Pro Tools for Video, Film, and Multimedia

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Cengage Learning, 2003 - Computers - 290 pages
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This books serves as a blueprint for the process of taking an audio-for-video project through all the phases of its creation. Gain an understanding of how Pro Tools works and why certain technical information and skill in Pro Tools is absolutely necessary in multimedia projects. Music engineers, video editors, Internet programmers, and musicians will all find this book a necessary tool to their post-production audio and video work. Covers Project Workflow, Synchronization, Pro Tools Hardware, Creating Sound Effects, Editing to Picture, and Delivery of Master Recordings. This specialized guide is a perfect companion book to Muska & Lipman's successful "Pro Tools Power!" book, ISBN: 1-929685-57-2.
  

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Checking quickly through the book, I found some prejudices and erroneous info. First off the discussion between Drop-frame and non-drop frame. I haven't read what the author does for a living, but I sound edit in feature films and some TV and documentaries, and non-drop frame is almost always used. Especially if it was shot on 35mm. Suggesting drop-frame is only for small projects is ridiculous. So this reveals the limited knowledge of the writer. I won't be buying the book. 

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Ashley Shepherd is a gold and platinum award-winning producer, engineer, and musician with more than 20 years of experience ranging from recording, mixing, and mastering to production, software development, and technical writing. His credits include Blessid Union of Souls, Carole King, Pokemon: The Movie, NASCAR, NFL, Oprah, Everybody Loves Raymond, Seinfeld, Puma, Procter & Gamble, Woolrich Clothing, and many more. As a technical author, he has written PRO TOOLS FOR VIDEO, FILM, AND MULTIMEDIA and PLUG-IN POWER!:THE COMPREHENSIVE DSP GUIDE, and he writes manuals for Steinberg, Endless Analog, and IOSONO. At his studio, www.audiogrotto.com, he continues to produce and mix new music (Bad Veins) and create sound design for film and television while providing support and installation of Endless Analog's CLASP systems for clients ranging from Peter Frampton to Oliver Leiber.

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