Pro Tools DVD Tutorial Released

ASK Video Pro Tools Level 1 is first in a three part series      14/11/06
Pro Tools DVD Tutorial Released


ASK Video Interactive Media has announced the availability of Pro Tools Level 1, a new DVD tutorial that covers the prevailing digital audio workstation for music, TV and film.
In this first of three tutorials, ASK Video has recruited Pro Tools expert Brian Hogue to cover the foundation needed to harness the power of the program. Based on Pro Tools 7, ASK say that Level 1 is ideal for new users of Pro Tools LE or HD, beginning with the setup and layout and the basics of recording.
Steve Kostrey, CEO of ASK Video told us, "Creating a DVD tutorial series for such a widely used program as Pro Tools was quite an ambitious task. With Brian's product and engineering experience leading the way, we have created a series accessible to any and all levels of Pro Tools user, from LE to HD and will help beginners and power users alike get the most from this industry-leading application."
Pro Tools Level 1 features 29 of the highest quality videos and includes more than 2 hours of instruction from Installation, Set-up, and Recording through MIDI, Editing, and Signal Flow and ending with Bussing, Automation, and Bouncing to Disk. An easy to use interface makes it easy to learn progressively or find topics quickly as a reference or refresher.
System Compatibility:
This product includes QuickTime 7.x Mac/PC which is required for video playback. DVD-Rom drive required. Minimum screen resolution 1024 x 768.
PC: Windows XP Home or Professional, Intel Pentium or AMD Athlon 800 MHz or faster, 256 MB RAM. Windows MME or DirectSound Sound Card.
MAC: Requires Mac OS X v10.2 or higher, Power Mac G4 867 MHz, 256 MB RAM, Sound Card.
Pricing and Availability:
Pro Tools Level 1 DVD Tutorial is available in November, 2006 for $55 USD. More information and video examples:
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