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Pro Tools S6 Advanced Mixing Workflows (Train-the-Trainer)

  • Wednesday, August 2, 2017  -  Friday, August 4, 2017

Space is limited.  
Sign up now to reserve your place in Pro Tools Advanced Mixing Workflows (Train-the-Trainer).


The Advanced Pro Tools | S6 Mixing Workflows Educator Workshop uses a practical classroom course to give hands-on experience of this highly configurable control surface. This course moves through the basics of setting up and assigning the S6 modules, configuring the console with Pro Tools software, and advanced navigation and automation workflows, giving you an in-depth understanding of techniques which can be applied to gain more operational efficiency. This course will lead you through to Avid Certified Expert Pro Tools | S6 Certification.


This course is designed for educators with intermediate control surface skills.


  • All courses and exams leading up to and including the Pro Tools Operator certification


By the end of this course, you will:

  • Gain an in-depth overview of Pro Tools | S6 and integration/operation of the Master Module
  • Understand how to navigate IO and routing assignments
  • Work with panning, sends, inserts, and plug-ins
  • Comprehend the editorial functions and techniques offered by S6
  • Discover advanced navigation and session management techniques
  • Learn automation functionality and advanced automation workflows
  • Review the S6 Soft keys and the Soft Key Editor


Practical classroom section - 24 hours


This course is scheduled to coincide with the 2017 Avid Learning Partner Summit of the Americas (West) -- no additional fee!
Register for the Summit here:  https://www.onlineregistrationcenter.com/2017-ALPSummit-AMER-West

Contact Information
Bryan Castle
University of California, Los Angeles
Los Angeles, CA 90095
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