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Music Production with Mixing & Mastering

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Music Production with Mixing & Mastering

Learning the tricks and techniques to mixing and mastering your songs

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  • ₹900.00
  • ₹1000.00
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Course Content

3 sections • 4 lectures • 00h 26m total length
Music Production Tutorials
3min
Music Production Tutorials
9min
Music Production Tutorials
8min
Music Production Tutorials
6min

Requirements

  • Focused on clients that need to show signs of improvement at their blending and acing inside Studio One Music Composers, Producers working with Studio who need to realize the instruments better Clients who need to take their Studio one Songs further and clean them up so they contrast and other business discharges.

Description

On the off chance that you need to improve your melody blends in Studio One, this is the ideal course for you! Figure out how to Mix and Master them inside Studio One This is a finished course showing you how to utilize every one of the apparatuses and capabilities in Studio One to give you an incredible blended, aced and settled tune/s With simple to-follow instructional exercises and a true case of a melody from beginning to end, you'll appreciate learning while at the same time making a move.

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