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Mastering is more important than ever in 2017 and as a label head and mastering engineer for over 10+ years I know that better than most people. I show you how to master every genre of EDM to a professional standard using nothing but Free Plugins, iZotope Ozone 7 or Advanced Tools (you choose) and it can all be done in your favourite DAW (no matter what it is).
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How to use eq and compression for maximum impact on the dancefloor.
Learn to make your synths and basses sound huge.
Learn how to make sure your kick drum cuts through the mix and hits hard.
Learn how to get your songs loud, fat and in your face while using contrast, dynamics and automation to make it sound massive.
Learn to master your music for a professional digital release in 2017
"An easy to follow course that is fantastically explained" (RORE, 2016).
Today, you can start making your tracks sound better, more professional, easily and quickly without expensive plugins or complicated techniques.
Make your next release your best yet by taking this course and learning all the techniques, tips and tricks used by the same engineers that work for Tchami, Skrillex, Hardwell, Martin Garrix, Diplo, Major Lazer, Porter Robinson and many others. This course will teach you how to use iZotope Ozone's built in tools such as:
The course is structured in a way that will let you, no matter which genre you produce find the necessary information behind all the techniques you need to learn in a step by step and extremely actionable way.
The course should take 1 day to complete and will give you a comprehensive understanding of the mastering process.
We have all been there, you are making great music and improving from song to song however labels still won't listen to your music and your tracks aren't getting the attention they deserve. You listen to your favourite songs and they sound punchier, louder more powerful and even have more clarity, but how did they do it!? After working with the best of the best for 10 years I can show you exactly what they do, explain why they do it and teach you how you can do it yourself. 100% guaranteed.
Mastering is one of the most important production techniques of 2017 and one of the easiest ways to take your tracks from bedroom productions to professional sounding releases.
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A brief introduction to the genre of Deep & Future house. Learn how to get a great sounding mixdown before the mastering even begins
The new analogue models are great to add a bit of warmth to the track. Working on the stereo image is also an important aspect of mastering, especially mono'ing the bass! Here we also look in depth at the multiband compressor and how we can use it to get a great sounding master.
Another vintage module, the compressor can give a really solid sound to a Deep house track and of course it can't be a mastering tutorial without explaining limiting and looking at Ozones built in limiter.
Here we learn that the secret to loudness isn't actually the limiter itself but it is the frequencies that it is being fed. We go back over the song and make some EQ tweaks to make sure we get the cleanest and loudest possible master.
We have a brief introduction to Progressive & Electro House as well as discussing how to get a solid mixdown in this genre so that the mastering process can be most effective.
A long look into the EQ of iZotope Ozone. Again we show both the EQ matching functionality (for those that can't trust their rooms or are still learning to listen accurately) and a conventional EQ approach.
A second approach to stereo imaging is used here and we go back into the multiband compressor, explaining what it can and can't do.
This section focusses on limiting the stereotypically LOUD genre of Progressive & Electro house so you know how to apply these techniques to your own tracks.
We outline the key factors that make a Mainstage or Bigroom track and explain how to get a great sounding mixdown in this style.
There are alot of options when it comes to free eq's. We go through our favourites and explain why we like them, when we use them and how.
As engineers we are always trying to balance the frequency spectrum in a way that lets us limit and compress the music smoothly and without creating distortion artefacts. This section shows you how to do it with a mainstage or bigroom track with three of our favourite compressors. Including two glue compressors and one free multiband.
We show you how to use (in our opinion) the best free limiter out there: Limiter No6, used by Diplo as his go to limiter along with many other major names. It has 4 main modules and can be quite complex to get right so lets show you how.
Trap music can be quite different to the other genres we have worked on so far in this course. In this section we explain what makes a Trap tune and what elements to focus on during the mixdown to make your life easier during mastering.
This section focusses for the last time on how to use EQ to balance a song when compared to a reference track. Trap has quite a unique feel to it compared to other genres of EDM and needs to be treated a little bit differently. This video shows you how you can use EQ to do just that.
If you are compressing the low end of a Trap tune too much you can really loose that important punch and low end presence of the 808 kickdrum. Here we show you how to do it right to maintain a solid overall feel but keep that low end punch.
It isn't about the limiter itself, it is about tweaking your eq and frequency content during the entire mastering process to make sure that when it comes time to use the Limiter no6 your track will limit nicely and not distort.
Advanced mastering processes can be more complex however with the information you learn in this section you will be able to more confidently eq your tracks during mastering. We show you our favourite tube emulator, M/S eq and stereo eq while teaching you both how to use them and what to listen for to make good decisions during mastering.
In this lecture we show you three fantastic pieces of hardware emulation including 1 eq, perfect for removing mud from your track and two compressors that to my ears cant be beaten when adding punch or thickening up your overall mix.
It is a common misconception that loudness is only achieved by how much or how little you draw down the threshold on your limiter. What most people don't know is that the biggest thing that will effect loudness is the frequency spectrum content. That is why we show you how to get your tracks loud, not by just bringing down the limiter into distortion but by organising the frequency spectrum with eq and multiband compressing instead.
While mastering the second track we teach you how to confidently eq your tracks with M/S and stereo processing. We show you our favourite tube emulator, M/S eq and stereo eq while teaching you both how to use them and what to listen for to make good decisions during mastering.
Get the most out of your EQs. This lecture discusses three fantastic eqs that can be used in a number of different scenarios. Learn which eq to use on a certain track and which one to use next time, both hardware emulation pieces and digital plugins.
This lecture simply focusses on compression. It explains the ins and outs of my favourite stereo compressor and why you will love it too.
Loudness isn't a science and we can teach you how to get your tracks loud. The trick is to use eq and multiband processing before and during the limiting process, just like we show you in this video.
Thomas Wirth is a top online instructor that got fed up with the rise of poor quality automated mastering services and decided to teach producers his secrets rather than let them turn to the likes of LANDR or MasteringBox. He has been working as a mastering engineer for over 10+ years and has worked with some of the biggest names in EDM (Skrillex, Major Lazer, Porter Robinson and more).
He began his studies graduating 1st class in a Bachelor of Music Technology and went on to form his own studio "Blend Mastering". From there he also created a learning platform for producers "MasteringEDM" which see's over 3019 members to date. His teaching style is, breaking-down complex concepts through simple examples and getting his students to follow during each step of the process.