Udemy.com – Audio Engineering: All About EQ [Tutorial, ENG]

By | June 10, 2019

 

Year of release : 2015
Manufacturer : Udemy.com
Manufacturer Website : www.udemy.com/audio-engineering-all-about-eq/
By : Christopher “Czar” Smith
Duration : 01:00:00
Type of handing out material : Video lesson
Language : English

Description : The Equalizer is one of the two most commonly used signal processing tools that audio engineers use daily. Equalizer allows you to change the frequency of tracks, instruments or vocals. In this course, Christopher “Czar” Smith will begin by learning the frequencies. It’s incredible how some engineers can identify problem frequencies. Christopher will show his approach to learning frequencies. After some practice, you will take the equalizer and confidently adjust the problem frequencies.
EQ is one of the most common compressor used. EQ is very powerful, it allows you to track, instrument, or vocal. Anyone interested in learning more about this course. In this course I start with learning frequencies. It is incredible how some engineers can pinpoint problem frequencies. I will show you how to hear them. After adjusting and adjusting the problem of confidence with confidence.

Content:
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction and learning frequencies 03:17
Lecture 2 Learning frequencies by boosting and listening 06:04
Lecture 3 Different Settings on an EQ 04:17
Section 2: Differences types of EQ’s
Lecture 4 Different Types of EQ 01:34
Lecture 5 semi parametric vs parametric 02:23
Lecture 6 Inductor EQ’s 02:08
Lecture 7 Graphic EQ 02:00
Lecture 8 Dynamic EQ 02:15
Lecture 9 Different Types of EQ on a vocal 11:35
Section 3: DIfferent Curves in EQ’s
Lecture 10 different EQ curves 03:27
Lecture 11 different curves of EQ’s shown 05:10
Section 4: How to use a Pultec EQ
Lecture 12 Pultec EQ 12:49
Section 5: EQ techniques and Tips
Lecture 13 Applying EQ to a vocal 11:21
Lecture 14 EQ tips 02:57
Section 6: Conclusion
Lecture 15 Contact info 00:45
Quiz 1 All About EQ quiz 8 questions

Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, ~ 1 743 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 KHz, ~ 64.8 Kbps, 2 channels

 

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