Complete mastering process, state of the art techniques, theoretical backgrounds and all you need to master your own music.
What you’re getting: Basics of Mastering, Advanced techniques and a complete start-to-finish production course. We are mastering:
– A popular track with all types of plugins explaining the foundations
– A Future Bass track from start to finish with Fab-Filter plugins
– A Techno Track from start to finish with all types of plugins
– Various tracks using Ableton stock plugins only.
45+ Studio sessions 5h+ Video
– Mastering a Melodic Techno Track with Ableton stock effects
– Mastering a Pop Chainsmoking Style Track with Ableton stock effects
– Mastering an EDM Track with Ableton stock effects
What you will learn from this course: Basics of Mastering and Mastering different styles with different tools
After having taken this class, you’ll have seen a complete mastering process first hand in several different styles, executed with different tools: Waves plugins, Fab-Filter Plugins, Izotope Ozone Plugins and Ableton Live stock effects. We are starting with the basics and working through all the different important stages of the mastering process.
– Basic understanding of music production and an interest in finalizing your track in the mastering stage.
– If you’d like to use the bonus course files, Ableton Live 9.7 Standard would be needed. But you can follow the course being a user of any other DAW.
– Optional: If you would like to redo everything by yourself, a DAW such as Ableton, Logic Pro, FL Studio, etc. is needed as well as the mastering plugins by Fab Filter, Izotope Ozone and Waves.
What songs are being mastered in the course? The course will take you through:
– Complete Mastering process for your own music
– Avoid common mastering errors and psycho-acoustic traps
– Preparing your Mixdown
– Covering Theoretical Backgrounds
– Compression Techniques
– EQing Techniques
– Properly treat your bass frequencies
– Mastering with Ableton stock plugins
– Mastering with 3rd party plugins
– Master the essentials and theories of sound perception