This course is a thorough lesson in finding and using the best free plugins to create professional mixes.
By the end of the course, you will be able to easily identify and download incredible free plugins, and use them in your DAW to get great mixes.
Several years ago, I was bad at mixing music. I downloaded random plugins I found, simply because they were free, and wasted a bunch of time chasing plugins that didn't help me make any better music. I lacked the knowledge of mixing techniques that professionals use, and I had no idea how to download the good freebies while avoiding the bad.
However, fast-forward to today, and I professionally record and mix music - and I have a vast collection of the best free plugins available.
This course is designed to help you get from where I was to where I am today, without spending as much time as I had to. And you can use any DAW that you like, as long as it supports VST or AU plugins: Logic Pro X, Reaper, Cubase, Studio One, FL Studio and Garageband are all great choices. I will be demonstrating using Reaper.
In this course, I will provide you with a hand-picked list of great free plugins that I use in almost every single one of my mixes. I will also teach you my secrets to finding the best ones, so you can begin building your own custom collection of great music tools.
After I show you where to find these tools, I'll dive deep in showing you how to use them.
I won't just dump these tools into your hands and expect you to know how to make them work, I will guide you in the mixing process, showing you my exact settings for mixing drums, bass, vocals, effects, and more. We will mix through an indie rock song together, from start to finish. I'll help you craft a rough mix using the faders and pan pots, shape the tone and dynamics of the tracks and busses, and even master the song and get it ready for release.
If you're ready to get the most out of the huge wealth of free plugins available on the internet, sign up for the course today.
*Note: Some of the materials in this course are found on websites that also offer paid content, but no paid content will be required, promoted, or suggested in the course.