You may know how to use a compressor, EQ, and have a stable grasp on your mixing workflow. Great! Now it's time to broaden your knowledge and learn some new techniques from a seasoned professional. This video series is here to help you expand your knowledge of mixing and find new ways to incorporate a new workflow into your audio production.
This course is designed to show you different scenarios of approaching your audio production workflow. Each video in this course will show you a new technique that is used here at Shine On Studio to mix or master audio for a professional result. Obviously, the outcome will be dependent on the source material that you are working on, but you will gain insight into how to approach your workflow in a new manner. I've been developing and using these techniques for over 20 years and have developed a reputation for having a unique style of producing and editing audio. Now it's time for me to share these concepts with you so that you may be able to start working on developing own style of production. Please feel free to combine techniques shown in these videos and then develop your new ideas to customize your production.
I will be using Pro Tools as my primary DAW in this course. The concepts and techniques can be used in the DAW that you are currently working on. I will occasionally discuss Pro Tools terms and techniques, but that will not be the main focus of this course.
This isn't a standard mixing class, so beginners may have difficulty with some of the terminology. I will do my best to give clear explanations of all the techniques that are demonstrated in this course.
What will you learn in this course?
You will learn some alternative ways to mix. This course doesn't demonstrate mixing from scratch.
Who should take this course?
Anyone seeking to learn more about audio production.
You should have a basic understanding and the terms associated with audio production.