1. Getting to Know Pro Tools. 2. Getting Inside Pro Tools. 3. Creating Your First Session. 4. Making Your First Audio Recording. 5. Importing and Working with Media in a Session. 6. Making Your First MIDI Recording. 7. Selecting and Navigating. 8. Basic Editing Techniques. 9. Basic Mixing Techniques. 10. Finishing Your Work. 11. Project Introduction and Setup. 12. Music Hands-On Project. 13. Post Hands-On Project. 14. Information for Course Completion.
Frank D. Cook is a bass guitarist and longtime Pro Tools user. The owner of Insource Writing Solutions and NextPoint Training, Frank has worked in the technical publications and education industries for more than fifteen years. As a writer, editor, technical publications manager, and business owner, Frank has authored and contributed to hundreds of guides, manuals, reports, textbooks, and other publications for clients in a wide variety of industries. His writing and consulting company, Insource Writing Solutions, specializes in documentation for the digital audio industry. His training venture, NextPoint Training, focuses on advanced training in Pro Tools, VENUE, digital media, and related products and technologies. Frank also teaches Pro Tools courses as an adjunct professor at American River College in Sacramento, California.