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Complete Musical Production Course


This package contains the top 4 music production course to turn you into a true music producer or producer of electronic music. You will learn to set up a studio or homestudio and choose your equipment, record properly any acoustic or electric instrument, edit your music and audio with the best and most used world's audio software Pro Tools. You will create your electronic or acoustic music on the computer running Ableton Live and do the mixing and mastering professional to have the music ready for publication. With the Complete Course Music Production, you are 100% able to write, create, produce, mixing, mastering and will dominate his studio soon. You will learn the best techniques and the best software to produce your music with excellence.

* Student Course can purchase the student version of Pro Tools software directly with the official distributor.
See the rules of the Program Student Course Pro Tools Original Software


Hours: 204h * Equivalent to a classroom course in 21:16, video lessons (* time required for correct use of the course with suggested exercises and practices).
How it works? The purchase of courses, you can choose between "download + online", "DVD + online" or "Pen Drive + Online". Upon confirmation of payment you will receive an email with the data to access our online platform, and if you choose to purchase via download, another e-mail with the link to download. On the online platform, you will have access to the same content available via download, DVD or memory stick, and may ask questions of the teacher if you have any questions regarding the content of courses. All courses have the same methodology, are video lessons divided into chapters / themes that can be assisted in the order you choose, as often as you want, so you can go straight to a specific subject without watching everything that comes before. With online access you can start studying without waiting for the download completion or DVD / Pen Drive arrive at your home.
DVDs: 4 DVDs with .mov / mp4 videos, polyurethane cover and liner notes in couche paper.
Download: link sent via e-mail to download on your computer. (Total size: 12 121 GB divided into seven files).
Online: Link, login and password sent via e-mail.
Pen Drive: Sony new 16GB Pen Drive with all the videos and files to practice.
Certificate: Yes, you can print in our online platform after attending all classes and taking a test consists of multiple choice questions. Each course has an individual certificate for this package will be generated 4 certificates.
Files to practice: Yes, Pro Tools courses, Mixing and Mastering and Ableton Live, have files to practice in the Online Platform, the DVD, the Pen Drive and Download.
Requirements to attend the course on DVD: computer, video games: PlayStation / X-Box with ability to view mp4 / mov videos.
Requirements to watch the online course: computer, tablet or smartphone with ability to view videos and Internet 512kbps (1MB recommended) "online videos may not work correctly with some tablets, certified tablet: Ipad".
Requirements to watch using the Pen Drive: Computer with USB port.
Language Course: Courses 100% in Portuguese.
Access time to the system: You will have access to content and the online platform forever, while the course is being marketed. Anyway we guarantee at least 3 years of access to the course for you to stay quiet and do your time, at your own pace.
Teacher support: travel system via questions to a maximum of 48 business hours to reply. See rules

Software / equipment do not follow the course.

Main topics of the Studio and Home Studio module (Audio and Recording)

As miking Battery
As miking guitar
As miking Voice
As miking guitar
How to mount studio and homestudio
What equipment to buy
Equipment cost X benefit
Miking techniques Mono and Stereo
As any instrument miking
Gain Structure
Figures pickup
Microphone Frequency response
Techniques of large producers
Recording using amp simulator
Recording any instrument
Key topics Pro Tools module

Pre and Post Assistant
Put effects
Plugin automation
Export Audio
Elastic Audio
Beat Detective
Editing Tools
BPM, Compass, Weather
Main topics of Mixing and Mastering module (Mix and Master)

Using the equalizer
Timbragem professional
Plugins vintage simulators
Mixing with market volume
Multiband compressor
Side chain
Main Ableton Live module topics

Studio mounting
Audio editing
MIDI controllers
Music Production
Ableton Live
Batteries creation
Bases of creation
Audio editing


Chapters of Audio Module for Studio and Homestudio


0.1 Before you start
0.2 Division of the course
Chapter 1 - Selection guide - equipment

1.1 Basic system
1.2 sound card (Audio Interface)
1.3 Computer audio recording
1.4 What is the best audio software
1.5 Headphones
1.6 Reference Monitors
1.7 Recommendation microphones
1.8 MIDI controller
1.9 Acoustic panels
Chapter 2 - Understanding the microphones

2.1 Introduction to microphones
2.2 Microphones Part 2
2.3 Microphones Part 3
2.4 Polar Patterns
Chapter 3 - miking Part 1 - mono

