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HowAudio Motu Digital Performer and File Management: Screen features and user interfaceControls, main transport buttons, note values, and status strip
Although Digital Performer was originally designed for professional studio production, film scoring, live performance and remixing, veteran audio engineer Les Brockmann demonstrates that with its advanced features and an intuitive streamlined design, it can be easily utilized by beginners and experts alike. Known for its flexible design that supports the MAC OS X operating system, Digital Performer delivers the necessary tools for professional results to all levels of users from weekend hobbyists to world-class recording studios. Les walks you through how to properly record live instruments, record and import MDI files, sequence and edit your finished project for export in a variety of different file types.
In this clip, HowAudio host Les Brockmann takes a look at Digital Performer's screen features and user interface. He covers some of the controls, including the use of chunks, main transport buttons, time register, auxiliary counter, sub time format, position slider, fast and slow rewid buttons, tempo button, note values, and the status strip.
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Les Brockmann is a Los Angeles based engineer who has engineered projects that have garnered Grammy and Academy Awards. With over 20 years experience in audio engineering, Les is the consummate professional whether he?s scoring, mixing live events or digitally editing.
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