Mixing and Mastering Course


Our Mixing and Mastering Course is a comprehensive program designed to elevate your audio production skills. Dive into the art of creating polished, professional-quality sound. Learn the intricacies of mixing, from balancing tracks to applying effects. Master the techniques that turn a raw recording into a refined, industry-standard masterpiece. With hands-on exercises and expert guidance, this course is your pathway to achieving studio-quality results in your music production journey. Elevate your sound, master your craft.


  • Level: Beginner & Advanced
  • Period: 6 weeks - 35+ hours - 11 sessions, + 1 private session

  • Included with this program

    • Solo Studio Session worth 50$
    • Free 3 months project reviewing worth 30$
    • Free 3 months technical feedback worth 30$
    • Ozone 11 Elements
    • Neutron Elements
    • RX Elements
    • Nectar 4 Elements
    • Arturia Dust Tube Culture worth 99$
    • Arturia Compressor FET 76 worth 99$

Payments & Availabilities

  • Class Price: 500$
  • Payment Splits:
    -100$ [Seat Reservation]
    -250$ [First Payment]
    -150$ [Last Payment]

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What you will learn

Section 1: Introduction to Mixing and Mastering

-What is Mixing
-What is Mastering
-The Importance of Mixing and Mastering
-The difference between a Mixing Studio and a Mastering Studio
-The Common Tools Between Mixing and Mastering
-The Role of the Audio Engineer

Section 2: Setting up a Project for Mixing

-Stems and Exporting
-Importing Audio Files
-Critical Listening
-Using References

Section 3: The World of Dynamics

-Understanding Dynamic Range
-What is a Compressor
-Different types of Compressors>br> -The Specific Role of Each Compressor
-What is a Limiter
-Compressors VS. Limiters
-Applying Compression and Analyzing
-Attack and Release
-Threshold and Gain Reduction
-Sidechain Compression
-Low end Treatment

Section 4: Frequency Management

-What is an Equalizer
-Different Types of Equalizers
-Tonality and Fundamentals
-How to use an EQ Like a Pro
-Sound Analysis Before and After EQing
-Phase in EQ Plugins
-Dynamic Equalizer
-Mid/side EQ
-The Art of Dynamic Processing
-Multi-Band Compression

Section 5: Stereo Image Control

-Understanding the width and Stereo Image
-The Risks of Applying Width
-The Right Tools to Apply Width
-Accomplishing Width with Panning
-Panning in Different Genres of Music -The Phase Correlation Meter
-Mixing in Mono
-Mono and Stereo Relationship for Each Element

Section 6: Time Based Effects

-Reverb, Delay, Echo
-Chorus, Flanger, Phaser, Tremolo
-Exploring the Top Effects Plugins in the Industry
-Applying Effects Professionally

Section 7: Sends and Groups

-The Bus Channel
-Importance of Grouping Tracks
-Processing Grouped Tracks
-Glue Compression
-Applying Effect Sends

Section 8: Harmonics

-Understanding Harmonics
-The Difference Between Harmonic Effects
-Constructive and Destructive Distortion
-When and How to Apply Harmonic Effects
-Soft VS. Hard Clippers

Section 9: Manipulating Vocals

-How to Process Vocals Professionally
-Vocal Treatment Process
-How to Deal with Low-Quality Vocals
-Plugins that Simplify the Process
-Creativity enhancement

Section 10: The World of Mastering

-What is a Pre-Master
-How to Deal with a Mixing Engineer
-When to deny a Mixdown
-Terms to Follow Before Accepting a Pre-Master
-The Relationship between the Mixing and Mastering Engineer
-The Role of a Mastering Engineer
-Exploring the Mastering-Degree Tools for Listening
-The Differences between Mixing and Mastering Tools/Plugins
-Go-to Plugins for Mastering

Section 11: The World of Analog and Digital

-The War Between Analog and Digital
-The Sound Quality
-Hybrid Mastering
-Mastering in the Box
-The Evolution of Mastering since the 1980's

Section 12: Mastering Start to Finish

-The Importance of Critical Listening before Starting
-The Importance of Having Multiple Reference Tracks
-Spectrum Analyzers
-Processing Sub Information
-Shaping the Audio File
-Boosts and Dips
-Static and Dynamic Processing
-Coloring with EQ
-Stereo Width
-Mid-Side Processing During EQ
-Mid-Side Processing During Saturation
-Mastering Compressors
-Dynamics Control
-Clippers VS. Limiters in Mastering
-Loudness Control

Section 13: Private Session

-Technical Feedback
-Project Reviewing
-Tips and Tricks


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