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FOUNDATIONS OF
SOUND PRODUCTION

WORKSHOP 2

Audio Engineering in Your Studio

CONTENT

Workshop 2 focuses on the field of Audio Engineering within Sound Production. This workshop will teach you advanced techniques and skills in tracking and recording professional audio and digital sound and prepare tracks for the next stages of Sound Production, such as editing, mixing and mastering.

In this workshop we will explore advanced techniques in:

 

  • Capturing, tracking and recording vocals 

  • Capturing, tracking and recording acoustic, digital and plug-in instruments 

  • Building and forming a song in your DAW software 

  • Utilising Apple Loops and Drummer

  • Making music with MIDI and software instruments

This course is designed and delivered for all ages and levels of experience, specifically using the recording software Logic Pro and GarageBand (by Apple).

 

Note: Although this course is delivered utilising Logic Pro, many of the core parts and techniques in this presentation can be applied across to any DAW software, such as the PC based programs Ableton, Pro Tools, FL Studio, etc.

WORKSHOP 2 DETAILS

Workshop 2: Audio Engineering in Your Studio

Date: Saturday 24th Feb 2024

Time: 5:00am AEDT       Duration: 2.5 hour

Delivery Method: Online via Zoom

Booking is Essential

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BContempMus (Hons)

COURSE PRESENTER

Michael Benhayon 

Michael is a talented self-taught multi-instrumentalist musician with over 12 years of experience working in the music industry in sound production including recording, producing, mixing and mastering over 25 albums and composing volumes of music for film/TV, advertising, corporate videos and much more. Michael completed a bachelor’s degree with Honours in Contemporary Music later in his career writing studies about music and sound production methods and techniques. Michael's experience and expertise in sound production is extensive and with his practical approach makes him an exceptional presenter on the subject.

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