Get ready to move beyond the stage of simply ripping audio from CDs to the more creative ends of digital music production. The sheer volume and variety of computer-based production techniques can often seem daunting. Digital Music Making for Teens eases beginning musicians through that first crucial step into the larger world of digital production as it guides you through the process of building musical productions. This comprehensive, hands-on book covers not only the big picture, but also dives deep into each task, showing you how to use multiple tools to get the job done. Combine your need for artistic expression with a solid education and start your music making off on the right track. Features:
Perfect for any teen that wants to get started in musical creation
Covers how to turn the power of the PC towards digital production , composing, editing and mixing
Written in a conceptual and result-based tone that is very accessible to new teen musicians
Discusses how to make the most music with the least expense using the most common computer platform and hardware
Includes a CD-ROM which contains tutorial materials as well as trial versions of software needed to complete this book" s exercises. ©2004. Book & CD-ROM, 352 pages.