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Dot Bustelo’s Logic Pro for Recording Engineers & Producers available at Hal Leonard

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Hal Leonard Logic Pro for Recording Engineers & Producers

Hal Leonard Books has announced it has published Logic Pro for Recording Engineers and Producers by Dot Bustelo.

This Quick Pro guide is designed to help engineers and producers who are already proficient in another DAW software platform, make the transition to Logic Pro. Text, illustrations, and examples are geared toward demonstrating the creative, practical, and technical benefits provided by Apple in this well-developed application. Everything in this book is to instruct someone who is already somewhat proficient in the modern recording world on how to use this powerfully exciting and creatively conceived software tool. Whether you’re an active engineer/producer, or someone who just wants to go deeper into Logic Pro, this Quick Pro Guide is written specifically for you!

Dot Bustelo’s signature approach to teaching Logic has been sought out by musicians and recording engineers working in every musical genre. She has helped them – and through this book will help you – learn many of the tips, tricks, and insider techniques that have propelled Logic Pro to its industry-leading status as the best tool for unleashing creativity in recording and producing. In Logic Pro for Recording Engineers and Producers, Dot provides the highly effective methodology for creating in Logic Pro that she has shared with countless high-profile and Grammy Award-winning producers and engineers. Here’s just a sampling of what some of music’s most successful artists say about Dot’s approach to Logic:

Phil Tan, multi-Grammy-winning engineer for Rihanna, Ludacris, Snoop Dogg, Janet Jackson, Alicia Keys, Jay-Z, and many more: “I think the book will be very helpful to guys like me, who see the benefits of being bilingual in Pro Tools and Logic… the right-to-the-point approach makes it easy to read and should get the reader going in Logic quickly and without fuss.”

James Valentine, Maroon 5: “Dot was the first one to introduce me to Logic… She knows this software inside and out, and she breaks everything down in an easy-to-understand way. And she knows the best insider techniques that will make your recording more efficient and creative.”

Nathanial Motte, 3OH!3: “Dot has shown me tricks in Logic that have opened creative doors that I didn’t even know existed.”

The book is available to purchase for $16.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard Books / Logic Pro for Recording Engineers & Producers

Hal Leonard publishes Zen and the Art of Producing

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Hal Leonard Books has published Zen and the Art of Producing by Mixerman.

Zen and the Art of Producing by Mixerman

Following the popular Zen and the Art of Mixing, this new book provides valuable insights for both neophyte and veteran alike. Mixerman reveals all that goes into the most coveted job in record-making – producing.

In his signature style, Mixerman provides us a comprehensive blueprint for all that the job entails – from the organizational discipline needed to run a successful recording session, to the visionary leadership required to inspire great performances. As Mixerman points out, “It doesn’t matter if you’re producing a country album or a hard-rock album: the goal is to communicate with the audience in a manner they understand.”

“This book addresses the actual task of producing brilliantly. I wish every young artist and engineer I’ve worked with had read it!” – Bob Olhsson (Stevie Wonder, Jackson Five, Marvin Gaye)

“Producing a record, and doing it well, is crucially important, insanely difficult, maddeningly subtle and exquisitely complex. And all of that is to be found in this book.” – William Wittman (Cyndi Lauper, Joan Osborne, The Fixx)

“Informative and entertaining, this is a book that any ‘wanna be producer’ (and several established producers) should keep in their racks to constantly use as reference.” – Ron Saint German (Jimi Hendrix, Mick Jagger, Living Colour)

“The production equivalent of a Kama Sutra for the double-jointed.” – Aardvark (Johnny Reed, Ren and Stimpy, Byron)

Zen and the Art of Producing is a fun-to-read guide that teaches you everything from team building and the necessary social skills, to how to pick successful projects and deal with the mechanics and the money side in an ever-changing industry.

The book is available to purchase for $24.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard / Zen and the Art of Producing

PreSonus intros two new Studio One 2 books

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Hal Leonard Power Tools for Studio One 2

PreSonus has announced the release of new books about Studio One by two highly respected music-industry publishing companies.

Alfred Publishing was first up with its new volume, Teach Yourself Studio One Version 2.0, by David Terry. A followup on the company’s earlier book about Studio One 1.x, this book is focused on getting you started and also serves as a refresher for those with some knowledge of the program. The book includes a DVD with more than 75 minutes of instructional video. It won Music Inc. magazine’s “Best in Show” award at the 2012 Winter NAMM show. It lists for $19.95 and is available here.

For those who want a more in-depth book that includes the advanced features of Studio One Professional 2, Hal Leonard Books is offering Power Tools for Studio One 2, vol. 1, by Larry the O. The first in a two-volume set, the 320-page book includes a DVD-ROM packed with video and lists for $39.99. However, from now through September 15, 2012, U.S. customers can receive 35% off when ordering from musicdispatch.com by entering promo code ONE2 at checkout.

More information: PreSonus

Hal Leonard publishes The Power in Cubase – Tracking Audio, MIDI, and Virtual Instruments

Hal Leonard Book The Power in Cubase

Hal Leonard Books has published The Power in Cubase by Matthew Loel T. Hepworth.

This comprehensive, thoughtful, and engaging guide is written to help the new user master the ins and outs of Cubase.

Consider this: Cubase is a program that will turn your computer into a complete recording studio. That is, Cubase can create virtually every button, knob, switch, and fader found in a “real” studio, including a few components that don’t exist in the hardware realm. Imagine the challenge of sitting at a large mixing desk and being expected to use all that technology to produce professional recordings. Well, by installing Cubase on your computer, that’s exactly what you’ve expected of yourself. Knowing how daunting that task sounds, it’s easy to get overwhelmed, if not disillusioned.

