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If you’re a Studio One user wanting to learn how to record real live drums like a pro, this is the Studio One video course for you. S1 expert Eli Krantzberg takes you step-by-step through the process of recording, editing, and mixing a drum kit from start to finish. You’ll learn tips about each step along the way, including processing, editing, and more. Drums are notoriously difficult to record in a home studio; with this S1 course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to get a great sound in your own studio with Studio One! These Studio One videos are for users with a basic familiarity with Studio One.

Eli begins the course by showcasing the mics he’ll use for the recording session: the Presonus DM-7 Drum Microphone Set, which includes a kick drum mic, two small-diaphragm condensers for overheads, and four dynamic mics for snare and toms. You’ll then hear a before-and-after sample of the track used in this series that compares the raw, unprocessed drums with the final, fully mixed ones, so you’ll have an idea of what we’re aiming for. Then Eli shows you how to set up the input/output routing in Studio One so that you’ll be ready to go when it comes time to record.

Next, Eli shows how to use the interface polarity controls to help correct some phasing issues that can occur when mixing multiple microphones, followed by a demonstration of how to comp a drum part together from several different takes. You’ll also see how to deal with a resonant ring on the toms with the Pro EQ and MixTool plug-ins (both included with Studio One).

Over the remainder of the course, you’ll learn about several more concepts, including slip/nudge/fade editing for tightening up the take, top-down mixing with the drum bus (adding processing to the overall drum bus and mixing into it), overheads processing (vintage-style EQs and light compression), kick drum processing (Pultec-style EQ and Channel Strip EQ/compression), snare processing (dynamic EQ, parallel FET-style compression, saturation), toms processing (dynamic EQ), drum room reverb (using Open Air impulse response), snare crush bus (a second parallel snare bus using some guitar amp effects and extreme tube limiting), and more!

Recording drums at home can be a real challenge. With the information in this course, you’ll become confident about getting great sounds and making them sit just right in a full mix. Check out the individual descriptions for more information about what’s covered in each video tutorial; there’s a world of knowledge to be gained about this all-important task of getting great drum sounds! It’s time to put away the drum samples and step up to the real deal… Watch “Studio One – Record, Edit, & Mix Multi-Track Drums” today!

What You Will Learn:

-Info on drum mics, placement, and uses

-Editing techniques for tightening up a track or comping a single part from multiple takes

-Ways of dealing with problems like phase issues or resonant rings

-Processing for individual kit pieces and the drum bus

-And more!

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