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We've been running music production master classes and courses since 2007 and we can safely say we are pretty good at it. With time, we tailored our programs and formats to meet the requirements of any student in terms of time table and schedule while keeping things focused and on point.

We believe it is vital to keep costs accessible to everyone, especially younger generations of musicians and audio engineers, while at the same time providing them with the most realistic and truthful experience in a recording studio, utilizing material that comes directly from what we at Fuseroom Studio work on, every day.

We offer:

Microphone

One full day of master class filled with real-life recording studio tasks

Speaker

A seminar in a great acoustic space to improve your listening skills

Settings

Hands-on workshop approach to recording, mixing and mastering

Memory Card

Real-world training session files for exercise and practice

People

A class of fellow professionals to work and connect with

Money

The best value for money to allow everyone to attend

Price: 100€ (+19% VAT)

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All events start at 2PM and end at 6PM. Minimum participants for events is 3. Private workshops, masterclasses and courses available on request.

(includes over $350 in free plug-ins and video tutorials, see below)

Sound Engineer?

Nothing beats real studio time. Whether you just completed a study program in a school, you've been practicing alone or you've attended at various workshops and events, there is always something to be learned from our seminars and master classes. Plus, you get the invaluable possibility of expanding your network and getting to know other professionals in your field.

Musician?

Having audio production skills is essential for any musician: it can help you create your next demo or get better at what studio recording really is. Understanding the process behind the creation of a record will make your own production sound better from the very start and possibly cut down costs in your next project.

Producer?

A recording studio is the centerpiece of your productions. Whenever you bring artists in for development, guide bands and projects artistically and financially, you will most definitely spend a lot of time next to the sound engineer. Or maybe you will be the engineer of the record. Strengthening your skills in audio production will make you a better producer.

You will Learn

Getting a Wide Mix

Getting a Wide Mix

Vocal Tuning

Vocal Tuning

Mid/Side Technique

Mid/Side Technique

Reamping

Reamping

Audio Cables and Soldering

Audio Cables and Soldering

Analog Outboard

Analog Outboard

Recording Acoustic Guitar

Recording Acoustic Guitar

Kick/Bass Relationship

Kick/Bass Relationship

Running a Recording Studio

Running a Recording Studio

Blending Acoustic and Electronic

Blending Acoustic and Electronic

Parallel Processing

Parallel Processing

De-essing

De-essing

Microphone Placement

Microphone Placement

Mixing Background Vocals

Mixing Background Vocals

Getting Sub Bass Right

Getting Sub Bass Right

Hybrid Mixing

Hybrid Mixing

Capturing a great Room Tone

Capturing a great Room Tone

Recording Drums

Recording Drums

Equalization

Equalization

Dynamics

Dynamics

Digital Audio

Digital Audio

Sidechain

Sidechain

Producing Heavy Guitars

Producing Heavy Guitars

Drum Samples and Triggering

Drum Samples and Triggering

Tuning Drums

Tuning Drums

Mixing Pop Vocals

Mixing Pop Vocals

Mix Buss Processing

Mix Buss Processing

Getting Punchy Drums

Getting Punchy Drums

You will Learn

Getting a Wide Mix

Getting a Wide Mix

Vocal Tuning

Vocal Tuning

Mid/Side Technique

Mid/Side Technique

Reamping

Reamping

Audio Cables and Soldering

Audio Cables and Soldering

Analog Outboard

Analog Outboard

Recording Acoustic Guitar

Recording Acoustic Guitar

Kick/Bass Relationship

Kick/Bass Relationship

Running a Recording Studio

Running a Recording Studio

Blending Acoustic and Electronic

Blending Acoustic and Electronic

Parallel Processing

Parallel Processing

De-essing

De-essing

Microphone Placement

Microphone Placement

Mixing Background Vocals

Mixing Background Vocals

Getting Sub Bass Right

Getting Sub Bass Right

Hybrid Mixing

Hybrid Mixing

Capturing a great Room Tone

Capturing a great Room Tone

Recording Drums

Recording Drums

Equalization

Equalization

Dynamics

Dynamics

Digital Audio

Digital Audio

Sidechain

Sidechain

Producing Heavy Guitars

Producing Heavy Guitars

Drum Samples and Triggering

Drum Samples and Triggering

Tuning Drums

Tuning Drums

Mixing Pop Vocals

Mixing Pop Vocals

Mix Buss Processing

Mix Buss Processing

Getting Punchy Drums

Getting Punchy Drums

Control Room

Training sessions

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"Tell Me About It" - Full Indie Rock Mix

A full mix of an indie rock song. The producer wants it snappy, powerful, with lead vocals present but soaked into the mix.

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Electronic and Acoustic blending

This session features an acoustic section (guitar and cello, among others) and an electronic groove. In this scenario we will simulate a client asking you to work on the blend between the two, to make it more vibe-y.

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Phase/Correlation

The session contains a drumkit (4 tracks), bass amp (1 track) and 2 guitars (2 tracks). There is more than one correlation problem in the recording. Our task will be to fix and improve the actual tracking by operating mostly through correlation variations.

* Session files are available for download to enrolled students only

Quotes

Avatar 5 stars "These guys are the best. They hide nothing from you, it's all about teaching and making you better at it"

— Simone L. (Sound engineer, Italy)

Avatar 5 stars "I've studied this stuff in schools but I had never learned this much. Being in a real studio makes everything exciting!"

— Annika M. (Singer/Songwriter, Denmark)

Avatar 5 stars "Just perfect! Real sessions, hands on and tweaking knobs. Alberto is always helpful and you can tell he loves his job!"

— Phil R. (Sound Engineer, Switzerland)

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Ready to join us for the next master class? Enrolling is easy: fill the form below and write us some info about you: what's your background, where do you come from, if you are musician, what type of work you have in the audio industry and why you would like to attend. Your submission will be evaluated and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Frequently Asked Questions

What language will the event be in?

All events are in English.

I want to stay in Berlin for the night and will need accommodation. Can you help?

Definitely! There is a number of great hotels near the studio but we can help you out depending on what you want to do in Berlin. Make sure you let us know in your message.

It's my first time in Berlin and I am worried I could get lost after landing at the airport. Can you help me out?

No man is left behind. Don't worry, Berlin is very friendly and easy to tour. Let us know in the message and we will make sure you get the smoothest experience from your first time in Berlin!

I already attended one of the workshops but I am thinking about enrolling for another one. If the topic is the same, are you going to use the same sessions and material?

Absolutely no. Every workshop has different session material, taken from some of the sessions we have worked in the studio. We get bored easily when doing the same copy-paste workshop, so we try to keep things different and make it worth for people to attend at multiple seminars.

Will I be able to sit down at the desk and try mixing on my own?

Yes, at a certain point of the day we let students take their own ideas to the mixing table, try their own ideas and discuss them with the other people in the room. It's one of the most stimulating and appealing moments of the seminar.

I am fairly new to the subject and I fear my skills are not going to be adequate for the workshop. What should I do?

When enrolling, make sure you write us about you in the "Message" field. In some cases we will be able to group people with a similar background into a single class. This will allow everyone to get the most out of the event.

I would like to join but my work schedule does not allow me to join on those hours of the day. What I can do?

We often create custom courses for people whose schedule clashes with our normal routine. These custom classes can run on weekends, during evenings or even nights. Let us know and we can probably find a solution.

Can I take the session files home with me?

Yes you can but you are only allowed to use the files for private, educational purposes.

Can I bring a session of my own and get some feedback?

Yes. We keep at least 30 minutes of "Questions and Answers" at the end of each workshop and we can listen to your session during that phase.

Some sessions are marked as "weekend" or "night" editions. What are those?

Depending on requests and period of the year, we might move or add a specific music production masterclass or audio workshop that fit into the schedule of part- or full-time workers and students. These include events on Saturdays or Sundays and others that start on evenings. Apart from this, they are identical to the other workshops on the same topic.