The Mastering Course is a comprehensive 8 week study in the art of mastering audio in the modern recording studio environment. These mastering classes are designed for those who want to learn the art of mastering from a 26 year professional in the music industry. You will learn how to master your own music production work and the work of other artists and music producers.
You do not need to have a pristine listening environment to do quality mastering work. You need to learn how to listen, what to listen for and how to apply the tools you have to acheive the results you desire.
In addition to the 8 two-hour mastering classes, you will also have access 40 additional Lessons that provide depth and detail for each week’s specific topic. The Lessons Include:
Check out the Scheduling information and detailed curriculum below…
Class 1: What is Mastering and the Mastering Process
This is an introduction to the art of Mastering audio, defining what it is and explaining its role in the music production process.
Class 2: Mastering Software and Hardware
There are many forms of Mastering Software. Some are focussed purely on processing audio and others offer advanced editing features and the ability to create CD Masters.
Class 3: Equalization in Depth
These lessons focus on the application of Equalization in the Mastering Process
Class 4: Compression and Limiting in Depth
These lessons focus on Compression and Limiting Techniques in the Mastering Process.
Class 5: Depth and Imaging Techniques
Size is about much more than just frequencies and compression, it’s also about depth and focused imaging. These lessons uncover valuable depth and imaging techniques to squeeze out all the size you can get from a mix.
Class 6: Levels and Loudness
Love it or hate it loudness is a inescapable part of the modern music production environment. This is about more than just making your mix louder than the next guy’s mix, it is about adapting your mixes to the many ways people listen to music and the environments they listen in.
Class 7: Mastering For CD
The process of mastering audio for CD involves a number of additional steps and considerations to get the best results from the manufacturing process.
Class 8: Exporting and Conversion
After all the processing and preparation work is done, the final master must be exported and converted to the necessary formats for distribution. These lessons discuss