Determining the right listening position in your studio

Published by | Friday, November 18th, 2011

If you’re an aspiring mix engineer, or even one with years of experience, Bobby Owsinski’s Audio Mixing Bootcamp course has something for you. Built around a series of hands-on mixing exercises designed to show audiophiles how to listen and work like mixing pros, this course reveals the tips, tricks, and secrets to all of the facets of mixing music, including instrument and vocal balance, panning, compression, EQ, reverb, and delay—all with the intent of making your mix sound as interesting as possible.

In the first movie of chapter one, Determining the listening position, Bobby shows how to properly set up your listening environment so that you can improve the quality of your mixes.


Determining the listening position
| Audio Mixing Bootcamp | by Bobby Owsinski

 

Wanna know how and why you can use EQ to make your tracks sound better, how to optimize your listening environment to create better mixes, or how to use compression to make your tracks more punchy? If you answered yes to any, or all, of these questions then Audio Mixing Bootcamp is the course for you.

Interested in more?
• All audio courses in the Online Training Library®
• Courses by Bobby Owsinski in the Online Training Library®

Suggested courses to watch next:
Mixing and Mastering with Pro Tools
• Pro Tools 9 Essential Training
Digital Audio Principles

Music Editing for TV and Film in Pro Tools

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