We believe the best way to learn is in small, concentrated groups. So, at Garnish, the classes for our Mixing and Mastering Course are no bigger than 8 people. If you’re wanting to add punch, depth and clarity to your mixes, this is the way to do it! The lessons are an intoxicating mix of classic and innovative modern techniques, along with tips and tricks to keep your interest piqued! If you’re ready to start experimenting with technique and concepts to transform your music projects, this is the course for you. You’ll also realize you’re saving a fortune on engineers and studio time by being able to bring these skills out in yourself. Better still, this course will cater for all DAW users and all music genres.
Garnish achieves this by using the third-party software Fabfilter, which runs on all popular DAWs. It’s not essential for participants to own them for this course if they use Pro Tools, Logic or Ableton, but we’d still recommend them highly. If you find that you do want to buy them, as a GMP learner, you’ll qualify for a 50% discount, wherever you are in the world.
The course will afford you 36 hours of focussed learning in your small class, where you’ll be able to ask questions, share tips and findings with like-minded fellow students and tutors to get the answers that you need. Sharing your problems and inspirations in this way is an invaluable learning tool, and we feel this very interactive aspect of the course runs rings around online courses and tutorials.
We’re committed to helping you complete the course, so if you are unlucky enough to miss a session or two due to illness or holiday clashes, we’ll always do our best to get you booked into a future cycle of your choice so that you can catch up. Extensive accompanying notes will be made available as standard and they are put together by the experts who develop our courses. Upon successful completion of the course, each participant gets a Garnish certificate completion. To learn more and request information on the schedule, click here.
EQ, Environment, Acoustics, and Separation
Reverbs, Delays and Other FX
Vocals, Automation and Getting Creative in the Mix Process
Mixing Electronic Music
Introduction to Mastering
36 Hours | In-Person: $23,400 | Online Remote Attendance: $5,999
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