The Power in Cubase: Tracking Audio, MIDI, and Virtual Instruments will help you get started so that you can use Cubase to your full benefit. It is specifically written to allow a new user to quickly get started with Cubase while avoiding a myriad of pitfalls. First, you’ll learn the process of installation and proper studio configuration. Next, you’ll learn the foundations of rudimentary Cubase operations. You’ll also learn how to avoid common mistakes that can ruin a recording. Finally, you’ll learn how to properly record MIDI, instrument, and audio tracks. Whether they’re your own tracks or those of a client, you’ll achieve recordings in your own home or project studio that were recently considered unobtainable without a big studio. And you’ll discover Cubase is easier to learn than you may have expected.

The book is available for $16.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard / The Power in Cubase

Hal Leonard publishes Tracking Instruments & Vocals with Pro Tools

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Hal Leonard has announced it has published Tracking Instruments & Vocals with Pro Tools, a book by Glenn Lorbecki.

Hal Leonard Tracking Instruments & Vocals with Pro Tools

Pro Tools is Avid’s powerful DAW platform, and it’s everywhere, from home studios and laptops to the biggest studios and tracking sessions in the world. Whether you’re new to Pro Tools or a veteran user, you’ll find the latest release of PT9 to be a powerful production system and a dramatic departure from previous versions. Tracking Vocals and Instruments with Pro Tools is an indispensable guide to getting the most out of your music and your PT rig. Multiplatinum engineer/producer GlennLorbecki shows you step by step how to record vocals and a wide array of musical instruments.

You will learn production and editing techniques that will improve the sound of your recordings and simplify mixing. Real-world examples show how expert engineers use PT to create stunning recordings.

This is the most potent version of Pro Tools yet, and given its high-tech enhancements in connectivity, functionality, and session portability, users need a practical guide to get up and running quickly and efficiently. The Quick Pro Series cuts to the chase and gives you the best of Pro Tools at your fingertips, with plenty of sessions, audio examples and video assistance to guide you along the way.

The book is available to purchase for $16.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard Books / Tracking Instruments & Vocals with Pro Tools

Hal Leonard ships Power Tools for Reason 6

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Power Tools for Reason 6 by Andrew Eisele

Hal Leonard Books has announced it is now shipping Power Tools for Reason 6 by Andrew Eisele.

Power Tools for Reason 6 is a comprehensive book that provides a quick-start tutorial that not only gets you up and running quickly, but also delves into advanced sequencing and mixing techniques.

With an unbelievable array of tools, Reason 6 gives you everything necessary to record, mix and produce music projects from start to finish. Reason 6 has the best of Propellerhead’s Record and Reason, with the addition of some fantastic new features and effects, including the Pulveriser Demolition, Alligator Filter Gate, and the Echo tape delay. With the ability to record and edit audio directly into the arrangement window – and with audio time-stretching capabilities – it is now possible to record audio and adjust the tempo while keeping everything in sample accurate synchronization.

Power Tools for Reason 6

  • How to set up your studio for Reason 6.
  • An overview of the feature set.
  • An explanation of MIDI concepts from signal flow and recording to hardware and instruments.
  • A sound primer for digital audio concepts and recording.
  • How to get the most out of the synths, effects, drum and percussion instruments, and routing capabilities of Reason 6.
  • How to best use the sampler to capture, play back and manipulate digital audio.
  • Includes video tutorials on an accompanying DVD-ROM that let you see and hear many of the most important tools and techniques now available in Reason.

Power Tools for Reason 6 is available to purchase for $39.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard Books / Power Tools for Reason 6

Hal Leonard publishes The Worship Band Book – Training and Empowering Your Worship Band

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Hal Leonard Books has published Worship Musician! Presents The Worship Band Book by Tom Lane, a mini boot camp for bands, artists, worship teams, and worship ministries.

Worship Musician! presents The Worship Band Book

Whether you’re in a band yourself or part of a ministry involved with teams, this book can help you on your journey. For 30 years, musician, songwriter, and worshipper Tom Lane has worked in the Christian worship music industry and alongside churches, ministries, and movements around the world associated with worship.

In this collection of articles, Lane encourages honesty and clear communication from all sides while aiming for the right thing – to be a band that worships, first and foremost. Spiritual, relational, professional, and practical issues relevant for individuals and groups in worship ministry of any kind are addressed head on.

Historically, bands have helped lead revolutions, crusades, campaigns, churches, rallies, and entire nations. The role bands play in worship, though important, is not the pinnacle of the calling or mandate according to Jesus. While it’s okay to have a good rock band and want to go places, many creatively gifted Christians miss the mark entirely and are derailed by their own quests for something other than God. Likewise, worship teams sometimes miss the mark by placing too much emphasis onperformance and not enough on relationships. This book will help lay the foundation for a healthier pursuit of creative dreams and a closer walk with God.

The Worship Band Book is available to purchase for $16.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard / The Worship Band Book

Learn Mixing & Mastering with the updated 2nd edition Bill Gibson’s book

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Hal Leonard Mixing & Mastering 2nd Edition

Hal Leonard Books has published Mixing & Mastering by Bill Gibson.

This updated second edition is Book 6 of The Hal Leonard Recording Method. It is designed to help the reader complete the recording process by crafting powerful and compelling musical works ready for release.

It’s extremely important that the instrument and vocal tracks in a recording sound their best and work together to form a cohesive blend. Mixing & Mastering demonstrates techniques and procedures that result in a polished mix and powerful master recording, using current plug-ins, software, and hardware.

Readers will learn how to prepare the mastered recording for CD/DVD replication, streaming, and digital distribution in stereo or surround. Updated illustrations, photographs, and audio and video examples on the accompanying DVD will reinforce understanding of what is needed to mix and master like the pros.

The book is available to purchase for $39.99 USD.

More information: Hal Leonard / Mixing & Mastering