There used to be no training to become an audio technician. By doing a lot, and building up experience, the established generation of operators has become good at what they do.
To transfer this knowledge and contribute to high-quality audio, both in recordings and live, BLUETONE provides masterclasses led by highly experienced engineers in a specific field.
The engineers who are invited to the masterclasses know the tricks of the trade. We start with the basics in a masterclass, when these are correct, it is not that difficult to set up a quality mix quickly.
During the masterclass, the details are discussed. We always strive to ensure that the workshops are a combination of theory and practice. After all, doing is the best way to learn. During the masterclass, we pay a lot of attention to questions from the group. This is also leading to deepening during the day.
Making your own recordings is nowadays possible for everyone. The equipment is affordable, and everyone has a PC or laptop. There is a lot to be found on the internet about recordings. Unfortunately we often see that the knowledge to make a qualitative recording is lacking. In addition to a good source, the use of the equipment or plugins are very decisive for the recording. Why do you use a particular microphone? And what is the difference in sound between the different microphones, preamps and compressors? How defining is my space? These differences are often wider than people think.
Each masterclass deals with a specific theme. Examples of this are:
A masterclass can also be based around problems you encounter in your workflow.