How To Use CMI V

SYNTHiC4TE | March 01 2019 | 1.73 GB

Does this man ever stop playing about with vintage synths? The answer is a resounding no, so we’re stoked to welcome back for another How To Use course – and this time he’s lifting the lid on the iconic Fairlight /Arturia CMI V and helping us get our heads around this groundbreaking synth. Peaking in popularity back in 1982 this synth paved the way for the DAW’s we use today and only setting you back a mere £30,000 – it was a fairly exclusive piece of kit, but as you’ll see in Matt’s introduction video it’s influence on modern music is paramount with nothing else coming close to what this machine was capable of at the time.



Orchestration TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 01 March 2019 | 2.12 GB

Learn how to write for orchestra from an award-winning composer whose music has been performed by orchestras across the U.S. The course is divided into two parts: part 1 is on Instrumentation and part 2 is on Orchestration. Instrumentation is an important and necessary first step since you cannot write for orchestra if you don’t know about the individual instruments of the orchestra. In part 1 you will learn how each instrument is constructed, how they produce sound, how they are properly notated, their playing and sounding ranges, register characteristics, dynamic capabilities and common playing techniques. In part 2 you will learn basic concepts for writing for orchestra, including how to create and effectively use different timbres and textures, the best methods for scoring chords, the roles each instrument and section play within the whole, how to properly prepare a score and parts, and how to proof before publishing. The course concludes with an entire section of helpful orchestration tips and techniques. There are also a number of useful reference charts attached as .pdf files.

At key points in the course you will be given score reading assignments, listening assignments, composing assignments, and quizzes.

A vital component to the study of orchestration is score reading, and so throughout the course you will be asked to read scores. There are some score excerpts in the course but the majority of score reading will be done on your own. There is an important reason for this. Taking a course in orchestration is a great start to learning how to write for orchestra but the only way to become truly knowledgeable and skilled in this very complex art form is through a lifetime of score study and through a lifetime of experience gained from actual writing for orchestra. This cannot be emphasized enough.

Note: This is not a music theory course or a music composition course. This course was written for individuals who already have a basic foundation in music theory (including music notation) and music composition. If you need or would like to develop your knowledge in these areas please see the following courses by the instructor.

Orchestration TUTORiAL


How to Build Chords TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 28 February 2019 | 1.95 GB

In this course you will learn how to build triads chords (major and minor) and also four notes chords adding the dominant seventh and the major seventh notes to them. Some knowledge in music is desirable, but not mandatory. We will start from the early beginning presenting the musical notes and how to locate them on the keyboard or piano.We will teach you everything about flats and sharps, diatonic scales, clefs, the basic on music notation, intervals, so you can understand the rules and will be able to read a note or a chord on a music sheet. Then we will build together the cycle of fifths and fourths and understand the relationship to the different tonalities and you will learn how a music transposition works. Then we will build all the major and minor chords and their inversions at the twelve keys and finally apply them to a small part of pop music.

This course is formatted for piano and keyboard, however, its theory applies to any musical instrument.

How to Build Chords TUTORiAL


Modulation Effects All About Distortion

FANTASTiC | 28 February 2019 | 420 MB

from subtle to extreme Phasers

In this course we will go deep in distortion, what it is and it uses in a mix. From subtle saturation, to overdrive and distortion, to digital clipping and obliterating sounds. It’s all covered in this course on Distortion. This classic effect can be used at every level of the mix and sound design process to warm up and add character to sounds, or make them lo-fi and dirty.

Course Summary
Distortion is a classic effect, the staple of rock guitar for decades. Proper use and application will give your mix a bigger impact with more attitude and a louder more in-your-face sound.

Watch this course to find out how!
•Make things loud, edgy and in your face.
•Help sounds cut through a busy sonic landscape.
•Learn why musicians and engineers working in all genres of music use distortion at all stages of a track.

Course Features
•Over 1 hour of practical, professional video instruction
•Led by a respected, talented and knowledgeable producer
•6 focused tutorial videos providing useable production techniques and creative tips for ambient music
•Learn at your own pace, watch as many times as you need to learn the lessons

Modulation Effects All about Distortion TUTORiAL


Complete Logic Pro X Masterclass

P2P | 23 February 2019 | 10.3 GB

Learn How To Create 3 Full Tracks With Logic Pro X From The Ground Up And From Scratch in This Logic Pro X Masterclass. In this class you will learn how to master Logic Pro X and how to create full productions in no time! We will also create 3 full productions from scratch in this class, from the idea stage to a complete finished professional sounding track. You will also get those 3 full productions as templates so you can open them on your computer to see how the projects are built up. Feel free to copy settings and / or different presets or sounds.

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– Do you know that Logic Pro X is one of the most used music programs in the world? You can create, edit and arrange music as well as do many other things, even creating videos.
– Not only Music Production but Also How to Make It As The Professional Music Producers
– Start getting creative with Logic Pro and make music quick.
– Learn how to get organized and getting your projects clean leading to a better end result.
– Discover Apple Loops and how to create a whole Project within just an hour.
– Learn how to Master Logic Pro X with a lot of different quick tips and key commands.
– Get creative with the Piano Roll and MIDI – learn how to quickly come up with chords that you would never ever think about doing.

Master Logic Pro X in just a DAY!

