You can’t get a good mix on your audio projects if you are listening back on cheap computer speakers. High-quality monitors and headphones will let you really hear what is going on.
In this video tutorial from my Advanced Audio Processing for Video course, you will learn why this is important and what to look for in a set of monitors and headphones.
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Here are links to the equipment I mention in the video.
- Behringer Truth B1031A: A lot of bang for the buck with this monitor! Keep in mind these are priced individually.
- Yamaha HS8: A more refined and balanced sound with a great price.
- Monoprice 108323: One of my favorite headphones! Great performance at a fantastic price.
- Sennheiser HD 380: Popular cans with replaceable parts and passive sound attenuation of 32dB.
Watch the Full Course
In a video production, audio is arguably a more important factor than picture. In the full course, Advanced Audio Processing for Video, you will learn how to edit, process, mix, and master audio for your video projects.
You will learn how to use essential audio plugins like EQs, compressors, gates, expanders, and de-essers. You'll learn how to clean up dialog tracks by fixing noise, reverb, and mouth clicks. You will also learn how to mix and process effects so that they sit in the mix. Finally, you will learn how to use some mastering plugins like compressors and limiters to keep your audio levels and tone in check.
By the end of this course, you will have the skills you need to be able to tackle the audio portion of your projects like a pro!
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