The Songwriters Toolkit TUTORiAL

P2P | 22 March 2019 | 293 MB

…::: Learning from the Masters :::…

There’s a logical underpinning to most great pop tunes. In this course, musician digs into this logic, pulling back the curtain on how the masters approach songwriting—and how you can leverage the time-tested principles they employ to craft your own original material. Julian shows how to put each of these techniques into action using songs he crafted specifically for this course. Learn how to add an outro to your tunes, experiment with multiple bridges, use modulation in a duet, and more.

Topics include:
•Using your bridge as an intro
•Adding an outro to your song
•Reharmonizing a chorus as an outro
•Ditching a verse
•Experimenting with multiple bridges
•Using modulation in a duet
•Using the tonic chord

The Songwriters Toolkit TUTORiAL


Creating MASSIVE Guitar Tones using Amp Sims

FANTASTiC | 20 March 2019 | 514 MB

In this class, I’ll walk you through how I craft high-gain guitar tones using only software! In 2018 it is definitely possible to get realistic sounding guitar tones from amp simulators, and using a few tricks I’ll show you how to achieve massive sounding tones with inexpensive software. Project Description: I’ve provided the DI track I used in the class for you to create your own tones with. Upload your finished tone and let me know what sims, cabs, pedals, and other plugins you used to create it!

Creating MASSIVE Guitar Tones using Amp Sims TUTORiAL


How To Make Beats in Logic Pro X

FANTASTiC | 20 March 2019 | 843 MB

…::: Beatmaking and Drum Loops :::…

How to create Drum Loops & your own Sample Packs from other Apple Loops and samples inside of Logic Pro X. You can still use these techniques in other DAW’s as well.

How To Make Beats in Logic Pro X TUTORiAL


Learn Sound Synthesis in Max for Ableton Live 10

FANTASTiC | 19 March 2019 | 1.22 GB

In this Max class, I will be teaching you Sound Synthesis inside Max for Live in Ableton Live 10. This class can also be used for anyone that has Max as a stand alone device. Some of the topics covered are quite advantaged, so maybe don’t take this class if you are brand new to Max. Project Description: – Make your own Max patch and then write a short description of how you made it. You can also include a screenshot if it’s needed and then post this as a class project.

Learn Sound Synthesis in Max for Ableton Live 10 TUTORiAL


Getting Started in Studio One 4

FANTASTiC | 19 March 2019 | 735 MB

With its single-screen interface, intuitive editing tools and advanced virtual instruments Studio One is a formidable DAW. In version 4 PreSonus have added and improved features that help you tackle the challenges of modern production head on. In this 230 minute course, Studio One power user Quanta walks you through all the essentials of getting started with Studio One 4. Providing hands on demonstration so that you can get started with the software today.

Indepth technical walkthroughs with plenty of practical insights and examples that show you how to make the most of Studio One’s new and existing features and functions. From the foundations of the GUI to recording audio and midi; to using the Mix Console; right through to working with effects and VST’s. By the end of this course you will have a solid working knowledge of how Studio One works and be ready put it to use in your productions.

Watch, Listen and Learn – our easy to follow video instruction introduce you to classic techniques and technical insights
23 videos broken down into 9 sections ensure you have a strong grasp of all Studio One essentials.
Total runtime 230 minutes
•Practical instruction by an experienced tutor
•Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons


•The Start Page
•Setting up your audio interface
•Setting up a MIDI controller
•Personalizing the GUI
•Important Preference Settings

•The Song Page Overview
•The Browser
•The Inspector
•Understanding the Various Mouse Tools
•Transport Controls

•Recording Audio
•Time-Stretching Audio and the Bend Tool
•Recording MIDI
•Editing MIDI and Quantization

•Working With Automation

•The Mix Console

•Working With Effects

•The Included VSTs – Part I
•The Included VSTs – Part II
•Creating Multi-Instruments

