What you are going to learn
This class is for anyone who has wanted to work in a recording studio.
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
- Choosing Preamps
- Configuring Preamps
- 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
- And much, much more!
Dr. J. Anthony Allen
Music PhD, Producer, Composer, Instructor, Professor, Author, & Ableton Certified Trainer.
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.
Amazing and useful!
- Gurekam Sabharwal
So cool to be inside a real studio!
- Peter A