Track from Scratch, In the Style of: Marshmello TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Track, Style, Scratch, Marshmello, Fantastic

Track from Scratch, In the Style of: Marshmello

FANTASTiC | 13 September 2018 | 323 MB

Whether you’re a fan of Marshmello, dance music, or you just want to see how the pro’s do it. This course takes you through the key steps and processes from getting your ideas down and picking sounds through to mapping out your arrangement and mixing your track. Filled with tips and tricks this course is a great source of inspiration to get you started on a chart smashing track. Inspire your creativity with new skills and professional techniques for Pop & Dance Music

Course Features:
In this course you will learn how to make a track similar to Marshmello – one of the most popular producers in pop and dance music.
With many of Marshmello’s tracks reaching anthem status and have led him to some of the world’s biggest festivals and stages. His skills have also made him a sort after collaborator with artists like Selena Gomez and Khalid – find out why and learn how to capture this sound now!
•65 Minutes of focused, professional video instruction
•5 tutorial videos providing focused production techniques and creative tips for Dance Music
•Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons

Course Summary
► Intro/Writing Chords and Melody:
In the first video we go over the elements of a typical Marshmello track and write some chords and a melody that is similar to his style and common tendencies.

► Picking Sounds:
Next we put some sounds to our chords, melody and bassline that sound the most like sounds Marshmello would use. For this part we use sounds created in Serum and Nexus.

► Drums:
After we have picked our sounds, we build a basic drumloop to be the foundation for our drop section. We go with a midtempo, four on the floor beat.

► Making the Track Skeleton:
In this part, we build out a very barebones arrangement of how we want our track to sound before going into more into detail on FX and mixing.

► Mixing & Completing the Track:
Finally we mix the elements that we already have in our track and fill in our skeleton with supplemental sounds and FX, leading us to our final product.

Track from Scratch, In the Style of: Marshmello TUTORiAL

How to Use EQ Effectively in Your Songs TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Your, Use, TUTORiAL, Songs, How To use, How To, How, Fantastic, Equalization, EQ, Effectively, Audio Equalization, Audio

How to Use EQ Effectively TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 13 September 2018 | 2.77 GB

[Audio Equalization]

EQ is a daunting tool. When first starting, the hardest part about an EQ is achieving good results. You usually either over-compensate or are not aggressive enough with your EQ settings. Over my years as a music producer I’ve discovered there are a couple concrete fundamentals which are a must to prevent fatigue to your ears, make accurate decisions, and get an amazing sounding mix. This course is geared towards the intermediate producer, however the beginner producer can catch on really quick, too!

The course structure is broken down into:
What is an EQ? [We discuss what an EQ is, the different filter types, how and when I like to use those filter types, analog vs digital music EQ processing, your master channel vs your individual instruments when using EQ, and I show you how to get a really fast workflow when using EQ.]

Mindset and Approaches [Why you should always level match when EQing and A/Bing, soloing vs. EQing in the mix, the cutting approach when using EQ, sweeping for problem frequencies and how to look for them, treasure hunting for our problem sound by muting it.]

Applying EQ in a Real-World Practice [Why having a game plan is crucial, slapping some compression on the master bus, mixing our percussion elements, mixing our instruments, and finally mixing the entire song.]

Creative and Powerful Uses of EQ [Breaking the fear of the high-end, tricks to use both a high-cut and low-cut filter, why looking at your in and out spectrum analyzer is a good indicator, the boost + cut approach, and a parallel processing exciter!]

How to Use EQ Effectively in Your Songs TUTORiAL

Ultimate Guide Pro Collection eBooks, audio tutorials, Ultimate, Pro, P2P, Guide, eBooks, Collection

Ultimate Guide Pro Collection eBooks

English | Mar 21, 2014 | 4 PDF´s | 22 MB

These ebooks are designed to be definitive resources on some of the most fundamental principles and practices in modern music and audio production. They came about because there didn’t seem to be other books or guides that answered all the questions every aspiring producer has about these subjects in a concise and pragmatic way – so, I decided to write some!


