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The Home Recording Course is specifically designed to instill a professional approach to recording in the home studio environment. The fundamental principles covered in this course are the same ones used by professional recording engineers and music producers throughout the recording industry for decades.
This course will translate these professional recording techniques into simple, easy to understand concepts that work perfectly in the home studio environment. Once you have integrated these fundamental principles, the ability to understand and integrate more advanced recording techniques will be a breeze.
The Home Recording Course will provide beginner to intermediate level information. Unless you have spent years working in a professional recording studio environment, this worksop will provide the necessary information you need to create an efficient and productive home recording environment.
CLASS 1: Home Studio Basics Part 1
These lessons get you started by helping you to understand how the gear you work with functions in the studio.
Equipment Basics: Hard Drives
Equipment Basics: Audio Interfaces
Equipment Basics: Microphones
Equipment Basics: Speakers and Headphones
CLASS 2: Home Studio Basics Part 2
This class will teach you how to set up and tune your studio for recording and mixing.
Building a Home Recording Studio
Studio Setup and Configuration
Monitoring - Speakers and Headphones
Understanding Your Hardware and Software
CLASS 3: Basic Recording Techniques
Now that your studio is set up and tuned in, it is time to learn some recording techniques.
Basic Acoustics For Recording
Using External Compressors and EQ
Recording Signal Flow
Preparing for Recording Sessions
CLASS 4: Recording Software
This class focusses on recording software and how it works. The lessons taught here apply to any recording software application.
Software Signal Flow
Organizing Performances - Takes and Tracks
Working With Click Tracks
Recording Other Musicians
Using Software Instruments
CLASS 5: Editing and Plugins
The lessons in this class focus on non-destructive editing and processing with plugins.
Audio Files and Regions
Editing Midi and Software Instruments
Pitch Correction and Plugin Processing
Saving Your Edits
CLASS 6: Mixing in the Home Studio
Once your song is recorded and edited to your satisfaction, it is time to mix. This class will focus on simple, practical mixing techniques and how to apply them.
Setting Up a Mix
Levels, Panning and Subtractive EQ
Compression and Additive EQ
Effects Processing Techniques
Automation and Printing the Final Mix
CLASS 7: Mastering in the Home Studio
Mastering is the final step in the music production process that prepares it for the public. This class will focus on mastering techniques in the home studio.
The Mastering Process
Mastering for CD
Processing Techniques for Mastering
Exporting the Final Master
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