Learn how to EQ Instruments for Electronic Music Production
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Learn how to EQ Instruments for Electronic Music Production

Equalizing instruments to create a professional mix with Fl Studio
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133 students enrolled
Created by Adam Caterer
Last updated 7/2017
English
Current price: $10 Original price: $20 Discount: 50% off
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Includes:
  • 31 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • EQ instruments, samples, sound effects, vocals and full tracks.
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Requirements
  • You should be able to use FL Studio or any other DAW at an intermediate level.
  • You should be able to use a PC.
  • Have a basic understanding of frequencies and Hertz.
  • Bring a good ear.
  • Decent pair of headphones or studio monitors
Description

Hello Everyone,

Inside this Class you will learn how to properly EQ(Equalize) Instruments, Synths, Kicks, Claps, Snares, Toms, SFX, Vocals and much more!

This course is focused on why we hear sounds the way we do and how we can improve upon them give them more range (more fullness) (less muddiness)

This Course is created inside Fl Studio 12's native Equalizers. However the techniques used will benefit anyone in learning Equalization.

What will I learn?

  • How to EQ Instruments with higher and lower frequency ranges.
  • What the bands mean in an EQ.
  • EQing the Master Track
  • Specific frequency cuts to make way for other frequencies
  • Eqing guitar, piano, strings, drums, brass and percussion!


Who is the target audience?
  • Anyone who wants to be able to professionally EQ instruments.
  • Music production students.
  • Audio engineering students.
  • Anyone who wants to improve there overall mix and master
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Curriculum For This Course
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All About Frequncies.
2 Lectures 01:35

In this lecture their is a quick Introduction to the course where I explain what you need to download to begin.

The Stems are available in the Dropbox link below.

Preview 00:27

In this lecture you'll learn about EQ theory. 

By the end of this lecture you will understand what frequencies generally apply in what ranges and why we EQ our instruments to occupy those frequencies.

Preview 01:08
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EQing Drums
4 Lectures 10:27

In this lecture we will EQ the kick. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to Eq a Kick sample.

Preview 04:33

In this lecture we will EQ the Hihat. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to Eq a Hihat sample.

Preview 02:25

In this lecture we will EQ the Snare. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to Eq a Sanre sample.

Preview 01:39

In this lecture we will mix the drums and percussion. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to basically mix drums and percussion.

Mixing the Drums Using EQ
01:50
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EQing Instruments
5 Lectures 18:39

In this lecture we will EQ the Piano. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to EQ the Piano in the frequency range it takes up.

Preview 04:56

In this lecture we will EQ the Brass. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to EQ the Brass in the frequency range it takes up.

Preview 01:28

In this lecture we will EQ the Strings. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to EQ the Strings in the frequency range it takes up.

Preview 02:10

In this lecture we will EQ the guitar. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to EQ the Guitar in the frequency range it takes up.

Preview 02:42

In this lecture we will mix all of the instruments together. By the end of this lecture you should understand how to Basically mix and EQ the master channel. Adding more volume to frequencies that are quieter.

Preview 07:23
About the Instructor
Adam Caterer
4.2 Average rating
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1,498 Students
2 Courses
Professional Music Producer and Audio Engineer

My names Adam Caterer and from the time I could walk I have been passionate about music. 

 For the last 4 years I have been producing music. When I was thirteen I started listening to electronic music and I instantly fell in love with the genre. I fell in love with the people, the attitude and the spirit of festival life. I vowed that I would be on that stage one day playing my own music for the world to hear. I then got into DJing and started playing at raves and parties. 

I slowed down a bit last year and got into ghost producing.

I started creating music production courses because I found it so hard to start this career path when I was first getting started. People in this industry keep secrets and I think that's wrong. 

So before I jumping back into the spot light in a couple years with my own brand and record label I am going to help as many people as I can achieve something they never thought they could...

Good luck in your future en-devours; I hope to see you in one of my courses!