Novation Launchpad Pro Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Pro, Novation, Launchpad Pro, Launchpad, Fantastic, Explained

Novation Launchpad Pro Explained

FANTASTiC | 11 Oct 2018 | 1.61 GB

Novation’s Launchpad Pro is a formidable piece of kit that acts as both instrument and controller and can drastically improve your production workflow both creatively and practically. At the same time it has a LOT of features, which just go to waste if you don’t fully know what you’re doing. This 9-part course led by experienced tutor and producer TAETRO walks you through exactly how the Launchpad Pro functions with Ableton Live. Whether you’re a producer, a performer, beginner or a more experienced artist, get going with Novation Launchpad Pro today!

Lesson 1 Unboxing & Firmware Update
– Unboxing the launchpad pro, contents explained, and updating the device’s firmware.

Lesson 2 Basic Ableton Live Setup & Note Mode
– Configuring preferences for the Launchpad Pro with Ableton Live and Note Mode explained

Lesson 3 Ableton Live Functionality
– An overview of the Launchpad Pro’s native integration and functionality with Ableton Live.

Lesson 4 Clip Launching
– Using the Launchpad Pro to create and perform with ‘clips’. Includes a clip launching performance demo with a complete explanation.

Lesson 5 Beat Making Workflow: Drums/Percussion
– The workflow of creating beats and percussive loops with the Launchpad Pro.

Lesson 6 Beat Making Workflow: Melodic/Harmonic Instruments
– Adding layers to your beat by creating melodies and harmonic progressions using the Launchpad Pro.

Lesson 7 Live Performance
– Combining the elements of clip launching and beat making workflow to create a dynamic electronic music performance.

Lesson 8 Custom Mappings for Live Performance
– Creating custom mappings in the Launchpad Pro’s User Mode to enhance live performances.

Lesson 9 No Laptop Required
– Exploring ways of using the Launchpad Pro with no computer. An overview of the Launchpad App and iOS connectivity as well as controlling external gear with the Launchpad Pro.

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Novation 61 SL MkIII First Look TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Novation, MkIII, First Look, Fantastic

Novation 61 SL MkIII First Look

FANTASTiC | 11 Oct 2018 | 1.97 GB

Novation Product Specialist takes gives a first look and overview of their new Novation 61 SL MkIII Keyboard controller. Starting with a demonstration of how the hardware works and what it can do Enrique then demonstrates the Novation 61 SL MkIII unique abilities to control external hardware synths via MIDI and CV/Gate. In the third part of the series he continues by demonstrating the tight integration between the Novation 61 SL MkIII & Ableton Live.

Novation 61 SL MkIII First Look TUTORiAL

DIY Online Music Distribution TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Online Music, Online, Music Distribution, Music, Fantastic, DIY, Distribution

DIY Online Music Distribution TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 09 Oct 2018 | 918 MB

Spotify, Apple Music + More

Did you know that you can get your music on all of the major streaming platforms without signing a record deal? In this Beginners Guide, we show you step-by-step the process of publishing your music to all of the online streaming platforms including Spotify, Amazon, Apple Music, TIDAL, and much more! We also show you how to pitch your music to online music blogs, playlists, and radio stations. This course also takes you through many of the best practices that you need to consider before you release your music to the world.

Topics include:
•CDBaby Account Setup
•Music Distribution
•Submitting to playlisters and blogs
•Creating your Spotify Artist Profile
•How to create album artwork and media
•and much more!

DIY Online Music Distribution TUTORiAL

Popular Music History TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Rock, Popular Music, Popular, POP, Music History, Music, History, Dance, 20th Century

Popular Music History TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 09 Oct 2018 | 3.44 GB

Pop, Rock and Dance in the 20th Century

Tired of not knowing which bands/genres your friends are talking about? Or are you trying to find inspiration for your new musical style? This course will guide you through the history of popular music from the 1950s to the 2000s, from Blues to Nirvana, and everything in between!  With curated Spotify playlists included, never again will you not have something to say when a conversation strikes up about music; you’ll be armed with musical trivia, facts, and knowledge of the key historical events that influenced iconic genres and artists. Spotted the “retro” trend in music recently? Well, maybe you’ll find the “next big thing” hidden in our musical past.

Designed for anyone with an interest in popular music, for each genre you’ll learn:
•The defining characteristics
•Key artists
•Socio-economic influences
•Origins and legacy

Genres & artists covered include:
•Rhythm & Blues
•Country & Western
•Rock ‘n’ Roll
•Surf Rock
•Folk Rock
•The Beatles
•Psychedelic Rock
•Progressive Rock
•Heavy Metal
•Glam Rock
•Punk Rock
•Hip Hop
•Drum & Bass

Boost your curiosity, explore your passion, and develop your cultural knowledge
We can learn so much from every single genre – whether its a moral lesson from Bob Dylan and the Folk Rock movement, or a political lesson from the Sex Pistols and Punk Rock, or even a lesson in fun from the Glam Rockers.

