Pro Tools 10: Exploring MIDI

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MIDI is the virtual heartbeat of every DAW. Explore MIDI in Pro Tools 10 in these AVID Learning Partner tutorial-videos with Pro Tools Certified Trainer Mike Watkinson... Table of Content 01. Introduction 02. MIDI Quick Start 1: getting an idea down 03. MIDI Quick Start 2: editing and templates 04. MIDI Basics 05. MIDI in Pro Tools 06. Creating MIDI compatible tracks 07. Timebases: Samples vs. Ticks 08. Timebase Rulers and Conductor Rulers 09. Section 1 Review 10. Setting up for MIDI recording 11. Enabling Input Devices and MIDI Thru 12. Checking MIDI Ins and Outs 13. Using Tap Tempo 14. Setting the Default Tempo 15. Setting the Default Meter 16. Setting the Default Key 17. Section 2 Review 18. Loading an Instrument and MIDI Thru 19. Using the Pencil Tool with MIDI Notes 20. Recording with Count-off 21. Recording with MIDI Merge 22. Recording with Wait for Note 23. More on Clicking in Notes 24. Loop Recording MIDI with Loop Playback 25. Using Input Quantize 26. Section 3 Review 27. Using XPand!2: Parts and Patches 28. Using XPand!2: Editing Patches 29. Using Boom 30. Using Structure Free 31. Section 4 Review 32. The Notes View 33. The Smart Tool 34. The Velocity View 35. The MIDI Editor Window 36. Editing in the MIDI Editor Window 37. Editing MIDI Data as Score 38. Editing MIDI in the Score Editor Window 39. Section 5 Review 40. Quantizing Overview 41. Quantizing on tracks 42. Quantizing in the MIDI Editor window 43. Quantizing in the Score Editor window 44. Working with MIDI Clips 45. Section 6 Review •Learn recording audio with Pro Tools by Mike Watkinson •Professional Training •In-depth Tutorial •HD Video Playback •Offline Playback (no internet connection needed)
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