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Tracking instruments and vocals with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki

Label
Tracking instruments and vocals with Pro Tools
Title
Tracking instruments and vocals with Pro Tools
Statement of responsibility
Glenn Lorbecki
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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Lorbecki, Glenn
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
theses
Series statement
Quick pro guides
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Digital audio editors
Label
Tracking instruments and vocals with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • Recording an Individual Performer
  • Session Basics
  • Working with Session Templates
  • Building a Session from Scratch
  • Naming Tracks
  • Recording Live Performances
  • The Recording Process
  • Pro Tools Commands for Recording and Playback
  • Transport Controls
  • Playback Modes
  • ch. 1
  • Recording Modes
  • Using Record Modes
  • Additional Recording Tools
  • Practical Pro Tools
  • Recording to a Click---or Not
  • The Headphone Mix
  • Metering
  • Setting Levels
  • Recording with Dynamics Processing
  • Recording with EQ
  • Pro Tools Primer
  • Keeping Track of Tracking Sessions and Files
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 3
  • Review
  • ch. 4
  • The Recording Process
  • Tracking
  • Editing
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • What's New In Pro Tools?
  • Recording Tracks That Sound Good
  • Thinking Like a Tracking Engineer
  • Keeping an Eye on the Big Picture
  • Delivery Format
  • What Makes a Recording Sound Bad?
  • Calibrating Your Ears
  • Basic Tracking Tools
  • Microphones
  • Direct Boxes
  • Signal Chain
  • Digidesign Is Now AVID
  • Microphone Pre-Amplifiers
  • Compressor/Limiters
  • Equalizers
  • DAW
  • I/O
  • Monitor Speakers
  • Headphone Mixes for Performers
  • Effects Used in Tracking
  • Analog Processing
  • Digital Effects
  • New Pro Tools Audio Engine
  • ch. 4
  • Review
  • ch. 5
  • Recording in Pro Tools
  • Recording Instruments
  • Drums
  • Electric Bass
  • Acoustic Bass
  • Electric Guitar
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Aggregate I/O
  • Piano
  • Organ
  • Keyboards
  • Percussion
  • Other Stringed Instruments
  • Brass Instruments
  • Wind Instruments
  • Recording Unfamiliar Instruments
  • Advanced Techniques
  • Re-Amping
  • Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)
  • Using Multiple Tracks for Guitars
  • Using a Tuner in Pro Tools
  • Hitting the Red Button
  • Recording Vocals
  • Creating a Welcoming Creative Environment
  • Mic Selection
  • Headphones and the Art of Singing in Tune
  • Vocalist Signal Chain
  • Vocalist Headphone Mix
  • Keeping Track of Vocal Takes and Keepers
  • Recording and Mixing Options
  • Assembling and Editing Vocal Takes
  • Double-Tracking
  • Using Multiple Tracks for Lead Vocals
  • Self-Stacking BGVs
  • Group BGVs
  • To Tune or Not to Tune
  • Auto-Tune vs. Melodyne vs. Waves Tune
  • Editing Your Recording
  • Editing =- Making Choices
  • Recording Multiple Takes of a Song
  • Unified Installer
  • Editing Multiple Takes into a Master Take
  • Using Pro Tools Playlists
  • Comping with Playlists
  • Recording Overdubs and Punch-ins
  • Tracking Tips
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 5
  • Review
  • ch. 6
  • Signal Processing Tools
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Session Import/Export
  • Audio Suite Plug-ins
  • Working with Plug-in Inserts
  • RTAS: Real Time Audio Suite Plug-ins
  • TDM: Time-Division Multiplexing
  • Inserting Plug-ins
  • Viewing 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
  • The Pro Tools System
  • Side-Chain Effects
  • Processing Tools for Your Toolkit
  • Frequency Tools
  • EQ
  • Dynamic Range Control
  • Compression/Limiting
  • Multi-Band Compression
  • Expanders/Noise Gates
  • De-Essers
  • Pitch Tools
  • Software Overview
  • Pitch Change
  • Auto-Pitch Correction
  • Creative Use of Pitch Effects
  • Time-Based Effects
  • Phase-Reverse
  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Modulation Effects
  • Time Compression/Expansion, or TCE
  • Other Effects
  • Hardware Overview: Three Levels of Performance
  • Distortion
  • Panning
  • Other Tools and Plug-ins
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 6
  • Review
  • ch. 7
  • Closing Thoughts
  • Know Your Tools
  • Record Clean Tracks
  • Level 1
  • Experiment
  • Back Up Your Work!
