This is Pro Tools First Pro, the complete, free Pro Tools First course for beginners that I’ve put together for you right here on YouTube. It’s the only course that you need to quickly and simply learn everything that you need to know to create music, podcasts and more, using the powerful – and free – audio software Pro Tools First.
All podcasts could do with some editing to an extent, but what exactly needs editing? In this podcast editing tips video, you’ll find out which edits you should be making for ANY podcast.
In this video, you’ll learn three ways that you SHOULDN’T learn mixing. And you’ll then discover how to learn mixing the right way instead. This is essential viewing if you have just started learning how to mix audio. And also if you’ve been at it for a while, but are struggling to find training that helps you to grow your mixing skills.
So you’ve got your podcast recorded and now you want it to sound smooth and professional. In this video, I’m going to show you a couple of podcast vocal recordings and you’ll see how to use EQ and compression for podcast vocals to fix issues and generally make them sound great.
A de-esser is a plugin that solves the problem of sibilance in vocal recordings. And today you’re going to learn how to use a de-esser on vocals to remove sibilance!
What is multiband compression? Find out how this powerful mixing tool works, and how to use it in your mixes.
What is saturation in mixing? Find out what saturation is, how it works and how to use it in your mixes! he kind of saturation that your mix needs really depends on the result your after, and no two mixes are the same. But most mixes can benefit from added saturation to some degree.
Audacity is a free and simple to use digital audio workstation. It’s great for those of you getting started with audio. But is Audacity any good for professional use? In this video, I go over the three main reasons why I still use Audacity today for certain audio tasks, and why you should too.
If you’re trying to decide between the Samson Q2U vs Audio Technica ATR2100x USB microphones to record your voice, then this is for you. They’re both affordable, solid options for recording your voice without an audio interface. But which one comes out on top? Let’s find out!
I hear this question a lot from new engineers. Those who are learning how to mix music to eventually make a living from it. Should you start out mixing for free? Should you ever work for free? Here are the three situations when you SHOULD consider mixing for free.