Udemy.com – Learn Compression: The Beginners Guide to Mixing! [Tutorial, ENG]

By | May 19, 2019


Year of release : 2015
Manufacturer : Udemy.com
Manufacturer site : www.udemy.com/learn-compression-mixing/
Posted by : Ian Sutton
Duration : 03:30:00
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : Compressors are the most mysterious of all studio processors, and yet they are one of the most important in modern music production. Whether recording, mixing, mastering, live sound, broadcasting, or podcasts, you should know how to use compressors. In this class, you will learn the basics of information with compression.
It is a great recording experience.
Compressors are the most mysterious of all studio processes. If you are recording, mixing, mastering, live sound, broadcast, or podcasts In this class you’ll learn how to mix with compression.
It is a great idea to record a mix / mix. We will teach you what you can and can use your ears. We’ll also show you the compressor / instrument combinations to get the genre specific sounds. Because compressors are the most complex and abundant studio dynamics processors, that’s where you spend most of our time.


Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction 01:32
Lecture 2 Welcome: Getting Started
Section 2: The Basics
Lecture 3 What are Dynamics Processors? 12:16
Lecture 4 Compression Basics 08:41
Lecture 5 Compressor Controls 14:46
Lecture 6 Advanced Compressor Contorls 23:21
Lecture 7 Types of Compressors 28:07
Section 3: Using Compressors
Lecture 8 Setting the Compressor 21:18
Lecture 9 Kick, Snare and Toms 26:16
Lecture 10 Overheads and Room Mics 15:27
Lecture 11 Drums Bus 04:56
Lecture 12 Clean Electric Bass 12:04
Lecture 13 Synth Bass 05:20
Lecture 14 Acoustic Guitar 07:13
Lecture 15 Vocals Part 1a (Easy) 07:08
Lecture 16 Vocals Part 1b (Easy) 08:46
Lecture 17 Vocals Part 2 (Aggressive) 04:31
Section 4: Conclusion
Lecture 18 Conclusion

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 1 325 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 48.0 KHz, ~ 56.5 Kbps, 2 channels


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