For this course, it is recommended you use headphones or a balanced set of ‘flat response’ speakers that aren’t too biased to be either too ‘bassy’ or too treble-heavy.
Overhead closed back headphones are recommended, I personally recommend the Sennheiser HD25 headphones as they have a ‘flat response’ which do not excite the sound in any way to make it ‘punchier’ or ‘heavier’.
In any case, use the best, clearest listening device you have to hand. Test the same audio using different listening devices to find the best one.
What will I Learn?
- 1. The terminology used in sound
- 2. The basic layout of a Sound Mixing Desk
- 3. Getting the best 'mix' for live and broadcast sessions
Behringer X32 Mixer training
Sound Basics – terminology and foundations
Advance mixing – making the mix sound full