Pro Tools Training

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We currently offer Pro Tools 101 & 110 courses to MSc students.

Pro Tools 101 Introduction to Pro Tools

Length

16 to 24 hours.

Overview

This course covers basic Pro Tools principles. It provides everything you need to complete a Pro Tools project-from initial set up to final mixdown. The course focuses on Pro Tools software and covers a multitude of new functions and feature enhancements. Whether your project involves recording live instruments, MIDI sequencing of software synthesizers, or audio editing or region looping, this course will give you the basic skills to succeed.

Audience

This course is designed for the audio enthusiast with little to no Pro Tools experience.

Prerequisites

  • Basic understanding of recording techniques, processes, and equipment.

Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Create your first session
  • Make your first audio recording
  • Import media into your session
  • Make your first MIDI recording
  • Select and navigate
  • Apply basic and mixed editing techniques
  • Finish your work
  • Create Music and Post hands-on projects

Pro Tools 110 Pro Tools Production I

Length

24-30 hours

Overview

This course provides a more detailed look at the Pro Tools system above and beyond the knowledge you gained in the Pro Tools 101 course. It covers all the key concepts and skills needed to operate a Pro Tools system at the User level. This course, along with the Pro Tools 101: An Introduction to Pro Tools, provides the foundation to Pro Tools User Certification and for the later 200-series of courses on Pro Tools music and post production.

Audience

  • Musicians
  • Audio Engineers
  • Sound Editors for Flim or Television

Prerequisites

Objectives

At the end of this course, you will be able to:

  • Configure your studio and session
  • Control Pro Tools using external controllers
  • Manage session data and media files
  • Record MIDI and audio, using loop recording and advanced techniques
  • Work with time scales and virtual instruments
  • Work with Avid Elastic Audio
  • Edit and quantize MIDI and audio
  • Use audio editing and file management techniques
  • Apply editing techniques such as the use of Clip Loops
  • Enable, play, view, and edit automation data
  • Mix using sends, returns, plug-ins, Master Faders, and groups

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