  • -The Ultimate Guide to Reverb
  • -The Ultimate Guide to Bass
  • -The Ultimate Guide to Equalisation (EQ)
  • -The Ultimate Guide to Compression


Each guide follows a clear structure: Quickly get a solid understanding of the principles behind the tools and processes; Apply the techniques and processes in a mix context, with a clear overall strategy – save time and ‘mix tail-chasing’; More advanced Pro techniques, and finishing with a list of additional Pro Tips. Inside each one you’ll find everything you need to master these most essential of production tools, methods and processes…

Ultimate Guide Pro Collection eBooks

Mixing and Mastering TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, P2P, Mixing, Mastering

Mixing & Mastering TUTORiAL

P2P | Nov 07 2014 | 1.34 GB

With the Mixing and Mastering online music production course, you will learn how to get your music sounding fat, crisp and ready to play on the biggest systems. Follow D.Ramirez one of the worlds top electronic music producers as he Mixes and masters his latest track right before your eyes. From the very basics of working with stems, to compression, limiting and mix-down techniques. This a fantastic course for the more experienced producers looking to take their music that one stage further… This course is for Intermediate and advanced logic users and music producers, and will be great to users of earlier versions of Logic looking to expand their skills in Logic X.

Section 1 – Lesson 1 Mixing Environment
Section 1 – Lesson 2 Room Treatment
Section 1 – Lesson 3 Headphones
Section 1 – Lesson 4 Working with stems

Section 2 – Lesson 1 Creating Your Stems
Section 2 – Lesson 2 Creating a mix template
Section 2 – Lesson 3 Adding stems to arrangement
Section 2 – Lesson 4 Organising Stems Part1
Section 2 – Lesson 5 Organising Stems Part 2
Section 2 – Lesson 6 Creating Screen sets
Section 2 – Lesson 7 The Monitor Mix
Section 2 – Lesson 8 Bussing and Routing

Section 3 – Lesson 2 Pe-master Sidechaining
Section 3 – Lesson 3 Mix Tip Don’t be seduced by treble
Section 3 – Lesson 4 Mix Tip Aviod Low Frequency Rumble
Section 3 – Lesson 5 Mix Tip Bus Your Double Sounds
Section 3 – 6 Mix Tip Learn To EQ like the pros
Section 3 – Lesson 7 Mixing the kick drums
Section 3 – Lesson 8 Mixing the Claps
Section 3 – Lesson 9 Mixing the Loop and Hats
Section 3 – Lesson 10 Master Bus Compression
Section 3 – Lesson 11 Mixing the Bass Lines

Section 4 – 1 Intro to vocal production
Section 4 – Lesson 2 Tightening Up The Vocal Performance Using Flex Time
Section 4 – Lesson 3 Using Vocalign
Section 4 – Lesson 4 Bouncing Vocalign In Place
Section 4 – Lesson 5 Using Strip Silence on Vocals
Section 4 – Lesson 6 Tuning Vocals In Flex Pitch
Section 4 – Lesson 7 Mixing The Female Vocal PT1
Section 4 – Lesson 7 Mixing The Female Vocal PT2
Section 4 – Lesson 8 Bouncing the female vocal PT1
Section 4 – Lesson 9 Mixing Female Vocals PT2
Section 4 – Lesson 10 Mixing Male Vocals PT1
Section 4 – Lesson 11 Mixing Male Vocals PT2
Section 4 – Lesson 12 Mixing Female Vocals into the track
Section 4 – Lesson 13 Mixing Male Vocals into the track
Section 4 – Lesson 14 Adding Delay And Reverb To The Vocals

