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Lesson 10 - Plugins and Processing

OUR CURRICULUM TEACHES YOU THE INS AND OUTS OF PLUGINS AND SIGNAL PROCESSING

The web defines a software plugin as, “a set of software components that adds specific capabilities to a larger software application.” In the case of digital audio, plugins add functionality to your DAW. From analog compressor emulators to bass wobble synths, plugins can enhance your sound and the way you work. In this chapter, we will look at some of the more popular plugin bundles you will see in the audio world and give you a basic understanding of how plugin formats work. We will also show you the difference between using plugins in real time and rendering audio using Avid’s proprietary offline plugin processor, Audiosuite.

Objectives

  • Plugin Formats
  • Pro Tools Stock Plugins
  • Audiosuite
  • Sine Wave Assignment
  • Chapter Quiz
  • Basic Key Commands Quiz
  • Blog Entry

 

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