Adam Audio Launches YouTube Tutorial Series

Something else to keep you occupied while self-isolating or social distancing:

ADAM Audio has announced the premiere of the ADAM Academy,  an video series on the company’s YouTube channel that  provides all viewers from entry level audio students to skilled working  professionals with valuable information, tips, and tools that they can use to get the best performance from their loudspeaker monitor systems.
The ADAM Academy video content includes information and instruction from  ADAM Audio company personnel as well as valuable tutorials on specific  subjects from ADAM Audio customers who are celebrated in their  respective fields.  

ADAM Academy recent video topics include: How to Calibrate a Subwoofer;  Studio Monitor Placement; Proper Monitor Maintenance & Cleaning;  Mixing Rap and Hip Hop Master Class by Brooklyn-based hip hop producer  and engineer Paul Womack; Audio Post; How to Mix Acoustic Sessions; How  to Mix Live Sessions for Video  featuring engineer Eric Bastinelli;  How  to Tune Drums; How to Mic Drums; Drum Editing in Pro Tools; Tips for  Becoming a Successful Freelance Musician presented by Grammy-nominated  bassist Jonathan Maron and Is Audio School Worth it?

“We started the ADAM Academy video series in order to assist our  customers with having the tools and information which will allow them to  get the best performance from their monitor systems,” says Christian  Hellinger, ADAM Audio CEO. “Many of the ADAM Academy videos feature tips  and techniques from many of our well-respected and talented ADAM Audio  users, which really helps to foster the peer-to-peer sharing of best  practices in the community.”

Future ADAM Academy topics will cover a variety of subjects such as:   Understanding the Importance of Frequency Charts, The Sonic Difference  Between Vertical and Horizontal Monitors, Recording Studio Internships,  The Importance of a Subwoofer, Burning In Monitors: Why it is Important  Before Using them For Critical Listening.

Tune in to ADAM Audio’s You Tube Channel to watch The ADAM Academy videos.

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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