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Today, music production software is more powerful than ever. Every new edition of a program introduces new functions and features, which puts more tools in your hands, but also means climbing complexity and a user experience that can seem overwhelming when you're just starting to get into a piece of software. Because of that, a helping hand is a great thing to have when you want to learn how to get the most out of professional editing programs. Digital Music Doctor software instruction aims to be that helping hand, with interactive guides that will give you a head start on knowing the ins and outs of working with music software. To build up a general understanding of the concepts involved with your digital studio, you may want to start with the Digital Music Doctor Mixing & Mastering Know It All! DVD. This guide covers a few different pieces of software to provide an overview of basic concepts that you'll use for any digital platform you mix music on. Teaching the fundamental techniques makes this instructional DVD a great starting point if you're just getting into digital editing.
Once you've got the basics down, you'll be ready to move on to more genre-specific courses like the Music for Media Know It All! DVD. This is an industry-specific look at what it takes to digitally produce music for film, TV and games. In Music for Media, you'll build up an understanding of concepts like surround mixing and how to use music to create emotion and atmosphere.
When it's time to get into the nitty-gritty details of the particular software you're using, take a look at Digital Music Doctor's program-specific courses. Covering industry-standard tools like Cubase, Pro Tools and Ableton Live, these interactive DVDs cover their respective software's individual features and functions to give you an in-depth look at how to use them to your advantage.
With Digital Music Doctor software instruction, you can easily prepare yourself to take your first steps into digital mastering or try a new program for the first time. Learning in detail how to use your software not only takes the mystery and uncertainty out of the process, it also allows you to improve your skills faster so you can see better results on a quicker timeline.