Audition Third Party Plugins TUTORiAL ZH, audio tutorials, ZH, TUTORiAL, Third Party, Plugins, Audition

Audition Third-Party Plugins TUTORiAL

Team ZH | 30 Jun 2018 | 396.5 MB

While Adobe Audition is an incredibly powerful and versatile application, you can strengthen and extend its built-in capabilities with third-party plugins. In this course, Paul Murphy shares some of his favorite plugins, when to use them, and most importantly, how they can significantly enhance and accelerate your audio post-production work. Explore how to repair audio with iZotope RX and leverage a selection of key plugins—including Trash 2, which you can use to add distortion to sounds—for creative sound design. Plus, learn how to work with some of the tools and features in Neutron, the mixing plugin from iZotope.

Topics include:

  • Installing and managing plugins
  • Repairing low-quality audio with iZotope RX
  • Removing clicks and background noise
  • Using plugins for creative sound design
  • Mixing dialogue and music
  • Outputting your mix with true peak limiting


Audition Third-Party Plugins TUTORiAL-ZH

Piano Hack: Learn 4 Tunes and Sound Like a Pro TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tunes, Sound, Pro, Piano, Like a Pro, Like, Learn, Hack, Fantastic

Learn 4 Tunes & Sound Like a Pro

FANTASTiC | 30 June 2018 | 311 MB

Learn to play 4 easy boogie, jazz, classical and syncopation pieces. How would you like to spend half an hour on yourself? Give yourself a break from life and relax in front of the piano… This course kick starts by teaching you to play a syncopation song in a few minutes. We will then learn to boogie and play a jazz riff, and of course a famous classical piece from Beethoven that you can show off to your friends and family. This course is designed for you if you want to start playing immediately, and leave the theory for later. I hope that you enjoy this concise course, and that you’re encouraged to play daily and take a break from the rat race.

Piano Hack: Learn 4 Tunes and Sound Like a Pro TUTORiAL

Electronic Music Producers Guide: Reverb and Delay TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Reverb, Producers, Guide, Electronic Music, Delay

Reverb & Delay TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 29 June 2018 | 158 MB

Another video tutorial collection to the Electronic Music Producer’s Guide series, this time focused on Reverb and Delay. Learn the important basics as well as cool tips and tricks for using Reverb and Delay in your Electronic Music productions. Adam welcomes you starts with what Reverb is and why you want to use it. Then it’s on to topics such as High Pass Filtering Reverb, the Reverb Size Modulation trick, creating a Frequency Shifting Reverb Riser, and creating Gated Reverb using sidechaining. You’ll then go deeper with video tutorials on how to create a wide reverb stereo image and using and abusing Convolution Reverb, followed by tutorials on creating Impact Reverb, Pitching Down Reverbs, Creating Atmospheric Beds, and much more. Multiplier then turns the page and looks at all things Delay. First learn what Delay is and the different ways to use it in Electronic Music productions. Then see and hear how to match predealy to your project tempo, creative ways to use Tap Delay, creating Custom Delays, the Has Effect Delay, setting up a delay manually to fit your song, and eye-opening production tricks for using delays.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you produce electronic music, Reverb and Delay are essential to producing this genre, and knowing how to use them is a must… Watch “Electronic Music Producer’s Guide: Reverb & Delay” today.

Electronic Music Producers Guide: Reverb and Delay TUTORiAL

TRK 01 Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, TRK 01, Fantastic, Explained

TRK-01 Explained® TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 29 June 2018 | 224 MB

Electronic Music pro Larry Holcombe presents an in-depth guide to Native Instrument’s TRK-01, the all-in-one Kick Drum and Bass Synth virtual instrument! Learn all of its features and functions as well as how to use them creatively. Larry starts off a detailed overview of TRK-01, showing you your way around the user interface including how to use, create and save presets. You’ll then get in-depth explanations of all the top header functions and how to use them, including how to lock the kick and bass engines to a global tuning and timing setting. Next, it’s on to the Kick engine where you’ll learn everything from layering kicks, adding drive for impact, using filtering for better blending, importing and editing your own samples, utilizing the Pitch Envelope and LFO, and much more.

