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Logic Pro Training at Alchemea College

  1. 1. Alchemea College in partnership with Apple London based Alchemea College is one of Europe’s leading Apple Authorised Training Centres and deliver certified Logic Pro, Soundtrack Pro and Final Cut Pro short courses. Elements of these courses are also integrated into our full time programs. All training takes place in our state of the art “Apple Training Room”. Class size is restricted to 6 and every student uses their own powerful Apple iMac computer. Our trainers are not only Apple pro-application experts but are industry- experienced professionals. Student’s can also enjoy discounts of up to 60% on Apple equipment and software at “Alchemea’s Apple Store”. One of the main aims of Alchemea’s Apple training is to prepare students for their Certified Pro examinations. The Apple Certified Pro program creates a benchmark for assessing an end-user’s proficiency in a specific Apple Pro application. By taking and passing the Apple Certified Pro exam, a user is given Apple Certified Pro status, which allows them to distinguish themselves to colleagues, employers and prospective clients as a skilled user of the chosen software application. This certification gives individuals a competitive edge in today’s ever-changing job market. Alchemea’s Apple Pro Application Training Courses: • Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Express 8 and Logic Pro 8 • Logic 301: “Advanced Techniques in Logic Pro 8” • STP 101: An Introduction to Soundtrack Pro 2 • FCP 101: An introduction to Final Cut Pro 6 Please refer to the course background and outline sheets for more detailed course information. For general assistance and course availability, please contact Alchemea’s Registrar Tony Garston on +44 (0) 20 7359 3986 www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  2. 2. Logic 101: An Introduction to Logic Express 8 and Logic Pro 8 Course Description Apple’s Logic 101 course introduces students to the primary features and basic user interface of Logic Pro. Students learn how to generate a customized audio and midi configuration that will seamlessly integrate with their own personal production studio. Students also create their own song using Logic Pro’s comprehensive array of software instruments, Apple Loops and DSP effects. In- depth lessons will cover MIDI and audio recording, streamlined editing and arrangement techniques, user defined key commands, automation, scoring to picture and surround mixing. This course uses the Apple Pro Training Series book (and DVD) “ Logic Pro 8 and Logic Express 8,” by David Nahmani. Who Should Attend? This class is designed for those who want to learn music production and composition using Logic Pro or Logic Express. We assume that you have a basic understanding of music technology including midi and digital audio. If in doubt you may wish to think about taking our “1-day Music Technology Crash Course.” If you are a beginner this course will help you to quickly become a proficient Logic Pro user. Certification This course covers the requirements necessary to successfully become an Apple Certified Pro, Level One in Logic Pro 8. To register for this exam, which can only be taken on-site at an Apple Certified Training Centre please contact Alchemea’s College Manager Jim Bryden. You are required to have an Apple Tech ID number before registering for any Apple exam. You can apply for a Tech ID by following the instructions at certifications.apple.com. It is also possible to purchase David Nahmani’s course book & DVD from Alchemea for £30. Once you have worked your way through the book you can take the Logic Pro Level 1 exam at Alchemea for a cost of £75. You can then progress to take Apple’s 3-day “Logic 301 course (Logic 8 Beyond The Basics).” Logic Pro Level One certification also counts towards the new Logic Studio Master Pro certification. Master certification recognizes a user’s skills with the entire Logic Studio product suite. Since workflow is such a significant component, users need certification in at least two of the applications to earn Master Certification. For details, please visit training.apple.com/certification/proapps. Prerequisites Students should have a basic knowledge of music technology and preferable a basic knowledge of Macintosh OS (operating system) www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  3. 