What you’ll learn:
– You will get from knowing nothing about Logic Pro X to creating 3 full Tracks in just about a few days
– You will learn how to create with Logic and get results instead of just learning theory
– You will learn all of the different well known (and not well known) tips & tricks to enhance your workflow
– You will go from beginner to advanced by JUST taking this course – nothing else is required
– You will learn how to integrate Logic with Apple’s Ecosystem (such as iPad and / or Mac)

Who this course is for?
– Anyone who WANT to learn Logic Pro X DAW from the ground up
– Anyone who WANT to produce music with Logic Pro X
– Anyone who WANT to learn how to record music directly into Logic
– Anyone who WANT to mix & master music with Logic at your home
– Anyone who WANT to switch from other DAW to Logic Pro X
– Anyone who WANT to learn the small things about Logic even if you already are an experienced user
– Anyone who WANT understand what you’re doing in Logic instead of guessing your way through
– Anyone who WANT to learn how to actually create music with Logic Pro X

Complete Logic Pro X Masterclass TUTORiAL


Creating a Kontakt Instrument From Scratch

FANTASTiC | 24 February 2019 | 465 MB

In this course we will be creating an entire little Kontakt sample library from scratch. The first thing we will be doing, is to create sound content. Then we will hop into Photoshop to create a basic Kontakt user interface. After that we will be making use of the Kontakt GUI Maker to implement and finalize our little Kontakt sample library!

Project Description:
•Try to create a little drone as I did in the section of designing some sound content
•Then come up with a little interface design in Photoshop (or whatever you prefer to use)
•Bring it all together in the Kontakt GUI Designer
•Map your designed sound content into your final instrument

Creating a Kontakt Instrument From Scratch TUTORiAL

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Sampling in Logic Pro X

FANTASTiC | 22 February 2019 | 351 MB

In this course you will learn how to manipulate and sample Vocals, 808s, High Hats, Snares and more. Project Description: What i want you guys to do after learning the material is go into youtube or if you have a sample bank you can use some sounds there as well. Import sounds into the EXS24 sampler. Try cutting up the vocal and convert it into midi via the EXs24 Sampler. Then do the same thing for Ultrabeat. With this VST on logic you can actually drag and drop the sample into the box that says no loaded sample in ultrabeat. This makes creating drum kits easy.

Sampling in Logic Pro X TUTORiAL

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Future Pop TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Feb 22 2019 | 802 MB

Music production guru brings you an in-depth video tutorial series on creating a Future Pop track from scratch. Shot in Logic Pro X, but applicable to any DAW, see what goes into making this popular electronic music genre, as well as tons of production tips and tricks. You also get the stems so you can experiment on your own! Larry welcomes you and then gets right to it, sorting out the key and scale of the vocal and song, and then creating a basic chord progression to underpin the production. Crafting the perfect piano sound is crucial to this track and Larry reveals some of his secrets for doing so. Working out the intro, Larry then shows you how to program cool arpeggiated parts as well as crafting drums that push the arrangement to the drop, and then creative FX usage such as white noise FX, layered snare rolls, sub drops, reverse FX and more, for the build ups. Larry now focuses on mixing the elements of the production and then goes deep into the arrangement so it has energy, forward movement and seamless transitions from section to section. Wrapping it all up, you’ll see how Larry mixes and masters the track so it is competitive against other tracks in the Future Pop genre.

If you’re into Future Pop and want to know what goes into creating this exciting sound, or just want more info on creating tracks in the vast world of electronic music, this is for you… watch “ Future Pop” now.


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Flutes & Oboes Orchestrator TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 21 February 2019 | 1.83 GB

In this Winds course, professional orchestrator takes an in-depth look at two important members of the wind section: the flutes and oboes. Learn everything there is to know about these two unique instrument families from the best orchestration teacher on the planet! The flutes and oboes are two essential members of the wind section. This course covers both families in detail, including their range, register, strength, and the role each instrument plays within the orchestra. The course begins with a thorough examination of the flute and its close cousins, the picollo, alto flute and bass flute. Thomas moves on with the Oboes, English horns and two less common instruments (oboe d’amore and bass oboe). With lots of musical examples (from Ravel, Rimsky-Korsakov, Tchaikovsky, etc.) played by professional orchestral musicians, Thomas shares his wealth of knowledge and gives many orchestration tips along the way.

Flutes and Oboes Orchestrator TUTORiAL

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Vocal Production TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 20 February 2019 | 1.81 GB


Getting “great vocals” is difficult for many because there are so many parts to the process that, when a few are done incorrectly, it can mess up the whole vocal. Like baking a cake, which has many layers and specific ingredients, if you leave it in the oven too long, you won’t get the cake you were hoping for. This course is designed to instruct upcoming producers and engineers on how to achieve a professional sounding vocal.

Course Summary:
– Learn how to achieve a professional sounding vocal.
– This course will take you through the entire process, from your setup before the singer even arrives, all the way to the final stages of mixing.
– Practical and thorough, Vocal Production with Mike London also includes the actual tracking of the artist in real-time so you can better understand the process and more importantly “why” certain decisions and actions are made.
– After completing this course you will be fully prepared to capture the vocal that will take your tracks and mixes to the next level …

Vocal Production TUTORiAL


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