The recording session follows one song from start to finish during a week-long studio session featuring 12 pro musicians and singer Iyeoka recording a new version of her hit song “Simply Falling,” which has over 5 million YouTube views. The original version of the song was produced by lynda.com
Audio content manager David Franz, who helped create the course after tracking the song in his Los Angeles project studio.
“Smaller project studios are becoming increasingly prominent, but simply having the tools isn’t the same as knowing how to use them well,” says Franz. “With Audio Recording Techniques
, we’re hoping to help musicians and aspiring engineers use the tools they have to make great sounding recordings.”Audio Recording Techniques
combines live action with computer animation that makes it easier to visualize microphone polar patterns—meaning a microphone’s sensitivity to sounds coming from different directions, which is a key consideration in choosing and placing microphones.
“This is truly a first-of-its-kind online course,” says Franz. “There are audio schools that cover recording technique, but online we’re able to use computer graphics to make it easier to understand certain concepts. Plus, it’s much more economical, and you can refer to it again and again.”Audio Recording Techniques
joins an already extensive library of audio courses covering everything from editing, mixing, mastering, and remixing to DAW training in Pro Tools, Logic, Ableton Live, and more. Other recent additions include iPad Music Production: GarageBand, Remixing Techniques: Time Stretching, Mixing a Rock Song in Pro Tools, Melodyne Studio Essential Training, and Audio Post Workflow with Final Cut Pro X and Pro Tools.
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