Hal Leonard Releases New Pro Tools 10 Tutorial
Posted by Michael Mueller on October 10, 2012 at 12:44 PM
Montclair, NJ (October 8, 2012) -- Hal Leonard Books, the musician's best source of books on the music business, audio technology, instrument history, and more, has published Power Tools for Pro Tools 10 ($39.99) by Glenn Lorbecki.
Power Tools for Pro Tools 10 provides a detailed look inside one of Avid's most exciting Pro Tools releases yet. Instructor, certified Pro Tools trainer, and award-winning producer/engineer Glenn Lorbecki will walk you through the best ways to get the most of out of Pro Tools 10. See and experience the new features incorporated in this powerful software offering, all the way from the new ways it handles data, memory, and gain functions to some seemingly small updates that make a huge difference in your productivity.
This focused and comprehensive guide provides excellent instruction in the newest Pro Tools 10 features; at the same time, it establishes a foundation of technical and creative protocol that will help beginning and intermediate users—as well as seasoned professionals—establish the most expedient work flow while recording, processing, and mixing the highest quality audio.
The accompanying DVD-ROM contains video and audio examples along with sessions files that powerfully support the text. The multitrack Pro Tools session contains full rhythm section and vocal tracks, professionally recorded and skillfully explained in the text and videos.
About the author:
Glenn Lorbecki is an award-winning producer/engineer, musician, composer, and educator. President of Glenn Sound Studios, Lorbecki has been in the recording business since the days of punk music and has produced or recorded projects for a broad range of clients, including Weezer, Green Day, Dave Matthews, Dizzy Gillespie, Tori Amos, Nintendo, Sony, Acura, Boeing, Microsoft, and many more. He is an instructor at the University of Washington, Seattle, and is director of studies at DIGIFY Media Training. He currently serves as secretary/treasurer of the Recording Academy Board of Trustees (a.k.a. Grammys).