Deep House Dissected TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Dissected, Deep House

Deep House Dissected TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 11 2018 | 1.38 GB

Electronic music producer pro Chris Herrera puts Deep House on the operating table and dissects it right before your eyes and ears. Watch and learn how to make authentic Deep House by identifying and understanding all the elements that make up this popular electronic genre. Chris begins by welcoming you and goes over what the series will be about and plays the song you’ll be dissecting in the video series. Once you’re familiar with the material, Chris breaks down and analyzes the stems that make up the different parts of the track, and talks about which ones are working and which aren’t and why. The drum mix is next, and together you’ll put it under the microscope, revealing the importance of detailed sound design work when building a groove, and then dig deep into the classic 4 on the floor kick drum.

Percussion parts and effects, bass guitar and bass synth relationships and mix, parallel compression usage and application, and general effects are all then gone over in-detail, shedding light on the magic that’s used to bring this genre to life.

Moving on, Chris then dives into examining the arrangement and how 4, 8, and 16 bar phrases are used to build the song up and down, as well as all-mighty breakdown section.

Wrapping it all up, Chris finishes up the series by looking at master channel plug-in chains that go from from very light and limiting, to heavy duty sonic plug-in combos that really make the music move and come alive.

As a bonus, Chris has included the stems to a different Deep House track so you can use the dissecting skills learned in the series and look at yet another Deep House track on your own, at your studio.

Deep House Dissected TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Audition CC 2018 Essential Training TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Training, P2P, Essential, CC, Audition CC, Audition, 2018

Audition CC 2018 TUTORiAL

Team ZH | UPDATED: (May 2018) | 11 May 2018 | 2.55 GB

Essential Training

Discover how to professionally edit and mix audio with Audition CC. In this course, instructor Paul Murphy begins by touring the Audition interface and providing a crash course in fixing noisy audio from a Premiere Pro project. He then continues with a more detailed overview of the software, including topics such as importing, editing, improving sound elements with effects and the Essential Sound panel, integration with Premiere Pro, and finally, exporting your mix. For editors who have traditionally completed audio work inside their editing system, this course can show you powerful tools and expert techniques to take your audio mixes to the next level.

Topics include:
•Customizing a workspace
•Importing a Premiere Project
•Removing unwanted sounds
•Importing audio and video files
•Reviewing audio terminology
•Working with the Waveform Editor
•Cleaning and repairing audio
•Creating a multitrack session
•Recording audio
•Using the Essential Sound panel
•Working with effects
•Exporting a session to OMF and XML

Q: This course was updated on 05/04/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: importing video files and what’s new in Audition CC 2018. In addition, new videos were added that cover importing a sequence in Audition and using the tracks panel.

Audition CC 2018 Essential Training TUTORiAL

How To Make Alien Eyes TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, How to Make, Alien Eyes

How To Make Alien Eyes TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 06 2018 | 4.49 GB

How To Make ‘Alien Eyes’, his brand new-genre busting track! Hailing from LA, Matt set up the label Perfect Driver which has grown in success mainly due to his persistent drive and passion as a one-man operation, building his roster of producers and artists from the ground up. Over these 20 videos we get to see Matt’s experimental and creative mind in full flow as he builds this awesome track from scratch, creating a club smasher that could be defined as ‘Tech House’ but ultimately a tricky one to categorise! Starting with the kick, bass and signature percussive elements that he’s amassed while creating previous tracks, we move onto some truly innovative and individual synth lines before using the mac’s own speech function to provide the vocals. Once all the elements are in place we then move on to the arrangement stage using automation, space-age effects, and builds to create tension before the driving, groove-laden drops, and then check out a quick mix and master so we can export the tune ready for DJ’s to get their hands on.

