Understanding Sound For Music Production and Home Recording

Music Production : Theory of Sound Make Great Recordings : Get Best Audio From Home Music Studio Recording Equipment
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Taught by Jim Britton
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Home Recording Music Production, and Sound:

If you want to get the best sounding recordings the best place to start is by understanding the principles of sound as they relate to recording. By the end of this course, you will :

  • Understand the Main Characteristics of Sound Waves. 
  • Be aware of the idiosyncrasies of human hearing that can cause recordings to not sound as good as they could. 
  • Understand how and why sound behaves the way that it does. 
  • Make better sounding recordings because you will know how to control sound within your recording environment.

This course is put together with your understanding in mind. There are added experiential stories to help explain concepts. Creative illustrations are effectively used to illuminate points so that through a combination of sight, and sound, you can easily grasp the nuances of each lecture

There is a series of challenging quizzes that are designed to reinforce the most important concepts from each lecture as you go along. The goal is always to emphasize your understanding of each piece of the broader subject, and there are times when foundational concepts are re-visited in order to solidify your learning knowledge. Best of all you can go at your own pace!

This course is designed for YOU, the home recording hobbyist. This is the course that will show YOU how to take your recording to a higher level. Whether you are a beginner who is just learning, or a more experienced individual who wants to know more about the theory of the sound, this is the course that will help you reach your goal of getting the best sound possible. This course is also a great introduction for anyone who wants to get more serious about audio engineering in a broader sense. Completing this course is the most efficient way to gain inside knowledge that you might not ever learn on your own. They don’t teach this stuff in recording software manuals!

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