This course could have been titled: Everything you always wanted to know about setting up a home studio but were afraid to ask! So have no fear... Let audio expert Joe Albano be your guide, and learn to set up your own home studio step by step.
Steinberg's WaveLab is one of the most powerful mastering and audio editing software on the market. Learn how to use this one-stop mastering solution in this 30-tutorial course by our Steinberg specialist Matthew Loel T. Hepworth.
Steinberg's Cubase 10 offers all the tools you need to create professional-sounding masters! Join Steinberg Product specialist Matt Hepworth in this course, and learn the art & craft of mastering with Cubase.
The NLE AudioPedia series, our video-based audio encyclopedia, is an invaluable resource for sound engineers, musicians, students, educators and all audio enthusiasts. This fifth installment is about Recording and Monitoring.
Did you know that an inferior studio setup can ruin the sound of your tracks? It's true. Luckily, Joe Albano is here to show you what NOT to do when setting up your room. Let US make the mistakes so YOU won't have to!
Steinberg Product specialist Matt Hepworth has assembled the best Cubase mastering course ever created. Get all the tools and techniques you need to make your tracks sound professionally mastered in this 33-tutorial, 2+ hour course.
Get out you hammer, nail gun and hardhat... This course by Jim Pavett will teach you how to take your initial studio design and transform it into the actual floors, walls and ceilings of your recording studio!
Join WaveLab Specialist Matthew Loel T. Hepworth in the first course of his in-depth two-part series about editing and mastering audio using WaveLab 7. You're about to witness first-hand how this great software can make your audio sing and dance!
This high level audio course is essential knowledge for anyone who wants to learn how analog consoles and their state of the art studios are "wired up." It gives you the deepest possible understanding of mixing console Signal Flow and I/O in both the analog and digital domains...