3.1 Structure gain
3.2 Microphone Types X X Types of miking techniques miking
3.3 distant miking with condenser microphone
3.4 miking next with condenser microphone
3.5 close and distant miking with dynamic microphone
3.6 Comparison of microphones and microfonações
3.7 X condenser microphone dynamic microphone - WATCH FREE
3.8 Experiencing microphone positions
Chapter 4 - miking Part 2 - Technical stereo miking

4.1 stereo miking techniques
4.2 Technical miking XY
4.3 miking technique ORTF
4.4 Technical miking AB
Chapter 5 - Recording battery

5.1 Recording battery
5.2 How miking overheads
5.3 How miking box - skin
5.4 How miking box - treadmill
5.5 How miking kick
5.6 How miking and toms
5.7 How to use room microphone
5.8 miking jazz or few microphones
Chapter 6 - How to record guitar and bass

6.1 Recording guitar amp - clean guitar
6.2 Recording guitar amp - distorted guitar
6.3 Recording direct clean guitar sound card without amplifier
6.4 Direct Recording distorted guitar without amplifier interface
6.5 How to record bass
Chapter 7 - How to record voice

7.1 How to record voice
Chapter 8 - How to record guitar

8.1 How miking guitar with one single microphone
8.2 How to record guitar with 2 microphones
Chapter 9 - How to burn any other instrument

9.1 How to burn any other instrument
Chapters of Pro Tools module


0.1 Before You Begin
Chapter 1 - Getting to Know the Pro Tools Interface

1.1 Create Session
1.2 Editing Window Interface
1.3 The Mix Window Interface
1.4 Colors, Organization and Transport
1.5 Menus Pro Tools
Chapter 2 - How to Write to Pro Tools

2.1 Latency
Click 2.2
2.3 How to Burn Audio
2.4 Inputs and Outputs IO
2.5 Recording, Assembly (quick, punch) and Loop Record
2.6 Playlist
2.7 Disabling and Hiding Tracks
2.8 Ticks and Samples
2.9 Monitoring Modes
Chapter 3 - without Grid Pro Tools Editing

3.1 Editing Tools
3.2 Edit Modes and Edition without Grid
3.3 Unlocking Shuttle Mode
3.4 Commands and Shortcuts Edition
3.5 Exercise - without Grid Edition
Chapter 4 - Editing Grid in Pro Tools

4.1 Issue with Grid and Remix
4.2 Elastic Audio and Audio Quantize
Beat Detective
4.4 Group Clips, Colors and Edition
4.5 Loop and Relative Grid
4.6 Scrubber Pen
Chapter 5 - Miscellaneous

5.1 Playback and Scroll
5.2 Groups
5.3 Import Audio and Midi
Workspace 5.4
5.5 Import Data - Import session data
Chapter 6 - Midi Pro Tools

6.1 Midi Part 1 - Drivers and Recording
6.2 Midi Part 2 - Midi Midi Merge and Assembly
6.3 Midi Edition
6.4 Midi Event
6.5 Quantization Midi
Chapter 7 - Automation in Pro Tools

7.1 Automation
7.2 Automation, BPM and Time Signature
7.3 Plugin Automation
7.4 Changing BPM Audio Recorded
Chapter 8 - Routing in Pro Tools

8.1 Routing
8.2 Insert and Sent post fader
8.3 Musician Return and pre Sent Fader
8.4 Solo Safe
Chapter 9 - Export Audio in Pro Tools

9.1 Consolidating and Exporting
9.2 Rewire
9.3 Exporting Pro Tools - Bounce
Chapters of Mixing and Mastering module

Chapter 1 - Introduction, mixing rooms and equipment

1.1 Mixing and Mastering concept and introducing
1.2 Production processes
1.3 How to prepare and adjust your mixing room
1.4 Understanding frequencies and harmonics
1.5 Headset and reference monitors
1.6 Fundamentals of Acoustics
Chapter 2 - How to equalize

2.1 Equalizers
2.2 Sweep
2.3 Putting EQ or effects on Live
2.4 Putting EQ or effect in Logic
2.5 Putting EQ or effect in Cubase
2.6 Putting EQ or effect on Sonar
2.7 Auditory training equalization with guitar
2.8 Auditory training equalization with battery
2.9 Auditory training equalization low
2:10 Auditory training equalization with guitar
2.11 Auditory training equalization with orchestra
2:12 Auditory training with voice equalization
2:13 Auditory training equalization with piano
2:14 equalization Exercise
Chapter 3 - Using the compressor

