Audio Mastering (Tutorial DVD Vol 1)

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The three-part Audio Mastering with PC Workstations (for Mac or PC) is the most complete work on mastering and digital audio basics to date. Because knowledge about digital techniques and skilled handling of digital audio data is a prerequisite for professional mastering, subjects from PCM to jitter to dithering are treated extensively.

The series is made for future mastering engineers as well as for every audio engineer, producer, media technician, and ambitious home studio enthusiast who is involved with digital audio on a daily basis and wishes to attain the best results possible. Chapter 1 covers technical basics. Chapter 2 contains a step-by-step description of the ideal workflow using WaveLab 6 as an example. Using practical examples, chapter 3 offers a deeper exploration of mastering techniques. The best native and DSP-supported plug-ins such as Powercore and UAD-1 are discussed.

180 min. runtime
HD-Video Format
extremely high quality tutorial videos
no installation required
PC or MAC required
DVD contains 4 languages: English, German, French, Spanish

Volume 1 Contents:

What is Mastering?
Mastering Goals
CD Mastering from Stereo Tracks
Mastering from Groups
Time Management
Studio Acoustics
Room Acoustics Testing
Choice of Speakers
Speaker Layout
Equipment Requirements
Operating System Settings
Sound Cards
Our Sense of Hearing
The Fletcher-Munson Curve
Listening Strategies
Ear Training
Frequency Chart
Metering for Mastering

System requirements

1024 x 768 pixel Monitor, DVD drive, Quicktime 7
Windows XP Home und Professional, Windows Vista (QT 7.1.3), 2 GHz or faster, 256 MB RAM, Windows MME & Direct Sound.
OS X Version 10.4, Mac G4 1,67 GHz or faster


Product IDCOBS012944840
Composer/Artist/Author Friedemann Tischmeyer
Publisher Tischmeyer Publishing
Language Eng
Media DVD

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