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The Sound Kitchen - Great Sound Made Easy

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    The Sound Kitchen - Great Sound Made Easy
    Last updated 5/2021
    MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
    Language: English | Size: 17.21 GB | Duration: 13h 46m

    Sound Engineering course for musicians, volunteers, professionals. For both beginners and people with some knowledge

    What you'll learn
    Be inspired like never before to pursuit great sound
    Understand sound better in a musical, scientific and philosophical sense
    Connect the language of music to the technical language of sound
    Form the mindset of the greats behind sound production (for both live and recording)
    Learn to select and use / position the right microphone for a given source
    Understand and practise electronic matching
    Learn to select and use / position the right microphone for a given source
    Use the equalizer with in-depth understanding
    Use the mixer correctly
    Learn to choose and use the correct PA for a given room
    Control feedback
    Build a mix
    Bring balance and beauty to a song

    Great passion for music and sound (that is the first and main requirement)
    A DAW program is required, however a demo software is provided
    Preferably a decent pair of headphones
    Some basic understanding of math
    Optional (a small mixer for the mixer session)

    The Sound Kitchen is a sound engineering course aimed at anyone who is passionate about sound and wants to learn the how-to's of great sound. The course uses lots of music and it is both inspirational and technical; but make no mistake, you will have more than your money's worth of technical insight and input.The instruction is music based. Therefore there are always audio examples (there is also a lesson that will help you develop your hearing skills with audio clips you can download). We use a Digital Audio Workstation so that you can immediately put into practice the concepts expressed in some of the lessons, ending up making music (better) rather than just hearing someone talk about it. Furthermore, if you wanted to, you will be able to use the DAW (within the licensed time period) to exercise some sound engineering routines by yourself independently from the course.The course is very practical and the terminology is not overly technical (again do not assume that this is a shortfall, as often seasoned engineers have learned a great deal from the course approach and teachings). At the end of the course, you will be able to plan a sound production, choose well-suited equipment, set up a PA, and with practice, mix a production/song (live or in your home studio)."Ears before gear": is a sentence I coined to embody the idea that the most important piece of equipment to achieve great sound is the engineer. Ultimately great gear will sound poorly if the engineer cannot use it well. The opposite is also true that average gear in the right hands will sound great. This mindset is thematic across the entire course.The numbersA total of almost 14 hours of video tuition 69 video clips Manually entered Captions, so that everyone can understand every word9 sections9 quizzes (to help you review each section)89 audio clips (to download) used for hearing training 2 DAW program available (PC and MAC) each with a tailor-made sessionMulti-track songs performed by top South African musicians, recorded in a high-end studio in Cape Town, South AfricaPlenty of brain-stretching and ear developing DAW exercises I am confident that you will learn a great deal and will enjoy doing so. I look forward to seeing you among my new students. Ciao. Tim
    Section 1: Introduction
    Lecture 1 Course overview
    Lecture 2 Before you start
    Section 2: Definitions
    Lecture 3 Definitions: Section overview
    Lecture 4 Defining sound
    Lecture 5 Defining sound engineering
    Lecture 6 Defining a sound system; 3 qualities of a great engineer
    Lecture 7 Laws of perceptions
    Section 3: 3 Distinctive Characters of Sound
    Lecture 8 3 Distinctive Characters of Sound: Section overview
    Lecture 9 Pitch
    Lecture 10 Intensity part A
    Lecture 11 Intensity part B
    Lecture 12 Intensity: clarification
    Lecture 13 Timbre 1 part A
    Lecture 14 Timbre 1 part B
    Lecture 15 Timbre 2 part A
    Lecture 16 Timbre 2 part B
    Lecture 17 Hearing training preface
    Lecture 18 Hearing Training
    Section 4: Sound Control
    Lecture 19 Sound Control: Section overview
    Lecture 20 Sound Production Architecture
    Lecture 21 Sound Production Architecture - observations
    Lecture 22 Sound Manipulation part A
    Lecture 23 Sound Manipulation part B
    Lecture 24 Sound Isolation part A
    Lecture 25 Sound Isolation part B
    Section 5: Cables & D.I. Box
    Lecture 26 Cables & D.I. Box: Section overview
    Lecture 27 Cables 1
    Lecture 28 Cables 2
    Lecture 29 D.I. Boxes
    Lecture 30 D.I. Box part B
    Section 6: Microphones
    Lecture 31 Microphones: Section overview
    Lecture 32 Microphones 1
    Lecture 33 Microphones 2
    Lecture 34 Microphones 3
    Lecture 35 Microphones 4
    Section 7: Equalizer
    Lecture 36 Equalizer: Section overview
    Lecture 37 Equalizer section preface VERY IMPORTANT
    Lecture 38 PC DAW overview
    Lecture 39 MAC DAW overview
    Lecture 40 Signal processing
    Lecture 41 Introduction to the Equalizer
    Lecture 42 Band types
    Lecture 43 Band "shapes" 1, 2 & 3
    Lecture 44 Band "shapes" 4 & 5
    Lecture 45 Tone processing steps & practical tips part A
    Lecture 46 Tone processing steps & practical tips part B
    Lecture 47 Tone processing steps & practical tips part C
    Lecture 48 Tone processing steps & practical tips part D
    Section 8: Mixer
    Lecture 49 Mixer: Section overview
    Lecture 50 Basic mixer architecture logic
    Lecture 51 Routing 1
    Lecture 52 Metering
    Lecture 53 Gain structure
    Lecture 54 Level setting
    Lecture 55 Routing 2 part A: output types
    Lecture 56 Routing 2 part B: most common routing types
    Lecture 57 Routing 3: channel to masters patching
    Section 9: Loudspeakers
    Lecture 58 Loudspeakers: Section overview
    Lecture 59 Defining a loudspeaker
    Lecture 60 The Crossover System
    Lecture 61 6 important aspects of a speaker part A
    Lecture 62 6 important aspects of a speaker part B
    Lecture 63 6 important aspects of a speaker part C
    Lecture 64 Setting up in a room: speaker choice
    Lecture 65 Setting up in a room: speaker placement
    Lecture 66 Feedback part A
    Lecture 67 Feedback part B
    Section 10: Mix
    Lecture 68 Mix: Section overview
    Lecture 69 Basic mixing principles
    Lecture 70 Musical components part A
    Lecture 71 Musical components part B
    Lecture 72 Fundamental and filler sounds
    Lecture 73 The masking principle
    Lecture 74 What can I drop?
    The course is suitable for people with different knowledge and skill levels, ranging from people with no knowledge to people that work in this field.,Musicians who want to understand sound engineering better,Sound engineers,Sound volunteers in churches/school,People with some background knowledge that want to expand their understanding of sound engineering

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