Mastering is the crucial and final step of the audio production process. This is the last chance you have to carefully listen, tweak and make final adjustments to the audio before sharing it with the world. In this 23-tutorial course, mastering engineer Joe Albano takes you through this all-important stage and reveals everything you need to know to master “in the box” with Logic Pro X.
Joe starts the course with a brief history on the evolution of mastering. After giving an overview of the mastering basics, Joe takes an in-depth look at the various mastering tools included in Logic. You learn about the different EQs (Channel, Linear Phase & Match EQs, as well as all the vintage models). You learn how to use dynamics processors for mastering, including the different Compressor models, the somewhat intimidating Multipressor, and Logic’s limiters. Of course, Logic’s metering tools (Spectrum Analyzer, Goniometer, Loudness Meter, the Correlation Meter) are also covered in detail, and you learn how they are used to fix phase and frequency issues. Optional processing (such as exciters, reverbs, and M/S processing) are also covered. Finally, the course ends with a typical mastering session where you are shown different mastering workflows and strategies.
So now is the time to learn the art and science of mastering using Logic Pro X in this course by Logic and audio expert Joe Albano!
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Jack wrote on March 12, 2019
If you use Logic and the tools provided by Logic for mastering, this course will help solidify and expand your knowledge of what Logic offers. There are nuggets of information and tips that should help expand your ability to get the most you can out of Logic’s mastering tools.
Serdal wrote on July 23, 2018
I strongly recommend this course!
Ivan Dubinsky wrote on June 25, 2018
Another great course by Joe Albano who is one of my favourite instructors at MPV. Joe provides a nicely detailed explanation of the basics of mastering and demonstrates how all the tools you need have been provided in Logic Pro X, for those who use that DAW. For users of other DAW's the principals will still apply...you just need to use the corresponding tools in your particular software. A very well done course!!