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ASK Video Completes Comprehensive Pro Tools Training Course

June 1, 2007
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ASK Video Interactive Media, a leading creator of software tutorials on DVD, is now shipping Pro Tools Level 3, completing a three-part comprehensive DVD training course on the most widely utilized Digital Audio Workstation for music production today.

Pro Tools expert Brian Hogue returns for the final installment of this trilogy in more than 2 hours of high-quality video instruction on advanced Pro Tools features and techniques. The DVD contains 27 chapters and an intuitive interface that makes it a great learning tool and reference source for users of any level, from Pro Tools LE to Pro Tools HD.

"If you're involved in music production on any level, chances are you will come in contact with Pro Tools in one form or another," states Steve Kostrey, President of ASK Video. "From the home studio using LE, to the professional using HD, our three-part DVD training course is designed to help anyone get faster at, and get more from Pro Tools than other training methods."

Pro Tools Level 3 contains a Mac OS X & Windows compatible DVD-Rom, DVD (NTSC) and DVD (PAL) all in one package and rounds out the users knowledge of Pro Tools by building on concepts covered in the Level 1 and Level 2 DVDs. Here, Hogue covers such advanced topics as Automation, Hardware Inserts, Surround Concepts, Mastering, Dithering, Control Surfaces, Video, Archiving and more.

System Compatibility:
- This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. DVD-Rom drive required. Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768.
- PC: Windows XP Home or Professional, Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or faster, 256 MB RAM. Windows MME or DirectSound Sound Card.
- MAC: Requires Mac OS X v10.2 or higher, Power Mac G4 867 MHz, 256 MB RAM, Sound Card.

Pricing and Availability:
Pro Tools Level 3 DVD Tutorial is available now for $55 USD. Any two levels are available as a bundle for $100 USD, and all three levels are available as a bundle for $150 USD.

Ordering information and video examples are available at www.askvideo.com.

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