ProTools - How to get started
April 8, 2008 03:18 | ProTools
Here is a quick video showing the basics of starting a protools project. I know I do not use ProTools in my seminars, but it is one of the most popular DAW's in professional studio. The local recording studio that I work at is one of the only ones in town that doesn't use ProTools. If you ever go to a recording school, this programs is the main part of their course. Enjoy the basics of opening up and setting up a project, I have been having a few questions about what software to use so I found this video.
Pro Tools LE Creating a New Session Lesson
I know that I just posted a blog about the mbox family. Since then there was a neat addition to the family.
About the size of a typical USB flash drive, Mbox 2 Micro offers high-quality 24-bit / 48 kHz sound, a 1/8-inch stereo output for headphone or speaker monitoring (no audio inputs*), and a convenient volume wheel, providing you with the freedom of true editing, sequencing, and mixing mobility. Whether you’re looking to work on studio-created or live sound Pro Tools sessions on the go, or create loop-based or virtual instrument-driven music, Mbox 2 Micro lets you work wherever inspiration takes you.
Mbox 2 Micro sports a slick yet rugged anodized aluminum casing that’s small enough to fit in any size pocket, making it the ultimate mobile Pro Tools® editing and mixing solution.
Ultra-portable, anodized aluminum design for on-the-go editing, mixing, and music creation
High-quality sound up to 24-bit, 48 kHz (higher sample rates require pre-conversion)
1/8-inch stereo output jack for headphone or speaker monitoring (no audio inputs*)
Convenient volume wheel for quick headphone adjustments
Powered by USB (USB 1.1 connection, includes USB extension cable)
ProTools being used by Steve Vai
May 4, 2007 10:32 | ProTools
Almost every recording studio I have been in uses ProTools as their DAW. Here's Steve Vai showing some of his favorite features of this popular recording software.