Drum Programming Masterclass Part 1 TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Rhythms, Programming, Patterns, Part, MasterClass, Fantastic, Drum Programming, Drum

Drum Programming Masterclass Part 1

FANTASTiC | 06 August 2018 | 1.27 GB

Rhythms and Patterns

For years I’ve been teaching Music Technology 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. In this class, we are going to be making beats. Drum beats, in particular. You don’t need to know music theory, harmony, reading music, or any particular audio application. I’ll be using Ableton Live and some Logic in this course, but it will be easy to following along on whatever program you are most comfortable with. We will start the class off with basic rhythm theory, and learning where (typically) we put the kick, the snare, and the hi-hats. Then we will learn to adapt that pattern to work for a number of different styles.  This is a comprehensive class – that means there are three (3!) different classes that together make the complete sequence. This is Part 1. (The best place to start!)

Also in the class we will be doing a number of analysis projects. That just means we will load up some tracks, and re-construct the beat in the track. Doing this will help us to see how those beats are built, and guide us in making our own beats.

Topics include:
•Tools of the trade
•Working on the Audio Grid and MIDI Grid
•The Bar
•The Pulse
•The 8th and the 16th
•”Counting” Bars
•Reading Drum Patterns
•Percussion Elements
Where to find good, free, samples (My favorite sites!)
•Forming the Groove
•The “Basic Pattern”
•Off Beats and Down Beats
•… And much more!!!

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Removing Background Noise from Audio TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Removing, Noise, Fantastic, Background Noise, BACKGROUND, Audio

Removing Background Noise from Audio

FANTASTiC | 06 August 2018 | 775 MB

Not all of us can afford a soundproof professional studio whenever we want to record something – we record in our homes. Whether it’s voice over, podcasts, instruments, or whatever else you may record, there will be background noise.

Common sources of background noise:
•Air Conditioner
•Computer Fans

These can be treated if you have the know-how. To follow along with this course, you need no prior experience and all the software used is free or offers extended free trials for you to experiment.

•Adobe Audition
•RX Elements 6
•more coming soon!

Project Description:
Included with the class are 6 audio tracks that have background noise. I highly encourage you to download them and try to your best to remove the background noise using the techniques provided. If you hit any walls, send me a message!

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10 Useful Sounds with Circuit Mono Station TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Useful, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Station, Sounds, Mono, Circuit

10 Useful Sounds with Circuit Mono Station

SYNTHiC4TE | August 05 2018 | 653 MB

In this video tutorial series designed for the new or beginner synth sound designer, synth pro Josh Bess shows you how to make 10 useful synth sounds using the Novation Circuit Mono Station. You can use the info on any real or virtual synthesizer, and you get both quick and dirty tutorials for those who want just the steps to take to make the sounds, as well as versions that are more detailed and include tips and tricks! Josh begins by welcoming you and goes over what the video series covers, and then hits the ground running with the first synth sound, the Saw Pluck. You’ll then see how to make a Acid Bass, Detuned Saw Pluck, Dark Bass Pluck, Smooth Sub Bass, Video Game Blip, Wobble Bass, Deep Drone Bass, Detuned Pitch Drop, and Smooth Saw Lead, all from scratch.

The first half of the series gives you the fast steps to take to make all of these sounds, so you can easily follow along, followed by videos that make the same sounds again, but this time contain more information as to why and how Josh is making them, and includes some tips and tricks as well.

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Superior Drummer 3 Recreating the Legends of Drums TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Superior Drummer 3, Superior Drummer, Superior, SD3, Recreating, Legends, Drums, Drummer

SD3 Recreating the Legends of Drums

SYNTHiC4TE | August 03 2018 | 690 MB

In this video tutorial series, SD3 guru shows you how to recreate some of the most iconic drum sounds in recorded drumming history! See how to make the sounds of some of the biggest names in drumming, all using the stock sound library in Superior Drummer 3! Luke welcomes you and then explains his thought process in creating this series and provides you with some insight into how he started each mix, and what you can expect to find throughout this tutorial series. He then starts with the legendary Jeff Porcaro, breaking down his sound and how to mimic it with SD3. Throughout the rest of the series you’ll explore the sound of other drum giants such as John Bonham, Steve Gadd, Joe Morello, Neal Peart, Chad Smith, Stewart Copeland, and Phil Collins, all with complete breakdowns of what makes their sound their own, and how to bring them to life with Superior Drummer.