3. Pricing Logic 101: £450 (includes course book & DVD) We require a £200 registration fee upon application and the balance of the fee two weeks before the course start date. Exam (Level 1 in Logic Pro 8): £75 David Nahmani’s Course Book & DVD: £30 How do I enrol? To enrol on this course you will need to complete and return a short course application form with the course registration fee (see pricing). The balance of the fee is required two weeks before the course start date. For general assistance and course availability, please contact Alchemea’s Registrar Tony Garston on +44 (0) 20 7359 3986. For up to date scheduled course dates please visit: http://www.alchemea.com/index.php/audio/engineering/logic_course_dates Buy Logic Studio Alchemea students have access to the “Alchemea Apple Store” and enjoy Massive Savings on Apple products. The good news is that you can buy Logic Studio for £119 (rrp £319). These savings can help to pay for your training. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  4. 4. Logic 101: “ An Introduction to Logic Express 8 and Logic Pro 8” Course outline: Day 1 of 3 Lesson 1 Making Music with Logic Launching Logic, Exploring the interface, Navigating the Song, Zooming, Previewing and using Loops, Building an arrangement, Mixing, and Exporting the mix Lesson 2 Recording Audio Digital Audio Recording Settings, Recording a Single Instrument, Recording Additional Takes, Recording Takes in Cycle Mode, Recording Multiple Tracks, Recording Additional Takes on Multiple Tracks, Punching in and out (Auto and On the Fly), Adjusting Recording settings and Adjusting Metronome Settings Lesson 3 Editing Audio Deleting Unused Audio Files, Importing Audio Files with the Browser, Comping Takes, Flatten Take Folder, Using Fades and Crossfades, Resizing an Audio Region, Moving an Edit Point, Cleaning a Noisy take, and Using the Sample Editor Lesson 4 Recording MIDI Using Software Instruments, Quantizing a Recording, Using External MIDI Hardware, Merging New Recordings, Recording Additional Takes, Layering Instruments, and Splitting a Keyboard to Control Two Instruments Lesson 5 Editing and Programming MIDI Importing MIDI Files, Editing in the Piano Roll Editor, Editing in the Score Editor, Editing in the Hyper Editor, Editing MIDI Continuous Controller Events, and Cleaning a MIDI Recording Course outline: Day 2 of 3 Lesson 6 Programming Drums Programming a Drum Beat, Editing Velocity and Accents, Humanizing a Pattern and Creating a Snare Roll Lesson 7 Manipulating Tempo and Time Stretching Adjusting a Song’s Tempo to a Loop, Adjusting a Loop’s Tempo to a Song, Tempo Changes and Curves, Time- www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  5. 5. stretching Audio, Time-stretching MIDI, Using Apple Loops, Creating Blue and Green Apple Loops, Adding Apple Loops to a Lop Browser and Using the Follow Tempo Function Lesson 8 Arranging the Song Using the Grid, Inserting Time Signature Changes, Using the Catch Function, Using the Skip Cycle Mode, Cutting Regions, Repeating Sections, and Using Aliases to Build an Arrangement Lesson 9 Mixing Preparing for Mixing, Using the Mixer, Individual Channel Strips for Ultrabeat, Using the Library, Using Plug-ins, Using Buses, Reading the Meters, Exporting your Mix, Burning a CD and Exporting Individual Tracks Lesson 10 Automating the Mix and Using Control Surfaces Region- vs. Track-based Automation, Writing and Editing Offline Automation, Recording Online Automation, and Using External Controllers Course Outline: Day 3 of 3 Lesson 11 Scoring Movies Basic Settings, Importing a Movie File, Detecting Scene Cuts, Manipulating the Grid, and Exporting your Movie Soundtrack Lesson 12 Troubleshooting Logic Getting Sound Out and In, Getting MIDI Out and In, Recovering Deleted Audio or MIDI Regions, Reading the System Performance Meter, Basic Computer Maintenance Steps, and Adding Third Party Plug-ins Course feedback 15 minutes will be allocated for student’s to complete an online course feedback form. This feedback is important so we can monitor and maintain a high standard of training at Alchemea. Student’s identity will remain anonymous. Level 1 Certification Exam Time will be made available at the end of day 3 for students to sit their online Logic Level 1 exam. The pass mark is 80%. It is possible for students to arrange their exam for a later date if extra preparation time is required. This must however be taken at an Apple Authorised Training Centre. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  6. 