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Evren Edler

Evren Edler

Vacuum

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Table of Contents

I. ProTools 2
Pro Tools 10 & New Features

11m 10s

Intro
0:00
Demo Clip
0:09
Lesson Overview
0:41
New Features in Pro Tools 10
1:15
Instruments Used in Demo Clip
1:29
Clip Based Gain
2:06
Things You Will Learn in Pro Tools 2
4:13
Automatic Delay Compensation
5:05
Channel Strip
6:04
Solo Clip Based Gain & Change Volume
6:29
Elastic Audio
7:30
Event Menu
9:15
Time Operations

21m 58s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Identify Beat
0:36
Groove
1:22
Enable Conductor
1:58
Heal Separation
4:35
Time Operations Under Event Menu
9:26
Change Meter
11:34
Insert Time
14:43
Cut Time
17:01
Move Song Start
18:22
Tempo Operations

22m 13s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:11
Tempo Events
0:22
Enable Conductor: Tempo Change
0:38
Option Click
2:53
Snap to Bar
6:05
Tempo Operations
7:44
Constant
9:04
Linear
12:46
Parabolic
14:33
S-Curved
15:30
Scale
16:25
Stretch
17:23
Pencil Tool
19:28
Event Operations

36m 55s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:11
Event Operations
0:36
Quantization
2:03
Velocity
5:41
Duration
8:34
Transpose
9:39
Select/ Split Notes
20:53
Input Quantize
21:13
Step Input
23:02
Key Signatures
27:14
Pitched
27:40
Ruler
28:29
Exploring MIDI

20m 12s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:12
Setting Up a Click Track
0:46
Sample Based vs. Sample Based Instrument Tracks
1:37
Exploring MIDI / MIDI Editor
3:15
Pencil Tool
4:25
MIDI-Real Time Properties & Event List
9:04
Real-Time Properties
9:41
Transposition
12:12
Loop Recording
14:17
Audio-MIDI Set-Up
22:33
MIDI-Thru
23:05
Pencil Tool
23:50
Automatic Delay Compensation

16m 19s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
Automatic Delay Compensation (ADC)
0:37
What It Is
0:42
How to Activate ADC
2:15
Delay Compensation
4:43
Max Samples per Channel
12:00
Option to Shift
13:10
Working with MIDI Editor

35m 35s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
Opening MIDI Window
0:44
MIDI Controller
3:59
Dedicated MIDI Editor Window and Some Functions
6:20
Dedicated MIDI Editor
10:18
Quick Look on Editing Selection
11:54
Edit Tools
12:46
Mirrored MIDI Editing
21:00
Linked Timeline & Edit Selection
22:15
Selector
23:08
Time Base Rulers
27:14
Velocity & Audio Volume
27:38
Notes Area
28:54
Learn How to Work in Multiple MIDI Editor Windows
29:39
Targeted MIDI Editor
30:13
Open in Untargeted MIDI Editor
32:50
Working With Score Editor

29m 39s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:16
Score Editor / Set Up
0:47
Preferences
2:01
Toolbar Area
3:20
Zoom
3:32
Trimmer
4:26
Selector
7:08
Pencil Tool
7:33
Grabber Tool
8:40
Mirror Editing Function
9:44
Adjust Grid / Check Cursor
11:17
Write & Edit Notation
12:16
Goes Until You Want it to Stop
13:24
Customize
15:44
Bring Another Score Editor
20:08
Notation Display Track Settings
21:23
Bass Track
23:17
Beat Detective

25m 55s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
3 Ways to Change Timing
0:51
Manually
2:00
Beat Detective
2:30
Elastic Audio
2:51
Beat Detective
3:00
Edit Smoothing
3:55
Drum Roll Clip
4:26
Move to Grid Point
6:45
Example of Manual Way
9:36
Where is Beat Detective Located
10:26
Operations
11:03
Selection
11:58
Detection
12:46
Smooth Out the Glitches
16:05
Review Event Menu
18:02
Beat Detective Other Features
19:28
Tempo
21:53
Elastic Audio

21m 34s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:10
Elastic Audio
0:34
Clip Example
1:53
Turn Elastic Audio On
2:49
Smart Tool / Real Time Compression Expansion
5:33
Processing State
11:37
Elastic Properties
12:45
Raise and Lower Pitch
13:26
Sample Based vs. Tick Based
14:44
Stretch or Shrink Timing
16:12
Pro Tools Virtual Instruments

9m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:16
Boom
0:57
Xpand 2
1:49
Structure Free
2:48
Mini Grand
3:03
DB 33
3:40
Vacuum
4:03
Record Virtual Instrument as Audio
5:13
Example of Why You Should Record As Audio
7:56
Boom