•Exporting a Song and Stems
•The Project Page

Getting Started in Studio One 4 TUTORiAL


Audio & MiDi Signal Flow TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 18 March 2019 | 414 MB

…::: Audio Concepts :::…

Signal flow is essential knowledge to understand ANYTHING about AUDIO. This Audio Concepts course, designed for musicians, engineers and producers, teaches you everything about the “ins and outs” of audio and MIDI signal flow. Watch it now! Whether you’re working with a console desk in a large studio or with a virtual mixer in your DAW, it’s very important to have a solid understanding of audio routing and signal flow. This course, by audio engineer Joe Albano covers everything from hardware studio hookup to audio and MIDI signal flow in a DAW. First, Joe covers the basics of studio connections. You learn about the 3 different input connections (mic, line and instrument), how to interpret signal flow diagrams, and how to understand patchbays and audio interfaces. Next, you dive into the concept of “in-the-box” signal flow, where you learn about the importance of audio processing order, how sends and returns work, and the different uses of pre- and post-fader sends. You also learn about MIDI signal flow, you discover how to integrate hardware processors and external MIDI devices into your digital workflow, and more…

Audio and MiDi Signal Flow TUTORiAL


The Sound Effects Bible PDF

P2P | Feb 11, 2013 | 5.2 MB

The Sound Effects Bible is the complete guide to recording, editing, and designing your own sound effects. If it snaps, crackles, pops, crashes, booms or bangs, it can be found somewhere in this first-ever book on the black art of Foley and sound effects. This definitive book covers microphone selection, field recorders, the ABCs of digital audio, understanding digital audio workstations, building your own Foley stage, designing your own editing studio, sound design, and much more. This book will teach you everything you need to know to get started creating and recording your own sound effects. Period. There is very little fluff and only brief periods of wild and aimless exposition. Other than that, it’s straight to the point and chocked full of pics, diagrams, and real world experience. With over 650 sound effects products under his belt, Ric Viers has been there, done that, broke it, fixed and then sold it on Ebay. This book tells you exactly how he did it and more importantly, how you can do it too.

Here’s what the pros have to say about the book:
“Ric’s book is an excellent introduction to techniques for producing profes¬sional sound effects for films, games, etc. It’s packed with nuts-and-bolts information that beginning and intermediate level sound designers/editors will find useful.”
— Randy Thom, director of sound design, Skywalker Sound

“Ric Viers eats, drinks, and breathes sound effects. If you’re a sound designer, editor, or filmmaker, you’ll need the Bible!”
— Tasos Frantzolas, founder of

“The Sound Effects Bible is the go-to resource for anyone serious about sound creation! Ric Viers generously shares his real-world experience in an absorbing and hard to put down guide to this fascinating corner of the entertainment industry.”
— Aaron Marks, composer/sound designer and author of The Complete Guide to Game Audio

“Fun, funny, and the most informative source I’ve seen on the what, why, and how of creating sound effects. This book’s a blessing of inspiration, common sense, and trade secrets, a must for everyone planning to get their own micro¬phone for recording our sonic world. Thanks, Ric, for sharing your experience creating those 100,000 humongous, teeny, sloshy, brittle, honking, shimmering, etc. etc. sounds.”
— David Sonnenschein, author of Sound Design​

“Ric Viers manages to not only detail the technical aspects of an underappreci¬ated craft, but explain how a sound effects expert approaches this work from a practical perspective, offering specific examples of how one can capture and later utilize audio that will add depth and character to images.”
— David E. Williams, Editor-In-Chief, Digital Video Magazine

“If you are interested in learning about the details of sound effects for your own productions — this is the book!”
— Frank Serafine, Sound Designer/Composer, Tron, Star Trek, Hunt For Red October, Brainstorm

“Ric has really nailed it on this one. There is no other A-to-Z book that a media maker who has limited knowledge of sound effects can use to get a great overview of how sound is matched to visuals conceptually and technically and then with this knowledge actually make a movie soundtrack.”
— Alan Howarth, Composer/Sound Designer for Star Trek, Halloween, Poltergeist, Dracula, Stargate

The Sound Effects Bible PDF


Spice-Up Your Guitar TUTORiAL

P2P | 15 March 2019 | 11.5 GB

Develop YOUR Unique Style

This course will change the way that you are playing songs. It’s going to become a much more creative experience, open to your own interpretations and choices. People will be touched and impressed with what you’ll do on the guitar – and they’ll want to hear more.

