How to Use an Audio Interface as a Beatmaker
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How to Use an Audio Interface as a Beatmaker

Learn how to connect an audio interface inside FL Studio, and get the best performance out of it.
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Created by Riley Weller
Last updated 12/2019
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Current price: $34.99 Original price: $49.99 Discount: 30% off
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This course includes
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What you'll learn
  • What is an Audio Interface
  • How to Use an Audio Interface from a Beatmaker's Perspective
  • Using an Audio Interface with FL Studio
  • Audio Interface Inputs and Outputs
  • Types of Audio Interfaces and Price Point
  • Installing Audio Interface Drivers Properly
  • Using an Audio Interface's ASIO Drivers to their Fullest Potential
  • Getting the Most Performance Out of Your Audio Interface
Requirements
  • It'd be best if you had a little insight to making beats so you can comprehend what an ASIO Driver is. (An audio interface isn't needed to make beats, but is the next step in advancing towards being a better producer with better gear.)
Description

It is my goal of this course to educate you on not only how to purchase the right audio interface for you, but to get the most out of your audio interface's performance, and achieve a solid recording of your vocals or what ever instrument you're trying to record!


We first start with what an audio interface is, what purpose it has for us beatmakers, and what to look for when buying an audio interface.  (You want to make sure you buy the right product for you - save money, with high performance!)


We then cover all the features of most audio interfaces.  We use an older model of one of my old audio interfaces, then a more recent audio interface.  You learn about the inputs and outputs, how connections work from speakers and microphones to your audio interface, and dialing in a good recording level.


Further we talk about the importance of installing your audio interface's drivers, the audio cable connections (a specific video talks about audio cables!), sample rates, bit depth, and how to use your audio interface's ASIO drivers to their fullest potential for that butter smooth look to FL Studio.


Near the end of the course, once you understand the ins and outs of an audio interface, I show you how to record your voice in FL Studio.  But not just a simple record, I share with you a secret technique to apply reverb (and other effects) on your voice without actually recording it!  (A secret the pros use to get a better performance out of their artist!)


As a bonus, I threw in how you can record sounds to make a sound pack or for sound design purposes!


By the end of this course, you'll understand how to use your audio interface at a high-level, know how to pick out the right audio interface for you, and focus on your music and less on your gear!


# GratuiTous

Who this course is for:
  • New producers who want to become a better producer
  • Producers who want to get better performance out of their computer
  • Producers who want to be able to get better gear and know how to use it.
Course content
Expand all 9 lectures 01:30:16
+ Using Your Audio Interface
8 lectures 01:29:07
What is an Audio Interface
15:44
Audio Cables Overview
08:30
Sample Rates, Bit Depth, and Asio Drivers
15:38
How to Record Audio and Vocals
15:42
[BONUS] - Record Your Own Sounds
08:31
[CONCLUSION] - Audio Interface Wrap-Up
06:36