Section 5 – Lesson 1 Mixing the Pads
Section 5 – Lesson 2 Mixing the Pads PT2
Section 5 – Lesson 3 Mixing The Main Melody
Section 5 – Lesson 4 Mixing The Electro Riff
Section 5 – Lesson 5 Mixing The Jupiter Melody
Section 5 – Lesson 6 Mixing The FX
Section 5 – Lesson 7 Mixing Guitar and String
Section 5 – Lesson 8 Mixing Piano and Extra Vox
Section 5 – Lesson 9 Final Thoughts And Mix Tweaks

Section 6 – Lesson 1 Mastering Intro
Section 6 – Lesson 2 Mastering Chain
Section 6 – Lesson 3 Vintage Warmer and Compressor
Section 6 – Lesson 4 Brainworx BX Digital V2 EQ
Section 6 – Lesson 5 Working with stems
Section 6 – lesson 6 Saturation
Section 6 – Lesson 7 Limiting and Loudness

Mixing and Mastering TUTORiAL

Recording and Editing Audio Logic Pro X TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Recording, Logic Pro X, Logic, Fantastic, Editing Audio, Editing, Audio

Recording & Editing Audio Logic Pro X

FANTASTiC | 08 September 2018 | 161 MB

Apple’s flagship DAW lets you record everything from solo instruments to full multitrack live bands and orchestras. Join certified Logic trainer in this course, and master the powerful audio recording and editing features of Logic Pro X! When it comes to recording and editing audio, there are a lot of concepts to learn. That’s why we asked certified trainer Booker Edwards to create this in-depth 2-hour + course where he covers all the essential techniques, tools, and workflows you need to know to record and edit audio in Logic like a pro. Before pressing the record button, a basic understanding of signal flow is necessary. After covering that topic in details, Booker explains how to set up Logic’s preferences for audio recording. This is where you learn about sample rate, bit depth, file types, how to deal with latency, and more.

From there, Booker demonstrates how to record a single track using a microphone and how to do a multitrack recording using the multiple outputs of an external device. You learn different techniques to record multiple takes and how to correct mistakes with “punch-in” recordings. And once your audio is recorded in Logic, it’s time to edit using Logic’s powerful tools and audio file and track editors. Booker reveals exactly how they work to help you create that perfect performance every time!

Recording and Editing Audio Logic Pro X TUTORiAL

U Produce™ Marshmello TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Produce, Marshmello, Fantastic

U Produce™ Marshmello TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 07 September 2018 | 4.87 GB

Electronic Music guru and producer Morgan Potruff shows you how to produce a track in the style of Marshmello! See how to create a professional sounding electronic track from scratch, with explanations all along the way. You also get the individual tracks to experiment with and remix. Morgan begins by welcoming you and then starts it all off with in-depth videos on drum sound design and programming, followed by enlightening tutorials on crafting different bass sounds, sequencing them, and making them fit in the mix. Impactful risers are then created and programmed for added excitement and movement to the song, as well as build ups and more. After additional mixing insights, Morgan shows how to fine-tune the balance of the melody layers, as well as the risers and transitions, including how to give greater clarity and impact to the production by shaping sounds with leveling, EQ and effects.

Wrapping it all up, Morgan adds in the vocal elements including how to edit, arrange and mix them with harmonies into a fully polished production. See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info.

If you’re into Marshmello and are curious how to arrive at that sound, or just want to know more about different ways to produce modern electronic music, this series is it… watch “U Produce™ Marshmello” now.

U Produce™ Marshmello TUTORiAL

Approaching A Mix TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Mix, Fantastic, Approaching

Approaching A Mix TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 07 September 2018 | 244 MB

Is Your Mix Letting You Down? This 6-part course takes the guesswork out of the mixing process directing your attention straight to the essentials of a professional mix. The insights you’ll learn here will guarantee that you maintain audio quality throughout the process and Produce Better Sounding Mixes And Masters That Sound More Dynamic, Engaging And Emotionally Powerful

