The Filmmaker's Guide to Audio

Hey guys, my name is Brenden Bytheway. I’m a song writer, producer, and recording/mixing engineer. I’ve been able to have my music heard by over 1 billion people. I’ve been lucky enough to have songs featured in some of the biggest TV shows, worked with top celebrities, and some of the biggest names in the industry. I’ve also done lots of audio work for some of the world’s top brands. 

Working with these clients has taught me a lot about audio production and the film industry and I want to share some of the things i’ve learned with you. Quality audio and sound is a very important part of good filmmaking. Trying to achieve Hollywood-level audio quality when you’re a one-man team could be disastrous and really put a dent in the value of your production. That’s exactly why I created The Filmmaker’s Guide to Audio. Because I wanted to create a solution to help YOU as a filmmaker finally understand audio. Sign up now and you’ll get instant access to The Filmmaker’s Guide to Audio course where I’ll give you the tools and the information that you need to ensure top-notch audio in your productions.

Included in this course:

  • Over 3 hours of no-fluff, straight-to-the-point videos
  • Understanding essential audio tools so you can know how to instantly double the value of your video
  • Advanced audio techniques including cleaning up dirty camera audio 
  • Always expanding database of videos
  • Access to an exclusive online community filled with like-minded individuals

See you on the other side!

Click below to see all the videos included in this course!

Intro (Watch Me First)
Understanding EQ
General EQ Areas to Think About
EQ Areas to Think About: Vocals
Understanding a Compressor
How a Compressor REALLY Works
Using a Frequency Analyzer
Using a Boom Mic
Using Lav Mics
Tips for VO (Gear & Touchup)
Cutting Music
Leveling Music with EQ and a Limiter
De-Clip Distorted Audio
Balancing Different Actors and Microphones
Get ADR to Sit Right
Cleaning Bad Camera Audio
Clean AC or Machine Hum
Sweetening Interview/Dialogue Audio
Mixing Dialogue and Music (Commercial-Interview)
Simple Audio Tricks to Sell Your Film
Recording Foley With Practical House Items
Understanding Loudness
Recording at Healthy Levels
Catering Sound to Multiple Devices
Improve Your Sound with Reference Tracks
Communication: Sound Mix VS Sound Design
The Difference Between MP3 and WAV
Understanding Different Bitrates
Boom vs. Lav?
Sound Design: Cool Sword Hit
Creatively Thinking about Sound Design
Creating Film Trailer Swells: Stacking SFX
Make Your Videos Sound 80's
Fire & Ice Sound Design Breakdown

The Filmmaker's Guide to Audio

$197.00 USD