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Avid: Pro Tools - Production 1

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Code
PT11 110
Duration
Three days
Attendance
Full-time
Fees
£300 + VAT
Re-certification: £50 + VAT

Designed for audio engineers, musicians and sound editors working in film and television, this three-day course builds on knowledge acquired in Pro Tools 101.

Why study Avid: Pro Tools - Production 1 at Middlesex University?

During the course programme, you will delve into elastic audio, automation and managing session data, using groups and additional audio and MIDI techniques. By the end of this course, you will have a thorough grasp of how to operate Pro Tools in a home studio or semi-professional environment.

When taken with Pro Tools 11: An Introduction, this course provides the foundation for Pro Tools User Certification.

Course highlights

  • You'll receive tuition from certified trainers with in-depth industry knowledge
  • You'll have access to an individual work station equipped with Mac Pro
  • All course-related materials (including manual) are included
  • Avid Certified User examination at the end of the course.

What will you study on Avid: Pro Tools - Production 1?

This short course will cover the following areas:

  • Configuring your studio and session
  • Controlling Pro Tools using external controllers
  • Managing session data and media files
  • Using loop recording and advanced techniques to record MIDI and audio
  • Working with Time Scales and Virtual Instruments
  • Working with Avid Elastic Video
  • Editing and Quantising MIDI and audio
  • Using audio editing and file management techniques
  • Applying editing techniques (e.g. clip loops)
  • Enabling, playing, viewing and editing automation data
  • How to mix using sends, returns, plug-ins, master faders and groups.

To enrol on this course, you must have already completed Pro Tool 11: An Introduction.

For more information or to book your place, please email our Digital Media Workshop team.

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