Cengage Course Tech. Book: Mastering Pro Tools Effects, Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools' Effects Processors, (1st Edition)
Cengage Course Tech.
Book: Mastering Pro Tools Effects, Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools' Effects Processors, (1st Edition)
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Mastering Pro Tools Effects, Getting the Most Out of Pro Tools' Effects Processors offers master-level lessons, tips, and advice on using the built-in plug-ins that come with Pro Tools. There are many books available on Pro Tools, but none that deal specifically with the effects processors and plug-ins and how to use them effectively. See the detailed descriptions about what each effect is and does, when each effect is typically used, and how to operate each effect, with tutorials on how to get the most out of the effects in audio productions.
This book explains comprehensive and detailed information and tutorials on using Pro Tools effects and processors, and provides the necessary skills to edit, mix, and master audio. It goes beyond a simple operational guide to explain not just the functions, but the philosophy behind using various processors.
About the Author
Jeremy Krug is currently serving as Recording Engineer for the Washington State University School of Music. He previously studied Music Performance as an undergraduate student at The Harid Conservatory in Boca Raton, FL and at the University of Colorado at Boulder where he also studied composition, electronic music, film, and radio production. Later, Jeremy studied Audio Engineering at the University of Colorado at Denver, served as sound designer for several productions with the National Theatre Conservatory, and also started his own location recording business serving schools, community ensembles, and individual artists in Colorado, Washington, and Idaho.
Table of Contents
1. Establishing a baseline 2. Fundamentals of recording 3. Compose, record, edit, mix, master 4. Translating between the creative & technical 5. Equalizers 6. Dynamics Processors 7. Reverberation 8. Pitch Shift Plug-ins 9. Delay Plug-in 10. Modulation Plug-ins 11. Harmonic Plug-ins 12. Instrument Plug-ins 13. Other Plug-ins 14. Closing thoughts