Music Production in 2 Minutes
The Power of Saturation Plugins
In music production, saturation is perhaps the most underrated mixing tool producers have at their disposal. Add analog edge and warmth to your music and leave flat, digital sounds in the past.
How to Use EQ Plugins
Equalization, or EQ for short, gives you the ability to sonically remove or add specific frequencies. This can help prevent a mix from sounding muddy, cluttered, and unclear and provide additional clarity to your sounds.
How to Finish Music Faster
Learning how to finish music faster can be a game-changer in your growth as an artist. This quick lesson on how to speed up your music production will help you boost your skills and improve your workflow in any DAW, as well as offer a fundamental understanding of how to finish tracks with speed.
Learning how to use compression can be a game-changer in your growth as a producer. This quick lesson on how to compress properly in music production will help you visually understand compression once and for all.
How to Use Reverb Plugins
Reverb is one of the most fascinating subjects in the realm of music production. In fact, reverb occurs everywhere around us. It's unavoidable. So an overly dry mix is actually extremely unnatural, making the proper use and application of reverb very necessary in our pursuit of a beautiful, professional mix.
How to Layer Sounds
Learning isn't only about making your sounds bigger, larger and more full. Layering is also about sounding unique, polished, and refined. This video will demystify the layering process and introduce a new way to think about layering.
Processing Chains Explained
The order of your plugin chain matters. So much so, that learning how to process sounds properly can be the difference in sounding digital and flat versus analog and alive. This quick lesson on how to use proper processing chains will help you make cleaner, more full music that stacks up against your favorite artists.
How to Master Your Music
Mastering your own music is actually quite simple. Learning how to master your music using processing chains can be very easy to learn with a little guidance. This quick lesson on how to master will help you make cleaner, more full music that stacks up against your favorite artists, as well as offer a fundamental understanding of how mastering works.