Grooveboxmusic.com Announces Pro Tools Tips and Tricks with Kenny Gioia

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Thursday November 30, 2006
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Grooveboxmusic.com Announces “Pro Tools Tips and Tricks with Kenny Gioia”

Grooveboxmusic.com, the premiere online pro audio training provider has announced a new Pro Tools training product entitled “Pro Tools Tips and Tricks with Kenny Gioia”. Containing 40 video tutorials and running over 3 hours in length, the collection of video tutorials covers topics such as Mixing, Production and Utilities. This collection reveals techniques used by professional Pro Tools engineer Kenny Gioia, to get great sounding tracks, create tight loops and rhythm parts, and shows you cool effects and utility tricks to get the most out of your Pro Tools sessions...

Just some of the tutorial videos on “Pro Tools Tips and Tricks with Kenny Gioia”:

• Beat Detective Collection Mode • Kick Drum Replacement • Snare Drum Replacement • Stuttering Guitars • Scratching in Pro Tools • Recording Background Vocals • Comping Vocals • Using Mono Delays • Wah-Wah Effect • Advanced Markers • Making a Vocoder • De-Essing Vocals

“Pro Tools Tips and Tricks with Kenny Gioia” is available for purchase right now on CD-ROM or as an Instant Digital Download directly from www.grooveboxmusic.com.

The product will ship no later than July 1st and a money saving pre-sale is going on now. Order yours before the ship date for only $39.99, which is a 20% savings of the regular price!

You may also purchase an online membership to view Kenny’s tutorials exclusively for $14.99 a month.

Additionally, Groovebox is offering several full-version videos from Kenny’s collection FREE via their website. Only a quick moment is needed to sign up for the “G-Pass Free” which allows instant access to these high quality, in-depth training videos and others about today’s most popular DAW and pro audio topics all absolutely FREE with NO credit card info required.

Groovebox training product highlights include:

• Training available for all levels of audio software users?• Easy to understand tutorials written by experts and real world users?• Videos organized into categories for easy searching and viewing?• Large viewing screen with CD quality audio?• Simple to use interface that works on Mac OSX and Windows XP?• No installation required - just double-click and learn

Visit www.grooveboxmusic.com for more info.

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