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Mixing and mastering with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki

Label
Mixing and mastering with Pro Tools
Title
Mixing and mastering with Pro Tools
Statement of responsibility
Glenn Lorbecki
Title variation
Mixing & mastering with Pro Tools
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Lorbecki, Glenn
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Quick pro guides
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Digital audio editors
Label
Mixing and mastering with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
What's New in Pro Tools? -- Digidesign Is Now AVID -- New Pro Tools Audio Engine -- Aggregate I/O -- Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC) -- Mixing and Recording Options -- Unified Installer -- Session Import/Export -- What Should You Bring to the Party? -- How to Use This Book and Related DVD Materials -- Video -- Session Data and Audio Files -- Additional Materials -- Updates -- ch. 1 What Makes a Good Mix? -- Do Not Confuse a Good Mix with a "Good Song" -- A Great Song vs. a Great Mix -- What Makes a Bad Mix? -- Think Like a Mixer vs. a Tracking Engineer -- Basic Mixing Tools -- Volume-Based Tools -- Time-Based Tools -- Spatial Effects -- Analog vs. Digital Workflow -- Creative Language vs. Technical Language -- Studio Basics: Control Room Environment/Acoustics -- Pro Studios -- Project Studios -- Home Studios -- Equipment -- Computers -- Audio Hard Drives -- Mixing Consoles -- Outboard Hardware Processing -- Control Surfaces -- Monitoring -- Listening Styles -- Format Information -- ch. 1 Review -- ch. 2 The Pro Tools System -- Software Overview -- Hardware Overview: Three Modes -- 1. Pro Tools -- 2. Pro Tools with Complete Production Toolkit 2 (CPTK) -- 3. Pro Tools HD -- Outboard Gear -- iLok -- System Calibration -- Optimizing the Pro Tools Environment -- System Usage Window -- Playback Engine -- Buffer Settings -- Host Processors -- CPU Usage Limit -- Host Engine -- Delay Compensation Engine -- DAE Playback Buffer -- Cache Size -- Plug-in Streaming Buffer -- Apply Changes -- Very Important Note! -- Hardware Settings -- Peripherals -- Sample Rate -- Clock Source -- Optical Format -- Launch Setup App -- Disk Allocation -- I/O Settings -- Handy Pro Tools Functions -- Edit Modes -- Edit Tools -- Pro Tools Conventions -- Key Commands -- Keyboard Focus -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 2 Review -- ch. 3 Managing Your Virtual Studio -- Configuring a Virtual Mixer in Pro Tools -- Tracks -- Stereo Pan Depth -- Groups -- Sub-Masters -- Aux Sends/Returns -- Inserts -- Sends -- Master Faders -- Clearing Clipped Signal Indicators -- Dither -- Turning up the HEAT---Harmonically Enhanced Algorithm Technology -- Organizing Your Tracks -- Edit Window Layout -- Grid Settings -- Nudge Settings -- Color Palette -- Memory Locations/Markers -- Window Configurations -- Transport Window -- Editing Operations -- Playlists -- Duplicating Tracks -- Cleaning Tracks -- Strip Silence -- Noise Gates -- Manual Editing -- Mute Region vs. Cut and Remove -- Consolidating Regions -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 3 Review -- ch. 4 Mixing Tools -- Audio Suite Plug-ins -- Working with Plug-in Inserts -- RTAS---Real Time Audio Suite -- TDM---Time Division Multiplexing -- Inserting a Plug-in on Your Track -- To View Multiple Plug-in Windows -- Plug-in Manipulation -- Copying Plug-in Settings -- The Secret of the Right Mouse-Click -- Printing Tracks with Real-Time Plug-in Effects -- Side-Chain Effects -- Processing Tools for Your Toolkit -- Frequency Tools -- EQ -- Harmonic Enhancement -- Dynamic Range Control -- Compression/Limiting -- Multi-Band Compression -- Expanders/Noise Gates -- De-Essers -- Pitch Tools -- Pitch Change -- Pitch Correction -- Creative Use of Pitch Effects -- Time-Based Effects -- Phase-Reverse -- Reverb -- Delay -- Modulation Effects -- Time Compression/Expansion, or TC/E -- Other Effects -- Distortion -- Other Tools and Plug-ins -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 4 Review -- ch. 5 Understanding Automation -- Quick-Start Guide to Automation -- Track Parameters That Can Be Automated -- Audio Track Parameters -- Auxiliary Input Track Parameters -- Master Fader Parameters -- MIDI Track Parameters -- Instrument Track Parameters -- Recording Real-Time Automation -- Automation Modes -- Enabling Automation -- Performing an Automation Pass -- Plug-in Automation -- Auto Safe Mode -- Viewing and Editing Automation Data -- Thinning Automation -- Strategies for Automating Your Mix -- Working with Control Surfaces -- A VID C EuCon -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 5 Review -- ch. 6 The Art and Science of the Mix -- The Weakest Link---Recording Quality vs. Final Results -- Musical Styles/Genres -- Editing for Content -- Mixing "In the Box" vs. Mixing on a Console -- Tracksheets/Documentation -- Keeping Track of Mix Sessions and Mix Files -- Naming Conventions -- Data Management -- Keep an Eye on the Final Delivery Medium -- P&E DAW Session Guidelines Document -- P&E Master Delivery Document -- P&E Wing -- Basic Approaches to Mixing -- Building a House (of Rock) -- Drums -- Bass -- Guitar (GTR) -- Keyboard Tracks -- Other Instruments -- Vocals -- Sculpting a Mix -- Technical Aspects -- Dynamic Range -- Gain Structure -- Frequency Response -- Metering -- Mixing to a Digital File -- Mixing Summary -- Preparing Your Tracks for Mastering -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 6 Review -- ch. 7 Mastering Overview -- What Does a Mastering Engineer Do? -- When Do You Need Mastering? -- You Should Have Your Music Mastered If -- Should You Master Your Own Mixes? -- Thinking Like a Mastering Engineer vs. a Mixing Engineer -- Basic Mastering Tools -- Volume-Based Effects -- Time-Based Effects -- Reconstructive Tools -- Mastering in Pro Tools -- What You Can Do In Pro Tools -- What You Can't Do in Pro Tools -- Pro Tools in the Mastering Suite -- DIY Mastering in Pro Tools -- Building a Mastering Session -- Assembling Tracks -- Monitoring -- Signal Chain -- Using Level Automation -- Dynamic Range Control -- Parallel Compression -- Serial Compression -- Using More Than One Compressor on a Track -- Multi-Band Compression -- Restorative Use of Multi-Band Compression -- EQ -- Create a Master Fader -- Create A Pre- and Post-Processing Monitor Bus -- Overall Level Optimization -- The Level Wars -- Checklist Before Printing Final Bounces -- Bouncing Your Mastered Files -- Creating the Final Master CD -- Documentation -- Delivering a Master for Duplication -- Delivering a Master for Online Distribution -- Backup vs. Long-Term Archival of Your Data -- Mastering Summary -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 7 Review -- In Closing -- Frequency Chart
Control code
ocn741416606
Dimensions
28 cm. +
Dimensions
other
Extent
xv, 135 p.
Isbn
9781458400338
Lccn
2011029771
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
ill.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)741416606
Video recording format
DVD
Label
Mixing and mastering with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Configuration of playback channels
unknown
Contents
What's New in Pro Tools? -- Digidesign Is Now AVID -- New Pro Tools Audio Engine -- Aggregate I/O -- Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC) -- Mixing and Recording Options -- Unified Installer -- Session Import/Export -- What Should You Bring to the Party? -- How to Use This Book and Related DVD Materials -- Video -- Session Data and Audio Files -- Additional Materials -- Updates -- ch. 1 What Makes a Good Mix? -- Do Not Confuse a Good Mix with a "Good Song" -- A Great Song vs. a Great Mix -- What Makes a Bad Mix? -- Think Like a Mixer vs. a Tracking Engineer -- Basic Mixing Tools -- Volume-Based Tools -- Time-Based Tools -- Spatial Effects -- Analog vs. Digital Workflow -- Creative Language vs. Technical Language -- Studio Basics: Control Room Environment/Acoustics -- Pro Studios -- Project Studios -- Home Studios -- Equipment -- Computers -- Audio Hard Drives -- Mixing Consoles -- Outboard Hardware Processing -- Control Surfaces -- Monitoring -- Listening Styles -- Format Information -- ch. 1 Review -- ch. 2 The Pro Tools System -- Software Overview -- Hardware Overview: Three Modes -- 1. Pro Tools -- 2. Pro Tools with Complete Production Toolkit 2 (CPTK) -- 3. Pro Tools HD -- Outboard Gear -- iLok -- System Calibration -- Optimizing the Pro Tools Environment -- System Usage Window -- Playback Engine -- Buffer Settings -- Host Processors -- CPU Usage Limit -- Host Engine -- Delay Compensation Engine -- DAE Playback Buffer -- Cache Size -- Plug-in Streaming Buffer -- Apply Changes -- Very Important Note! -- Hardware Settings -- Peripherals -- Sample Rate -- Clock Source -- Optical Format -- Launch Setup App -- Disk Allocation -- I/O Settings -- Handy Pro Tools Functions -- Edit Modes -- Edit Tools -- Pro Tools Conventions -- Key Commands -- Keyboard Focus -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 2 Review -- ch. 3 Managing Your Virtual Studio -- Configuring a Virtual Mixer in Pro Tools -- Tracks -- Stereo Pan Depth -- Groups -- Sub-Masters -- Aux Sends/Returns -- Inserts -- Sends -- Master Faders -- Clearing Clipped Signal Indicators -- Dither -- Turning up the HEAT---Harmonically Enhanced Algorithm Technology -- Organizing Your Tracks -- Edit Window Layout -- Grid Settings -- Nudge Settings -- Color Palette -- Memory Locations/Markers -- Window Configurations -- Transport Window -- Editing Operations -- Playlists -- Duplicating Tracks -- Cleaning Tracks -- Strip Silence -- Noise Gates -- Manual Editing -- Mute Region vs. Cut and Remove -- Consolidating Regions -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 3 Review -- ch. 4 Mixing Tools -- Audio Suite Plug-ins -- Working with Plug-in Inserts -- RTAS---Real Time Audio Suite -- TDM---Time Division Multiplexing -- Inserting a Plug-in on Your Track -- To View Multiple Plug-in Windows -- Plug-in Manipulation -- Copying Plug-in Settings -- The Secret of the Right Mouse-Click -- Printing Tracks with Real-Time Plug-in Effects -- Side-Chain Effects -- Processing Tools for Your Toolkit -- Frequency Tools -- EQ -- Harmonic Enhancement -- Dynamic Range Control -- Compression/Limiting -- Multi-Band Compression -- Expanders/Noise Gates -- De-Essers -- Pitch Tools -- Pitch Change -- Pitch Correction -- Creative Use of Pitch Effects -- Time-Based Effects -- Phase-Reverse -- Reverb -- Delay -- Modulation Effects -- Time Compression/Expansion, or TC/E -- Other Effects -- Distortion -- Other Tools and Plug-ins -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 4 Review -- ch. 5 Understanding Automation -- Quick-Start Guide to Automation -- Track Parameters That Can Be Automated -- Audio Track Parameters -- Auxiliary Input Track Parameters -- Master Fader Parameters -- MIDI Track Parameters -- Instrument Track Parameters -- Recording Real-Time Automation -- Automation Modes -- Enabling Automation -- Performing an Automation Pass -- Plug-in Automation -- Auto Safe Mode -- Viewing and Editing Automation Data -- Thinning Automation -- Strategies for Automating Your Mix -- Working with Control Surfaces -- A VID C EuCon -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 5 Review -- ch. 6 The Art and Science of the Mix -- The Weakest Link---Recording Quality vs. Final Results -- Musical Styles/Genres -- Editing for Content -- Mixing "In the Box" vs. Mixing on a Console -- Tracksheets/Documentation -- Keeping Track of Mix Sessions and Mix Files -- Naming Conventions -- Data Management -- Keep an Eye on the Final Delivery Medium -- P&E DAW Session Guidelines Document -- P&E Master Delivery Document -- P&E Wing -- Basic Approaches to Mixing -- Building a House (of Rock) -- Drums -- Bass -- Guitar (GTR) -- Keyboard Tracks -- Other Instruments -- Vocals -- Sculpting a Mix -- Technical Aspects -- Dynamic Range -- Gain Structure -- Frequency Response -- Metering -- Mixing to a Digital File -- Mixing Summary -- Preparing Your Tracks for Mastering -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 6 Review -- ch. 7 Mastering Overview -- What Does a Mastering Engineer Do? -- When Do You Need Mastering? -- You Should Have Your Music Mastered If -- Should You Master Your Own Mixes? -- Thinking Like a Mastering Engineer vs. a Mixing Engineer -- Basic Mastering Tools -- Volume-Based Effects -- Time-Based Effects -- Reconstructive Tools -- Mastering in Pro Tools -- What You Can Do In Pro Tools -- What You Can't Do in Pro Tools -- Pro Tools in the Mastering Suite -- DIY Mastering in Pro Tools -- Building a Mastering Session -- Assembling Tracks -- Monitoring -- Signal Chain -- Using Level Automation -- Dynamic Range Control -- Parallel Compression -- Serial Compression -- Using More Than One Compressor on a Track -- Multi-Band Compression -- Restorative Use of Multi-Band Compression -- EQ -- Create a Master Fader -- Create A Pre- and Post-Processing Monitor Bus -- Overall Level Optimization -- The Level Wars -- Checklist Before Printing Final Bounces -- Bouncing Your Mastered Files -- Creating the Final Master CD -- Documentation -- Delivering a Master for Duplication -- Delivering a Master for Online Distribution -- Backup vs. Long-Term Archival of Your Data -- Mastering Summary -- Summary of Key Commands -- ch. 7 Review -- In Closing -- Frequency Chart
Control code
ocn741416606
Dimensions
28 cm. +
Dimensions
other
Extent
xv, 135 p.
Isbn
9781458400338
Lccn
2011029771
Medium for sound
videodisc
Other physical details
ill.
Sound on medium or separate
sound on medium
Specific material designation
videodisc
System control number
(OCoLC)741416606
Video recording format
DVD

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