Need Final Cut Pro training or want to learn Adobe video editing?
Meet Larry Jordan, an internationally-renowned consultant and Apple-Certified trainer with over 35 years experience as a television producer, director and editor with national broadcast and corporate credits. His informative and entertaining teaching style provides video and film editors around the world with unique editing techniques, methods and resources to increase productivity and enhance their skills.
Based in Los Angeles, he’s a member of both the Directors Guild of America and the Producers Guild of America. In addition to his online training and in-person seminars, Jordan writes and edits the FREE, ‘Larry Jordan’s Weekly Final Cut Newsletter’ – now in its eighth year of publishing, which provides essential news and tutorials on a variety of audio and video editing software. He is the author of hundreds of hours of online training and eight books on editing, published by Peachpit Press and Focal Press including his latest, Adobe Premiere Pro Power Tips: Secrets, Shortcuts, and Techniques. He is the winner of multiple awards for his broadcast work, as well as his online training.
To accompany his Final Cut Pro classes, Larry recently expanded his training to include software from Adobe Production Premium CS6 - Audition, Prelude, Story and Encore - as well as Autodesk’s new 2013 iteration of Smoke. So whether you want Final Cut Pro training, more information on Adobe video editing or to find out how the pros use Autodesk Smoke, Larry has what you need.
Jordan is also the executive producer and host of the weekly interactive Internet radio show and podcast, Digital Production BuZZ, covering everything you need to know about digital media, production, post-production and distribution now and in your digital future.
See interview with Larry Jordan about creating good video.
“I have watched every scrap of Adobe Audition CS6 Training imaginable and, if you are trying to learn Audition, Larry Jordan’s Audition Training is the one you want. It is required viewing for the editors of my podcasts (including That Post Show) when they move from Pro Tools to Audition, which they are doing.”
Kanen Flowers, Creative Director, Scruffy.TV