ADSR Sounds Mixing With Your Eyes TUTORiAL
Mixing With Your Eyes – How To Use Metering Plugins
Learn How To Use Metering And Visualising Plugins To Achieve Accurate Results
I know what you might be thinking, why would you ever mix with your eyes when music and mixing is an auditory experience. Even though this idea may seem counterintuitive, it is actually one of the best ways to improve the quality of your mixes.
In this course, Echo Sound Works shows you how to use metering plugins to improve the quality of your mixes. At over an hour long (broken up into 8 individual sections) you will learn how to read and use numerous types of metering plugins to help with low end frequencies, Stereo Imaging and mix fullness.
ADSR Sounds Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL
In a world dominated by stereo listening environments, headphones, two monitor sets, car stereos etc., there still is great importance in getting your mixes to sound good in both Mono and Stereo. If you’re an EDM artist and want your tracks played out live, you will need to have a good mono mix because that’s how those live systems are set up for playback.
In this course Echo Sound Works will teach you how to create a mix that sounds good in mono and also how to improve the quality of your stereo mixes using mono referencing.
The course is broken up into 8 individual sections covering everything you need to know about monophonic vs stereophonic sounds.
PART 1- Introduction - This video simply lays out the rest of the course.
PART 2 - Monophonic Vs. Stereophonic - There is more of difference between these two concepts than just how many perceived channels we hear audio on. Mono and Stereo are an integral part of any mix and knowing when and why to make some tracks mono or more mono compatible can actually really help your stereo mixes come to life.
PART 3 - Referencing Your Mix In Mono - This video talks about a few techniques that will let you actually hear wants happening in your monophonically.
PART 4 - Monophonic Mix Elements - This video outlines what elements (like what type of tracks/instruments) should be in mono or at least treated to be mono compatible.
PART 5 - Stereophonic Mix Elements - This video details what types of instruments or sounds should be kept in Stereo so your mixes sound commercially viable.
PART 6 - Addressing Low End Elements - This video will show you how to mix and treat the low end instruments of a mix for better mono compatibility and improved stereo image.
PART 7 - Addressing High End Elements - This section will show you how to improve your mono compatibility in regards tot he high end instruments in your mix, things like hi hats, noises, synths etc.
PART 8 - Wider Mono Tracks - This video will show you 5 great tips and tricks to get wider mono tracks in your stereo mix.
ADSR Sounds Echo Sounds Work Mixing For The Kick TUTORiAL
It’s every producer and mix engineer’s worse nightmare – you’ve got a stunning vocal and the perfect lead mixed into a killer drop. It’s all coming along great but then there’s that super sad kick that sucks all the energy out of the dancefloor…
It’s time to wake up and learn to make the kind of music you dream about. Get some fresh perspectives on how to mix for the kick with this 8-part video course presented by Echo Sound Works.
In just over an hour you will learn to manipulate the various elements of your track to energize the kick and allow it to drive your track.
PART 1 – Introduction - This video briefly covers the course topics.
PART 2 – Mixing Philosophy - This video talks about classic mixing engineer’s philosophy and how it can apply in the modern digital age.
PART 3 – Defining The Low End - In this section, we look at how to define the low end of your mix in regards to the kick and the bass and how they affect each other.
PART 4 – Gain Staging The Kick - This video will discuss how to properly gain stage your kick with both peak and RMS levels.
Making the Kick King
PART 5 – Panning Around Center - It might sound weird, but the whole reason we pan things is to strengthen the center of our mixes. When you think like this, you can use panning to improve the quality of your kick.
PART 6 – Envelope Shaping - This video offers some really unique uses for Envelope shaping.
PART 7 – Offsetting Values - A fairly basic technique, but when used in the right context it can be a powerful way of opening up the mix for the kick.
PART 8 – Ducking & Side Chaining - Saved the best for last, these two techniques can be used in almost every song you work on to help make the kick bigger and punchier.
Udemy Learn to mix with your ears, not your eyes TUTORiAL
From setup to mix templates, this course will walk you through what you need to know in order to speed up your mixing
Learn how to mix and master your music using a dedicated hardware/software solution with your DAW.
Mix with your ears, not your eyes
Learn Console 1 workflow
Build faster mixes with SSL plugins
Find and address problems in a mix
Learn to create custom channel strips
Build a proven mixing template
A Powerful Skill at Your Fingertips
Learning the Console 1 workflow helps speed up your workflow and very useful tool at your fingertips. The SSL 4000 has been used on most grammy-winning records in history. Learn how to use this sound on your mixes. Submit better sounding mixes to your clients.
