No one explains the art of mastering better than Daniel Wyatt. In this short and entertaining course you will learn rock solid mastering tips and concepts that you can't get anywhere else. Dive in now.
It is often said that you should never master your own tracks. In this easy-to-digest course, mastering engineer Daniel Wyatt explains why this is not true. By watching theses tutorials, you learn all the tips, tricks and secrets that Daniel has accumulated in his career as a mastering engineer.
First, Daniel explains how to prepare your mix for mastering. You learn common mistakes to avoid, best mix bus compression/limiting practices, and you discover what Daniel calls the "balloon analogy". Daniel moves to best mastering practices, including loudness maximizing, EQing, monitoring, and referencing. He also talks about Mid/Side Processing, Stem Mastering, EP assembling and more...
So sit back, enjoy and learn as Daniel condenses his years of mastering experience in this easy to follow course.
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Andrew wrote on July 8, 2020
Two thumbs up man. I mean, you said a couple of things here that I've never heard or read anywhere before, and it blew my mind, holy crap that's not what everyone is saying and it totally makes sense. Not gonna reveal it here in the review, just watch, it's a quick course anyway...
Nathan wrote on April 28, 2020
I really enjoyed this mastering class. It was exactly what I was hoping for. There are countless courses on how to use certain mastering plugins and apps from a technical perspective, but very few courses that really dive into the more gnostic secrets of mastering. This class is just that. You will come out wiser and armed with new tips and tricks that you can apply in your next session. I also enjoyed the very original examples that help to explain and cement certain important concepts. Very well done!
Very Informative wrote on April 18, 2020
A great overview of the key points to mastering.
Mastering Overview wrote on April 16, 2020
There's a lot of relevant info that comes across quickly to assimilate in one gulp. Fortunately, the course is broken down into bite size pieces which can be snacked on as many times as necessary. For my taste, very well presented!