  • Have an Opinion
  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
  • Rapport
  • Have Fun!
  • Pro Tools
  • Level 2
  • Pro Tools with Complete Production Toolkit (CPTK)
  • Level 3
  • Pro Tools HD
  • What Should You Bring to the Party?
  • Outboard Gear
  • iLok
  • System Calibration
  • Optimizing the Pro Tools Environment
  • System Usage Window
  • Playback Engine
  • Buffer Settings
  • Host Processors
  • CPU Usage Limit
  • Host Engine
  • How to Use This Book and Related DVD Materials
  • Delay Compensation Engine
  • DAE Playback Buffer
  • Cache Size
  • Plug-in Streaming Buffer
  • Apply Changes
  • Very Important Note!
  • Hardware Settings
  • Peripherals
  • Sample Rate
  • Clock Source
  • Terminology
  • 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
  • Video Content
  • ch. 1
  • Review
  • ch. 2
  • Building and Managing Your Virtual Studio
  • Accessing Pro Tools Menus
  • Edit Window Menus
  • Configuring a Virtual Mixer in Pro Tools
  • Tracks
  • Stereo Pan Depth
  • Groups
  • Session Data and Audio Files
  • Sub-Masters
  • Aux Sends/Returns
  • Inserts
  • Sends
  • Master Faders
  • Clearing Clipped Signal Indicators
  • Organizing Your Tracks
  • Edit Window Layout
  • Grid Settings
  • Nudge Settings
  • Additional Materials
  • Color Palette
  • Memory Locations/Markers
  • Window Configurations
  • Transport Window
  • Editing Operations
  • Play lists
  • Duplicating Tracks
  • Cleaning Tracks
  • Strip Silence
  • Noise Gates
  • Updates
  • Manual Editing
  • Mute Region vs. Delete Region
  • Consolidating Regions
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 2
  • Review
  • ch. 3
  • Preparing the Session
  • Pre-Production
  • Recording a Band---Pre-Session Checklist
Control code
ocn762768624
Dimensions
28 cm. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
xiii, 137 p.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781458400345
Lccn
2011047988
Other control number
884088566029
Other physical details
ill.
Sound
sound
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)762768624
Label
Tracking instruments and vocals with Pro Tools, Glenn Lorbecki
Publication
Note
Includes index
Accompanying material
1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • Recording an Individual Performer
  • Session Basics
  • Working with Session Templates
  • Building a Session from Scratch
  • Naming Tracks
  • Recording Live Performances
  • The Recording Process
  • Pro Tools Commands for Recording and Playback
  • Transport Controls
  • Playback Modes
  • ch. 1
  • Recording Modes
  • Using Record Modes
  • Additional Recording Tools
  • Practical Pro Tools
  • Recording to a Click---or Not
  • The Headphone Mix
  • Metering
  • Setting Levels
  • Recording with Dynamics Processing
  • Recording with EQ
  • Pro Tools Primer
  • Keeping Track of Tracking Sessions and Files
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 3
  • Review
  • ch. 4
  • The Recording Process
  • Tracking
  • Editing
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • What's New In Pro Tools?
  • Recording Tracks That Sound Good
  • Thinking Like a Tracking Engineer
  • Keeping an Eye on the Big Picture
  • Delivery Format
  • What Makes a Recording Sound Bad?
