Pro Tools for The Beginner
What you'll learn
- Perform basic audio editing, recording and mixing functions in Pro Tools
- Maneuver Pro Tools software more effortlessly
- Students who take this course should be able to use a computer. Mac or PC is fine.
This course is designed for students that are new to Pro Tools, and want to quickly and easily get up and running in the software. Pro Tools is the Industry Standard audio program that is used to record, edit, and mix countless Songs and Albums, Movie Soundtracks and Audio, Audiobooks, and much, much more. This course will help the student begin to record, mix, and edit sound and music quickly, without the headache of an otherwise steep learning curve. Enjoy the course!
Who this course is for:
- Musicians, Songwriters, Producers, Engineers and Artists who want to use Pro Tools to work on music and sound.
Over a decade of music industry experience and Multiple Gold and Platinum RIAA Awards.
Wyatt Oates started playing guitar and bass at an early age of 14. He soon joined numerous bands and developed a passion for writing and recording songs. Wyatt eventually went on to attend Full Sail University, graduating in 2004 with honors and an Associate of Science Degree in Recording Arts.
He quickly found a home in Atlanta, GA, landing at Tree Sound Studios, rapidly working his way up to Senior Producer/Engineer. He worked side by side with such producers as Andre Benjamin, Ed Roland, Brian Michael Cox, Jazze Pha, David Tickle, Shawn Garrett and many more (see client list). This enabled him to perfect his craft of making records from the initial conception and vision, all the way through to the finish.
During this time, Wyatt worked with Tanner Hendon they began producing and writing tracks, creating music, lyrics and full songs.
They formed MadRex Productions and started running and maintaining Madison Studios in Chamblee, GA. They began producing such bands as Reynolds & Williams Band, Sydney Elouise Ward, Hero The Band, Brother Grey, The Future Babes and Chelsea Shag.
Wyatt’s success has also made him a highly sought after industry speaker, and he has started teaching production and mixing classes at SAE Institute in Atlanta, GA. Wyatt explains, “I want to give back and help students get the opportunity to get into a large studio with A-List artists.”
Audio Instructor at Atlanta Institute of Music and Media
BBA, Florida International University
Avid Certified Pro Tools Instructor
Waves Audio Certified
Certified Higher Education Professional from NASASPS
I have been involved in the music industry for 17 years, and engineering (recording and mixing) for 12 years. Originally, I started out as a musician before becoming involved behind the scenes in recording studios. I have worked in many different genres of music through the years, and I am a voting member for the Grammy Awards.