This course looks at 6 fundamental mix areas you should be focused on throughout the production process no matter what DAW you use.
By focusing on these areas when approaching a mix you will develop a more effective workflow leading to a better more consistent mix every time.
•One hour of professional video instruction
•Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons
•6 indepth videos each focused on integral elements of every mix

Areas of Study
•Gain-staging – optimising the signal flow in your mix, reducing distortion and preserving dynamic range.
•Phase – dealing with offset issues as well as effects and creative use.
•Panning – Giving separation and focus to elements in the mix plus some creative tips & tricks.
•Stereo Width and Depth – Enhancing the left to right and front to back image to create better stereophonic mixes.
•Meters – Using tools to help us visually read our mix, measuring actual loudness as we hear it and the various standards used in metering tools.

► Gain Staging
In this video we will discuss gain staging, and why gain staging is important.
If you ever find yourself asking questions like;
•What level should my master channel be peaking at, and how do I set that up and maintain it?
•Why don’t my mixes sound like the Pros?
•Why does working ITB sound so different to working with hardware?

A major influence on the answer to all those questions is Gain-Staging, setting up your mix so that no overloading, distortion or clipping occurs, that you are not introducing unnecessary noise into your signal path you have plenty of headroom for those occasion peaks that the meters don’t catch and intersample peaks.

► Phase
In the video we are going to talk about phase and what we must consider when creating a mix.
Phase is the timing relationship between the left and right channel signals.
In the creation of a mix there are various processes, intentional and otherwise that will alter the phase or timing relationship between the left and right channels of our mix. We can manipulate phase to create stereophonic mixes but there are also situations that will cause the stereo signal to become out of phase or phase shifted resulting in signal colouration or even phase inversion resulting in phase cancelation and level attenuation.

► Panning Part 1
The next 2 videos will focus on the use of the pan control and placing sounds in the stereo field.
Panning can make a mix sound bigger, wider, clearer and even enhance it’s mood and emotional impact.
How we ear is a combination of many cues but the main ones are timing and amplitude. Offsets in these 2 parameters is what allows us to localise a sound.
The pan control deals with one of these controls, amplitude. But the pan control doesn’t just turn one channel down as you move the pan control to one side. Depending on what DAW you have different “pan laws” are applied, sometimes with options to change them. There are also creative applications and we will explore these too.

► Panning Part 2
In this video we continue our exploration and use of pan. We will look at some tricks to help you get some creative results.

► Stereo Image
Stereo image or stereo width setup is part of the production process that deals with the relationship of sounds in the stereophonic field from left to right. Sometimes we work with single stereo sounds that are spread across the entire stereo field, we can also adjust this width for contrast or effect, at other times it’s the interplay between monophonic sources spread from left to right as in in the drums in the previous video, to create a balanced mix in terms of frequency and amplitude. Creating a mix that is super wide is not always the goal, certain genres and tempos require a more mono-focused approached which is part of what we’ll discover.

► Depth
Depth in a mix refers to the front to back relationship between sounds and elements in the mix. Mixes that have depth are said to be spacious and this is often connected to the use of reverb; sounds that have more reverb sound further back or more distant, sounds that are dryer are closers and more upfront. When approaching depth in your mix, it helps to listen and think about how sounds work in the real world. What makes something sound distant vs. what makes something sound close? In general 2 things, frequency content and ambience or reverb. A sound that is further away will have more reverb and its high and low frequency content will be attenuated. When working on creating an engaging stereo sound field we can go for realism, hyperrealism or whatever works for the track. It’s all about balance.

► Metering
In a previous video we looked at and discussed phase meters, this video is about level meters, the various types you are likely to come across and their advantages and disadvantages. Meters aren’t just there to tell you if something is clipping. You will see here that meters can tell you a lot more. Used correctly they help support what your ears are telling you, or not telling you and help you create better balanced mixes.

