Advanced Audio Mastering Theory & Practice | Recording Engineer | Jonathan Wyner | Berklee Online

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  • Published on Sep 13, 2019
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    In Advanced Audio/Music Mastering: Theory and Practice, Berklee Online instructor Jonathan Wyner will help you develop your analytical and practical skills to be able to tackle the demanding signal processing challenges presented to professional mastering engineers. You will learn theory and techniques to deliver high-quality masters in a variety of genres, for various platforms, including vinyl, lossy codecs, and streaming platforms. You will also learn to analyze audio according to its technical attributes and musical style. You will evaluate audio according to audience and market expectations; then develop and execute strategies to adapt mixed audio to fit those expectations, and learn to output flawless masters for various distribution channels.
    By the end of the course, you will be able to:
    Create flawless masters for various distribution channels
    Synthesize mastering strategies to solve signal-processing challenges
    Select techniques to deliver high-quality masters
    Properly analyze audio according to its technical attributes and musical style
    Evaluate audio according to audience and market expectations
    Develop and execute strategies to adapt mixed audio to fit those expectations
    About Jonathan Wyner:
    Jonathan Wyner is an associate professor in the Music Production and Engineering department at Berklee College of Music and owner of M Works Mastering Studios in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Throughout his career, he has worked with artists both well-known and more esoteric, including James Taylor, David Bowie, Aerosmith, Kiri Te Kanawa, Pink Floyd, Cream, Richard Stoltzman, Miles Davis, Nirvana, Aimee Mann, Juliana Hatfield, Tiny Tim, Snakefinger, John Cage, and Rahsaan Roland Kirk. Wyner mastered the first interactive CD game (“Play It by Ear”), the first recorded opera (“Madame Butterfly,” recorded in 1912 by the BBC), and what’s believed to be the longest CD (80:32 for Razormaid Records). He holds a bachelor’s degree in French horn and composition from Vassar College.

    More information: www.m-works.com
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