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VTC Digital Home Recording Studio Training CD



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VTC Digital Home Recording Studio Training CD
This Virtual Training Company tutorial teaches you the
fundamentals needed for turning your computer into a
digital recording studio. Author Jonathan Abrams teaches
you using guitars, keyboards, mics, samplers, and a DJ
turntable system, along with various software applications.
He informs you of all the necessary hardware and how to
set it up, as well as necessary software. He will then guide
you through the steps of recording, editing, and
mixing, all right from your own home computer.
Tutorials covered by this CD:
Introduction
What is Digital Recording?
About This CD
Hardware
System Hardware
Music Hardware
Software
Chapter Intro
Audio Desk
Peak
T-Racks
Adaptec Toast
Exploring Audio Desk
Chapter Intro
Windows & Menus (part 1)
Windows & Menus (part 2)
Clippings Window
Recording
Chapter Intro
Soundcard
Recording First Track
Overdubbing 1
Overdubbing 2
Trick 1
Trick 2
Trick 3
Editing
Chapter Intro
Cut/Paste
Copy/Paste
Merge
Crossfades 1
Crossfades 2
Other Features
Mixing (part 1)
Chapter Intro
Setting Levels
Volume Automation: Real Time
Volume Automation: Graphic Editor
Panning Automation: Real Time
Panning Automation: Graphic Editor
Multiple Mixes
Change Automation Data
Mixing (part 2)
Chapter Intro
Reverb
Compression
Phaser
Flanger
Delay
Tremelo
Chorus
Equalization
Multiple Effects
Sends & Buses
Trick 1
Trick 2 (part a)
Trick 3 (part b)
Mixing (part 3)
Finishing The Mix
Create Stereo Master
Export Master
Mastering
T-Racks Software
Peak Software
Final Output
Burning a CD
Other Options
Start To Finish
Chapter Intro
Project A: Recording
Project A: Recording
Project A: Mixing
Project A: Mixing
Project A: Mastering
Project A: Mastering
Project A: Burn CD
Case Study
Chapter Intro
Project B: "Canada"
Project C: "Reno" (part 1)
Project C: "Reno" (part 2)
Drum Loops
Chapter Intro
Audio CD's
Acid Software (no voice)
Project D: sound design

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