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Pro Tools | First 12 - How it Works
434 pages | 8.5x11 | pdf file: 125MB | 2016-1004
"Pro Tool | First 12 - How it Works" is the first full-featured manual, the best book to start learning this free version of Pro Tools. No previous knowledge required.
Even if you use the paid version of Pro Tools, this book covers most of the features and workflows of the standard Pro Tool version, so you can get up to speed with version 12 or version 2018 of any Pro Tools.
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