Do you struggle to use compressors, get balanced mixes, or hit industry-standard LUFS targets in your podcast production?
Audio levels are the key to understanding practically every tool in your DAW. In this course, I’ll take you through everything from how to use the basic meters in your DAW to shaping the dynamics of your audio to hit LUFS targets easily and repeatably.
What you’ll learn in Levels and Loudness for Podcasts:
The basics of meters
The history of loudness
How to really use compressors
How to dial in your loudness range for maximum dynamics
The difference between limiters and compressors
What does loudness mean
Dynamic range explained
Practical DAW signal flows you can easily replicate
Normalization vs. loudness normalization
Do you need a separate mastering process
And much more!
Are you tired of reading articles written for the music production?
I understand! I approach everything from the perspective of podcast production, and leave the music industry examples and analogies behind. Articles on compressing hip-hop vocals won’t help you. Instead, I present a method for using your dynamics processors that’s perfectly tailored to spoken word.
What you’ll get
Levels and Loudness for Podcasts 62-page pdf
Five videos of software workflows you can use in your DAW of choice, 45 minutes in total