Content and Overview
Suitable for beginning engineers, through this course, you'll learn the fundamentals of mixing on the Console 1 system. This is a dedicated "analog-desk" mixer for your DAW. It bundles the SSL 4000 E plugin which has been used on more grammy-winning records than all other SSL consoles.
Starting with the hardware overview and setup, this course will take you through setting up your first mixing template. A template you can use over and over on any mixing session, allowing you to focus on mixing with your ears, not your eyes.
With these basics mastered, the course will take you through customizing and saving channel strips for use in later projects.
Students completing the course will have the knowledge to create entire mixes using the Console 1 with SSL 4000 E software.
ADSR Courses Walkthrough and Sound Design With Fabfilter Plugins TUTORiAL
The folks behind Fabfilter have done a great job of making some dynamic and powerful plugins that can give a serious boost to the way your productions sound. Elegantly designed, its easy to get up and running with the software on a superficial level. But why stop there? There’s more enough power under the hood for you to go deep and start using Fabfilter plugins more creatively and intuitively – this course shows you how.
Get a complete walkthrough of all the features and functions and, more importantly, how to use them to enhance mixing, production and sound design skills.
Seize the opportunity to make fabfilter’s plugins work for you with numerous exercises covering topics such as EQ, Compression, multi band compression, expansion, distortion, creative delay and filtering.
Kadenze Sound Production in Ableton Live for Musicians and Artists Session 9 TUTORiAL
This course provides hands-on experience in producing, mixing, and sound design with a digital audio workstation. Students will learn the fundamentals (physics) of sound and digital audio, proper gain staging, where and how distortion enters recordings and mixes, how to set levels and panning, effective sub group mixing, and an introduction to signal processing such as equalization, compression, delay, and reverb. In addition to core audio and mixing concepts, students will learn various production techniques, such as sequencing, arranging, automation, using virtual instruments (e.g. synths, samplers, and drum machine plugins), working with MIDI, plugin formats such as VST/Audio-Units, and mapping digital USB controllers for the studio and live performance.
The material covered in this course will range from the foundations of producing music and sound design, to more advanced topics such as Ableton "racks" (Audio Effect Racks, MIDI Effect Racks, Instrument Racks, and Drum Racks), multi-band effects processing, advanced modulation, warping, time-stretching, and mangling audio, as well as taking advantage of Live's audio analysis tools for extracting grooves, melody, harmony, and drums from recorded sound.
Bobby Owsinski 101 Mixing Tricks Module 5 TUTORiAL
Are Your Mixes Dull And Boring?
Do Your Mixes Lack That "Pro" Sound?
Then my 101 Mixing Tricks coaching program is just the thing
to help you take your mixes to the next level.
It’s important to know the fundamentals of mixing, but sometimes you just need to pull out a sonic trick or two to make that mix just jump out of the speakers. That’s why I created the 101 Mixing Tricks video coaching program.
In it you’ll find 101 big studio mixing tricks that the A-list pros use that not many people know about, but can be easily applied to any small or home studio mixing situation to make your mixes hold up against what's coming from the major labels.
I’ve been collecting these tricks for years from great mixers like Elliot Scheiner, Ed Cherney, Ken Scott, Andrew Scheps, Dave Pensado and many more, and now you can watch the step by step process as I set each one up so you can easily do it yourself afterwards.
If you're familiar with my Mixing Engineer's Handbook or Audio Mixing Bootcamp books, or my courses on Lynda.com, you know that I'm really good at breaking down what can sometimes be a complex subject into something that's very easy to understand, and that's exactly what you'll find here.
And just to put your mind at ease, here are a couple of things to remember:
In the vast majority of tricks, you won’t need any special or expensive plugins. I'll show you how to make them work with just the native processors built into your DAW.
These tricks are platform agnostic, so they'll work on any DAW app, and even on an analog or digital console!
The 101 Mixing Tricks Online Coaching Program Consists Of:
Module 5 Checklists
#86 The Multiband Vocal EQ Trick
#87 The Dual Compressed Vocal Trick
#88 The Awesome Airy Vocal Trick
#89 The Dual Untimed Slap Trick
#90 The Single Word Delay Trick
#91 The Amazing Agro Vocal Trick Trick
#92 The Super Stereo Vocal Delay Trick
#93 The Pitchy Vocal Coverup Trick
#94 The Pitchy Vocal Coverup Trick Take 2
#95 The Sci-Fi Robot Voice Trick
#96 The Dynamically Dry Vocal Trick
#97 The Abbey Road ADT Vocal Trick
#98 The Mono Spring Vocal Trick
#99 The Big Background Pan Trick
#100 The Expanding Energy Background Trick
#101 The Large And Thick Background Trick