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Audio Tricks for Mixing (Part 4 of 4)

Matt Hayes, Recording and Mixing Engineer

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9 Videos (1h 5m)
    • 01Elastic Audio Part 1

      7:59
    • 02Elastic Audio Part 2

      5:41
    • 03Stutter Edits

      5:30
    • 04Audiosuite Editing

      7:10
    • 05Stereo Width Part 1

      6:20
    • 06Stereo Width Part 2

      9:55
    • 07Glitch Effects

      6:11
    • 08AutoTune and MIDI

      5:48
    • 09Vocoder

      9:59

About This Class

This 4 part course is a collection of those cool little tricks that producers and engineers use in the studio to sweeten the sound, and add excitement to a song.  Some of these tricks are commonly used on a daily basis, and some are secret weapons only used when in specific situations. 

Each video in the course explains one simple trick.  It is common practice to use a combination of tricks when producing a song.  So once you have the knowledge, it becomes a process of trial and error to learn when each trick is appropriate.  

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Matt Hayes

Recording and Mixing Engineer

I have been involved in the music industry for over 15 years, and have been engineering (recording and mixing) for over 10 of those years. Originally, I started out as a musician before becoming involved behind the scenes in recording studios. I have worked in many different genres of music through the years, and I am a voting member for the Grammy Awards. Some of the music I have worked on is RIAA certified as well as grammy nominated.

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