Recording Bootcamp III
This class is a mid-level class dealing with more advanced concepts of mixing. A good understanding of the DAW of your choice is necessary. A decent amount of knowledge of EQ’s, compressors, limiters, and reverbs is suggested.
- Using side-chain processing
- Parallel processing, what is it?
- Learn the difference between pre-fader and post-fader effects
- Learn how to use a de-essor
- Using a multi-band compressor
- Using a limiter in the final stages of the mix
- Why do we use a reference track?
- Using automation
- Learn a few tricks of mixing along the way!
This class is an entry level mixing class dealing with basic concepts of mixing a song after it has already been recorded. A basic understanding of the DAW of your choice is necessary. A basic knowledge of EQ’s, compressors, limiters, and reverb is helpful.
We are offering Recording Classes Â Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer sessions. Classes are an hour and 15 minutes in length. Each session will last 8 weeks, and will give you the tools to mix, record, and/or create your own music.
- Summer Session 2017 (not currently available)
Â Â Â Â Tuition $195.00 per quarterly session.
Tim has been involved with virtually every aspect of the music business all his life â€“ either writing,Â recording, teaching, or performing. After high school he was in many rock bands and used to record inÂ studios, but he was always on the â€śother side of the glassâ€ť. In the late 90’s and early 2000’s Tim had aÂ crude â€śstudioâ€ť using a pc with Sonar Cakewalk and a keyboard. In late 2004, he made the jump into theÂ Mac world and Pro Tools. That is the system he still uses today. He now is owner and chief engineerÂ for his professional recording studio, DoubleSharp Music Recording based in Lawrenceville, recordingÂ everything from rock bands to jazz combos. You can learn more about Tim at these following sites: