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Mixing Zero to Hero Live Course – Dec 2023

Learn Mixing in 2 months in Live Instructor Led Online Classes

Mixing Zero to Hero Live Course – Dec 2023

Learn Mixing in 2 months in Live Instructor Led Online Classes

What will you Learn

  • You will learn the tools of the professional mixing engineer
  • You will understand how to achieve proper Balance in volume and pan
  • You will learn detailed concepts of EQ, Compression, Saturation, Automation, Distortion, Echo, Delay, Reverb etc
  • You will learn the Philosophy of Mixing
  • You will learn Mixing Beats, Melody and Vocal based Productions
  • You will understand Complete Vocal Editing, Vocal Processing and Vocal Mixing
  • You will learn techniques to use plugin chains with Sidechained Bussing

Course Planner

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Early Registration Offer Price

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This course includes

  • 32 hours Live Training
  • Tests & Assignments
  • Lifetime Class Recording access
  • Completion Certificate


  • Experience in any Professional DAW (Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, Nuendo)
  • Strong Internet connection recommended

Who can Learn

  • Intermediate Music Producers
  • Advanced Music Producers
  • Mixing Engineers
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Course Details

This Mixing Zero to Hero course offered by AMS Academy teaches you  the whole range of Professional Mixing Tools, Best Practices and Hands-on Training required to become an expert in Mixing. There are 30 sections divided into 3 categories filled with concepts, project  analysis, practice projects and hands-on training.

Key Concepts

  • Setting up your DAW
  • Understanding Bit Rate, Bit Depth
  • Room Settings
  • Monitoring – Speakers vs Headphones
  • Audio Concepts – Headroom, Spikes, Peaks, Troughs
  • VSTs – Digital vs Hardware Emulation
  • Traditional Referencing vs AI based Referencing
  • Audio Waves
  • Frequency
  • Volume vs Frequency
  • Human Perception of Frequency and Volume
  • Frequency Zones
  • Tones and Frequencies
  • Audio Monitoring Tools
  • Generic Song Structure Case Studies
  • Prelude, Interlude
  • Intro, Verse, Chorus
  • Indian Style structures – Mukhada, Antara
  • Audio Comping
  • Jitter Removal
  • Noise Reduction
  • Pitch Correction
  • Time Warping
  • Vocal Pitching
  • Types of EQs – Parametric, Graphic
  • Which EQ to use in which situation
  • Types of Filters – High Pass, Band Pass, Low Pass
  • Types of Curves – Bell, Shelf, Cut
  • Curves vs Notches
  • Resonance Identification
  • Additive vs Subtractive EQ
  • Clarity, Air, Bass
  • Stereo vs Mid Side EQ
  • Dynamic Range
  • How compression affects perceived audio quality
  • Compressor Basics – Threshold, Attack, Ratio, Release
  • Treating different Musical Instrument with Compression
  • Parallel Compression
  • Bus Compression
  • Exploring 3rd dimension using Reverb
  • Types of Reverb – Hall, Plate, Chamber, Convolution etc
  • Parallel Reverb
  • Echo vs Delay
  • Quantized Delay and Non Quantized Delay
  • Stereo vs Mono Delay
  • Types of Delay – Ping Pong, Slapback
  • Chorus as a thickener
  • Chorus vs Parallel Distortion
  • Auto Filters
  • Manual Filters
  • How automation helps in mixing
  • Modes of Automation
  • Volume and Pan Automation
  • Creative automation curve for Reverb and Delay
  • Sends Automation
  • Why we need Spectral Analysis
  • Types of Spectrums
  • Spectral Analysis Tools

Practical Mixing Technique

  • Gain Staging for a Proper Headroom
  • Color Coding Tracks and Regions
  • Creating Instrument Rooms
  • Creating Mono Switches for quick toggle
  • Problem with Basic Mixing Techniques
  • Focused Mix vs Balanced Mix
  • What is Key Focus Technique?
  • Use Key Focus technique to quickly balance a mix
  • Balancing and Panning
  • Basic Frequency and Dynamics (EQ, Comp, Sat)
  • Basic Space and Width (Rev, Delay)
  • Key Focusing our basic mix
  • Balancing through Key Focus mode
  • Creative Dynamics
  • Frequency Separation / Unmasking
  • Mono Compatibility


  • Gain Staging before Master Chain
  • Mastering tools – Multi Band Compressor, Dynamic EQ, Limiter
  • Metering tools – Loudness (dbFS) Meter, Correlation Meter
  • Manual vs AI Mastering
  • Ozone Mastering

Projects and Assessments

  • Breakdown / Analysis of multiple Client Projects
  • Breakdown / Analysis of Pet Projects
  • Class test Mixing Hands On Project
  • Mixing Final Project