Accompanied by a DVD-ROM, this entry in Hal Leonard's excellent Quick Pro Guide series will assist newcomers to Digital Performer in learning the ins and outs of it in a relatively short period: Setting Up the Studio; Installation and Getting Started; Navigating the Interface; Recording; Editing; Virtual Instruments; Mixing, Effects, and Automation; Working with Movies; Exporting Media and Files; and Building a Song From Scratch.
David E. Roberts has been intimately involved with the development of DAW software since 1993 and has been training new users for the past two decades.
It's no surprise, then, that the book contains everything you'll need to know
about DP from the perspective of someone who has mastered it. This is the first guide to give a look inside Digital Performer 8, the first version of the program built across both Mac and Windows OS platforms.
Everything you need to know about making music with DP lies within these pages. The descriptions and instructions can get pretty complex at times, but nothing in the digital world is easy.