Re: Pro Tools
- From: Zev Weiss <1amzave@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 10 Aug 2007 17:48:29 -0000
On Aug 10, 7:47 am, "Steve Freides" <st...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
"js" <NOS...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Here's whatcha do:
Go to Guitard Center and pick up one of the new DigidesignA/D
think the one input model is like $199 or less. You need this anyway
record any acoustic sounds.
With the digidesign purchase, you get a FREE copy of ProTools LE, a
down version of the original. There you go.
Or you can just go here:
Thank you and thanks to everyone else for their replies. My wife and I
don't need a fully-functioning home studio, just enough to be able to
get familiar with the things we're going to find in the College's
studio. The above sounds like a good way to get started.
Check out my band, West Eats Meat
My Homepage, Back By Popular Demand:http://www.jmsjazz.com
"I don't mean to sound bitter, cold, or cruel, but I am, so that's how
- Bill Hicks
"Steve Freides" <st...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
Although I'm a musician and a computer nerd, I've never done much
the two together. I do use Sibelius here for creating scores - very
nice, IMHO - but never been into MIDI much.
There is a program called Pro Tools they use at the community college
where both my wife and I teach part-time. I've be interested in
anyone's two-cents-worth on this subject - is it the industry
what are the alternatives, do the alternatives use compatible file
formats (I'd guess not), and especially if there's much difference in
running this software on a Mac or a PC running XP or Vista. One or
of us may get asked to teach the course in which they teach Pro Tools
(title is something like sound editing 101) and because of that, we'd
like to get some version of something relevant to this subject
on our computers at home. We both run XP PC's at the moment,
a new machine w/ Vista isn't out of the question, a Mac is too far
what else we do to make sense for us at this time unless it's really
important to this subject. I've been involved with recording a good
deal, just not lately - a decade or three ago, I owned a Tascam
4-track reel-to-reel deck w/ DBX noise reduction, and used to make
demo's for people, also did a lot of location recording of classical
music with a pair of omni mikes with good (good enough, anyway)
Thanks in advance.
Additionally, a good resource for further Pro Tools questions can be
found at duc.digidesign.com
(the Digidesign User Conference fora).
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