The NLE AudioPedia series, our video-based audio encyclopedia, is a comprehensive dictionary of audio terminology. It's an invaluable resource for sound engineers, musicians, students, educators and all audio enthusiasts. This first installment is about Sound Waves and Hearing.
iZotope RX 6 is one of the most powerful audio restoration software available, but did you know it's also an amazing tool for sound designers? In this course, sound design expert Timo Preece thinks outside the box and shows you how to unleash your creativity with iZotope RX.
The Make Noise 0-Coast is a little semi-modular desktop Eurorack synthesizer with lots of power under the hood. Watch this in-depth course by synthesis expert Rishabh Rajan, and get ready to make some noise!
So many pedals and not enough feet! What's the best way to use all those amazing FX? How do you organize all those cables and power supplies? Gregg Fine has the answers to make your pedals really rock!
The wind section is the most colorful section of the orchestra. In this course, you learn all about the instrument families, their techniques and articulations and how to score for them. So master the winds with our favorite maestro, Thomas Goss!
Guitar pedals and FX are like modular synths. They're powerful audio processors that you can patch together in all kinds of creative ways. What do these FX really do and how do you best use them? This course reveals it all!
Great sounding guitar parts don't happen all on their own. There's a lot of musical techniques that you can deploy to ensure that the parts all work together and sound their best. That's what this course is all about!
iZotope has created a new form of synthesis with Iris. Now with the new improved Iris 2 see how every sound sample becomes your sonic inspiration! Join Joe Albano and learn everything that Iris 2 has to offer!
Tired of the same ol' synths? Dig into Max For Live and design your own! Join musician and Max expert Rishabh Rajan as he takes you on a journey from initial oscillation to final output as you build your first M4L synth!