Pro Tools Clinic Has The Cure!
We think that Mitch Gallagher's Pro Tools Clinic: Demystifying LE for Macintosh and Windows is the best Pro Tools LE book available, period. We also know that Mitch is one of the foremost experts on pro audio and music technology - as well as one of the best writers on the topic out there. In fact, when we recently had the chance to hire him as Editorial Director to head up our publications, we jumped at it.
But now we face a dilemma. Since Mitch works here, you might think we're simply flattering him by featuring his book here at Sweetwater. But nothing could be farther from the truth. We'll repeat: This is simply the best Pro Tools book out there.
With no prior knowledge whatsoever, you'll learn the ins and outs of music production in Pro Tools LE. Mitch generously gives you the benefit of his 25 years in the music business as a studio musician, recording engineer, and music technology expert. You'll appreciate his clear and straightforward writing (honed during his years as editor/writer for Keyboard and EQ magazines) and the 700-plus screenshots, tutorials, and real-world audio examples he provides. These aren't just "listen-to this" examples, these are real tracks that you'll be working on along with Mitch, learning Pro Tools in easy step-by-step fashion.
With Mitch Gallagher as your mentor, all you have to do is sit down at your DAW with Pro Tools Clinic and begin - by the time you finish, you'll know how to record, edit, and mix music professionally in Pro Tools LE.Pro Tools Clinic Features:
- Rather than simply describing Pro Tools features, this book provides examples and tutorials designed to get the reader recording, editing, and mixing music right away.
- Includes a CD-ROM of audio examples and lessons.
- Contains over 700 photos with screen shots.
- 217 pages
About the Author:
Mitch Gallagher, previous Editor of EQ magazine, and now Editorial Director for Sweetwater, began working in music professionally 25 years ago. His background includes a degree in music, as well as extensive graduate studies in electronic music composition and classical guitar. An author, teacher, touring and studio musician, recording engineer, project studio/multimedia production company owner, studio consultant/technology expert, and award-winning composer, he hosted hundreds of studio recording, live sound, and MIDI seminars and classes prior to being named Senior Technical Editor of Keyboard magazine in 1998. In January 2000, Mitch assumed the Editor's chair at EQ magazine.