About three months ago we've started weekly lessons in our company related to sound engineering and sound producing. I was explaining to interested people some details of sound engineering and sound producing. Totally we got eight lessons, each about 3 hours of duration. There was theory and basic practice that explained such themes like:
- overview of studio gear and studio path
- recording methods with microphones
- frequency-domain processing (equalization)
- dynamic processing (compression, limiting, gating, expanding etc...)
- spatial processing (reverberation, delay)
All work was done with Ardour and such plugins like LSP, Calf, Invada, linuxDSP and some others.
The main problem that it's all in russian language and has to be at least translated with subtitles. Also, each lessons is about 3 hours length, so probably they should be split into sub-lessons for about 20-30 minutes. Due to limitations of my hardware I couldn't perform screencast, so the practice part was recorded with the camera and looks like camrip.
Indeed, if you're interested, I can publish these materials (or a pilot one, for tasting).