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Studio Techniques:
Working in a Recording Studio

Life in the studio.
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What you are going to learn

This class is for anyone who has wanted to work in a recording studio.

Especially:

Producers: If you are making tracks and want to get into a studio to record, this class is for you.
Aspiring Producers: If you are just getting started with music production, but dream of getting into a studio, this class is for you.

Musicians: If you are going to be recorded, you should understand how things work so you can help control the results of the recording.

Songwriters: Improve your compositions by understanding how to make unique and memorable sounds to use in your songs.

Engineers: If you have hopes of being an audio engineer in a recording studio one day, this is the first step in that journey.


Here is a list of some of the topics we will cover:
  • The Essential Tools of the Recording Studio
  • Studio Rules
  • Wrapping Cables
  • Normalizing The Room
  • Equipment in the Live Room
  • Equipment in the Control Room
  • Acoustics and Sound Diffusion
  • Signal Flow in the Studio
  • Monitor Speakers
  • Preamps
  • Choosing Preamps
  • Configuring Preamps
  • Microphones
  • Choosing Microphones
  • Dynamic Microphones
  • Condenser Microphones
  • Ribbon Microphones
  • The Patchbay
  • Patching A Session
  • Setting up a Session
  • Routing to Hearback
  • Headphone Mixes
  • Computer Settings
  • Record Settings in the Computer
  • Playback and Monitoring
  • Talkback
  • And much, much more!

Dr. J. Anthony Allen

Music PhD, Producer, Composer, Instructor, Professor, Author, & Ableton Certified Trainer. 
About
Dr. Allen is a professional musician, top-rated online instructor, and university professor. In 2017 the Star Tribune featured him as a "Mover and a Shaker," and he is recognized by the Grammy Foundation for his music education classes. He currently teaches at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, MN, Slam Academy, and Punkademic Courses.

Course reviews

Amazing and useful!
- Gurekam Sabharwal
So cool to be inside a real studio!
- Peter A