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Pro Tools for Musicians and Songwriters by Gina Fant-Saez

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A. Help Yourself

As you learn Pro Tools, it’s important to have a variety of resources that you can tap into when you have problems or questions. In this appendix, I’ll give you a list of Web sites and online resources that I use when I have problems. We’ll also take a look at ways to make backup copies of important files.

Google It First!

I find Google.com to be the best resource for anything I’m looking to do. I’ve mentioned using Google throughout this book. If I get an error code or forget how to do something, I type into Google exactly what I’m looking for. The key to using Google successfully is to type in as much information as you have. For example, let’s say I want to learn how to export an mp3 file from Pro Tools. If I type just “mp3 ...

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