How To Make Alien Eyes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

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

How To Use Saturn TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 06 2018 | 540 MB

This week we welcome back Rory from Hyper Production for a look at awesome saturator and distortion plug-in, Saturn. This cool looking plugin has become the go-to saturator/distortion plug-in for most producers out there and it’s easy to see, and more importantly hear why. Saturn is a multiband saturation and distortion unit with a flexible modulation routing system onboard and when you begin to run audio through it, you’re shown a useful real-time audio display. Saturn starts with just one band covering the full spectrum by default but you can then easily and dynamically create new bands by placing dividers on top of the display of the incoming audio. Once you have chosen your bands, Saturn has its own set of controls to affect its section of the audio signal and allows you to pick one of its distortion engines – tube, tape, amp, saturation and experimental. However, this is just scratching the surface of this incredibly useful plugin as each band also includes EQ sliders, frequency and feedback and dynamic knobs not to mention it’s sophisticated modulation system!

Definitely a plug-in worth checking out!


How To Use Reason 10 Beginner Level 1 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Use, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Reason 10, Reason, Level, How To use, How To, How, Beginner

How To Use Reason 10 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 06 2018 | 1.66 GB

Beginner Level 1

Want to get to grips with Propellerheads Reason 10? Maybe you’ve recently started out using the software or are considering changing your current DAW? Well over the next 14 videos, Joshua Hodge aka DJ @ War will take you through the key areas of Reason 10. This is a Beginner Level 1 course where Joshua 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. First up we take a look at the audio setup and user interface of Reason 10 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 and bass sounds and lastly, we finish off by arranging the track using some automation, adding transitions and effects, mixing the track down, and then exporting the track so it can be played anywhere.

How To Use Reason 10 Beginner Level 1 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Sound Design for TV, Film and Games TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TV, TUTORiAL, Sound Design, ilfsn, Games, Film

Sound Design for TV, Film & Games

iLFSN | 05.05.2018 | 2.25 Hours | 1.12 GB

In this video tutorial series, sound design guru Gary Hiebner shows you what it takes to do sound design for TV, Film and Games! Gary starts by welcoming you and gives an introduction to what sound design for media such as TV, Film & Games is, plus a demo of the song that will be created in the series. Then, Gary starts at the beginning, showing you how to import video into your DAW, create hit pPoint markers, decide on a tempo, and how to find and sync sound effects to your video. Gary now shows you how to use sound effects that sync with moving animated parts in a video, followed by how to use whoosh sound effects to sync up with elements in a video, and how you can use time stretching techniques for differentiation in the sounds. You’ll then see how to use risers and build ups as sound effects, piano melody and chord progression creation, adding strings and choirs, building up the rhythm with drums and bass, adding percussion, horns, synths, swells and more! Wrapping it up, Gary walks you through creating dynamics with the mix and exporting and imbedding your audio to video, so you can supply it to the client or production team.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you want to know what’s involved when doing sound design for different media and mediums, checkout “Sound Design for TV, Film & Games” today.

Sound Design for TV, Film and Games TUTORiAL

Superior Drummer 3 Tips and Tricks Vol.3 TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tricks, Tips, Superior Drummer, Superior, SD3, ilfsn, Drummer

Superior Drummer 3 Tips & Tricks Vol.3

iLFSN | 05.05.2018 | 1.5 Hours | 692 MB

In this video tutorial series, SD3 guru delivers his final volume of tips and tricks, this time focusing on SD3’s Macro Parameter controls which give you incredible control over settings, making for very cool and creative sounds! Luke starts the series by working with the Creative Filter and shows you how to control Frequency, Resonance and Modulation to produce filtered rhythmic effects with Macro Controls. He then moves on, revealing all five distortion effects and how you can get creative and distinct distortion sounds by adjusting multiple parameters at once when binding them to Macro Controls. Next, Luke discusses some of his favorite ways to use the Reverb effect, showing ways to make elaborate adjustments to multiple reverb parameters using Macro Controls, as well as how to use the Transient effect to manipulate the room sound. Then see how you can use the Attack/Sustain parameters of the Transient effect along with Macro Controls in a variety of ways to produce punchy and roomy drum sounds, as well as Envelope release and room channel fade parameters and how you can bind them to Macro Controls and make simultaneous adjustments creating a variety of room sounds.

Luke concludes this series with some additional Macro Control tips including labelling Macro Controls, recalling Macro User Preset and Mix Preset settings, and using Macro Controls with EZdrummer 2 EZX libraries within Superior Drummer 3.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you want to explore new workflow ideas and sonic horizons with SD3, watch “Superior Drummer 3 Tips & Tricks Vol 3” today.

