Pro Tools 10 Ignite!: The Visual Guide for New Users Paperback – Nov 29 2011
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Introduction. 1. Welcome to Pro Tools 10. 2. Getting Around in Pro Tools. 3. Getting Started with Audio. 4. Recording Audio. 5. Editing. 6. ...And More Editing. 7. Using MIDI. 8. Basic Mixing. 9. Finishing Touches. 10. Moving to the Next Level: Tips and Tricks. Index.
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Andrew Hagerman, who began his musical life as an aspiring tubist at the age of eight, studied at the prestigious Northwestern University in Chicago. During that period, Hagerman recognized the usefulness of computer music technologies, then in their infancy. Hagerman mastered these technological tools of the trade as they were being invented and refined, and his quest for the best in audio and music technology ultimately brought him to use and teach Avid's Pro Tools. As a performer, Hagerman has played in numerous ensembles of all types, including many years at Disneyland, Walt Disney World, and Tokyo Disneyland. As a composer, he has been active in the creation of planetarium and science-center soundtracks, and his work can be heard worldwide. Hagerman has also worked as the Associate Course Director of Advanced Audio Workstations at Full Sail Real World Education in Winter Park, Florida, and currently heads up Avid's training and certification program for the Asia/Pacific region.
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While not quite as slick as the Avid Pro Tools 101 course book (i.e. the pictures are in black and white instead of color), it does offer two very strong advantages. 1. It is loaded with pictures which clearly illustrate the complex user interface of Pro Tools as it explains what to click or what menu to use - handy if you are a visual learner like I am. 2. The extra large format of the book, which easily opens flat, makes it easy to read with no eye strain. (Interesting - the published specifications of the book say that it is the same size as Pro Tools 101, but I have both books and it is quite a bit larger in format).
In summary, it is a good alternative, or better yet, complement, to the Avid Pro Tools 101 -- An Introduction to Pro Tools 10.