6. Logic 301: Advanced Techniques in Logic Pro 8 Course Description This three-day hands-on course takes you through Logic’s powerful advanced features, covering everything from production, editing, and mixing, to notation and scoring to picture. Throughout the class professional secrets are revealed regarding how to streamline production workflow, accelerate editing tasks, effectively manage takes, and construct a mix that will meet the most exacting standards. You’ll discover powerful techniques for multi-track recording and explore the limitless potential of Logic’s audio instruments, including the revolutionary Sculpture. This course uses the Apple Pro Training Series book “ Logic Pro 8 Beyond the Basics,” by David Dvorin. Who Should Attend? This class is designed for students wishing to master advanced music production and composition techniques using Logic Pro 8. Prior to enrolling students must first pass the Logic User Level 1 exam. We also advise that student’s have taken the 3-day Logic 101 course at Alchemea. Certification This course covers the requirements necessary to successfully become an Apple Certified Pro, Level Two in Logic Pro 8. To register for this exam, which can only be taken on-site at an Apple Certified Training Centre please contact Alchemea’s College Manager Jim Bryden. You are required to have an Apple Tech ID number before registering for any Apple exam. You can apply for a Tech ID by following the instructions at certifications.apple.com. Logic Pro Level Two certification also counts towards the new Logic Studio Master Pro certification. Master certification recognizes a user’s skills with the entire Logic Studio product suite. Since workflow is such a significant component, users need certification in at least two of the applications to earn Master Certification. For details, please visit training.apple.com/certification/proapps. Prerequisites Logic Level One End User Certification. Students should also have a basic knowledge of music technology and preferable a basic knowledge of Macintosh OS (operating system). If in doubt you may wish to consider taking our “1-day Music Tech Crash Course”. Pricing Logic 301: £450 (3-day on site training includes course book & DVD) We require a £200 registration fee upon application and the balance of the fee two weeks before the course start date. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  7. 7. Exam (Level 1 in Logic Pro 8): £75 David Dvorin’s Course Book & DVD: £30 How do I enrol? To enrol on this course you will need to complete and return a short course application form with the course registration fee (see pricing). The balance of the fee is required two weeks before the course start date. For general assistance and course availability, please contact Alchemea’s Registrar Tony Garston on +44 (0) 20 7359 3986 For up to date scheduled course dates please visit: http://www.alchemea.com/index.php/audio/engineering/logic_course_dates Buy Logic Studio Alchemea students have access to the “Alchemea Apple Store” and enjoy Massive Savings on Apple products. The good news is that you can buy Logic Studio for £119 (rrp £319). These savings can help to pay for your training. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  8. 8. Logic 301 “Advanced Techniques in Logic Pro 8” Course Outline: Day 1 of 3 Lesson 1 Speeding up Workflow Using Project Templates, Customizing the Interface, Using Key Commands, Accessing the Toolbox, and Saving a Project Template Lesson 2 Creating and Managing Takes Using Project Folders, Working with Assets, Quickly Accessing Additional Tracks, Recording Multiple Tracks Simultaneously, and What to Do if You Run Out of Tracks Lesson 3 Tempo and Pitch Matching Working with Apple Loops, Using the Time and Pitch Machine, Working with Rubato Passages Lesson 4 Working with Software Instruments Getting Familiar with the Instruments, Understanding the User Interface, Using Ultrabeat, Using the EXS24 Software Sampler, Using the EVP88 Vintage Electric Piano, Using the EVD6 Vintage Clarinet, Using the EFM 1 FM Synthesizer, Using the ES2 Synthesizer, Using the ES1 Virtual Analog Synthesizer, Using Global Tracks to Create a Quick Arrangement, Sound Design with Sculpture, and Treating Your MIDI Hardware as Software Course Outline: Day 2 of 3 Lesson 5 Working with the Arrangement Creating and Using Markers, Navigating the Arrangement, and Zooming Effectively Lesson 6 Advanced Audio Editing Using Edits to Create Parts, Comping Tracks, and Fixing Problems Using the Sample Editor Lesson 7 Advanced MIDI Editing Using Loops, Copies, and Aliases, Demixing MIDI Regions, Working with Region Parameters, Working with MIDI Note Events, and Using Transform Functions www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  9. 9. Lesson 8 Working with Mixer Channels Using the Track Mixer, Using Insert Effects, Using Aux Effects, Panning Stereo Tracks, Switching the Contents of the Plug-in Window, Changing Plug-in Locations, and Using Channel Strip Settings Lesson 9 Controlling Signal Flow Creating Submixes, Using Aux Channels for Multi-Output Software Instruments, Using Mixer Groups and Incorporating External Effects Processors Course Outline: Day 3 of 3 Lesson 10 Automating the Mix Working with Offline Automation, Performing Real-Time Automation Lesson 11 Working with Notation Creating Notation, Using Score Styles, Working with Text, Transcribing a Performance, Working with Drum Notation, and Creating Scores and Parts Lesson 12 Scoring to Picture Importing Media, Setting Up Synchronization, Spotting