Zoom R24/R8 Tutorial219
Learning how to take your new Zoom R24 or R8 to the next level has never been easier thanks to the official Zoom R24 / R8 Combo DVD Video Tutorial.
Special Notes section on the R8
Zoom took the incredibly successful R16 and turbocharged it with world class production tools like a drum machine and sampler...and added 8 more tracks too! With 24 tracks and 8 track simultaneous record, this may be the only piece of recording gear you need.
Not only is it a rock solid stand alone multitrack recorder, it's also a 24 bit 96K high quality I/O audio interface and control surface so you can remotely start/stop and control your faders on your favorite audio application like the included Cubase Le.
Zoom also recently released the R8, the little brother to the R24. This DVD covers the operation of both models.
This comprehensive training DVD taught by David Wills (Michael Jackson, Whitney Houston, Phil Collins and Diana Ross) goes over every detail of your new Zoom R24 and R8 with over 2 and a half hours of up close personal instruction.
Take your recording skills to the next level and pick up the official Zoom R24 / R8 DVD today!
SPECIAL NOTES SECTION ON THE R8
Front Panel Overview
YOUR FIRST RECORDING
What is Multitracking?
Creating a Song
Recording to a Rhythm Guide
Recording an Acoustic Guitar
Overdubbing a Bass Guitar
Overdubbing a Vocal
Playback and Mixing
Perform a Punch
Using Insert Effects
SAMPLER RHYTHM FUNCTIONS
Playing Rhythm Patterns
Recording Rhythm Patterns
Mixing down your Song
Connecting a Computer
Using as an I/O
Using as a Control Surface
David’s videos are clear and even if you don’t make music, fun to watch.
Great course, far easier than reading the manual and far better organised with a lot of extra tips and tricks into the bargain
I bought this course, because I was already familiar with David's work after purchasing the Boss DR-880 tutorial. The Zoom R24/8 tutorial follows the same guidelines, Simple, easy to understand explanations. David goes about this in a methodical way, pointing out all the important things, as well as those that are not in the manual. I like the shortcuts, and hidden features he uncovers. You won’t find anything this in depth on YouTube. More than worth what he charges. Also David is very quick to answer any questions, and takes suggestions. These tutorials are time and money well spent.
Fantastic stuff. Thorough, well organized, and cheerfully presented. I highly recommend it, and will definitely be checking out David's other courses.
Zoom R24/R8 Tutorial
The Zoom R24 tutorial from ProAudio is exactly what I needed. Nicely done, easy to understand and well organized. If you own a Zoom R24 you need this tutorial.
The DVD was really helpful to learn the functions of the Zoom R8 quickly. I had never used anything like the R8 before and the Zoom R24/R8 Tutorial had clear explanations and demonstrations. I felt pretty comfortable using the R8. The only thing I wish was that the tutorial was on-line rather than a DVD.
I watched the Zoom R24/R8 Tutorial right through and then started my first project . Right away I was able to apply things I`d just learned.As I move forward an come across new challenges I use the Tut. easy to follow and progress thanks David
I bought this course because I had a Zoom R24 sitting on a shelf unused because it is a rather daunting task to get to grips with all the features. David Wills turns what most would find difficult into an enjoyable and easy to understand process. I've watched a great deal of his work on Youtube but the course is broader and more focused . He is a master of communication and it is llittle wonder that he is at the top of his profession. I am tempted by his other courses and can see how improvements can be made even to the music made by complete amateurs.
I have watched a few videos made by David in the past and have had a Zoom 24 sitting in a box for 12months unused and sadly neglected . This course has, I hope, altered that and with the brilliant teaching of David I will be able to multitrack with various instruments over backing tracks . I am intrigued by many other features which are very clearly explained and David helps to unravel the enormous ability of the machine . In truth if you spend a lot of money on equipment to leave it unused on the shelf , why not pay a little extra for a course and learn from a real expert how to use the gear . That would be common sense . Thanks David .