Lesson 7 - Basic Instrument Overdubs



In this week’s lesson, you will be covering the art of overdubbing, which can be thought of as creating a space for all of your song’s track elements.

Since sounds fill areas in your song’s stereo spectrum, understanding how to balance all tracks so that they each have their own space and affective sound element is important. You will find out how to make the most of the available space you have for all of your musical elements. The more tracks that are in a song, the less noticeable each track in that song will be.

Your mentor will instruct you and explain one-on-one on how to make the best mixing and overdubbing decisions for your song and give you a guideline for the rest of the projects you will do as a recording engineer.

 

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