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Music Protest Using EQ and Compression in Cubase [TUTORiAL]

Music Protest Using EQ and Compression in Cubase
FANTASTiC | 26 May 2021 | 685 MB
This course is designed to make the processing of mixing your track feel more like music and less like engineering. You'll learn how EQ and compression work together to help you make the right musical choices for each track in your mix. You'll learn what to listen for when using a compressor.

Students get started by downloading the stems (audio files). These stems can be used in an DAW (ProTools, Cubase, Ableton, Logic, etc.). The lessons in this course are presented with Cubase, but the main focus is EQ and Compression which are universal topics that apply to any DAW. Follow along with this walkthrough-style course to learn how the technicalities of mixing with EQ and Compression. With these skills, you'll be able to stay focused on your music without having to compromise on a half-baked final mix.

Hands-on Class Project

Once you've completed this course, I invite you to complete the challenge! Start by downloading the stems and make your own mix.

  • Mix the downloadable project stems (or a similar audio multitrack project)
  • Upload the final mix (to a service like Soundcloud or equivalent) and post a link in your project
  • Share your thoughts and strategy with the instructor and other students
  • Let us know if you're looking for any specific feedback


Meet Your Teacher

I am a full-time professional musician who has broad teaching experience with guitar & bass students in rock, blues, jazz and many other genres. I perform live on bass, guitar and keyboards. In addition, I perform live electronic music improvisation. I've devoted over 26 years to my own well-rounded musical education, focusing on a mastery of all aspects of modern music - from music theory to ear training; from live performance to composition and practice routines.

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