the Movie, and Positioning Events on the Timeline Lesson 13 Mixing in Surround Using Surround Software Instruments, Using Surround Effects, Producing a DVD-A, Downmixing Your Project, and Using Compressor for Video Projects Course feedback 15 minutes will be allocated for student’s to complete an online course feedback form. This feedback is important so we can monitor and maintain a high standard of training at Alchemea. Student’s identity will remain anonymous. Level 1 Certification Exam Time will be made available at the end of day 3 for students to sit their online Logic Level 2 exam. The pass mark is 80%. It is possible for students to arrange their exam for a later date if extra preparation time is required. This must however be taken at an Apple Authorised Training Centre. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  10. 10. STP (Soundtrack Pro) 101: An Introduction to Soundtrack Pro 2 Soundtrack Pro 2: “The Next Wave in Audio Pro” Soundtrack Pro 2 comes bundled with Apple’s Logic Studio and Final Cut Pro Studio software and offers unprecedented convenience and power to editors. Fly through audio editing and mixing with a new, streamlined interface that combines the multitrack Timeline and Waveform Editor in a single view. Easily create immersive soundtracks with innovative surround sound tools. Automatically conform your audio edit to changes made in your video edit. With its familiar interface and intuitive tools, Soundtrack Pro is the Final Cut Pro of audio post- production. STP 101: Course Description This two-day class guides you through using Soundtrack Pro to edit audio files, repair field recordings, perform multitrack arranging and mixing, synchronize audio and video, analyze and fix common audio problems, and perform other creative sound design techniques. This course focuses on practical, professional techniques used to add professional music and sound effects to video and multimedia projects. Who Should Attend? This course is designed for those that want to learn the basics of audio content creation, editing and mixing. he course is designed for those who prefer hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore the functionality of Soundtrack Pro. Certification This course covers the requirements necessary to successfully become an Apple Certified Pro, Level 1 in Soundtrack Pro. Level 1 certification attests to basic operational knowledge of the application. To register for this exam, which can only be taken on-site at an Apple Certified Training Centre please contact Alchemea’s College Manager Jim Bryden. You are required to have an Apple Tech ID number before registering for any Apple exam. You can apply for a Tech ID by following the instructions at certifications.apple.com. It is also possible to purchase Martin Sitter’s course book & DVD from Alchemea for £30. Once you have worked your way through the book you can take the STP Level 1 exam at Alchemea for a cost of £75. Soundtrack Pro Level 1 certification also counts towards the new Logic Studio Master Pro certification. Master certification recognizes a user’s skills with the entire Logic Studio product suite. Since workflow is such a significant component, users need certification in at least two of the applications to earn Master Certification. For details, please visit training.apple.com/certification/proapps. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  11. 11. Prerequisites Students should have a basic knowledge of music technology and preferable a basic knowledge of Macintosh OS (operating system) Pricing STP 101: £400 (includes course book & DVD) We require a £100 registration fee upon application and the balance of the fee two weeks before the course start date. Exam (Level 1 in Soundtrack 2): £75 Martin Sitter’s Course Book & DVD: £30 How do I enrol? To enrol on this course you will need to complete and return a short course application form with the course registration fee (see pricing). The balance of the fee is required two weeks before the course start date. For general assistance and course availability, please contact Alchemea’s Registrar Tony Garston on +44 (0) 20 7359 3986 Buy Soundtrack Pro Alchemea students have access to the “Alchemea Apple Store” and enjoy Massive Savings on Apple products. The good news is that you can buy Logic Studio, which included STP 2 for only £119 (rrp £319). STP also comes bundled with Apples professional industry standard video editing software Final Cut Studio, which Alchemea students can buy for only £400 (rrp £849). These savings can help to pay for your training. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  12. 