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 ¬†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.
- Fall¬†Session ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†September 19 – November 7
- Winter¬†¬†Session¬† ¬† ¬† ¬† ¬†January¬†¬†9¬†– February 27
- Spring ¬†Session¬† ¬†¬†¬† ¬† ¬†March 13 – May 8
- Summer Session ¬† ¬† ¬†TBA
Tuition $195.00 per quarterly session.
Tim has been involved with virtually every aspect of the music business all his life ‚Äď either writing,¬†recording, teaching, or performing. After high school he was in many rock bands and used to record in¬†studios, but he was always on the ‚Äúother side of the glass‚ÄĚ. In the late 90’s and early 2000’s Tim had a¬†crude ‚Äústudio‚ÄĚ using a pc with Sonar Cakewalk and a keyboard. In late 2004, he made the jump into the¬†Mac world and Pro Tools. That is the system he still uses today. He now is owner and chief engineer¬†for his professional recording studio, DoubleSharp Music Recording based in Lawrenceville, recording¬†everything from rock bands to jazz combos. You can learn more about Tim at these following sites: