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StandardEQ v1.2.02x WiN MAC

TEAM UNiON | 2015.05.12 | WiN: 3.48 MB | MAC: 5.29 MB

StandardEQ is a high precision equalization plug-in. StandardEQ offers various filter-characteristics and a high definition spectrum-analyzer. Every filter can work in left/right/mid/side mode or can process channels individually.

The intelligent peak detection feature helps you to easily identify resonant frequencies.
•Intuitive Interface
•High Quality Analyzer & Equalizer
•Intelligent Peak Detection – find resonant frequencies easily
•24 Filter-Types: Butterworth/Legendre/Bessel Filters as high/low-cuts; high/low-shelf filters & Bandpasses
•Every filter can work in left/right/mid/side mode or can process channels individually.
•Multi-Channel aware – process and analyze up to 8 channels
•Oversampling for highest precision and symmetric behavior near Nyquist-frequency
•Phase Shift Display
•Up to 50 filters in one plugin instance
•Resize-able And Scale-able Interface, Adjustable Display-Range
•Preset-Manager and A/B compare-switch
•Link gain/Q option, with proportional or inverse behavior
•All main parameters can be used with automation
•Customizable Analyzer, Adjustable Release-Time / Smoothing / FFT-Size / Brightness / Contour
•Adjust parameters directly in the display, use the mouse-wheel to change the Q parameter
•Output Gain Parameter

StandardEQ v1.2.02x AU AAX VST WiN MAC-UNiON

In The Studio with ZDS TUTORiAL DECiBEL, audio tutorials, Zombie Disco Squad, ZDS, Tutorial, In the Studio, DECiBEL

In The Studio with ZDS TUTORiAL

Team DECiBEL | 31 Jan 2018 | 2.90 GB

Zombie Disco Squad (ZDS) is London Producer and DJ Nat Self. He has released over 100 tracks, more than 50 remixes and one album feat. Omar & DJ Funk.  He’s already checked off all the required boxes of a truly in-demand global Producer/DJ. He was the resident of Panorama Bar when it was just a twinkle in most techno-tourist’s eyes. And of course, he’s played festival slots everywhere from LA’s HARD Summer, to Exit to I Love Techno to Ukraine’s super festival Kazantip. We were very excited to get inside the studio with ZDS to see how his creative musical mind works and what really goes into one of his productions. Beyond seeing what he does, Nat does a truly remarkable job explaining not only the technical aspects that make his tracks stand out, but also the creative parts that sometimes are just hard to express.  In addition, as a part of this course, you’ll learn tips and production techniques for making and mixing your music on headphones.

Chapters Overview:

  • Chapter 01 – Introduction to ZDS aka Nat Self. Hear about his music background and some of the tracks he’s produced.
  • Chapter 02 – Making music and mixing in headphones. Nat shares tips and general music production tips for getting results in headphones.
  • Chapter 03 – Sampling. Nat shows his sample collection, the software he uses to sample and ideas for getting and staying creative.
  • Chapter 04 – Nat shows how he creates signature drum loops to make them unique and how he edits and processing loops with plugins.
  • Chapter 05 – Learn how Nat chops and edits vocals and spoken words and what’s a good vocal sample and how he processes them.
  • Chapter 06 – Discover how Nat layers his drum sounds using Native Instruments’s Battery 4 sampler.
  • Chapter 07 – Put it all together and watch Nat create a first musical idea with all the techniques explained up to this point.
  • Chapter 08 – Learn how to use NI Maschine for drums and how to record into Ableton’s arrangement view for further processing.
  • Chapter 09 – Building the track more, Nat adds more loops and starts extending the arrangement and begins the automation process.
  • Chapter 10 – Nat switches things up and creates a second musical idea using Cubase re-wired into Ableton creating a new percussion and bass groove.
  • Chapter 11 – Learn how Nat processes and alters a bass sound from a preset.
  • Chapter 12 – Nat teaches you how to create unique effects and riser sounds to match the style of your track.
  • Chapter 13 – Dive deep into signal flow and see how he uses bus routing, saturation buses and parallel compression busses in his mixes.
  • Chapter 14 – Watch how he goes through the melody writing process and composition elements for synth and bass parts.
  • Chapter 15 – Arrangement Part 1: Nat elongates the parts to build it up to a full track.
  • Chapter 16 – Arrangement Part 2: Here Nat continues adding more effects and demonstrates the techniques he uses for adding a final processing polish.
  • Chapter 17 – The Final Master: To conclude, Nat goes over all mixing aspects and discusses mastering and how to create a pre-master.