Popular Music History TUTORiAL

The Studio as an Instrument TUTORiAL, audio tutorials news, TUTORiAL, The Studio, Studio, Instrument, Fantastic

The Studio as an Instrument TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 08 Oct 2018 | 265 MB

Classic techniques based on tape editing, effects processing & audio routing.

Some of the most original and creative sounds were born out of mistakes and what could be considered the limitations of musician’s hardware and software. Working with a basic set of techniques and tools requires you to think more about all stages of the process. This course is focused on the concept of the Studio as an Instrument – explore classic techniques based on tape editing, effects processing and audio routing. Techniques like these have created iconic sounds and shaped our modern hardware and software solutions. Studying these classic techniques will give you a better understanding of how modern tools work and more importantly further inspire you to create and innovate your own sound by experimenting with the tools you have at your disposal in your own studio.

In this course we will explore the concept of the Studio as an Instrument. The recording studio as we know it today has been evolving since the mid 20th century. Throughout its development there have been many engineers, producers, composers and artists working in genres from musique concrete, to dub, to pop that have used the mixing console, routing possibilities and processing environment to function as an instrument. Discover classic techniques from the 50s, 60s & 70s based around tape editing, effects processing and audio routing. These came from experiments from the musique concrete studios in France to the Reggae and Dub Studios in Jamaica. Combining their technology to function as a single instrument has had a great influence on modern music production. Although demonstrated with Ableton the techniques so that they can be applied no matter what DAW you use.

Watch, Listen and Learn – our easy to follow video instruction introduce you to classic techniques and technical insights
•6 walkthrough videos each demonstrating different concepts of using the Studio as an instrument

► Varispeed concepts
► Musical Applications of varispeed
► Reverse effects; Pre-verb & Amplitude Modulation
► Tape Loops + Wow & Flutter
► Ring & Frequency Modulation & Comb filtering
► Dub Techniques

Total runtime 1 Hour

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Logic Pro X Compressors TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Logic Pro X, Compressors

Logic Pro X Compressors TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 05 2018 | 236 MB

Joe Albano is the perfect trainer to explain and explore the ins-and-outs of Logic Pro’s family of compressors. In this course, he divulges the inside info about which world-class compressors they’re modelled after and then shows you how to best deploy them! You learn every knob, button and meter that these Logic-only plugins have, and you get a really solid primer on compression, side-chaining and even limiting techniques.

This course covers:
– Vintage Opto
– Studio FET
– Vintage FET
– Classic VCA
– Studio VCA
– Limiter
– Adaptive Limiter

So dive into Logic Pro’s world of compression, with Joe Albano, and soon you’ll be making these built-in plugins your go-to dynamic processors on all of your Logic tracks. Also be sure to check out all of our Logic in-depth courses in our ever-expanding library!

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Sound Forge Pro 12 Explained TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Sound Forge Pro 12, Sound Forge Pro, Sound Forge, Explained

Sound Forge Pro 12 Explained®

SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 05 2018 | 348 MB

In this video tutorial series, DAW pro Gary Hiebner presents a video collection designed for the new Sound Forge Pro 12 user! Learn everything you need to know to get started with Sound Forge Pro 12, all the way through exporting your mastered files and more. Gary begins by welcoming you and then gives an introduction to Sound Forge Pro 12 and what it’s all about, followed by how to download and install it. You’ll then see how to set up your audio interface and import your first audio files into SFP for editing. Next, Gary shows how to record directly into Sound Forge Pro, and then covers its metering, editing audio, using markers and regions, and the processing functions available to you. Moving on you’ll discover numerous topics including how to add effects, use Wavehammer, view and edit volume and pan envelopes, SFP audio restoration tools, the included iZotope RX and Ozone Elements, creating plug-in and mastering chains, and more. Wrapping up your SFP journey, you’ll learn creative sound design tips and tricks such as using Sound Forge as a sound design tool, setting up SFP to work with your DAW and then important management workflows like saving and exporting your files, CD authoring, batch converting and much more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re new to Sound Forge Pro 12 and want to get started fast and then go beyond, look no further… Watch “Sound Forge Pro 12 Explained®” today!

