This course will help you use EQ's at a higher level to make your tracks sound amazing.
You'll get a crystal-clear understanding of the options for EQ's and Filters, so you know which one to use in every situation.
You'll also learn about the important frequency ranges like midrange, highs, lows and sub-bass, so you can bring out the best of each sound in your mix.
This is real audio engineering specifically for electronic music, with a pack of quick-start presets to get you going.
Put your headphones on and watch this video to hear the difference that EQ'ing makes.
Here's what you'll be able to do after this course:
Here's a look at the exact presets you can use to dial in great sound right away.
These give you the right frequencies to cut and boost on your kick drums, basslines, subs, synths, beat loops and even vocals.
You get a group of .adv files that you can drag right into your Ableton User Library.
All you have to do is drop them on your instruments and hear your mix snap into focus!
They're designed for the sounds we use most in electronic music, so you get help with what you actually need.
Don't worry if you haven't worked with presets before. It's really easy and there's a video tutorial to guide you through the installation process.
In addition to the preset pack, you get more than 30 pages of reference materials to help you learn WHY we use each frequency on each sound.
(Some of these are in use right now at the University level.)
You're getting real audio engineering advice and pro tips that apply far beyond Ableton.
What you learn will apply to the EQ's on mixing boards, DJ mixers, PA systems, analog hardware, VST synths, and in every DAW you meet for the rest of your life!
That's an amazing value for an essential topic you need to know.
If you complete this course and for some reason it does not help you, just let me know and I'll give you a refund.
Stop wasting time hunting for the right frequencies, and start dialing in juicy EQ settings on your sounds!
Find out what the basic kinds of EQ's and Filters are so you can start using them to make crisp, clean mixes that sound super-pro.