You are on page 1of 11

  ART CENTER  MUSIC  FLUTE FOR DUMMIES CHEAT SHEET

CHEAT SHEET

FLUTE FOR DUMMIES CHEAT SHEET


From Flute For Dummies

By Karen Evans Moratz

To successfully play the ute, you need to master hand and nger placement. Whether
you’re a complete novice to the ute or have some experience on the instrument, always
have a basic ngering guide with you to ensure that you’re playing the correct notes on
your ute.

MASTER FLUTE FINGER PLACEMENT

This gure tells you the standard code used in most ute ngering charts and diagrams
for the ngers of your right and left hands — those that depress the ute’s keys. The
gure also tells you your ngers’ home positions on the ute.
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by
The right-hand thumb isn’t listed because its job is solely to balance the ute, not to
depress any of the ute’s keys. The gure of the ute on the left correlates with the
standard ngering diagram on the right to tell you which of the ute’s keys are
represented in which speci c places on the ngering chart.

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
BASIC FLUTE FINGERING CHART
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

This chart provides you with the basic ngerings for all the notes on the ute. Print out the
illustrations if you want a handy reference during your music making!

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
  ART CENTER  MUSIC  PRO TOOLS ALL-IN-ONE FOR DUMMIES CHEAT SHEET

CHEAT SHEET

PRO TOOLS ALL-IN-ONE FOR DUMMIES


CHEAT SHEET
From Pro Tools All-In-One For Dummies, 4th Edition

By Je Strong

Pro Tools is an audio and Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) recording program.
Aside from recording audio and MIDI tracks, you can use Pro Tools to tweak your
recordings to a high level of detail, clarity, and accuracy, using some of the most powerful
editing functions available. You also get excellent mixing capabilities that help you mix
your tracks together, EQ (equalize) them, and apply e ects. Get the most out of Pro Tools
by knowing how to use its keyboard shortcuts to control your music from start to nish.

PRO TOOLS KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS FOR CREATING, PLAYING, AND


RECORDING A NEW TRACK

Recording audio is what Pro Tools does best (well, that and editing it). This article guides
you through the keyboard shortcuts for creating and recording a new track, as well as
playing it back.

To create a new track: Press Apple Command+N (Mac) or Ctrl+N (PC).


SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by
To start or stop playing a session: Press the spacebar.

To enable tracks to record:

To record-enable a single track: Click the Record Enable button in either the track’s
channel strip (in the Mix window) or the track menu (in the Edit window). The button
blinks red when engaged.

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
To record-enable all tracks: Option-click (Mac) or Alt-click (PC) the Record Enable button
on any track.

To record-enable selected tracks: Shift-click to select the tracks you want in the playlist
and then Shift+Option-click (Mac) or Shift+Alt-click (PC) the Record Enable button for
one of the selected tracks.

To start recording in your session (instead of clicking Record and then Play):

Press the F12 key.

Press Apple command+spacebar (Mac) or Ctrl+spacebar (PC).

If you have the Number Keypad mode set to Transport in the Operations tab of the
Preferences dialog box, press the 3 of the numeric keypad. Choose
Setup→Preferences from the main menu to access the Preferences dialog box.

To stop recording the session: Press the spacebar.

To place a track in Record Safe mode: Apple command-click (Mac) or Ctrl-click (PC) the
Record Enable button for the track.

To place all tracks in Record Safe mode: Apple command+Option-click (Mac) or


Ctrl+Alt-click (PC) the Record Enable button for any track.

To toggle between Record modes (Non-destructive, Destructive, Loop,


QuickPunch): Control-click (Mac) or right-click (PC) the Record button in the Transport
window.

To enter and exit recording while in QuickPunch Record mode (while the session
plays): Press Apple command+spacebar (Mac) or Ctrl+spacebar (PC).

To set and enable a pre-roll: Option-click (Mac) or Alt-click (PC) the track’s playlist where
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by
you want to put the pre-roll.

To set and enable a post-roll: Option-click (Mac) or Alt-click (PC) the track’s playlist
where you want to put the post-roll.

To stop recording and cancel a take: Press Apple command+. (period; Mac) or Alt+.
(period; PC).

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
PRO TOOLS KEYBOARD SHORTCUTS FOR MAKING SELECTIONS,
EDITING, AND ZOOMING

Changing a recorded track used to be a messy, inexact, time-consuming process that


many engineers weren’t very good at. Even the steadiest hands couldn’t come close to the
accuracy and variety now available (to even the clumsiest) through digital editing.

You don’t even have to move your mouse too much to speed up your work; Pro Tools
o ers keyboard shortcuts for many common functions, including selection, editing, and
zooming.

To make a selection while your session plays:

Press the down arrow to set the selection’s start point.

Press the up arrow to set the selection’s end point.

To nudge a selection’s start point:

Press Option+Shift+– (minus key; Mac) or Alt+Shift+– (minus key; PC).

To nudge a selection’s end point:

Press Apple command+Shift+– (minus key; Mac) or Ctrl+Shift+– (minus key; PC).

To change the nudge value:

Press Apple command+Option++ (plus key on the numeric keypad; Mac) or Ctrl+Alt++
(plus key on the numeric keypad; PC) for more nudge value.

Press Apple command+Option+– (minus key on the number section of keyboard; Mac)
or Ctrl+Alt+– (minus key on the numeric keypad; PC) for less nudge.

To choose Edit modes:

SPONSORED
Shu STORIES
e: Press F1. Recommended by

Slip: Press F2.

Spot: Press F3.

Grid: Press F4.

To choose
How business talksEdit
led…Tools: My eyes dont hurt…
Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
Zoom: Press F5.

Trimmer: Press F6.

Selector: Press F7.

Grabber: Press F8.

Scrubber: Press F9.

Pencil: Press F10.

Smart Tool: Press F6 and F7 simultaneously.

To select Zoom presets:

Preset #1: Press Control+1 (Mac) or Windows key+1 (PC).

Preset #2: Press Control+2 (Mac) or Windows key+2 (PC).

Preset #3: Press Control+3 (Mac) or Windows key+3 (PC).

Preset #4: Press Control+4 (Mac) or Windows key+4 (PC).

Preset #5: Press Control+5 (Mac) or Windows key+5 (PC).

To change the grid value:

Press Control+Option++ (plus key on the numeric keypad; Mac) or


Start/Windows+Alt++ (plus key on the number pad; PC) to increase grid value.

Press Control+Option+– (minus key on the numeric keypad; Mac) or Windows


key+Alt+– (minus key on the numeric keypad; PC) to decrease grid value.
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com
SPONSORED STORIES Recommended by

How business talks led… My eyes dont hurt…


Nikkei Asian Review www.eyesightinfocare.com