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About The Book: You're new to Cubase SX 2 and you need to get up and running quickly. Cubase SX 2 CSi Starter is here to help. This interactive, tutorial CD-ROM allows you to work your way through a basic production from start to finish as you discover how easy it is to get down to the business of producing a song. Sit back and watch a DAW pro show you the ins and outs as you work through a multitude of movie tutorials.
The CSi MovieTutorial interface provides an easy-to-use and intuitive learning environment and includes a title bar that allows you to easily position it on your screen and smoothly switch between your DAW and CSi tutorials. CSi is a non-linear environment, so it's your call to check out what you want, when you want. Use the quizzing feature to test your newfound skills.
Author: Colin MacQueen
Includes 3 hours of movie tutorials
About The Author: Colin MacQueen is a musician, composer, technical writer, sound designer and virtual audio engineer. He has been involved with the music and video industries for years, both in production and as a live performer, as a Digidesign distributor in Spain and as an educator on digital audio-related topics.
Colin co-authored Pro Tools Power! and Digital Audio Dictionary and wrote and produced all the movie tutorials for the interactive CD-ROMs: "CSi Starter "Pro Tools LE", and "CSi Starter "Cubase SX2", and the IK Multimedia movie tutorials on "CSi volume 10". He was a contributing writer or editor on other CD-ROM volumes in the CSi series. In addition, he has served as an independent composer, producer and sound designer for many interactive CD-ROM titles. Colin is a freelance writer on digital audio topics and has taught digital audio courses at both the university level and at broadcast schools.