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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 produced music and done audio work for some of the world’s top brands. 

Working with these clients has taught me a lot about audio production and the music industry and I want to share the secrets i’ve learned with you. When I first started making music I had two major frustrations. First, I didn’t know how to get my songs to sound as good as they did in my head, and second, I didn’t know how to have my music heard by more than 5 people. Thats exactly why I created That Audio Guy, because I wanted to create a solution to help YOU become That Audio Guy! Sign up now and start down your path to becoming That Audio Guy.  

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  • 160+ no fluff, straight-to-the-point videos teaching you everything you need to know from getting started in your DAW to mixing and mastering your own music to get that pro-level, radio-ready sound. 
  • Videos from multiple DAWs so you don't feel restricted in your learning (Logic X, Pro Tools, Studio One, more DAWs coming soon)
  • My E-book Smart Mixing
  • Always expanding database of videos
  • Access to an exclusive online community filled with like-minded individuals

See you on the other side!

 

Videos In This Course

  • Mixing Intro
  • What is Mixing?
  • Why Mixing?
  • How to Start a Mix
  • Gain Staging and Volume Balance
  • What is EQ?
  • EQ Bands, Names, and When to Use Them
  • General EQ Areas to Think About
  • EQ Areas to Think About: Vocals
  • EQ Areas to Think About: Bass
  • EQ Areas to Think About: Drums
  • EQ Areas to Think About: Acoustic Guitar
  • What is Compression?
  • How a Compressor REALLY Works
  • Compression Basics: Bass
  • Compression Basics: Vocals
  • Compression Basics: Drums
  • Compression Basics: Acoustic Guitar
  • What is a Bus?
  • What is Parallel Compression?
  • Types of Reverb
  • Reverb VS Delay
  • Recording Intro
  • How to Record Audio Into a Computer
  • What is MIDI?
  • How to Record a Virtual Instrument with Keyboard
  • Do I Need an Audio Interface?
  • What Kind of Audio Interface Should I Get?
  • Do I Need a Preamp?
  • What is Phantom Power?
  • How to Record at Healthy Levels
  • Different Types of Microphones
  • What is a Shockmount?
  • Why You Need a Pop Filter
  • Using a Vocal Booth
  • What is the Best Vocal Microphone?
  • 5 Basic Tips for Recording on a Vocal Mic
  • Basic Recording on Acoustic Guitar
  • How to Get the Best Recording Possible
  • Do I Need Expensive Equipment?
  • What is a Patchbay?
  • Mastering Intro
  • Brief EQ Areas to Look at When Mastering
  • Using Reference Tracks During Mastering
  • What is Dynamic Range and Why is it Important?
  • Make Music Louder Using a Limiter
  • What Settings to Use for Bouncing Out Your Song
  • Improve Your Tracks Using Volume Automation
  • Enhance Drums Using Parallel Compression
  • Gritty Drums Using Parallel Compression
  • Mixing Live Jazz Drums
  • Creating Cool Ambient Vocal Textures
  • Instant Choir with Only Four Voices
  • Sidechaining Bass For the Pump Effect in EDM
  • Spice Up Your Track with Live Percussion or Loops
  • Swell Vocal Transitions: Glitch Vocals
  • The Difference Between You and Pro Mixers
  • Tighten Dance Tracks: Kick Decay
  • Save Hours in the Studio Using One Simple Tool
  • Getting Vocals to Cut Through a Mix
  • How to Make Rap Vocals Bigger
  • Reverse Vocal Trick
  • Spice Up Backup Vocals Using Pitch Shifter
  • Spice up Drums Using Distortion
  • Groove Up Drums Using Delay
  • Programming Drums to Sound More Human: Ghost Notes
  • Getting Cinematic Drums in "Against Time"
  • How to Get that "Big Drum" Sound
  • Creating Film Trailer Swells: Stacking SFX
  • Make a Full Song with One Loop
  • Cut-Up Glitchy EDM Type Vocals
  • Getting Out of a Musical Rut
  • Fire & Ice Sound Design Breakdown