Superior Drummer 3 Tips and Tricks Vol.3 TUTORiAL

Ableton Live 10 Essential Training TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Training, P2P, Essential, Ableton Live 10, Ableton Live

Ableton Live 10 Essential Training

P2P | 4 May 2018 | MP4 | Duration: 13h 13m | 6.17 GB

Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Level: Beginner | + Exercise Files

Create music in real time, on stage, or while producing in the studio, with Ableton Live 10. In this course, music professor Rick Schmunk shows how to compose, record, remix, improvise, produce, and edit your musical ideas using this powerful software. Get familiar with the Live interface, learn how to set up your audio and MIDI hardware, and explore how to create a Live set. Plus, discover how to record and edit both MIDI and audio, shape the sound of your projects by applying effects to your tracks, warp audio, and much more. As you get acquainted with Live 10, you’ll learn real-world production skills that can be applied to songwriting, studio production, and DJing.

Topics include:
– Choosing the right gear for a home recording studio
– Setting audio and MIDI preferences
– Optimizing performance
– Loading, playing, and moving clips
– Working with Live sets
– Recording and overdubbing MIDI
– Using groove quantization
– Editing pitch, velocity, and duration
– Looping audio
– Working with locators
– Creating beats with Impulse
– Building instrument racks and drum racks
– Recording and editing automation
– Creating sounds with Wavetable
– Using Max for Live devices.

Ableton Live 10 Essential Training TUTORiAL

27 Practical Tips for Songwriters TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tips, Songwriters, Practical, P2P

27 Practical Tips for Songwriters TUTORiAL

P2P | 04.05.2018 | MP4 (720p) | English | Duration: 1h 9m | 96.61 MB

Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Level: Intermediate

Songwriting can be a thrilling and rewarding profession, but it’s not without its challenges. In this course, join professional songwriter Cliff Goldmacher as he explores the craft—and business—of songwriting through a series of short, self-contained lessons that offer practical solutions to common problems. Cliff shares creative workarounds for songwriting issues, explaining what to do when you’re stuck finding the perfect line or you can’t tell if a song is finished. He also goes over problems—and offers solutions—for songwriters that are working in the recording studio or trying to pursue a career in music.

Topics include:
– Finding title ideas for your songs
– Determining if your song is finished
– Making your songs unique
– Finding the time to write
– Pitching your songs
– Pros and cons of publishing deals
– Networking for introverts
– Finding the right studio team for your demo
– Pitching your song demos to film and TV.

27 Practical Tips for Songwriters TUTORiAL

Ableton Live 10 Part 4: Sound Design and Samplers TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sound Design, Samplers, Part, ilfsn, Ableton Live 10

Ableton Live 10 Part 4 TUTORiAL

iLFSN | 03.05.2018 | 2.7 Hours + Project Files | 1.06 GB

This is Part 4: Synths & Samplers

For years I’ve been teaching Ableton Live in the college classroom. As a University Professor, my classes are sought after, and, frankly, expensive. I believe Ableton Live can be learned by anyone, and cost shouldn’t be a barrier. This class uses the same outline and syllabus I’ve used in my college classes for years, at a fraction of the cost. I will be making 6 (six!) complete classes in order to bring you the most comprehensive manual on Ableton Live production techniques ever created. Each class has Sets, sessions, and experiments for you to try on your own and follow along with.

Topics include:
– Synthesis Basics
– Types of Synthesis
– Physical Modeling Synthesis
– Elements of Synthesis
– Live’s Analog Instrument
– Live’s Collision Instrument
– Live’s Electric Instrument
– Live’s Impulse Instrument
– Live’s Tension Instrument
– Live’s Operator Instrument
– Live’s Simpler Instrument
– Live’s Sampler Instrument
– Multisamples and Zones
– Sampler Orchestras
– Racks!!!!
– Instrument Racks
– Chain Selector
– Macros in Racks
– Drum Racks
– Choke Settings
– The External Instrument
…and much more!

Ableton Live 10 Part 4: Sound Design and Samplers TUTORiAL


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