Sound Forge Pro 12 Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Recording and Editing MIDI Studio One 4 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Studio One 4, Recording, MIDI, Editing

Recording & Editing MIDI

SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 04 2018 | 242 MB

Studio One 4 TUTORiAL

PreSonus Studio One 4 is extremely powerful when it comes to MIDI editing and recording. In this course, producer and trainer Joshua Carney covers all the MIDI tools and techniques you need to master to work efficiently with Studio One 4. First, you first learn about MIDI setup, how to choose instruments, save and load presets, and tips to best deal with latency. Next, you learn different MIDI recording techniques, including auto-punch, loop recording, step input, using the pattern editor, and more. Once your MIDI data is recorded, you discover how to quantize it and edit it to perfection in the MIDI editor. Joshua takes you through four of the main instruments included in Studio One 4: the Impact XT drum sampler, the Mai Tai analog poly synth, the Mokito mono synth, and the Presence XT sampler. Then you dive deep into the MIDI Effects where you learn to use the Arpeggiator, Chorder, Repeater and Input Filter. The course ends with some advanced tutorials covering multi-instruments, macros and the Channel Editor.

So learn from the best! Joshua Carney will take your PreSonus Studio One knowledge to the next level…

Recording and Editing MIDI Studio One 4 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Using Melodyne ARA with Logic Pro X Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, using, TUTORiAL, Melodyne ARA, Melodyne, Logic Pro X, Explained, ARA

Using Melodyne ARA with Logic Pro X

SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 03 2018 | 129 MB

Eli Krantzberg delivers a series dedicated to the new Melodyne ARA feature now in Logic Pro X! See and hear how amazing this new functionality is, and what it can do for your tracks and productions. Eli starts off with an introduction covering what ARA is and then jumps right in, explaining how to switch between Track Mode and Clip Mode in Melodyne ARA, how to edit or reference multiple tracks, control playback, and enter Note Assignment Mode. Next you’ll see how Melodyne’s ARA 2 integration works with Logic’s Take Folders and Quick Swipe comping, followed by how edits within Melodyne ARA are applied to looped regions in Logic Pro X in real-time. Next, you’ll discover how to use the “Apply Project Tempo from the File Tempo” menu to make sure Melodyne’s time grid is in sync with Logic’s bar ruler, and then how to work around the incompatibilities between ARA and Logic’s Flex Time when changing song tempo.

Throughout the rest of the series you’ll explore workflows to combine ARA, Flex, and Tempo changes all in one project, how copy & paste works with ARA. the nuances and features that differentiate working in Track Edit Mode versus Clip Edit Mode, and real-world scenarios integrating the use of Melodyne ARA with Logic Pro X.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. With the new ARA integration in LPX, there’s probably no pitch and time problem you won’t be able solve, and you’ll be mesmerized by the whole new world of creative possibilities that are now available… Watch “Using Melodyne ARA with Logic Pro X Explained®” today!

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Music Theory In A Day TUTORiAL P2P, audio tutorials, UTORiAL, Theory, P2P, Music Theory, Music, In A Day T, Day

Music Theory In A Day TUTORiAL

P2P | 24.05.2016 | 6.11 GB

When I first started producing using FL Studio, I winged it. I knew absolutely NOTHING about music but I knew how to get what was in my head into a beat. I knew guys who took band classes and went to special music schools but at the time, I didn’t like learning the traditional style of music. It bored me to tears. So, I thought all music was boring, until I found an easy to follow system which taught me music theory in a day. Today, I want to give you some of the most valuable information you can find if you want to learn music theory. I have crafted quick videos below to show you some cool techniques to get your started. Music theory is more than just chords, it involves progressions, scales and other aspects which will help you make great melodies and songs.

Your beats won’t be a bunch of random notes anymore. This course will solve it all for you within a day. Originally, this course was made to be taken over 30 days, but now we have compressed the information for you to watch in one sitting. This new product gives you the hidden codes behind music theory and how to see it for what it is. We are making it easier to understand than most of the courses out today. We even gave you two free videos to show you the power of using only one technique! This course is organized into 9 sections which will guide you through the process of learning music theory and creating great songs and melodies. It’s easy. No boring staffs or outdated ways of teaching. The universities don’t like that we are educating producers with this course. They hate us for making music theory seem so easy. They want you to think it’s difficult so you will spend $2,500+ on a single course on part of the theory. That’s ludicrous! Don’t waste time or money when you can learn theory in a DAY.

This course was developed for beginners and will even help the advanced players simplify their approach to theory. This course has been in the works for some time now and is finally ready for you. With over 20,000 producers demanding this course, we believe this course will do you much good. You NEED theory to have the advantage over other producers. If you don’t know theory, you will be bound to making mediocre songs. The community at has spoken, and we have delivered what you wanted. A music theory course easy enough for a ten year old to understand. Learn why producers like Ryan Leslie, Timbaland, Kanye West, Alicia Keys and more all stand out apart from their competition. They know theory.

Music Theory In A Day TUTORiAL-P2P


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