Who this course is for:
– Guitar players that feel like their song-playing is on the boring side – and who want a major refreshment.
– Guitar players who feel that they’re stuck in a rut and want to add more personal style to their playing.

Spice-Up Your Guitar TUTORiAL


How To Make Pop TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | March 14 2019 | 4.49 GB

How To Make Pop with an awesome track ‘Get Gone’ featuring Stella Jones on vocals. Starting with a blank template in Cubase, Austin builds this song from the ground up with a simple but catchy chord progression followed by synth pad and lead sound design using multiple layers and percussive elements to get the initial feel and groove. Always keeping the vocalist in mind, Austin continues to build the track with wide variety and interest using further sound design, automation of filters and effects so there is plenty for the vocalist to work from. Once the instrumental is completed we get a fascinating insight into the production process as Austin chats with Stella Jones discussing how they collaborate, even though they are in different locations highlighting the pros and cons and giving a ton of tips and tricks on how to make this sort of artist relationship work. Finally, we bring in the vocals and process the stems adding some dope techniques to help them shine before mixing and mastering to complete the song.



Ableton Live 10 Prise en Main TUTORiAL

P2P | 14 March 2019 | FRENCH | 1.68 GB

Avec Ableton Live, vous pouvez faire de la musique partout : que ce soit chez vous, en studio ou sur scène. Le plus important est de comprendre son fonctionnement le plus vite possible pour se concentrer sur le principal qui est faire de la musique. Cette formation est faite pour passer cette étape rapidement et ne plus avoir à s’en préoccuper. Tout au long de cette formation, vous êtes accompagné par musicien, compositeur, producteur et ingénieur du son. Spécialiste en outils numériques, il est Ableton Certified Trainer sur Live. Vous commencez cette formation Ableton Live 10 en découvrant l’interface qui peut dérouter lorsque l’on ouvre Live pour la première fois. Ensuite, vous apprenez comment préparer un set up qui permettra de faire de la musique sans vous préoccuper de contraintes techniques. Le navigateur de Live est son véritable coeur ; c’est lui qui contient toutes les matières premières pour faire de la musique : loops, instruments, effets et sons. C’est donc là que vous allez chercher les éléments pour fabriquer vos morceaux. Vous apprenez comment il fonctionne, son organisation, et surtout comment le personnaliser pour le rendre plus efficace.

A la fin de cette formation, vous avez acquis les bons réflexes pour commencer un morceau rapidement et facilement sur Ableton Live 10..

Chapritre 1 Présentation et Setup
– Présentation de l’Interface de Live
– Les Préférences
– Choisir sa carte son
– Setup des contrôleurs midi
– Créer son projet et ses Sets
– Les Différents types de piste : Audio, Midi, Instrument, Retour
– Les onglets des en-tète de piste
– La Barre d’outils

Le Browser
– Installer et gérer les Packs
– L’onglet places
– L’onglet Catégories
– Les Effets audio
– Les instruments de Live
– Une Exception : le Drum Rack
– Les effets et instruments Audio Unit et VST
– Gestion des presets des Effets et Instruments de Live
– Différence de gestion des Presets Audio Unit ou VST
– Nouveauté Live 10 : Les Collections
– Max For Live
– La Bibliothèque Utilisateurs
– Tip : Se faire des dossiers personnalisés de Plug-ins
– Tip : Se faire un Template par défaut

Ableton Live 10 Prise en Main FRENCH TUTORiAL


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