15m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Drum Machine Definition
0:43
Boom
1:11
4 Steps
2:30
Pattern Edit
4:45
Boom
5:34
Pattern Select
8:03
BPM
9:14
Pattern Edit Mode: Add Snares
10:11
Plug-In Automation
12:06
Write Automation
13:06
Xpand 2

18m 16s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Xpand 2
0:31
Instruments
0:54
Selecting Patches / Presets
2:26
Librarian Menu
3:14
Play / Arp Options
5:40
Creating a Sound /Patches
7:58
Drop a Sound
10:06
Smart Knobs
10:30
Separate Smart Knob from Applying to Everything
12:18
Effects
14:45
Sounds: Drums / Loops
16:00
Structure Free

15m 16s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:14
Structure Free
0:45
Add Patch
1:45
Remove Patch
2:18
Voices & Key Range Options
3:33
Smart Knobs
3:48
Write Automation
5:55
Transposition
7:57
Remove Patches & Automation
9:45
Load Up Sounds
10:43
Vacuum

16m 32s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:16
Vacuum
0:34
Presets
2:02
Adjust Arpeggiator
2:24
Arpeggiator: Play Sounds
4:09
Glide, Pitch Bend Range, Envelope Retrigger
8:26
Turn MIDI/ Instrument Track Into Audio Track
10:09
Mini Grand & DB 33

16m

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:07
Mini Grand
0:18
Presets
0:46
Adjust Model
1:02
Choose Sounds
2:48
Edit Effects
5:15
Mini Grand: Check Presets
8:31
DB 33
9:11
Settings You Can Change
10:00
Cabinet
13:35
Fades & Crossfades

25m 58s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Audio Editing
0:38
How to Find Fades
0:59
Fade-Ins & Fade-Outs
1:38
Fade Dialog Box
3:55
Fade Settings
4:45
Applying Fades
5:44
Delete Fade-Ins & Fade-Outs
6:55
Crossfades
9:30
Create Crossfade
9:58
Another Way to Create Crossfade with Smart Tool
10:44
Get Rid of Crossfades
12:08
Batch Fades
12:51
Adjust Options
13:10
In-Shape
13:34
Equal Power
13:45
Equal Gain
14:00
Placement Changes
14:13
Editing Fades
15:27
Trimmer/ Grabber
16:22
Fades Editing Dialog Box
16:44
I/O Setup
17:00
Fades Preferences Under Editing
18:17
Clips

27m 49s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:08
Clips
0:56
Clips List
1:44
Drop Down Arrow Options
3:35
Show Clips
3:53
Finding Clips
4:55
Zoom Toggle
6:47
Clips List
7:18
Selecting Clips
7:19
Unused Clips
7:46
Sort By
8:32
Finding Clips
9:49
Clear Find
11:01
Auditioning Clips
11:26
Placing Clips
12:21
Dragging a Clip
13:02
Placing Clips
14:40
Placing Clips with Playback Cursor
15:55
Spot Mode
17:06
Sync Point
18:23
Clearing Clips
19:54
Permanently Delete Clip
21:13
Renaming Clips
22:31
Rename Multiple Clips (Auto Rename)
23:44
Clip Info
24:23
Processing State
24:50
Rating
25:24
Overlap
26:28
Current Time
26:43
Editing Clips

29m 21s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:09
Edit Lock
0:22
Edit Time Lock
1:42
Muting Clips
2:53
Grouping Clips
4:09
Group After Selecting
6:36
Ungroup
7:12
Separating Clips
8:32
Grabber
12:05
Consolidating Clips
12:47
Repeating & Looping Clips
14:54
Repeat a Clip
15:06
Duplicate
15:42
Repeat with Trimmer
17:24
Loop Trimmer
17:40
Shifting Clips
19:14
Nudging Clips
21:45
Strip Silence
24:30
Clip Gain

12m 1s

Intro
0:00
Lesson Overview
0:15
Clip Gain
0:35
Clip Gain Viewer
1:11
Clip Gain Line
3:17
Editing Clip Gain
4:39
Grabber Tools & Add Break Points
6:54
Pencil Tool
8:17
Only Automates the Clip Gain
10:37
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Vacuum

  • Vacuum: It’s a Virtual Analog Monophonic Synthesizer.
    • On the left, you will see VTO 1 and below that, VTO 2, which stands for Vacuums Tube Oscillator, which are sound generators.
    • Right next to it is the Mixer, which allows you to add a tube drive there.
    • Vacuum comes with a built in arrpegiator.
  • Bass presets
  • Lead presets
  • Arpeggiator

Vacuum

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  • Intro 0:00
  • Lesson Overview 0:16
  • Vacuum 0:34
  • Presets 2:02
    • Adjust Arpeggiator
    • Arpeggiator: Play Sounds
    • Glide, Pitch Bend Range, Envelope Retrigger
  • Turn MIDI/ Instrument Track Into Audio Track 10:09
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