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Users of Apple's popular audio post-production software, Soundtrack Pro 2, now have an exciting new way to get in-depth with the program, via macProVideo.com's "Soundtrack Pro 101: Mastering Soundtrack Pro 2" tutorial-video series. It is a comprehensive, 4 hour exploration of soundtrack construction and audio post-production techniques in Final Cut Studio 2's audio editing program, Soundtrack Pro 2.

This series is produced by Apple courseware author Martin Sitter. Featuring realtime screen captures that let you see and hear how the software works, "Mastering Soundtrack Pro 2" provides over 100 separate tutorial videos detailing how to remove noise from audio recorded on a camcorder, restore poorly recorded audio, use creative effects to make voiceovers "pop" through the mix, and mastering audio for playback on popular distribution systems such as cable television and DVD-Video.

You'll also learn how to record, mix, and edit audio to make dynamic and engaging soundtracks for your video productions. Whether you're a video producer looking to make your productions sound great, or an audio engineer moving into the professional post production market, this tutorial series gives you the tools you need to make your musical vision a reality.

This series is delivered using macProVideo.com's innovative Nonlinear Educating Device (N.E.D.) tutorial video player. N.E.D. includes a revolutionary integrated download manager that incrementally and progressively downloads tutorial videos, allowing subscribers to start watching tutorials immediately while the rest download in the background. Even if the connection is dropped, N.E.D. will resume the download where it left off the next time an Internet connection is made. Importantly, all downloaded tutorials remain on the user¿s computer and can be viewed at any time, even if the computer is removed from an internet connection.

"Soundtrack Pro 101: Mastering Soundtrack Pro 2" is available via download exclusively through macProVideo.com. It is priced at $39.50 USD, or $10 per hour of tutorials.

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