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Music Production II – Music Production Workflow – COMPLETE!!

Learn to create a Music Production Workflow, and produce professional quality music within any Music Production DAW!
Instructor:
Mitch Houston
3,270 students enrolled
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You will be able to produce high quality audio within Studio One Prime or any Music Production DAW such as Logic Pro X
You will have a professional understanding of the Music Production DAW environment
You will know Studio One Keyboard Shortcuts as well as general DAW/Logic Pro X DAW Key Commands
You will be able to operate within many Music Production DAW Softwares using what you have learned in this course

In this course, you will learn how to produce and record professional quality music with a FREE DAW! You will learn your way around a basic Music Production DAW and that knowledge will transfer to almost any DAW on the market. Studio One Prime is a fully functional, FREE DAW by Presonus, and it is nothing to overlook! 

Here are some of the things we will cover in this course

  • Advanced Music Production and Recording Techniques
  • Recording MIDI Events
  • Advanced Editing Techniques
    • MIDI
    • Audio
  • Advanced Plugin Automation
  • Creating The Perfect Mix
  • DAW Tips and Tricks
  • Navigating a Basic DAW
  • Setting Up A Recording Session
  • Keyboard Shortcuts
  • And MUCH MORE!!!

I provide all the audio needed to follow along with me step by step through the entire music production process!

By the end of this course you will be able to Record, Edit, Mix and Master your songs to perfection within the FREE Studio One Prime DAW. You will be able to apply the knowledge you receive in this course to any Music Production DAW and produce professional quality music that will compete with any pro studio out there! This course is building upon what we covered in my first course, Music Production I. If you have not completed that course, I highly recommend that you enroll in that one as well. 

If you are wondering how to communicate your ideas both professionally and creatively, then Music Production II is the course for you!

I’ll see you inside!

Intro to Music Production II

1
Introduction to Music Production II
2
Welcome to Music Production II
3
FREE DAW!
4
FREE LOOPS!
5
My Gear (Optional)

Visit my website http://www.emetdesign.com to read up on the gear that I use in my personal studio!

6
Understanding the "Your Turn!" Lectures

Getting Started With Our DAW

1
Getting Started With Studio One Prime
2
Getting Prepared To Record - A Checklist
3
Setting Up A Studio Session
4
Launching and Creating a New Session
5
Your Turn! (Create Your Session)
6
Studio One Prime Tool Bar
7
How to Save Your Sessions
8
IMPORTANT!
9
Using and Editing Keyboard Shortcuts
10
Tips and Tricks for ALL DAWS
11
Conclusion

Working With LIVE Audio Within Studio One Prime

1
Introduction To LIVE Audio
2
Setting Up Your Interface
3
Setting the Audio Inputs and Outputs for Your Tracks
4
Overview of Keyboard Shortcuts for Recording
5
Advanced Recording Techniques
6
Recording Multiple Takes
7
Recording Scratch Guitar
8
Your Turn! (Scratch Guitar)
9
Editing Scratch Guitar
10
Recording Scratch Vocal Cues
11
Recording Scratch Vocals
12
Your Turn! (Scratch Vocals)
13
Editing Scratch Vocals
14
Conclusion

Working With MIDI Within Studio One Prime

1
Introduction to MIDI
2
Setting Up Your MIDI Controller
3
IMPORTANT (Key Command Change)
4
Musical Typing (No Controller? NO WORRIES!)
5
Overview of Keyboard Shortcuts for MIDI
6
Quantization
7
MIDI Quiz I

MIDI Quiz I

8
Conclusion

Tracking A Song From Start To Finish

1
Introduction to The Tracking Process
2
Recording Djembe (Hand Drum)
3
Your Turn! (Djembe)
4
Editing The Djembe (Hand Drum)
5
Recording Bass Guitar
6
Your Turn! (Bass Guitar)
7
Editing The Bass
8
Recording Acoustic Guitar
9
Your Turn! (Acoustic Guitar)
10
Recording Lead Guitar
11
Your Turn! (Lead Guitar)
12
Editing The Guitars
13
Recording Electric Piano
14
Your Turn! (Electric Piano)
15
Recording Organ
16
Your Turn! (Organ)
17
Recording Lead Synth
18
Your Turn! (Lead Synth)
19
Adding Samples
20
Your Turn! (Adding Samples)
21
Recording Auxiliary Percussion
22
Your Turn! (Auxiliary Percussion)
23
Editing The Auxiliary Percussion
24
Recording Lead Vocals
25
Your Turn! (Lead Vocals)
26
Recording Background Vocals I
27
Recording Background Vocals II
28
Recording Background Vocals III
29
Your Turn! (Backing Vocals)
30
Editing Vocals I
31
Editing Vocals II
32
Performing The Final Edits
33
Conclusion

How to Get a Great Mix

1
Preparing For A Mix Session
2
Good Sounds
3
Studio Monitors
4
Good Plugins Are Important
5
Mixing Volume
6
Most Important Piece Of Mixing Gear: YOUR EARS
7
Conclusion

Mixing Our Song

1
Introduction
2
Overview of Keyboard Shortcuts for Mixing
3
High Pass and Low Pass
4
The LOW END
5
Advanced Equalization
6
Advanced Dynamics
7
Creating Separation Between Sections of Our Song
8
Final Edits
9
Finishing Touches
10
Conclusion

Out In The Field

1
Introduction and Background
2
Creating a Workflow
3
The Mixing Process
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