This lesson explains FX & processing in the role of sound design. They can greatly enhance our arrangement in helping with transitions and overall energy management.
This lesson explains phase, cancellation and addition. Here we go over managing the stereo information in low frequencies, managing high frequencies and their sibilance. Width of our mix and its possible problems when summed to mono. Phase Cancellation is an audio phenomenon where the waves of multiple tracks work against each other to eliminate certain frequencies. Phase Addition is the energy of one waveform increasing the energy of another waveform because the two waveforms have similar phase relationships.
This lesson explains channel processing. Here we go over certain basic processes we can apply to individual channels like reductive EQ, additive EQ, saturation, compression and depth created using reverberation.
This lesson explains bus processing. Here we go over certain basic processes we can apply to a bus like reductive EQ, additive EQ, saturation, compression and depth created using reverberation.