Approaching A Mix TUTORiAL

Mixing Modern Instrumental Metal TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Modern, Mixing, Metal, Instrumental, Fantastic

Mixing Modern: Instrumental Metal

FANTASTiC | 07 September 2018 | 633 MB

Paul Ortiz has had much success with his ambient/progressive metal project Chimp Spanner, and he now reveals his secrets for mixing modern instrumental Metal music to you. See how to get mixes that showcase the elements of this genre of music, while adding impact and clarity. Shown in Cubase, but applicable to any DAW, Paul starts the series off by laying out what will be learned in the videos, and then begins the series with info on grouping, color coding and organizing the imported files of your song, which make mixing easier and quicker moving ahead, including using folder tracks and group busses. Next it’s all about the drums. Paul shows you step by step how to design the kick drum sounds as well as use basic channel strip tools and EQ to emphasize the different parts of the kick drum before blending them together.

Snares and the rest of the kit are then covered, and you’ll see how to use envelope shapers to bring out more sustain, simple channel strip plug-ins to shape the sound, and how to use a stereo enhancer plug-in as a stereo width control to make the drums wide and full sounding.

Moving on, Paul reveals how to use a similar sound design technique of the kick drum to split the bass guitar into two tones, a grindy, guitar-like top layer, and a round bottom end, which makes for a very full, satisfying bass tone for this genre of music.

The guitars are then focused on, and you’ll learn Paul’s approach to mixing mid-high gain guitar tones, as well as how to use group channels and stereo processing to run two guitar tracks through one plug-in for continuity and control, as well as how to use unlikely tools like distortion to further design your drum sounds.

In the final part of the series, Paul brings the remaining elements into the mix and finishes it off, and then shows how to perform automation for the final magic touches. As an added bonus, Paul talks about how to achieve a split drum mix from a live drum VST, should you choose to work with MIDI drums instead of real drum audio.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info. If you’re new to mixing modern instrumental Metal tracks, or just want to see and hear another perspective on the topic, this is the series for you… watch “Mixing Modern Instrumental Metal” today!

Mixing Modern Instrumental Metal TUTORiAL

GarageBand Essential Training TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Training, GarageBand, Fantastic, Essential

GarageBand Essential Training TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 06 September 2018 | 0.99 GB

GarageBand is the most accessible, affordable, and easy-to-learn recording software around. It comes free on every new Mac, and its simple interface means you spend less time learning the software and more time making music. This course gives you a head start. Instructor Garrick Chow shows how to create your first project using the prerecorded loops, virtual Drummer, and software instruments built into GarageBand. These features allow you to create an entire song without knowing how to play a single instrument. But if you want to record a live performance, GarageBand has you covered. Garrick also shows how to record real instruments in GarageBand, and how to use the Amp Designer to craft your own unique guitar sounds. Then learn how to arrange, edit, and mix your projects using the Arrangement track and the built-in effects. Last but not least, Garrick shows how to export your song from GarageBand and share it with the world.

Topics include:
•Creating a new project
•Adding tracks
•Working with loops
•Recording software instrument tracks
•Getting real sounds into your Mac
•Recording and compositing multiple tracks
•Arranging, editing, and mixing your project
•Sharing your music with others

GarageBand Essential Training TUTORiAL

How To Compose Uplifting Corporate Music TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Uplifting, TUTORiAL, Music, How To, How, Fantastic, Corporate, Compose

How To Compose Uplifting Corporate Music

FANTASTiC | 06 September 2018 | 1.46 GB

Welcome! And congratulations for choosing to advance your skills and knowledge as a music composer. My course will take you on a learning journey. And your end goal and destination for this journey, is to unlock the secrets of composing corporate music.

Here are the benefits you will gain, by taking this journey.
•Learn the Foundations of Corporate Music
•Find out Your Vision & Mission
•Create a Professional Project Plan
•Get 10 Powerful Production Guidelines
•Master the Sound Palette for this Style
•Complete a Creative Songwriting Session

And your final project will be to compose your own track in the style of corporate music.

How To Compose Uplifting Corporate Music TUTORiAL


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