Audio and Music Production Courses
PROFESSIONAL MIXING AND MASTERING

Want to make music or record bands? Then our mixing and mastering course is for you.

Aimed at producers and engineers who are already making their own music or who are recording bands, this short course introduces you to professional mixing and mastering techniques using both software and outboard equipment.

You are encouraged to bring along your own multitrack sessions to these classes, through which you will learn and apply mixing and mastering techniques in hands-on, practical workshops.

You will graduate this course with a certificate of completion, and working knowledge of many mixing and mastering tricks and techniques.



LOCATIONS

London

Oxford (4 December 2017 only)

Liverpool (4 December 2017 only)

Glasgow (4 December 2017 only)



COST

£750

 

TOPICS COVERED

  • “What’s wrong with my mix?” Corrective and creative mix solutions
  • The starting balance: level, pan, and mute
  • Dynamics: compression and gating
  • Lighter and brighter: equalisation
  • Time, space and depth: delay and reverb
  • Automation and ‘performing’ a mix
  • Mastering techniques for a range of media

 

WHAT YOU'LL LEARN 

By the end of the course you should be able to:

  • Creatively use effects to mix a professional composition
  • Understanding dynamic processes and how they affect audio
  • Understand equalisation and be able to use it  correctly and with precision
  • Be able to identify and make important elements in a track stand out (e.g vocals).



 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

This course is ideal for musicians or music lovers who would like to learn to basic sound production. It is highly recommended for students who want to apply for further study in audio.

 

LEVEL

Beginner

 

FOLLOW UP COURSES

BA (Hons) in Audio Production

You should bring a notebook and pen to classes. You may also wish to bring your own laptop or tablet, however, this is not necessary.  

  Date from Date to Day(s) of the week Time Duration  
  26 June 2017 16 August 2017 Mon, Weds 18.30-21.30 8 Weeks  
  4 December 2017 7 February 2018 Mon, Weds 18.30-21.30 8 Weeks