Home Recording Studio Course


The global trend for recording your voice, your demo reels, rehearsing or even fully-fledged professional voice recordings is rapidly moving toward the Home Recording Studio model, rather than traditional recording studio model.

This course gives you ground-up training on sound-theory, setting up, running and troubleshooting a Home Recording Studio.


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Home Recoding Studio Course


Tired of paying excruciatingly high costs to record your VoiceOver or musical projects? Do you already record at home recording studio, but are missing the fundamental basics of how to record, process, edit and mix audio? Do you ever not know how to troubleshoot your recording setup from start to end?


This home recording studio course starts at the beginning with the fundamental principles of sound, and works it’s way up to ensuring that you as a student can record at home, edit and mix your audio, and troubleshoot when you have problems. It’s essential for those wanting to record at home on a professional basis


This 24-module E-Learning course guides the student through not only the audio skills needed, but also takes a look at the technology needed (such as external audio interfaces for laptops & tablets) to record at home.


Audio Engineering Expertise!


This home recording studio course can be applied to countless career opportunities that feature audio. Get your band’s or your own solo music out their to the people who need to hear it! Begin a career as a foley artist! A perfect companion to the Voiceover range of courses hosted here at Gravy For The Brain.


Presented by Recognised Experts


This home recording studio course is taught by taught by leading audio lecturer and respected touring engineer Dan Peters. Dan has worked with international hits such as DJ Fresh & Pendulum!! Joining Dan is multi-studio owner, experienced sound engineer and multi-instrumentalist Hugh Edwards, who has won awards for sound-production in the gaming and television industries.


What Does the Course Contain?


This is a true-e-learning experience, which contains video, audio, questions and quizzing, downloadable resources, a glossary, references and a full transcription for you to keep, as well as a certificate of completion should you reach the course requirements. The course can be taken on any internet & sound enabled PC or Mac laptop/desktop or tablet.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”3016″ img_size=”medium” alignment=”center”][vc_column_text]

Sound Principles

2. Introduction
3. What is Sound?
4. Signal Flow
5. Microphones
6. Cabling
7. Audio Interfaces

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The Essentials

8. Computer Hardware
9. Recording Software
10. Monitors & Headphones
11. The Noise Floor & The Recording Level
12. Practical Recording Demonstration
13. Compression

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Recording a Masterpiece

14. Normalisation
15. Limiting
16. EQ (Equalisation)
17. De-Essing
18. Insert, Send & Return Effects
19. Trimming & Renaming

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Advanced Audio Skills

20. Destructive Vs. Non Destructive Editing
21. ISDN & Source Connect
22. Recording Booth Design
23. Filetypes
24. Troubleshooting the Chain


Difficulty level: Beginner to intermediate
Pre-requisite skills: None
Recommended for all ages.