Audio Engineering for Beginners

One of the most important elements of video, podcasting, and streaming is knowing how to work with audio. It can be a confusing topic to navigate as a beginner, but it’s not hard to learn.

In this course, you’ll go through 3 classes that will teach you how to work with microphones, edit and enhance audio in Adobe Audition, and work with multiple audio files at once for podcasting. By the end, you’ll learn everything you need to produce clean audio for any project.

Here's a Preview!

This is the introduction video that highlights what you’ll learn in the 3 classes.

The program

What You'll Learn

Microphone Types

Learn about the different types of microphones and the different situations each type is best in.

Sound Treatment

Learn why certain spaces are bad to record in and how to treat your space to produce the best sound possible.

Recording Devices

Learn about the different types of recording devices and which one you should buy.

Adobe Audition Basics

Learn how to navigate and edit audio in Adobe Audition. You'll learn my personal shortcuts and workflow.

Enhancing Voice-Over

Learn how to enhance dialogue audio by using noise reduction, compression, EQ, and limiters.

Multitrack Editing

Learn how to use Adobe Audition's multitrack editor to edit multiple audio files for a podcast.

100% Risk Free

When you enroll in this course, you're protected by a 30-day guarantee. If you truly feel that this course didn't offer you value, just show me you did the assignments and I’ll refund you every penny.

WHAT STUDENTS SAY

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FAQs

Ideally yes. Module 1 is all about microphones and audio recorders, so you won’t need it for the first class, but class 2 and 3 is all taught in Adobe Audition. You can potentially take the lessons and apply them to a different Digital Audio Workstation software, but it’ll be easiest to follow along if you have Adobe Audition. 

Other than having Adobe Audition, you will need a microphone. However, you might want to watch through class 1 to decide what type of microphone is best suited for you first.

Definitely. The lessons are designed to be concise and straight to the point. The best thing you can do is go at your own pace and make sure you accomplish the assignments after each lesson.

Nope! After you purchase the course, you’ll have access to the information and any updates I make to the course forever.

The video content of this course adds up to being around 2 hours and 30 minutes of watch time. I may add lessons according to student feedback as time goes on.

Start Creating Today!

The demand for good video creators and audio enginieers has increased in the internet age. With this course, you’ll be able to grow your skills and find clients at the same time.

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