Then you’ll dive into the powerful Bass Engine module, where you’ll learn all about its interface, preset management, oscillators, Ring, Freq, Sine and Sample & Hold modes, filters, effects and many other topics.

Larry continues and shows you cool ways to use the built-in TRK-01 sequencer and make patterns for both the kick and bass instruments, as well as how to input notes using the sequencer. For the bass patterns you’ll also see how to transpose individual steps, add glide and hold for more rhythmic and melodic options, and animate sequences using Step Lock, including how to fine-tune your adjustments using the parameter focus function.

Wrapping it all up, Larry reveals the master delay and reverb effects and then the Bass enhancement and booster modules which can be used to get as much fatness as possible out of your low end frequencies. Completing the series, you’ll see how to route your kick and bass to their own outputs in your DAW for even more fine tuning and processing.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you’re new to Native Instrument’s TRK-01 or are thinking you might want it, this series leaves no stone unturned… Watch “TRK-01 Explained®” today!

TRK-01 Explained® TUTORiAL

Deep House Sound Design and Mix TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sound Design, Sound, Mix, House, Design, Deep House, Deep

Deep House Sound Design & Mix

FANTASTiC | 28 June 2018 | 275 MB

This class is an in depth look on the popular deep house, future house synth. First we create a three layer Bass from scratch using NI Massive, then continue onto the processing within the DAW. Hopefully this class teaches you a ton about how synth layering works in a practical way and gets you that fat sound you hear in most EDM tunes. Create your own deep house bass following my guides. Once you have the bass made I want you to tweak things and add layers to your sound to really make it your own. Remember that even though our main sound is three layers that doesn’t mean you can’t add some textures on top of it! I will post the patches as a starting point if you want to use them.

Deep House Sound Design and Mix TUTORiAL

Drum Layering With Ableton Live TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Layering, Fantastic, Drum Layering, Drum, Ableton Live

Drum Layering With Ableton Live

FANTASTiC | 28 June 2018 | 255 MB

In this class we will be using Ableton Live’s drum rack to layer different sounds on top of each other to create powerful and personalized drum kits. We will be looking at kick drum, snare and clap layering as well as some grooves to put our work in action. Create your own layered drum kit and post a groove or song you created using your drums. If you are able to resample your drums feel free to post the samples for your classmates to use.

Drum Layering With Ableton Live TUTORiAL

Creating Your Own Audio Tools in MAX For LiVE TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Your Own, Your, TUTORiAL, Tools, Own, Max for Live, Fantastic, Creating, Audio Tools, Audio

Creating Your Own Audio Tools

FANTASTiC | 28 June 2018 | 2.63 GB

For years I’ve been teaching Ableton Live and Max 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. MaxForLive is a powerful tool that lets users design their own instruments, effects, and devices. It isn’t without its drawbacks: MaxForLive is notoriously difficult to learn. I’ve developed an approach for teaching MaxForLive that focuses on teaching it like a language: You will learn small blocks and patches, understanding the how and the why along the way. As we grow our vocabulary, we “learn how to learn” more and more.

Topics include:
•The unique and quirky history and development of Max
•What we can do with MaxForLive
•Max vs. MaxForLive
•The MaxForLive Devices
•Finding and Sharing MaxForLive Devices
•Getting Help: Help Windows in MaxForLive
•Presentation Mode & Patching Modes
•The Max Editor
•Bangs & Buttons
•Project 1: Building a MIDI Delay
•Project 2: Building an Arpeggiator
•Working with Audio Signals
•Project 3: An Audio Delay
•Objects (tilde objects)
•Presentation Setup
•Controlling Live
•Controlling anything in Live
•Project 4: A Beat-Quantized Randomized Filter
•Finding the Beat from Live
•Project 5: Artificial Intelligence (sort of)
•… And much more!!!

