Learn how to get the best of sound and audio in terms of the physical properties and attributes of the sound. Basics to advanced, this module is all you need, to clear the foundation of audio engineering. The course is available to watch in English, Hindi, and Gujarati.
What is included?
This self-paced course in which will take you through the various sound properties, Material behaviour, different meterings, Industry standard Studio Design and Anatomy of Human hearing systems. By the end of the course, you will be thorough with the foundation of the audio engineering which will aid you to make better judgements in terms of music production, mixing, and mastering and also give you a basic idea of acoustic treatment.
In this 17 by-part video course, you will learn the Introduction to Audio Engineering and all the basic concepts related to sound. How the sound function/behaves, what are the properties of sound, how to measure the sound in acoustic domain, how does our ears interpret the sound coming from any direction, what is the ideal level to record/mix/master our tracks, does loud levels damage your hearing and if so, how to avoid it and so much more.
While taking the course, if you have any doubts, you can submit them by clicking on “Question” on the lesson page. You can also participate in the free monthly webinars or open a thread on the forum to clear your doubts. All Access Pass offers complete and unlimited access to this course. You can watch this course from your desktop, tablet or mobile.
1. Introduction to Audio Engineering
2. Properties of Sound
4. Audio vs Sound
5. How sound waves work?
6. Timbre & Audio Frequencies
8. Envelope and Phase
9. Speed of Sound
10. Perception of Sound
11. Sound Localisation
12. Sound Pressure Levels (SPL)
13. Anatomy of Human Ears – Pt. 1
14. Anatomy of Human Ears – Pt. 2
15. Noise Induced Hearing Losses (NIHL)
17. Fletcher Munson Curve
Who is this course for?
DJs, Producers, beat makers, audio enthusiasts and anyone who wants to know the nitty gritties of AudioEngineering so that they can use all the equipment or machinery in the studio/live venue most effectively.
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