Hal Leonard Books, the musician‚s best source of books on the music business, audio technology, instrument history, and more, is now shipping Mixing and Mastering with Pro Tools ($16.99) by Glenn Lorbecki. This book is part of Hal Leonard's Quick Pro Guides series and is designed to be a companion guide to help readers get the most from their software.
Pro Tools is in virtually every top-rated studio in the world, and whether you're new to Pro Tools or an experienced user, you will find Avid‚s latest release of PT to be a powerful production workstation. In Mixing & Mastering with Pro Tools, multiplatinum engineer/producer and certified Pro Tools trainer Glenn Lorbecki shows you, step by step, how to achieve your best mixes using Avid's award-winning software. This focused guide will unlock the full potential of Pro Tools as a professional mixing and mastering platform.
Avid's relatively recent move to open the Pro Tools software platform to third-party interfaces has given the user numerous new options, making Pro Tool's renowned recording platform available for Mac and PC systems–not just Avid hardware. Given Pro Tools‚ high-tech enhancements in connectivity, functionality, and session portability, users need a practical guide to get up and running quickly and efficiently. This Quick Pro Guide cuts to the chase and gives you the best of Pro Tools at your fingertips, with plenty of sessions, audio examples, and video assistance to guide you along the way.
QUICK PRO GUIDES
If you want to quickly start implementing professional techniques into your audio recordings and productions, the Hal Leonard Books Quick Pro Guides are designed for you. These straightforward, task-driven, and easy ˆto-understand books cover music industry topics in a way that gets to the point and helps maximize your creative and technical accomplishments. The Quick Pro Guides are efficient and accessible, and the included DVD-ROM provides audio and video demonstrations of key Quick Pro topics.
About the Author:
Glenn Lorbecki is an award-winning producer/engineer, musician, and composer. President of Glenn Sound studios, he has been in the recording business since music was recorded on rusty plastic film. Lorbecki teaches at the University of Washington and is director of studies at MediaLab/Seattle. He currently serves as secretary/treasurer of the Recording Academy Board of Trustees (a.k.a. NARAS, the Grammy People).