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Adobe Audition CC
by Adobe Creative Team, Craig Anderton

The fastest, easiest, most comprehensive way to learn Adobe Audition CC

Classroom in a Book®, the best-selling series of hands-on software training workbooks, offers what no other book or training program does–an official training series from Adobe Systems Incorporated, developed with the support of Adobe product experts.

Adobe Audition CC Classroom in a Book contains 15 lessons (and one bonus lesson on www.peachpit.com) that cover the basics, providing countless tips and techniques to help you become more productive with the program. You can follow the book from start to finish or choose only those lessons that interest you.

Purchasing this book gives you access to the downloadable lesson files you need to work through the projects in the book, and to electronic book updates covering new features that Adobe releases for Creative Cloud customers. For
access, go to www.peachpit.com/redeem and redeem the unique code provided inside this book.

“The Classroom in a Book series is by far the best training material on the market. Everything you need to master the software is included: clear explanations of each lesson, step-bystep instructions, and the project files forthe students.”

Barbara Binder,
Adobe Certified Instructor
Rocky Mountain Training


Bloody Banquet
by Leod D. Fitz

It’s been a while since Walter prevented a coup by a psychopathic neckbiter, and all he wants to do now is get back to life as usual. But vampires don’t forget, and they never forgive, so when some monsters he’s never met before think that Walter is hiding something he’s never heard of before, it’s a pretty safe bet that he knows who’s behind it. Unfortunately for this ghoul, knowing who’s responsible and being able to do something about it are two very different things.

A Fortunate Age
by Joanna Smith Rakoff

Like The Group, Mary McCarthy’s classic tale about coming of age in New York, Joanna Smith Rakoff ‘s richly drawn and immensely satisfying first novel details the lives of a group of Oberlin graduates whose ambitions and friendships threaten to unravel as they chase their dreams, shed their youth, and build their lives in Brooklyn during the late 1990s and the turn of the twenty-first century.

There’s Lil, a would-be scholar whose marriage to an egotistical writer initially brings the group back together (and ultimately drives it apart); Beth, who struggles to let go of her old beau Dave, a onetime piano prodigy trapped by his own insecurity; Emily, an actor perpetually on the verge of success — and starvation — who grapples with her jealousy of Tal, whose acting career has taken off. At the center of their orbit is wry, charismatic Sadie Peregrine, who coolly observes her friends’ mistakes but can’t quite manage to avoid making her own. As they begin their careers, marry, and have children, they must navigate the shifting dynamics of their friendships and of the world around them.

Set against the backdrop of the vast economic and political changes of the era — from the decadent age of dot-com millionaires to the sobering post-September 2001 landscape — Smith Rakoff’s deeply affecting characters and incisive social commentary are reminiscent of the great Victorian novels. This brilliant and ambitious debut captures a generation and heralds the arrival of a bold and important new writer.


Promoting Innovation in Developing Countries
by Jean-Eric Aubert

Facilitating and responding to the emergence of grass-root needs at the local level is also essential. Support to entrepreneurs and local communities should be primarily provided in matching grant forms to facilitate the mobilization of local resources and ownership. It is of primary importance to pay the greatest attention to country specificities, not only in terms of development level, size, and specialization, but also in terms of administrative and cultural traditions. At the global level, major issues need also to be considered and dealt with by appropriate incentives and regulations: the role of foreign direct investment in developing countries’ technological development, conditions of technologies’ patenting and licensing, the North-South research asymmetry, and brain drain trends.

Living with Depression
by Facts On File, Incorporated

Examines the consequences of day-to-day life, where to go for help and features real-life examples of people struggling with depression.

Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding
by Constantin Zopounidis, Michael Doumpos, Nikolaos F. Matsatsinis, Evangelos Grigoroudis

The changes in the technological and business environment have complicated the nature of the decision-making process in real-world problems, thus motivating the development of new operations research (OR) methodologies. The traditional OR context is usually based on a single objective approach using profit (cost) maximisation (minimisation) criteria. However, it is now widely acknowledged that such an approach overlooks additional factors which are also highly relevant in a decision-making context. This book presents the recent advances to the theory of multicriteria analysis, covering all its major aspects in a unique edited volume.

Aequana
by Linda Mooney

John Eagletalon had no idea what the government intended when it assigned him to its latest secret project – an icy blonde beauty with a miraculous ability. All he knew was that he owed Uncle Sam fourteen more months of his life, and if it meant being this woman’s partner and bodyguard until he’d paid his dues, he’d find a way to endure the ordeal. Until he discovered what the government had been doing to her. And at the same time, discovered he was falling hopelessly in love with her. Now it’s no longer a matter of protecting her. It’s a matter of keeping her out of their clutches. And making her his.