3.1 Compressor Concept
3.2 Compression voice
3.3 Compression on bass
3.4 Reasons to compress
3.5 Compression Exercise
Chapter 4 - Other dynamic controllers

4.1 De esser
4.2 Gate
4.3 Multiband Compressor
Chapter 5 - Signal flow and sent aid

5.1 Signal flow
5.2 Signal flow and effect send on software
5.3 Sent effect in Logic
5.4 Sent effect in Ableton Live
5.5 Sent effect in Cubase
5.6 Effect Sent in Sonar
Chapter 6 - How to improve battery tone with samples

6.1 Sound replacer
Chapter 7 - Effects

7.1 Delay
Reverb Part 1 7.2
7.3 Reverb Part 2
7.4 Decorative Effects: Chorus, Flanger, Faser, Talkbox and Doubler
Chapter 8 - Advanced mixing techniques

8.1 advanced equalization and voice compression techniques
8.2 Advanced Technical reverb and delay in voice
8.3 Advanced Techniques Side Chain
Chapter 9 - How to make a consistent mixing and market volume

9.1 How to start a mixing
9.2 The foundation of a mix of 1
9.3 The foundation of a mix of 2
9.4 Panoramas, effects and automation
Chapter 10 - Automation

10.1 Automation
10.2 Automation Logic
10.3 Automation Ableton Live
10.4 Automation Cubase
10.5 Automation Sonar
Chapter 11 - Mastering (Limiter, Dither, Volume and Finishing)

Mastering Part 1 11.1
11.2 Mastering Part 2
11.3 Final Master - fades and crossfades
Ableton Live module chapters

Introduction - Course summary

Using the Exercise Files
The Browser Live 8
The Browser Live 9
Chapter 1 - Assembling Your Homestudio

1.1 How to set up a home studio studio
1.2 Connecting Your Studio
1.3 Microphone Buying Guide
Chapter 2 - Setup and Software Preferences

2.1 How to configure Ableton Live
2.2 Setting MIDI controller
Chapter 3 - Understanding Clips

3.1 How to use clips in Ableton Live
3.2 Working with MIDI clips
3.3 Properties of audio clips
3.4 MIDI clips Properties
3.5 Working with scenes
Chapter 4 - Working with Ableton Live files

4.1 Save project and Ableton Live file structure
4.2 Exporting clips and presets, effects and midi
4.3 Import and export packages of loops and effects
Chapter 5 - How to Burn MIDI in Ableton Live

5.1 Recording MIDI in a clip
5.2 Composition methods with MIDI
Chapter 6 - Editing MIDI

6.1 MIDI editor Properties
6.2 How MIDI quantize (putting notes in time)
6.3 Editing intensity, pitch and duration of notes Midi
6.4 Applying grooves
Chapter 7 - How to Burn audio in Ableton Live

7.1 How to record audio
Chapter 8 - Working with the timeline (Arrangement View)

8.1 Arrangement View
8.2 Recording audio and MIDI in the Arrangement View
8.3 How to mount and write to loop
8.4 Transferring the Session View content for the Arrangement View
Chapter 9 - The mixer Ableton Live

9.1 The Live mixer
9.2 Return Auxiliary and Auxiliary Send
9.3 musician Return
9.4 Grouping and arranging Set
Chapter 10 - Mixing and effects

10.1 Working with effects and audio processors
10.2 Using the equalizer
10.3 Using the compressor
10.4 How to use the delay
10.5 Using reverb
10.6 How to create presets Audio effects
Chapter 11 - MIDI effects (create musical bases without knowing theory)

11.1 Creating musical bases without knowing theory
Chapter 12 - Automation

12.1 How to use automation in Ableton Live
Chapter 13 - How to fix the audio time (warp)

13.1 How to fix the time audio and Loops
13.2 How to fix the audio played time
Chapter 14 - Using fades

14.1 Using fades and crossfades
Chapter 15 - How to resolve "locking" of Ableton Live

15.1 How to solve locking in Ableton Live
Chapter 16 - How to use a MIDI controller

16.1 Using MIDI controller in Ableton Live
16.2 Using the computer keyboard as MIDI controller
Chapter 17 - Exporting audio file

17.1 Exporting audio file of a project
Chapter 18 - How to convert MP3 and publish on the internet

18.1 Convert audio files in MP3
18.2 How to publish your music on the Internet
Chapter 19 - Live 9 News

19.1 Live 9 Introduction
19.2 Transforming Audio Midi
19.3 New audio effects
19.4 Creative Tools
19.5 Envelope and Clip Automation
Learning assessment and End!

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