Amp & pre-amp
Welcome to the Amp & pre amp course of our MIXING series! In this series we’ll be exploring 4 of the most known subjects but the least understood in mixing, in a in-depth way from the ground up. I go through all the material that I know is missing in the standard formal education and more in the unformal education in the internet and you-tube.
If you have questions on the topics of gain staging? What is a pre-amp? What are the borders of sound? Amplifiers? level of working safe in sound? Speakers and the amp? Relation between the microphone and the preamp and much more… this is the course for you.
After years of talking to peoples that learned sound and still can’t truly understand it, I decided to release the amp & pre-amp subject from my mixing course and explain it the way it needs to be, step by step. I have 25 years of experience in sound and electronics and I know how to teach and really love it a lot. this course is for the beginner in sound all the way to the advanced I’m going through everything from the beginning and all the way up to the advanced sound. This course will give a more advanced tools in understanding sound.
Throughout these lessons you’ll learn about the gain staging, what is a pre-amp, what are the borders of sound, amplifiers, level of working safe in sound, speakers and the amp, normal amp vs the tube amp, basic electricity, relation between the microphone and the preamp and much more… everything that you need to know on the amp & the pre-amp in order to mix sound.
MY RECOMMENDATION STOP SEARCHING INFORMATION ABOUT THE AMP & PRE-AMP AFTER YOU LEARN THIS COURSE. I say that so you will understand that mixing is not just one thing, mixing is knowing all the subject (elements) that there is in sound, but most of the time we seek information on the same topic and don’t move to the other topics. You will not understand sound if you will not understand ALL THE TOPICS. After this course you will have one topic less to look for.
I always thought that everyone knows what I know just because I know it, but then I realized it’s not true. Every time I spoke to someone on a topic in sound, I found out that a lot of information is missing. And then I understand I want to teach it. I want to share this knowledge with the world.