KOMPLETE KONTROL MK2 Power Start TUTORiAL UPDATED, audio tutorials, Updated, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Power Start, MK2, Kontrol, Komplete Kontrol, Komplete


SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 663 MB

Power Start / Updated

The best way to get started with using your Native Instruments KOMPLETE KONTROL MK2 controller. Get up and running fast with this in-depth power start series! Adam starts by welcoming you and goes over what you’ll be learning in the series. He then begins by explaining how the setup procedure is complex and where to find the info specific to your computer platform and corresponding DAW, so you set it up right the first time, avoiding problems and frustration. Once you’re set up, Adam goes over all the major functions of the keyboard, including the Light Guide, and how to load your first instrument by using the navigation and browser on the Keyboard. Library and Instrument Navigation is next, followed by how to work with multiple instruments and plug-ins, and then you’ll see how to use 3rd Party plug-ins with KOMPLETE KONTROL MK2, creating a complete master controller solution.

Adam then shows you Scale Smart Play, which allows you to play in any scale without knowing music theory, and then all of the powerful arpeggiator features in KOMPLETE KONTROL.

Basic recording is then covered, as well as more advanced MIDI recording, including how to automate the KOMPLETE KONTROL knobs in your DAW for fine control and creative use.

Next, you’ll learn all about the Pitch and Modulation wheels and how to customize them, including the horizontal touch strip. Custom MIDI Mapping & MIDI Mode are then revealed, which allows you to unlock the full customization potential of KOMPLETE KONTROL by utilizing MIDI Mode and the MIDI Assignment Editor.

Wrapping it up and tying it all together, Adam gives you an “In-Action” video where he creates a cool musical idea from scratch, using the ideas, techniques and concepts from this course.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you just got your Native Instruments KOMPLETE KONTROL MK2 and want to get up and running fast, while also learning about some of this incredible controller’s finer points, stop right here… Watch “KOMPLETE KONTROL MK2 Power Start” today.

Adam adds a quick video to this series entitled “MIDI Key Splits & More” covering how to configure the Light Guide to show different colors for different splits and rename them as well, so they appear both in your software and hardware.

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Electronic Music Producers Guide Sidechain Compression TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sidechain, Producers, Guide, Fantastic, Electronic Music, Compression

Guide Sidechain Compression TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 25 May 2018 | 444 MB

Electronic Music Producers

Another series designed for the electronic music producer, this time focused on the highly important technique of creating and using sidechain compression. Adam welcomes you and gives an overview of what sidechain compression is, and why and when you want to use it. He then covers all the basic controls such as Attack, Release, Threshold, and something Adam likes to call ‘hold down’. You’ll then learn fantastic tips and tricks for using and applying sidechain compression such as Ghost Kicks, Clicks, Lookahead Mode, Compression Modes, 3rd Party Compressors and more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you produce electronic music this series is a must see, as you can’t get authentic sounding Electronic Music without the use of sidechain compression… Watch “Electronic Music Producer’s Guide: Sidechain Compression” today.

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Electronic Music Producers Guide Sidechain Compression TUTORiAL

VocalSynth 2 Explained and Explored TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, VocalSynth 2, VocalSynth, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Explored, Explained

VocalSynth 2 Explained & Explored

SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 155 MB

VocalSynth 2 is here and so is our star trainer to explain you how this cool new plugin works! Check out VocalSynth 2 here and see what it can do for you! iZ been working hard on their new version of VocalSynth and now that’s it arrived, we’re excited to have master synthesist and instructor Rishabh explain it all to you. Each one has its unique controls and all 5 are available for simultaneous processing. This creates some amazing complex vocal-like effects and can get confusing if you don’t know what you’re doing! That’s where synth expert Rishabh Rajan steps in to shine his knowledge light on the these synthesis modules and chase away the unknowns! VocalSynth also has 7 modular audio processing modules that can be patched (reordered) any way you want. Each of these has its own set of controls. There’s also MIDI control, Advanced Views and a very cool sidechain mode. Oh my! So much to understand, here and that’s exactly why we published this course.

VocalSynth is equipped with 5 different vocal processors:

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VocalSynth 2 Explained and Explored TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

The Vintage EQs TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Vintage EQs, Vintage, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, EQs

The Vintage EQs TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 105 MB

Antelope’s vintage EQs are authentic emulations of the most sought-after hardware EQ units in the world. See them all in action in this course by mix engineer and audio production expert. Thanks to their Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) technology, Antelope’s hardware-based effects gives you access to accurate models of some of the most sought-after vintage EQs without even taxing your computer CPU. In this course, you get an in-depth tour of all the Antelope vintage EQs, with lots of real-world musical examples. First, Alex takes a look at the classic Pultec EQs, showing how to bring to life a drum performance using the VEQ1A and VMEQ5. He also shows how to clean up a keyboard part using the VEQHLF to make it sit better in the mix. The SSL models are next… Alex explains the difference between the brown, orange, black, and pink versions of the VEQ-4K, and he demonstrates them on drums and bass.

Next, you get an overview of the vintage Neve EQs, and you see them in action on acoustic guitars and bass. The Studer EQ Models are then used to great effect on a beautiful cello performance, as well as on an orchestral track and a strumming acoustic guitar performance. Continuing with the course, you’ll also get an overview Neumann EQ Models, the API EQs, and more…

So join audio expert in this course, and see what Antelope Audio FPGA FX can do for your mixes!

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How To Use Manipulator TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Use, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Manipulator, How To use, How To, How

How To Use Manipulator TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 334 MB

Monophonic audio alteration plugin in How To Use Manipulator. With unique granular algorithms setting it apart from other plugins, Manipulator is entirely dependant on what approach you choose to take – altering and enhancing your vocal or sound recordings in subtle ways, right through to a complete warping of the audio. The plugin primarily revolves around a pitch shifter, a harmonics shifter, and an alternator, however with each control you have an attached control to further alter the desired effect. The pitch shifter has a formant control, the harmonics shifter a ratio control and the alternator an octave control. There are several other parameters which consist of a smear function, as well as a stereo widener and detune function, and for those wanting something even deeper, the bottom part of the GUI is given over to four modulation controls which work in a similar fashion to assignable macro controls on softsynths.

In this two-part tutorial firstly looks at the user interface and controls before showing us how he would use the plugin for his own tracks.

Loaded with some awesome presets, Manipulator is definitely one of those plugins where messing around with the various parameters and their combinations can give you some truly unexpected and creative results.

Go check it out!

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How To Use Manipulator TUTORiAL

Lane 8 Interview TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Lane 8, Interview

Lane 8 Interview TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 299 MB

Chris catches up with Daniel Goldstein better known as Lane 8 has he nears the end of his four-month-long Little By Little tour. Here the Anjunadeep star chats about bringing kids on tour, his studio setup, how he approaches the song writing on his albums, and self releasing on his label ‘This Never Happened’ In tandem with the tour, Daniel’s output on the TNH label has stood out for its integrity and artistry whether on emotional epics like ‘Fingerprint’ or quirky upbeat groovers such as ‘With Me’. Always defined by a melodic touch, Lane 8 is always in demand to give re-rubs to the likes of Deadmau5, Eric Prydz and of course Above and Beyond.

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Lane 8 Interview TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

How To Use Cubase 9.5 Beginner Level 1 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Use, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Level, How To use, How To, How, Cubase 9.5, Cubase 9, Cubase, Beginner

How To Use Cubase 9.5 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 25 2018 | 2.47 GB

..:: Beginner Level 1 ::..

Want to get to grips with Cubase 9.5? Maybe you’ve recently started out using the software or are considering changing your current DAW? Well over the next 17 videos, Nate Raubenheimer aka Protoculture will take you through the key areas of Steinberg’s Cubase. This is a Beginner Level 1 course where Nate will show you how to get up and running with the software, from opening it for the first time to creating your first beats, sounds, and finishing your first track – all with his expert workflow tips so you can get the best start possible. First up we take a look at the audio setup and user interface of Cubase 9.5 showing you all the key areas you’ll need to know, then we bring in some drums to create the groove. Next up we add some synth, bass sounds and transition effects, and lastly we finish off by arranging the track create movement and tension with automation, add some arpeggiated pads, mix the track down, and then export the track so it can be played anywhere.

This course solely uses Cubase stock plugins and, as with all our courses, we provide you with additional resources so you can easily follow along.

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How To Use Cubase 9.5 Beginner Level 1 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Reason Europa Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Reason, Explained, Europa

Reason Europa Explained TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 24 May 2018 | 1.04 GB

Reason pro Thomas Cochran brings you in-depth video tutorials about Europa virtual wavetable synth. Learn all about its features and functions, as well how to create cool sounds via dedicated sound design technique videos! Thomas begins by introducing the video series, and then gives an overview of the synthesizer, and how to load presets. Additionally, he explains what wavetable synthesis is and how it can be used to make complex, evolving hybrid waveforms and tones. Next, Thomas goes over every section of Europa in-detail, covering its Oscillators, Spectral Filters, Harmonic Modifiers, and Unison Mode. Then it’s on to the Mixer section, the Subtractive Filter, Amplifier Envelope, Modulation Envelope, Modulation Bus, Effects, the User Wave feature, and more, empowering you to use Europa to its fullest extent and making cutting edge sounds.

Wrapping it all up, Thomas gives you five sound design video tutorials, all designed to teach you how to make different sounds from scratch using Europa, including Snare, Bass, Synth Pad, Synth Keys, and Melodic Synth patches. Through these videos you’ll gain a solid foundation for sound design with Europa!

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re new to Reason’s stunning wavetable synth Europa or just want to know more about it, this series is a must see… Watch “Reason Europa Explained” today.

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Reason Europa Explained TUTORiAL

Studio One 4 Advanced TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Studio One, Studio One 4, Advanced

Studio One 4 Advanced TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | 24 May 2018 | 1.13 GB

Presonus master Marcus Huyskens brings you in-depth coverage of the new advanced features found in the new Studio One version 4 update! Watch, learn and hear what the latest goodies from Presonus can do for you and your creative process. Marcus welcomes you and then hits the floor running with complete coverage of the powerful new Chord Track feature in Studio One v4. See what this amazing new feature can do for you when producing tracks in S1. Then it’s on to the newly updated Sample One XT and Impact XT virtual instruments and their added features, which allow for even more creative workflows. The new view mode added to the Drum Editor is also gone over in detail, making for better virtual drum instrument programming.

You’ll then get in-depth overviews and actual workflow videos covering the new Patterns in Studio One Version 4, and how they function and differ from regular instrument parts. A detailed look at working with Patterns is then given, including how to create, edit, and modify Patterns with ease.

Marcus now reveals the new AAF Import and Export options and a ton of videos covering the new general workflow improvements made to Studio One version 4, including Ripple Edit Mode, Relative Bar Offsets, Notion Integration, External Plug-In Scanner, Key Signatures, the Console GUI update, Lighter Themes and much, much more.

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Studio One 4 Advanced TUTORiAL

Creating Dub Music UNCUT TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, UNCUT, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Dub Music, Creating

Creating Dub Music UNCUT TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | April 02 2017 | 2.19 GB

This episode explores the use of tactile sounds in music. We discuss reggae with a heavy influence on dub, and the history of reggae and dub. Brian also has some amazing insight into approaching the studio from a philosophical stand point, including his explanation of feeling and hearing the music. SubPac was also in the house to teach us about this great innovation for the engineer, producer, and mixer.

Freak Nasty joined us as well, and many special guests. We launched from reggae history, and went over many approaches musically. In this episode, you’ll refine your mic placement and listening habits in the studio. You’ll also learn some amazing engineer tips and techniques, including the use of tactile sounds in your music, session tracking, drum placement, tuning, and dampening techniques, and finding the groove. Other topics include approaching the piano as a percussionist, and direct input techniques. Learn the skills necessary to jump start your career in this genre. Evolve the Craft.

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