Max Patches
– Included here are 8 max patches for the 6 different projects we walk through in this class.
– In this class we will walk through 6 projects that I want you to do with me. Please follow along with the lessons and do them as I do. If you get stuck, use the attached patches, which are the ones I make in the videos.

Do them on your own, but use these patches for reference. Have fun!

Creating Your Own Audio Tools in MAX For LiVE TUTORiAL

Arp Sound Design and Creating Atmosphere TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sound Design, Sound, EDM, Design, Creating, Atmosphere, ARP

Arp Sound Design & Creating Atmosphere

FANTASTiC | 28 June 2018 | 304 MB

This class has a few sections to it because I want to provide in depth knowledge for each topic. I start with creating an arpeggiated synth using NI Massive and ableton’s arpeggiator effect. Next is a atmospheric chord pad also using NI Massive. The next section is mixing these instruments together in an EDM style using the DAW’s audio effects. Finally I explain how layering sounds creates the size heard in EDM music. Create an arpeggiated synth with a unique rhythmic pattern. Try using different oscillators and modulation rates to get your own style. If you want to take it to the next level, mix your synth into a short loop and use noise layers and background synths to create a large atmospherics sound.

Arp Sound Design and Creating Atmosphere TUTORiAL

How To Make Liquid Drum n Bass TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Make, Liquid DnB, Liquid, How to Make, How To, How, Drum n Bass, DNB

How To Make Liquid DnB

SYNTHiC4TE | June 28 2018 | 2.62 GB

How To Make Liquid Drum n Bass.Hailing from Haarlem on the outskirts of Amsterdam and signed to Liquicity Records, Dualistic can be defined by his uplifting melodies and touching harmonies, and with a background as an improvising pianist, he certainly knows his way around the keys! In this 3 hour, 14 part course Dualistic takes us step by step through the process of creating this atmospheric, melodic, groove-laden track that’s a sure-fire hit with any fans of this genre. Starting with his methods of getting creative quickly, we check out ways of creating our own unique kick before building the characteristic percussive groove and bass lines. Next, we look at the importance of chord structure and progressions and then carry on with filling the track with harmonic melodies, transitions and ambient FX, before arranging and finally mastering the track.

With an approachable and easy to follow tutorial achieving an awesome end result, we reckon Dualistic’s first course will have you wanting more.

How To Make Liquid Drum n Bass TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Music Theory: Comprehensive Part 11 Melody and Motives TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Theory, Music Theory, Music, Motives, Melody, Fantastic, Comprehensive

Melody & Motives TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 27 June 2018 | 1.11 GB

For years I’ve been teaching Music Theory in the college classroom. These classes I’m making for Udemy use the same syllabus I’ve used in my college classes for years, at a fraction of the cost. I believe anyone can learn Music Theory – and cost shouldn’t be a barrier. Recently I was named as a semi-finalist for the Grammy Foundation’s Music Educator of the Year award because of my in-person university classes. Now I’m taking those classes to Udemy in an online format in order to reach more students, and give them the joy of Music Theory. My approach to music theory is to minimize the memorization. Most of these concepts you can learn by just understanding why chords behave in certain ways. Once you understand those concepts, you can find any scale, key, or chord that exists. Even invent your own.

This class is a Comprehensive class – it will have many parts, going through my entire annual curriculum.

This class is Part 11: Melody, Motives, and Phrases. It continues what would be the second semester of a college music theory class (according to the typical American academic system for learning music theory).

Throughout this class, If you get stuck, you can review the videos or post a question, and I’ll back to it as fast as possible.

In this class, we will cover:
•Tools of Music Theory
•Why phrases are important
•Identifying Phrases
•Finding Motives
•Labeling Motives and Phrases
•Melody Augmentation
•Melody Diminution
•Melody Inversion
•Melody Extension and Truncation
•Countour, Rhythm, Transposition, and Interval Alterations
•Harmonizing altered melodies
•Musical Sentences
•Musical Periods
•Performing Phrases
•Phrase Rhythm
…and much, much more!

Music Theory: Comprehensive Part 11 Melody and Motives TUTORiAL


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