The Main Course: All The Basics
In the first 3.5 hours of this course, we talk about how to build a professional home studio for cheap. Not sure which microphone, DAW, plugins or samples to get? This will help.
We also go over how the DAW "Logic Pro X" works. This is mac-only software, but the principles apply to other software as well (just the shortcuts are different).
Then, we go over how to record and edit Audio and MIDI like a professional.
In other words, this first part is for anyone who's never used a DAW before - after this, you'll know the software inside out. You do NOT need any prior knowledge to get started.
+ MEGA UPDATE #1: Understanding Sound & the EQ
In this first 2h+ update, we go through how sound works and what implications this has on music production and equalizing in particular.
+ MEGA UPDATE #2: Compression & Routing
In Update #2, we talk about Compression. In 2h+, we go through Compression and then tackle advanced techniques such as routing through buses and auxiliaries.
+ MEGA UPDATE #3: Flexing, Mixing & Reverb
Update #3 brings another 2h+ of bonus content in the shape of mixing advice. Flexing, Automation and External Mapping are just some of the (very cool) things we'll talk about.
+ MEGA UPDATE #4: Writing with a DAW (coming soon)
In this last update for the course, we'll talk about how to get creative. Writing in a DAW is an immensely creative process, but it's quite different from writing on an instrument. I'll show you where those differences lie and how to get the most out of your writing.