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Old 01-29-2018, 02:36 PM
Jazzooka Jazzooka is offline
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Default Getting up to speed with PT : written tutorials

Hi everybody!

This is my first post.

I am using other DAWs for about 20 years now, and lately I’ve subscribed to Protools to expand compatibility of my studio with others.
I have experience with audio and DAW concepts but with Protools I am an absolute newbie.

I was hoping to intuitively get to grips with it, but there are far too many basic commands that are different from other DAWs, I am pretty much stuck.

From what I see there are lots of video tutorials for Protools beginners.

You might call me oldschool but I prefer written tutorials, articles, books or other non-video material to learn about software.

Anyone might have tips where I can find such tutorials or which topics/articles/blogs etc... are great to get you started with PT?

Thanks for helping out

J
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