Hal Leonard Books is now shipping The Power in Digital Performer, described as a guide to help those who are new to Digital Performer get up to speed quickly.
A spokesperson told Sonic State, "Author David E. Roberts has been directly involved with the development of this incredibly powerful and innovative DAW software since 1993 – he is also responsible for artist/VIP support at MOTU and has been training new users for the past 20 years. Considering Roberts' depth of understanding and insightful experience, this Quick Pro Guide offers a uniquely succinct path to understanding and eventually mastering Digital Performer.
This is the first book to look under the hood of Digital Performer 8 - the first version of the program manufactured for both Mac and Windows OS. In fact, this is arguably the most up-to-date and insightful guide available focused specifically on Digital Performer.The Power in Digital Performer provides concise, easy-to-understand, and practical text combined with instructive screenshots. An accompanying DVD-ROM provides extremely powerful and supportive video tutorials featuring Magic Dave Roberts doing what he does best: revealing the insider tips and tricks that have kept Digital Performer at the forefront of DAW technology since its inception."
About the Author
David E. Roberts has lectured at Berklee College of Music, Middle Tennessee State University, University of Colorado, and Massachusetts College of Art, plus he has been a featured speaker at Macworld Expo. He has also been a presenter at numerous trade shows,including NAMM, NAB, and Frankfurt Musikmesse. He continues to work with local and international artists and is currently running the recording studio for legendary music producer Al Kooper. Since 1993, Roberts has been a product specialist for MOTU's hardware and software products, including Digital Performer. With an instrumental background (playing bass and guitar since age 12), influence from his mother who is a writer and teacher, and his extensive experience building and running studios throughout the '80s, Roberts is a uniquely qualified author, especially on the topic of all things Digital Performer. He lives in Boston.
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