  • 15 Minute Overview of Logic X
  • Bounce Audio in Place in Logic X
  • Editing Midi with Piano Roll in Logic X
  • Using Flex Pitch in Logic X
  • How to Find Missing Files in Logic X
  • Record MIDI Without Pushing the Record Button
  • Speed Up Workflow: Key Commands in Logic X
  • Save Hours in the Studio Using One Simple Tool
  • Velocity Limiter in Logic X
  • How to Record in Logic X
  • Battery 4 Multi-Output in Logic X
  • Using the Metronome in Logic X
  • How to Add a Plugin in Logic X
  • Access Typing Keyboard in Logic X
  • Adding Video to Logic X
  • How to Change an Audio File’s Tempo Using Logic X
  • Save Hours by Setting Up a Logic X Template
  • How to Bounce Your Song in Logic X
  • Auto-Tune Vocals in Logic X
  • Reverse Clips in Logic X
  • Humanize Midi Function in Logic X
  • Organizing Your Project: Text Tool in Logic X
  • Organizing Your Project: Color Tracks in Logic X
  • Organizing Your Project: Track Stack in Logic X
  • What is a Bus? Logic Pro X
  • Place Bus Tracks in Arrange Window in Logic X
  • Zooming In Logic Pro X
  • What is the Mix Window in Logic X?
  • Low Latency in Logic X
  • Tuner in Logic X
  • What Sample Rate Should I Use in Logic X?
  • Change Tempo in Logic Pro X
  • Duplicate Track in Logic X
  • What is External Midi and Guitar/Bass in Logic X?
  • Quick look at drummer in Logic X
  • How to add an audio track
  • How to add a virtual instrument in Logic X
  • Send Logic Drummer to Multi-Outputs
  • Brief Overview of Studio One
  • How to Add a Track in Studio One
  • Duplicate Tracks in Studio One
  • How to Change Tempo in Studio One
  • What Sample Rate Should I Use in Studio One?
  • Low Latency in Studio One
  • How to Record in Studio One
  • How to Add Plugins in Studio One
  • Access Typing Keyboard in Studio One
  • Editing Midi with Piano Roll in Studio One
  • Using the Metronome in Studio One
  • Tuner in Studio One
  • Zooming in Studio One
  • What is the Mix Window in Studio One?
  • What is a Bus? Studio One
  • Organizing Your Project: Color in Studio One
  • Organizing Your Project: File Names in Studio One
  • Bounce Audio in Place in Studio One
  • Reverse Audio in Studio One
  • Using Melodyne in Studio One
  • How to Export Your Song from Studio One
  • Save Hours by Setting Up a Studio One Template
  • How to Change an Audio File's Tempo: Studio One
  • Adding Video to Studio One
  • Brief Overview of Pro Tools
  • How to Add Tracks in Pro Tools
  • Duplicate Tracks in Pro Tools
  • How to Change Tempo and Time in Pro Tools
  • What Sample Rate Should I Use in Pro Tools?
  • How to Record in Pro Tools
  • How to Add a Plugin in Pro Tools
  • Editing Midi in Midi Editor in Pro Tools
  • Add Metronome in Pro Tools
  • Tuner in Pro Tools
  • Zooming in Pro Tools
  • What is the Mix Window in Pro Tools?
  • What is a Bus? Pro Tools
  • Organizing Your Project: Color Tracks in Pro Tools
  • Organizing Your Project: Name Files in Pro Tools
  • Bounce Audio to Track in Pro Tools
  • Reverse Audio in Pro Tools
  • How to Bounce Your Song to Disk in Pro Tools
  • Save Hours by Setting Up a Pro Tools Template
  • How to Change an Audio File’s Tempo: Pro Tools
  • Introduction
  • The Layers Intro
  • The Oscillator Window
  • Filters
  • Envelopes
  • Modulation
  • The Parts Intro
  • The Main Page
  • The ORB
  • The FX Page
  • The Arpeggiator
  • The Multi Intro
  • The Mixer-FX Pages
  • Live-Stack Modes
  • The Utility Menu & Browser
  • You and a Bottle of Coke
  • Hitting Record Without a Plan
  • Enhance Boring Presets: Creating Impulse Responses
  • Percussion --> Synth
  • Make Original Loops and Prosper with Humanity
  • Rethinking Your Chest
  • Turn Piano Into a Synth Pad
  • Unique Drum Textures with One Simple Trick
  • When a Woman Cries for You
  • Singing Animals
  • 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
  • Blank Post
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