12. Soundtrack Pro (STP) 101: An Introduction to Soundtrack Pro 2 Course outline: Day 1 of 2 Lesson 1 Exploring the Workspace Workspace Overview, Editing Pane Overview, Setting Project Properties, Working with Clips, Exploring Clip Details, Dividing Clips, Cut and Paste Edits, Working with Tracks, Using the Track Tab Channel Strip, Adjusting Volume and Pan, Muting and Soloing, Scrubbing Audio, and Zooming and Magnifiying. Lesson 2 Fixing Audio Files Opening Audio Files, Non-destructive Editing and Actions, Editing at the Sample Level, Analyzing an Audio File, Fixing Pops and Clicks, Removing Noise, Working with Ambient Noise, and Applying Changes to Other Final Cut Pro Clips. Lesson 3 Working with the Frequency Spectrum Frequency Spectrum View, Adjusting Spectrum Display Controls, Frequency Selection Tool, Adding Selections to the Timeline, Time Stretching Audio, Multitrack Editing, Understanding Snap Modes, and Using Cycle Regions. Lesson 4 Editing Multitrack Projects Opening Multitrack Projects, Using the Timecode HUD, Using Score Markers, Spotting Effects, Using the Multipoint Video HUD, and Ripple Edits. Lesson 5 Working with Content Adding New Apple Collections, Using the Search Function, Creating Favorites, Working with Effects, Creating a Simple Soundtrack, and Exploring the Master Envelopes. Course Outline - Day 2 Topic Description Course outline: Day 2 of 2 Lesson 6 Mixing Multitrack Projects Using the Mixer, Adding DSP Effects to a Track, Adding DSP Effects to a Clip, Working with Fades, Usng Busses, About Submixes, Using Envelopes to Automate Tracks, Exploring Automation Modes, Setting Volume for Video, Returning to Final Cut Pro, Exporting Your Song, and Exporting OMF/AAF Files. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  13. 13. Lesson 7 Conforming Multitrack Projects Dialog Recording and ADR. Lesson 8 ADR Recording in Soundtrack Pro Setting Up for ADR, Choosing an Input, Monitoring Recording, Setting Recording Levels, Recording the First Take, Previewing a Recording and Multitrack Recording. Lesson 9 Getting Deeper into ADR Using Prerecorded ADR Files, Using the Multitake Editor, Matching Sounds, Using the Sound Pallet HUD, Using the Lift and Stamp Tools. Course feedback 15 minutes will be allocated for student’s to complete an online course feedback form. This feedback is important so we can monitor and maintain a high standard of training at Alchemea. Student’s identity will remain anonymous. Level 1 Certification Exam Time will be made available at the end of day 3 for students to sit their online Soundtrack Pro Level 1 exam. The pass mark is 80%. It is possible for students to arrange their exam for a later date if extra preparation time is required. This must however be taken at an Apple Authorised Training Centre. www.alchemea.com : info@alchemea.com : +44 (0) 20 7359 3986
  14. 14.  FCP 101 An Introduction to Final Cut Pro 6 Professional Editing in Final Cut Studio What you will learn Course Description This three-day, hands-on course introduces students to the primary feature set and basic • Working with the Browser and Bins interface of Final Cut Pro. In this course you learn to perform basic editing functions while familiarizing yourself with the user interface. Topics include basic setup, adjusting and cus- • Marking clips and using insert and overwrite tomizing preferences and settings, capturing video and audio, various editing and trimming edits techniques, Ripple, Roll, Slip, and Slide tools, audio editing and audio creation, finishing and final output. • Drag-and-drop editing • Marking and deleting clips in the Timeline Who Should Attend? This class is designed for anyone looking to edit professional-quality video with Final Cut • Trimming edit points Pro and who prefers hands-on and interactive instruction to best explore its functionality. Also desirable: an understanding of the Macintosh operating system and basic computer • Using Ripple, Roll, and Extend edits navigation. • Using the Slip and Slide tools Certification • Applying filters This course covers the requirements necessary to successfully become an Apple Certified Pro, Level One in Final Cut Pro. Level One certification attests to basic operational knowl- • Changing Motion properties edge of the application. • Audio editing and audio creation This certification also counts towards the new Final Cut Studio (FCS) Master Pro certification. FCS Master certification recognizes a Certified Pro’s skills with the entire Final • Finishing and final output Cut Studio product suite. Since workflow is such a significant component of Final Cut Studio, users need certification in at least three of the applications to earn Master certification. For details, please visit train.apple.com/certification/proapps. To register for the exam, please consult with your Apple Authorized Training Center. You are required to have an Apple Tech ID number before registering for any Apple exam. You can apply for a Tech ID by following the instructions at certifications.apple.com.
