With Record 1.5 Propellerhead Software has added full-featured professional audio recording to their suite of music production software. And we at macProVideo.com ...
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With Record 1.5 Propellerhead Software has added full-featured professional audio recording to their suite of music production software. And we at macProVideo.com are excited to introduce you to G.W. Childs IV who will show you all the potential power locked up inside this awesome new DAW! The name says it all: â€œRecordâ€ is a full featured audio/midi recording software package designed for the recording musician. It has unlimited tracks, a powerful mixer modeled after the SSL 9000K with FX, EQ and dynamics processing on every track. And if you own Reason, you can also access every synth and effect in Reasonâ€™s rack! The sonic possibilities are, well, astounding! macProVideo.com is excited to bring you G.W. Childs IV, a Reason & Record power-user, to introduce you to the potential power locked up inside this awesome new DAW! From basic set-up techniques to audio Time Stretching and Blocks, G.W. gets you started recording and producing your ideas into final tracks with Record! G.W is a music industry heavy-weight whose credits as a sound designer include Lucas Films, remixes for James Brown & Razed in Black, and other productions that span the musical spectrum. He comes to macProVideo.com directly via our friends at Propellerhead Software (the developers of Reason and Record) who personally recommended G.W. as the man in the know when it comes to Record! Now with Record every musician has the essential tools required to produce music that sounds like it was recorded and mixed by a big studio engineer. So join G.W. Childs as he shows us how to harness the power of Record to turn our tracks into solid platinum! 01. Understanding what Record Is 02. Setting up your Audio Device 03. Setting up your MIDI Controller 04. Setting up a Template 05. Tips for using Multiple MIDI Devices 06. Changing the Location of your Scratch Disk 07. Navigating the Three Main Windows Of Record 08. Understanding the Main Mixer Window 09. Understanding the Sequencer Window 10. Understanding the Rack Window 11. The Transport 12. The Tool Window 13. Regroove Mixer 14. Setting up your Click Track 15. Using the Guitar Tuner 16. Record an Audio Track 17. Setting up an Insert Effect 18. Record a MIDI Track 19. Applying Quantization to a MIDI Track 20. Recording a Guitar, Recommended Steps 21. Recording a Bass, Recommended Steps 22. Recording Vocals, Recommended Steps 23. How Time Stretching Works 24. Editing Audio Tracks 25. Working with Lanes 26. Working with Blocks 27. Using Comp Mode 28. Using Automation with Audio Tracks 29. Using Neptune as a Pitch Correction Insert 30. Controlling Neptune with a MIDI Controller 31. Editing MIDI Tracks 32. Using Snap To Edit MIDI and Audio Tracks 33. Converting a Song to Blocks 34. Understanding the Input Section 35. Setting Up a Compressor, why you need it 36. Setting Up your Gate, why you need it 37. Working with the EQ Section 38. Setting Up Master Section Insert FX 39. Setting up FX Sends, why you need them 40. Export Song as Audio File
Size: 1.01 GB
Price: 0,00 €
Day of release: 0000-00-0