Runtime: over 4 hours.

In The Studio with ZDS TUTORiAL-DECiBEL

Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, P2P, Mono, Mixing

Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL

P2P | 1 January 2016 | English | MP4 | 454 MB

In a world dominated by stereo listening environments, headphones, two monitor sets, car stereos etc., there still is great importance in getting your mixes to sound good in both Mono and Stereo. If you’re an EDM artist and want your tracks played out live, you will need to have a good mono mix because that’s how those live systems are set up for playback. In this course Echo Sound Works will teach you how to create a mix that sounds good in mono and also how to improve the quality of your stereo mixes using mono referencing. The course is broken up into 8 individual sections covering everything you need to know about monophonic vs stereophonic sounds.

Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, P2P, Mono, Mixing

Course Overview:

  • PART 1- Introduction – This video simply lays out the rest of the course.
  • PART 2 – Monophonic Vs. Stereophonic – There is more of difference between these two concepts than just how many perceived channels we hear audio on. Mono and Stereo are an integral part of any mix and knowing when and why to make some tracks mono or more mono compatible can actually really help your stereo mixes come to life.
  • PART 3 – Referencing Your Mix In Mono – This video talks about a few techniques that will let you actually hear wants happening in your monophonically.
  • PART 4 – Monophonic Mix Elements – This video outlines what elements (like what type of tracks/instruments) should be in mono or at least treated to be mono compatible.
  • PART 5 – Stereophonic Mix Elements – This video details what types of instruments or sounds should be kept in Stereo so your mixes sound commercially viable.
  • PART 6 – Addressing Low End Elements – This video will show you how to mix and treat the low end instruments of a mix for better mono compatibility and improved stereo image.
  • PART 7 – Addressing High End Elements – This section will show you how to improve your mono compatibility in regards tot he high end instruments in your mix, things like hi hats, noises, synths etc.
  • PART 8 – Wider Mono Tracks – This video will show you 5 great tips and tricks to get wider mono tracks in your stereo mix.

Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL-P2P

More Killer Drums SD3 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Superior Drummer, Superior, More, Killer, Drums, Drummer

More Killer Drums SD3 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Feb 01 2018 | 240 MB

Superior Drummer 3 is a major upgrade! Learn how to use the world’s most comprehensive drum production tool in this course by master trainer ! Recorded at the extraordinary Galaxy Studios in Belgium by award-winning engineer George Massenburg, Superior Drummer 3’s 230 GB drum sound library is really one of the best around. But more than just a drum library, SD3 offers an incredible number of features to create perfect drum parts every time. In this course, Matt Vanacoro demystifies every element of this powerful drum powerhouse. Matt starts the course by explaining how to properly manage SD3’s gigantic sample library, depending on your computer setup. Next, he explains how to set up the Audio & MIDI preferences, and he gives an overview of SD3’s four main sections. If you’re lucky enough to have an electronic drum kit (such as a Roland V-Drum), Matt reveals everything you need to set it up with SD3.

Moving on, you learn about the different kits, how to load them, how to preview and swap kit pieces, and how to tweak the sounds and create your own kits. You also discover how to stack kit pieces, import your own samples, and how to use alternate sticks and brushes. Continuing with the course, Matt covers important topics such as using the mixer, routing drums through busses, using effects, building complete songs with grooves, automation, macros, and a lot more!

More Killer Drums SD3 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


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