Analog tape was once the most important medium for audio recording and mixing, and it’s now regaining popularity with many engineers and artists. Learn about the history and science of magnetic tape and learn how to work with this medium in this course, by audio expert Joe Albano.
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.
Being able to notate music is a valuable skill for any musician to have. In this music theory course, master composer and arranger Gregg Fine explains all the fundamentals you need to start writing your own scores and lead sheets.
Imagine seeing a written melody or a score and immediately being able to sing or play it. This course, with its 12 built-in practice exercises, teaches you how to do it. Learn to read music now with, our expert music theory teacher, Gregg Fine.
It's time to learn the Korg volca sampler. Electronic artist G.W. Childs is back with a 22-tutorial “explained and explored” course that’ll teach you everything! We’ve taught you keys, beats and bass… so now get ready to sample!
So many pedals and not enough feet! What’s the best way to use all those amazing FX? How do you organize all those cables and power supplies? Gregg Fine has the answers to make your pedals really rock!
Guitar pedals and FX are like modular synths. They’re powerful audio processors that you can patch together in all kinds of creative ways. What do these FX really do and how do you best use them? This course reveals it all!
In previous courses you’ve learned how to listen for melody and harmony. Now it’s time to zoom out and discover how to hear rhythm! This course, with its challenging listening exercises, teaches you how to hear music’s powerful pulse. Educate your ears with Gregg Fine!