  15. 15. To Register Prerequisites This course is available at one of our hundreds of Apple Authorized Training Students should have the following prerequisite knowledge prior to attending the course: Centers (AATC) worldwide. Please visit www.apple.com/software/pro/training • Basic knowledge of the Macintosh OS to find an AATC near you. • Basic knowledge of editing terminology is recommended Course Outline Day 1 Topic Description Lesson 1 Launching Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Pro Interface, Screening and Marking in the Following a Workflow, Working with Projects, Final Cut Pro Interface Organizing Elements, Playing Clips in the Viewer, Navigating Clips, Project Tasks, Navigating a Sequence, Marking Clips, Quitting and Hiding Final Cut Pro Lesson 2 Managing Project Elements, Editing a Rough Cut, Editing Clips in the Timeline Making Overwrite Edits, Managing Timeline Tracks, Making Insert Edits, Adding Audio Clips, Moving Clips in the Timeline, Drag-and-Drop Editing, and Changing Volume of Edited Clips Lesson 3 Adding Cutaways, Editing to Narration, Editing to Finishing the Rough Cut Music, Copying, Cutting, Pasting, and Positioning Clips Lesson 4 Preparing a Project for Trimming, Trimming Over- Trimming to Refine Clip Duration view, Rippling Edit Points, Rippling in the Viewer and by Numbers, Trimming on the V2 Track, and Trimming One Track of a Linked Clip Lesson 5 Preparing Your Sequence, Adjusting Two Edit Points, Trimming to Refine a Sequence Slipping One Clip, Slipping Sequence Clips, Rolling Two Edit Points, Sliding Clips to Refine Position, Dragging Clips to New Locations, and Keeping Linked Clips in Sync
  16. 16. Day 2 Topic Description Lesson 6 Creating Subclips, Adding Markers to Clips, Refining the Edit Process Storyboard Editing, Replacing Edits, and Editing Multicamera Lesson 7 Reconnecting Media, Playing Multiple Formats, Supporting the Editing Process Working with Master Clips, Logging Information in Browser Columns, Finding and Labeling Project Items, Customizing Shortcut Keys and Buttons, Saving and Loading Layouts, and Optimizing User Preferences Lesson 8 Connecting Sources for Capture, Creating a New Capturing Footage Project for Capturing, Previewing and Marking Your Source, Logging Clips, Choosing Clip Settings, Choosing Capture Settings, Choosing Capturing Options, Setting Capture Preferences, and Acquiring Other Media Lesson 9 Evaluating Project Needs, Understanding Applying Transitions Transitions, Viewing Transition Options, Applying Transitions, Modifying and Copying Transitions, Using the Transition Editor, Changing Transition Parameters, Previewing and Rendering Effects Day 3 Topic Description Lesson 10 Preparing the Project, Organizing and Editing Audio Mixing Audio Tracks Tracks, Monitoring and Adjusting Audio Levels, Applying Transitions to Fade Volume, Setting Keyframes to Change Volume, Using the Audio Mixer, Recording a Narration Track, and Importing CD Tracks Lesson 11 Working with Video Generators, Adding a Lower Creating Titles Third, Applying a Boris Title, Creating a Credit Roll, Adding Mattes and Other Generated Items, Building a Composite Opening Title, Using Master Templates, and Working with Graphics Lesson 12 Changing Speed Properties, Creating a Freeze- Changing Motion Properties Frame, Changing Clip Size and Position, Building a Split Screen, and Animating Motion Parameters Lesson 13 Applying and Viewing Filters, Viewing and Applying Filters Modifying Filter Parameters, Applying Audio Filters, Using a Color Correction Filter, and Animating Filters Lesson 14 Detecting Audio Peaks, Adjusting Video Levels for Finishing and Outputting Broadcast, Understanding File Formats, Exporting QuickTime Files, Outputting to Tape, and Backing up Projects For More Information Please visit www.apple.com/software/pro/training © 2007 Apple Inc. All rights reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Final Cut Pro, Final Cut Studio, Mac, Mac OS, Mac OS X Server, and Motion for more information about Apple Pro are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Other products and company names mentioned herein may Training courses and certification. be trademarks of their respective companies. The program specifications are subject to change without notice. August 2007

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