  • Calibrating Your Ears
  • Basic Tracking Tools
  • Microphones
  • Direct Boxes
  • Signal Chain
  • Digidesign Is Now AVID
  • Microphone Pre-Amplifiers
  • Compressor/Limiters
  • Equalizers
  • DAW
  • I/O
  • Monitor Speakers
  • Headphone Mixes for Performers
  • Effects Used in Tracking
  • Analog Processing
  • Digital Effects
  • New Pro Tools Audio Engine
  • ch. 4
  • Review
  • ch. 5
  • Recording in Pro Tools
  • Recording Instruments
  • Drums
  • Electric Bass
  • Acoustic Bass
  • Electric Guitar
  • Acoustic Guitar
  • Aggregate I/O
  • Piano
  • Organ
  • Keyboards
  • Percussion
  • Other Stringed Instruments
  • Brass Instruments
  • Wind Instruments
  • Recording Unfamiliar Instruments
  • Advanced Techniques
  • Re-Amping
  • Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)
  • Using Multiple Tracks for Guitars
  • Using a Tuner in Pro Tools
  • Hitting the Red Button
  • Recording Vocals
  • Creating a Welcoming Creative Environment
  • Mic Selection
  • Headphones and the Art of Singing in Tune
  • Vocalist Signal Chain
  • Vocalist Headphone Mix
  • Keeping Track of Vocal Takes and Keepers
  • Recording and Mixing Options
  • Assembling and Editing Vocal Takes
  • Double-Tracking
  • Using Multiple Tracks for Lead Vocals
  • Self-Stacking BGVs
  • Group BGVs
  • To Tune or Not to Tune
  • Auto-Tune vs. Melodyne vs. Waves Tune
  • Editing Your Recording
  • Editing =- Making Choices
  • Recording Multiple Takes of a Song
  • Unified Installer
  • Editing Multiple Takes into a Master Take
  • Using Pro Tools Playlists
  • Comping with Playlists
  • Recording Overdubs and Punch-ins
  • Tracking Tips
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 5
  • Review
  • ch. 6
  • Signal Processing Tools
  • Machine generated contents note:
  • Session Import/Export
  • Audio Suite Plug-ins
  • Working with Plug-in Inserts
  • RTAS: Real Time Audio Suite Plug-ins
  • TDM: Time-Division Multiplexing
  • Inserting Plug-ins
  • Viewing 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
  • The Pro Tools System
  • Side-Chain Effects
  • Processing Tools for Your Toolkit
  • Frequency Tools
  • EQ
  • Dynamic Range Control
  • Compression/Limiting
  • Multi-Band Compression
  • Expanders/Noise Gates
  • De-Essers
  • Pitch Tools
  • Software Overview
  • Pitch Change
  • Auto-Pitch Correction
  • Creative Use of Pitch Effects
  • Time-Based Effects
  • Phase-Reverse
  • Reverb
  • Delay
  • Modulation Effects
  • Time Compression/Expansion, or TCE
  • Other Effects
  • Hardware Overview: Three Levels of Performance
  • Distortion
  • Panning
  • Other Tools and Plug-ins
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 6
  • Review
  • ch. 7
  • Closing Thoughts
  • Know Your Tools
  • Record Clean Tracks
  • Level 1
  • Experiment
  • Back Up Your Work!
  • Have an Opinion
  • R.E.S.P.E.C.T.
  • Rapport
  • Have Fun!
  • Pro Tools
  • Level 2
  • Pro Tools with Complete Production Toolkit (CPTK)
  • Level 3
  • Pro Tools HD
  • What Should You Bring to the Party?
  • Outboard Gear
  • iLok
  • System Calibration
  • Optimizing the Pro Tools Environment
  • System Usage Window
  • Playback Engine
  • Buffer Settings
  • Host Processors
  • CPU Usage Limit
  • Host Engine
  • How to Use This Book and Related DVD Materials
  • Delay Compensation Engine
  • DAE Playback Buffer
  • Cache Size
  • Plug-in Streaming Buffer
  • Apply Changes
  • Very Important Note!
  • Hardware Settings
  • Peripherals
  • Sample Rate
  • Clock Source
  • Terminology
  • 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
  • Video Content
  • ch. 1
  • Review
  • ch. 2
  • Building and Managing Your Virtual Studio
  • Accessing Pro Tools Menus
  • Edit Window Menus
  • Configuring a Virtual Mixer in Pro Tools
  • Tracks
  • Stereo Pan Depth
  • Groups
  • Session Data and Audio Files
  • Sub-Masters
  • Aux Sends/Returns
  • Inserts
  • Sends
  • Master Faders
  • Clearing Clipped Signal Indicators
  • Organizing Your Tracks
  • Edit Window Layout
  • Grid Settings
  • Nudge Settings
  • Additional Materials
  • Color Palette
  • Memory Locations/Markers
  • Window Configurations
  • Transport Window
  • Editing Operations
  • Play lists
  • Duplicating Tracks
  • Cleaning Tracks
  • Strip Silence
  • Noise Gates
  • Updates
  • Manual Editing
  • Mute Region vs. Delete Region
  • Consolidating Regions
  • Summary of Key Commands
  • ch. 2
  • Review
  • ch. 3
  • Preparing the Session
  • Pre-Production
  • Recording a Band---Pre-Session Checklist
Control code
ocn762768624
Dimensions
28 cm. +
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. or 12 cm.
Extent
xiii, 137 p.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781458400345
Lccn
2011047988
Other control number
884088566029
Other physical details
ill.
Sound
sound
Specific material designation
optical disk
System control number
(OCoLC)762768624

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