I absolutely hate manuals. Let me say it again… HATE. Typically dry, boring, bad illustrations, written from a prototype hardware product or 0.9 software version that never includes the final fixes (no wonder they seem so poorly written). That’s why I was so happy to discover HowAudio.com, whos’ motto is, “cause reading the manual sucks.” Ha! I knew I wasn’t alone. HowAudio.com is dedicated to providing the highest quality, easy to use on-line, video based training for the audio recording enthusiast as well as the working professional, and they got it right!
If the time and energy required to read the manual has become your learning disability, kiss your “mental block” goodbye. Looking through the HowAudio.com audio titles is like being the proverbial “kid in a candy store”. And they are consistently adding new titles to their library to ensure that you have all the tools at your disposal to create the best music.
Is this awesome, or what!
Take a look at a few of HowAudio.com’s newest titles from the common to the esoteric:
- What’s New in Pro Tools 7.4
- Torq with Xponent
- Building Your Own GTR FX Pedalboard
- Cubase 4: The Essentials
- Ableton Live 7
- What’s New In GarageBand ’08
- Acoustic Guitar Miking Techniques
- Preparing For Mastering
- FM8 – FM Synthesizer-Native Instruments
- Essentials of Podcasting
- What’s New in Propellerhead Reason 4
- Apple Logic 8
- Miking Techniques for Drums (studio)
- Analog to Digital: How to get sound into your computer
- and the ever popular titles such as Drum Tuning and Maintenance, How to Relic A Guitar, and ProTools LE (a comprehensive tutorial just under 10 hours!).
Constantly being updated, HowAudio.com offers two simple ways to subscribe: $199/annually or $19/monthly. Both options give you complete access 24/7 to over 1200 tutorials on over 40 subjects. HowAudio.com also sponsors regular FREE podcasts available on youtube.com, myspace.com and on the HowAudio.com website.
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