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Master Series on Audio Engineering and Music Production
« on: October 16, 2019, 10:26:15 am »

I have a free resource/channel on youtube,  that I’ve created a Master series on music production, that also teaches audio engineering concepts, music production concepts, about microphones, midi, synthesizers, and many other subjects related to audio engineering and music production.

The channel is free, and was made for individuals who cannot afford college (there is a video on whether you should go to college or not on the channel, and i suggest going through the channel before you decide to spend 50,000 or more on education to work in the audio industry), and those that do not have the time or resources to investigate or study on their own all the material needed to produce music and become an audio engineer.

It was designed to help the community as a whole to become better educated about the “meat and potatoes” of music productions , and audio engineering, as it applies to the music industry

My hope is that it will eventually create on its own a community of knowledgeable, and well informed artists, producers and engineers…

Please check it out, and please share wherever you can, to promote a better audio engineering community…

Thanks, and hope to see you there !

Brent David Cartwright (Doc)
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« Reply #1 on: October 16, 2019, 04:50:44 pm »

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