Mix Your Own Tracks and Learn the Essentials of Cubase

This course provides over 50 hands-on screencasts of an actual project - mixing tracks using Cubase.  Watch and learn how mixing tracks in Cubase can be done with the powerful EQ and Compressor tools that are installed with all versions.  This course will demonstrate important concepts related to audio engineering, such as frequency spectrum monitoring, stereo field and setting appropriate levels.

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Mixing your own tracks can be overwhelming and discouraging.  Often the manuals are hard to read and the explanations are mathematical, instead of musical.  Making a great mix requires 2 core skills - learning how and why to use EQ and Compression.  This course will explain how these powerful tools work and allow students to look over an engineer's shoulder as a raw collection of tracks is transformed into a cohesive and compelling final mix!

EQ and Compressor.  All You Need.

These days, Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs) contain an overwhelming collection of plugins and instruments.  Which ones do you need?  Not only will this course help you create a shortlist of the most useful plugins, but you'll also get a headstart with downloadable presets for the plugins you need most.

Hands On Lessons in Audio Engineering

This course is designed to make the processing of mixing your track feel more like music and less like engineering.  But, you'll learn how EQ and frequency spectrum monitoring work together to help you make the right musical choices for each track in your mix - visually.  Also, you'll learn what to listen for when using a compressor.

Make It About the Music. Using Cubase.

Mixing tracks on your own means that you can make the musical choices that best match your music.  Even if you'd prefer to leave the audio engineering in someone else's hands, this course will teach how to relate your creative ideas in terms that a mixing engineer will understand!