PreSonus Debuts Free Web Tutorial Videos

Baton Rouge, LA (August 24, 2007)--PreSonus has releases two free instructional videos on how to record a song using the manufacturer’s FP10 and FireBox FireWire recording interfaces.
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Baton Rouge, LA (August 24, 2007)--PreSonus has released two free instructional videos on how to record a song using the manufacturer’s FP10 and FireBox FireWire recording interfaces. The Quicktime videos are available on the PreSonus website.

Hosted by Baton Rouge musician Chris LeBlanc, each instructional video is a step-by-step tutorial on how to record a multi-track song using the included Cubase LE 4 recording software with the PreSonus FireWire interface. Each video begins with setting the song tempo and recording a guide/scratch track. “Keeper tracks” are then recorded to separate tracks in Cubase LE 4 including drums, bass guitar, keyboards and vocals. The videos end with mixing the song to a stereo WAV file to burn to a CD or distribute online.

PreSonus currently has more than 15 video podcasts, which can be accessed at the site; the company also hosts a YouTube channel under the username “presonusaudio.”

“We want PreSonus.com to be a place where people go to learn about recording and music creation,” says director of marketing Brad Zell.

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