I first off would like to thank you for your interest in enrolling into the FL Studio Mixing Academy. This course will contain the following basic elements of mixing:
Upon completion of this course you would have learned approximately four hours worth of material, which will increase your value to the market and broaden you knowledge of mixing.
The courses structure is based off of weekly discussions which will give the opportunity for each student to ask any questions or have any ideas to add to the course. Also the course will be updated on a monthly basis with new material.
Why take this course?
The answer is very simple if you are serious about entering the world of producing, gaining this valuable information will help you define who you are as an potential producer and that you will be able to make high quality beats for all artist.
A quick peek into the FL Studio Mixer and it's functions.
Did you know that panning your open hats 10% to the left/right can 'drastically' change your beat? In this video you're going to learn how to pan your hats to play with the listeners ears.
Just like the panning your hi hats, panning your chords will add more character to your beat. In this video we're going a lil bit deeper into panning.
I bet you wonder how the "super producers" give their drums that Mike Tyson punch. In this video I'm going to reveal a trick to drum blending that will blow your mind!.
EQ'ing 808's are a bit 'tricky', but once you learn how to find that 'sweet spot', it's a whole new ball game.
A lot of Snares & Claps that you get in sound kits have low end frequencies that can interfere with your kick and bass. in this video I show you how to cut all them frequencies out.
Synths & Leads have a lot of low end frequencies as well. Depending on what notes you use, and what role it plays in the beat, you will learn how to cut out unwanted frequencies.
When making trap beats, that low end brass can interfere with the kick and bass. In this video I show you how to carve out some of that low end to give your kicks some breathing room.
I love to sample, and most of them that I use I have to cut out the low end. In this video I show you how to take your samples to another level, by removing those unwanted frequencies.
In this video I'm going to show you a lil trick that you can use to spice up your sampling.
This video pretty much plays off of the EQ'ing Brass video. You're going to learn how to blend your chords together within the mix.
This is where it all comes together. In this video you're going to learn how to boost and cut the frequencies that you want within the entire beat.
A quick rundown of the mixer and it's different functions.
In this video you will learn how to Compress your kicks to dump, but not 'clip' within the mix.
To me snares are meant to stand out within a beat (but that's just me). So in this video you will learn how to compress your snares just right.
Sometimes your samples can peak when you're trying to leveling them with your drums. In this video I show you how to compress them and bring the levels back up to blend in the mix.
Delay can add more depth to a track. In this video I show you how to add delay without over doing it.
Adding reverb to your brass can make it sound more 'lively'. In this video I show you how to add enough reverb to make your brass sound like it's being played by a live band.
The title says it all!
Adding automation can spice up a track as well. In this video I show you how to do that.
My name is Kaahil. I go by K-Felon, for K-Felon Beats. I am an aspiring producer who hail from Darby Township/Woodlyn, PA. I started my production career in 2007, I have worked with artist that has worked with Jahlil Beats, Young Tone the Beat Bully, as well as movers and shakers in the Atlanta music scene. One of my good friends and business partners is the producer for Rick Ross' " Push it to the Limit".
I have a deep seated passion for music as well as the music production community.
My intent for this course is to give back to the struggling producers and help them gain knowledge and increase their value to the market place.
I hope that I can reach all producers who is seeking this information and they find this information invaluable!
FL Studio Mixing Academy is just the beginning.