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Old 02-23-2010, 06:43 PM
GoltzFace GoltzFace is offline
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Question Classes for Pro Tools and Similar Programs?

Sup to all and I"m very glad to have found this community! I have recently purchased Protools 8 LE a Used Korg Triton LE, and an Mbox 2, Mac Book Pro. Been working with protools for a few months with success and fustration lol. My question is are there any classes available either for Mac users in general or for people such as myself with a strong interest in producing without having to go to a college? Been researching and found a guy that has private sessions with clients for $85.00 an hr!!!!! I was like and was wondering if such a service or education exists. Protools is quite amazing yet much less user friendly IMO compared to other programs. I"m determined to learn and master Protools and need some guidance.....
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Old 02-23-2010, 07:18 PM
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Default Re: Classes for Pro Tools and Similar Programs?

there are some on-line classes for Pro Tools but I don't know any specific ones

I know here in LA there are workshop type classes offered like a week long or 4 to 6 weekends.
I'm sure most decent sized towns have something similar
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Old 02-24-2010, 10:42 AM
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Default Re: Classes for Pro Tools and Similar Programs?

There are some great videos on youtube and other sites that'll teach you almost everything you need to know. Also, I'd go to Barnes and Noble and pickup the Ignite series of books. They have them for PT, Reason, Reaper, etc. Amazing and cheap.
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