Ask Video Mix Master 201 Mixing Dance Music Advanced TUTORiAL
MixMaster Daniel Wyatt is back with an exceptional, follow-up advanced course that dives deep into mixing with FX! Learn plug-in tips and tricks that’ll improve and add sparkle to you electronic music mixes in this in-depth, 25-tutorial course.
In many ways, it’s all about the plugins, and nobody knows how to unleash the power of plugin FX than electronic music mixer and mastering engineer Daniel Wyatt. This course, shot live with Danny in the studio, explains how the magical and sometimes unexpectedly creative use of plugins can make all the difference in EDM mixing, or any kind of mix, that is looking to push the limits of creativity.
See how Daniel applies delay, in several different ways, to add life and energy. Learn about unusual applications of de-essing to isolate and control all kinds of non-vocal tracks. Then, watch how he applies compression and multi-band dynamics processors to enhance the sonic power of all kinds of instruments. The second half of this course zooms in on Danny’s creative use of saturation, modulation FX and more!
So whether you're into EDM, rock or pop, learn the art of mixing from the master himself… expert educator and engineer Daniel Wyatt!
Ask Video Dance Music Masters 302 Miro Pajic More Inside Info TUTORiAL
Dance music master Miro Pajic is back giving up a bunch of his favorite electronic music production tips. Get that saturated analog sound, create dramatic rhythms, textures and more. It’s all here right in this course!
It’s often a lot of little things that make the difference between a good track and a great one. In this course, Miro Pajic assembles some more of his favorite production tips that inspire you to take your dance tracks to a higher level.
You learn how to give your tracks that analog saturated vibe while keeping the punch. Miro then explores side chain compression, stacked FX returns and creative automation techniques. From there, you see how he makes absolutely anything into rhythm tracks, unique sound sequences and complex textures.
There seems to be no end to the intense creativity that electronic music producer and composer, Miro Pajic can concoct! So learn his techniques, see him in action and, most of all, experience the powerful potential of electronic music in the hands of a master dance music producer!
Ask Video 12 Essential Mastering Tips Ozone 7 TUTORiAL
In this advanced Ozone 7 mastering course, you get 14 tutorials filled with exceptional advice by mastering engineer Daniel Wyatt. No beginner stuff. Just concise, expert tips that’ll take your masters to the next level. Don’t miss it!
Daniel Wyatt is a world-class mastering engineer. Tracks that pass through his studio come out the other side with extreme clarity, punch and warmth. How does he get those results? Watch this course and find out. What makes these tutorials really shine is the fact that Daniel is also an engaging instructor. And, he has that rare ability to explore complicated processes and make them crystal clear.
This course has added two-for-one value: You not only learn the ins-and-outs of iZotope’s Ozone 7 but you also get all kinds of firmly established mastering techniques that you can then apply to just about any mastering situation.
So learn mastering and then "master” the subtleties of iZotope’s Ozone 7 at the same time in this expertly conceived and thoughtfully presented course by Daniel Wyatt.
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.
Ask Video MixMaster 101 Mixing Dance Music Essentials TUTORiAL
Mixing electronic music is an adventure. It requires an advanced set of skills. We’re pleased to introduce you to MixMaster Daniel Wyatt to show you the essentials of mixing dance music. So learn to mix with Danny!
All mixing, whether you're doing rock, jazz or even classical, has a specific set of tools for each genre. Dance and/or electronic music is no different. In this course, top dance music mix and mastering engineer, Daniel Wyatt, explains some of his favorite EDM mixing essentials that ensure that his mixes are as dynamic and cutting edge as they can be.
In his 34-tutorial course, shot both with live video and screen capture, you learn all kinds of top-notch techniques. See how Danny uses saturation to add color and grit to his tracks. Watch as he deploys different kinds of compression and reductive EQ to add richness and carve out space in his mixes. Most of all you’ll enjoy Danny’s on-camera quick tips and insights as he so clearly and cheerfully explains his mixing philosophy.
Danny is an exquisite instructor and there’s lots to be learned in this 34-tutorial course. So set aside some study time and learn everything that MixMaster Wyatt has to offer. We know you won’t be disappointed!
Udemy Mixing And Mastering Electronic Music In Ableton Live TUTORiAL
A comprehensive and detailed look at how you can mix and master your own electronic music.
We will be mixing and mastering a track from start to finish in this course.
You will get an in-depth, real world view of exactly how to mix and master your own music.
You will learn the art and science behind various types of compression (regular compression, sidechain compression, multiband compression) and some recommended settings that can be used depending on the type of sound you are treating with compression.
You will also learn about various types of EQ treatment, such as regular parametric EQ and Mid-Side EQ. You will learn about how to EQ a wide range of sounds including different drums and percussion (kicks, snares, etc.), different bass sounds, melodic instruments and FX.
You will learn how to use saturation and distortion to add extra harmonics to certain sounds in your mix to make them sound fuller or stand out more above the other instruments.
You will learn how to mix a complex track that consists of more than 10 different bass sounds and more than 10 different drums tracks.
You will see how we can group tracks together and process an entire group of tracks at once.
You will learn how to work with reference tracks to compare your own work with.
You will also learn how to build your own mastering chain and how to master your track so that it will stand up against other professionally produced tracks on the dancefloor.
The style of music produced in this course could be called dubstep, although it features many influences from ambient electronica and drum and bass, especially neuro or neurofunk style drum and bass.
Despite the track being a specific type of electronic music, you will be able to apply all of the mixing and mastering techniques you learn in this course to other genres of electronic music, such as electro house, techno, glitch hop, trip hop, mid tempo music and many other styles.
The Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) used in this course is Ableton Live, but if you use a different DAW, and you're comfortable with producing music in it, you can apply all of the techniques in your DAW of choice.
Along with full access to all of the video tutorials, you will be able to download the Ableton Live project file used in this course to take a close look at each of the tracks and see exactly how the song was mixed.
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.