Throughout these videos Luke employs everything that SD3 has to offer, to achieve the different tones and characters of these great drummers, including picking the right drums, setting up both close and far mics, room ambiance, drum bus compression, effects, EQ, reverb, delay, macros, automation and much, much more.

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The Official Guide To Mixing TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, The Official, Official, Mixing, Guide to, Guide, Fantastic

The Official Guide To Mixing TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 28 July 2018 | 2.33 GB

Mixing is one of the most important stages of music production. It’s the point where all elements of the music come together, and are modified and enhanced to achieve the best possible sonic result. On this video we show you all the steps, techniques and principles for accomplish a powerful, balanced, punchy and dynamic sound.  You will also see all the secrets you need to know, in order to make your mixes sound professional and ready to compete with the high standards of commercial releases. Filmed at the Doctor Mix studios in London, our professional engineers walk you through every step of their process using high quality analogue gear and plugins.

In this class you’ll learn:
– How to prepare, organize and get your material ready for mixing
– A/B comparison to commercial releases or demo mix
– Gain Staging
– Filtering The Low End
– Bus Routing
– Kick Drum
– Parallel Compression
– Increasing The Kick Impact
– Sine Wave Trick
– Transient Enhancement
– Enhancing The Snare
– How To Balance The Drums
– Bus Compression
– How To Mix The Bass
– Bass Sidechain
– Basic Vocal EQ & Compression
– Vocal Correction With Dynamic EQ
– Adding Reverb And Delay On Vocals
Mixing The Acoustic Guitar
– Mixing Pads and Strings
– Mixing the Horns
– Mastering Techniques

You will also learn how to strategically setup your mix so that you get the maximum loudness before you even get to the mastering stage.

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Essential Gear Needed to Make Beats TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Needed, Make Beats, Make, Gear, Fantastic, Essential, Beats

Essential Gear Needed to Make Beats

FANTASTiC | 29 July 2018 | 2.41 GB

Learn the Essential Gear Needed to Make Beats. I hope you found this course before you started to buy any music production gear. Over my years of producing music, I’ve made some poor and good purchasing choices. In this course I want to relay my knowledge onto you in regards to buying high quality gear, saving money, and choosing the products that suit you and your workflow. As a bonus, I also included extra videos where I share gear and tools that are nice to have to either improve your workflow or make your sessions more comfortable.

We discuss all the essential gear for the home studio including:
•MIDI Keyboard
•Audio Interface
•Audio Cables

Thinks you’ll learn:
•Understand Audio Gear so you can Save Money and Get the Right Gear that Suits you
•Save Money by Being Aware and Avoiding Industry Marketing Tactics
•How to Set Up a Home Studio with the Gear That Suits You and Your Workflow
•What to Look For in a MIDI Keyboard, Audio Interface, Speakers, and Microphones
•Bonus Studio Tools which Make for a Comfortable and Efficient Work Environment

Project Description:
Try to figure out the exact gear you’ll need to keep your set up minimal, save you money, but not hold you back in terms of your creativeness. Over your years, you will start to find your workflow, and buying gear becomes even easier. But for the time being, as hard as it is, try to plan a little bit into the future and think to yourself if you’d need to pay more for certain equipment which will provide convenience later on. (More inputs/outputs on your audio interface, or better feeling keys on your MIDI Keyboard for example.)

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Mixing and Mastering Everything Bundle TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Mixing, Mastering, Everything Bundle, Everything, Bundle

Mixing & Mastering Everything Bundle

SYNTHiC4TE | July 29 2018 | 2.08 GB

This week we welcome back South African producer for a masterclass in mixing solely using the awesome ‘Everything Bundle’. With an accessible monthly plan, this huge variety of high-quality plugins gives you the professional tools to make your tracks shine. Meticulously emulated on gear that has proved its worth since the dawn of the recording studio, Nate guides us through the different modules available to help fine-tune your mix from the various compressors in the Dynamics section, the EQ’s, reverb and delay, and also the saturators and pre-amps that fall into the Harmonics section.

