An understanding of the fundamentals of music technology and computer operating systems is desirable before taking this course.
The course will help you to understand why achieving a good recording can not only greatly improve how your tracks sound, but save you time and effort when it comes to the mixing and mastering stages. Whilst a good mix can help a bad recording and good mastering can help a poor mix, your end result will never sound as good as a track that was simply well recorded in the first place. Mixing a good recording is far easier than trying to hammer a bad one into shape; everything sounds right from the beginning and so needs less EQ and Compression to get to “that sound”.
By completing this course, you will:
- Have an awareness of the different types of microphones
- Have an understanding of stereo recording techniques
- Know how to record a full band (Guitar, bass, drums, vocals)
- Be able to apply your knowledge in recording situations
- A detailed resource book which includes explanations/photos of mic positioning
Audient ASP8024 Heritage Edition Mixing Console, Focal SM6 Trio 6 Be 3-way nearfield monitor speakers, Avantone Active MixCube monitor speakers, Avid Pro Tools HD Native, Avid S3 Pro Tools Control Surface, Lexicon PCM91 Multi Effects Processor, UAD 6176 Vintage Channel Strip, UAD Powered Plugins, Antares Autotune Studio + a vast array of high quality mics from manufacturers like Neumann, AKG, Beyer Dynamic, Shure and Audio Tehnica.
Sat/Sun 10am – 5pm
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Should you have any further questions, don’t hesitate to contact us on
020 7328 0222 or email@example.com
- Duration: 2 days
- Location: Kilburn, London
- Day/Time: Sat/Sun 10am – 5pm
- Cost: £290