So many things can go wrong in the mastering process and some of them begin before you even start. For instance, even something simple like your monitoring setup, which colors everything you hear even before you start any processing, could be leading you astray! But it goes even deeper... there's EQ management, compression, limiting... So much technology to understand and apply.
Luckily our star trainer and engineer, Joe Albano, is back to help you through the mastering maze with another one of his acclaimed Common Audio Mistake courses. In this course, Joe examines 10 common mistakes that, once you "get" them, you will never let infiltrate your mastering process!
So join Joe Albano and let him make the mistakes for you. We know that it'll save you a lot of time, money and headaches. Upon completing this course, whether you're a newbie or a pro, you will look at mastering in a whole new light!
While the topic at hand is not glamorous, it is fundamental and vital to understanding this final stage of audio production. The course is masterfully taught and chock full of invaluable content which should be reviewed repeatedly to reap the most benefit. I highly recommend this for anyone thinking about dabbling in mastering or looking to brush up their skills.
T2C wrote on May 17, 2017
this is a pretty good course on mastering it has a good explanation on how to use your compressor & limiters when mastering and good course on brick wall limiting
Giuseppe Dio wrote on July 26, 2016
Mastering is not a Joke. This course really help to better understand the techniques behind "the art of mastering". For me it was absolutely useful!
Zac wrote on May 11, 2016
This course is filled with plenty of helpful tips for new and experienced mastering engineers alike!
Raigcoco wrote on March 30, 2016
This is a good course because some of the mistakes show here, are sometimes in the mix also, and is a way to "Not to do in a mix". And also increase the knowledge about it.
Hindie wrote on March 28, 2016
Nice course about mastering in general. A great way to start to understand this great form of art.
Dv8ter wrote on March 24, 2016
A good course which reinforces the mastering process. Its easy to let slip the golden rules when mastering which makes this course important & worth reviewing from time to time to ensure you don't let slip the basic rules. Realising later that you forgot to adhere to the basics can be so anoying as you revisit spending valuable time redoing what you should have got right the first tme