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Recording and Editing MiDi Logic Pro X TUTORiAL REPACK, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, REPACK, Recording, MIDI, Logic Pro X, Fantastic, Editing

Recording & Editing MiDi Logic Pro X

FANTASTiC | 28 July 2018 | 284 MB

MIDI is the heart and soul of Apple’s Logic Pro X. Learn to master Logic’s extensive MIDI features in this course by recording engineer, musicians and MIDI expert! It’s no secret that Apple’s flagship DAW is one of the most powerful software available for recording and editing MIDI. This course, by certified trainer Joshua Carney, will give you a solid MIDI foundation in Logic Pro X. Whether you are a beginner or a confirmed Logic user, this course is a must watch! Joshua starts with a brief MIDI lesson history where you learn what MIDI is and how it’s used inside Logic. Next, Joshua’s quick start guide will get you recording MIDI in no time and will give you a deep understanding of Logic’s MIDI flow.

With that knowledge under your belt, you discover different recording techniques, such as cycle recording, comping, autopunch, and you learn everything about editing MIDI in the Piano Roll editor. From there, Joshua takes a close look at Logic’s quantization features, including advanced parameters (q-velocity, q-length, q-range…) Smart Quantize, and Scale Quantize. Joshua wraps up the course with a section on advanced MIDI topics where you’ll have the chance to explore Logic’s lesser-known MIDI editors (the Event List and the Step Editor), and the very complex MIDI Transform Window.

So join Logic guru in this course and get a deep understanding of Logic’s MIDI recording and editing features.

                              REPACK Notes: In are first release we missed video #26-29

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Recording and Editing MiDi Logic Pro X TUTORiAL REPACK

Cubase Working Outside of the Box TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, WORKING, TUTORiAL, Outside, Fantastic, Cubase, Box

Cubase Working Outside of the Box

FANTASTiC | 28 July 2018 | 231 MB

Studio master brings you the video tutorials you’ve always wanted when needing to hook up external synths to your Cubase DAW system! Get all the basic questions answered as well as info on more advanced topics and solutions. Designed for the beginner to working with external synths in Cubase, Paul starts at the beginning showing you how to save your own input configuration to make the most of your available inputs, and set yourself up for the first device. Then it’s onto making your first connections and recording a single synth, layering parts as you go to create your full production, using only a single external synth. You’ll also get tips on ways to monitor your external synth, and how to get the most out of just one device. Still using only one synth, Paul now reveals how to capture and print MIDI data to audio, and talks about organizational approaches to handling multiple pairs of MIDI and audio tracks, as well as how to go back and make edits to your overdubs. For the rest of the video tutorials you’ll explore more advanced topics such as configuring your external synths to function like VST Instrument Tracks, using MIDI Clock, MIDI CC and Program Changes, MIDI Thru, Expanding Ports and more!

Wrapping it all up, Paul explains how to bridge the gap between hardware and software style sequencing using Cubase’s pattern sequencer, as well as real-time solutions for rendering and exporting your tracks to WAV files.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info. If you’re new to Cubase and its external routing capabilities, or just want some more info on the topic of hooking up and routing external synths in Cubase, this series is a must see.. watch “Cubase – Working Outside of the Box” today!

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Electronic Music Producers Guide: Samplers TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Samplers, Producers, Music Producers, Music, Guide, Fantastic, Electronic

Electronic Music Producers Guide: Samplers

FANTASTiC | 28 July 2018 | 109 MB

More video tutorials to the Electronic Music Producer’s Guide series, now focusing on Samplers! Perfect for the new sampler user, this series is designed to get you familiar with what a sampler is, and their common applications and pitfalls when using them. Multiplier welcomes you and hits the ground running by covering what a sampler is and how they work, as well as how they are used to create instruments from samples. Next, you’ll learn about ADSR and Envelopes, which are very important to creating instruments with samplers and sculpting their sounds. Then it’s onto more ways to control and tailor your sample’s sound, by using Pitch Envelopes, Loop Crossfades, Filter Modulation, Velocity and more. Multiplier now goes into advanced topics such as using LFO Modulation, FM Envelopes, and Time Stretching and Pitch Shifting, all design to take you sampler instrument further down the rabbit hole. You’ll then see creative tutorials like creating pitch bend melodies and riffs, and using multisampling for a bigger palette of sonic options. Multiplier then wraps it up with videos on Interpolation and High Quality Modes, and when to use them, and how to fix clicks and MIDI Gaps when programming your sampler instrument.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you produce electronic music, samplers are a huge component to the production of this genre. Get a solid foundation in sampling as well as some advanced knowledge on the topic from these in-depth video tutorials… Watch “Electronic Music Producer’s Guide: Samplers” today.

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