Ableton Live Hacks III: Finishing Ideas TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, P2P, Ideas, Hacks, Finishing, Ableton Live

Ableton Live Hacks III: Finishing Ideas

P2P | 27 December 2018 | 283 MB

Welcome to Ableton Live Workflow Hacks! This is the third and final course in this series. In this segment, we explore tricks that will help you out near the end of the production process. The mixing hacks covered will help you apply processing and set levels more efficiently in your mixdowns. We will also touch on some frequently overlooked techniques for file management, such as organizing the browser for easy access to sounds, properly Collecting and Saving projects, and using Live’s File Manager to locate missing files and seamlessly replace samples throughout a project.

Lessons topics include:
– Creating dry & wet chains
– Splitting frequencies for multiband processing
– Adding space with Multiband Dynamics
– Using sidechain compression busses
– Warp Mode effects on audio quality
– Understanding gain staging in Live
– Browser flow
– Avoid Collect All and Save mishaps
– Why you should be using the File Manager

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Ableton Live Hacks II: Developing Ideas TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, P2P, Ideas, Hacks, Developing, Ableton Live

Ableton Live Hacks II: Developing Ideas

P2P | 27 December 2018 | 252 MB

Welcome to Ableton Live Workflow Hacks! This is the second of 3 courses that focus on workflow hacks. In this segment, we will look more in depth at workflow tips designed to help you progress your ideas further. After initial ideas have been put down into a project, this segment will primarily deal with developing and enhancing sounds, working quickly in Live’s Arrangement view, and adding automation. By the end of this course, you will be able to add more polish to your sounds, efficiently add movement and interest to your tracks, and use key commands and loop brace edit commands to navigate the Arrangement much faster.

Lessons topics include:
•Adding analog life to digital synths
•Max for Live LFO – modulate anything
•Auto Pan – sidechain compression and movement
•Distortion alternatives
•Inter-App audio sampling
•Automation Ease – macros and grid snapping
•Key mapping in the Arrangement
•Loop Brace edit commands

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Ableton Live Hacks I: Creating Ideas TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, P2P, Ideas, Hacks, Creating, Ableton Live

Ableton Live Hacks I: Creating Ideas

P2P | 27 December 2018 | 188 MB

Welcome to Ableton Live Workflow Hacks! This is the first of 3 courses that focus on workflow hacks. This first segment is designed to help you increase your speed and efficiency when starting new song ideas. We will cover techniques that you can employ in Live’s Session View, such as how to record, overdub, and live loop new parts without stopping the flow of the music. We will also take a look at some tricks for more efficient writing of MIDI parts, such as utilizing MIDI effects, step recording in MIDI notes, and making the most of Drum Racks to organize sounds and samples quickly.

Lessons topics include:
•Session View hacks
•Live looping
•MIDI overdub & step recording
•Easy tempo and time-signature changes
•MIDI hacks
•Capturing notes from MIDI effects
•The Scale MIDI effect explained
•Seeing Groove Pool presets
•General MIDI for Drum Racks
•Drum Rack – more than just drums

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Music Theory and Chords for Beatmakers and Producers TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Producers, P2P, Music Theory, Chords, Beatmakers

Music Theory & Chords TUTORiAL

P2P | 26 December 2018 | 1.85 GB

for Beatmakers and Producers
This course stresses on the importance of being a beatmaker behind music theory knowledge When you’re a beatmaker, all you want to do is create amazing beats. But in your early years the main thing holding you back is your comprehension of chords, scales, and basic music theory fundamentals. In over my 10 years, I have not only discovered how chords and scales work, but I’ve found a really easy way to explain it, too. Put it this way, on your piano, you have 12 notes available to you, which repeat on each octave, right? Well, just because you have your 12 notes available, doesn’t mean you’re actually allowed to play all of those notes. This is where the key and scale come into play. My promise to you with this course is after watching it, you will gain such a concrete basis for understanding the notes available for you to play, how to count beats, and comprehend the major and minor chords to be creative with.

The course structure is as follows:
• Counting Beats and Being Creative
• How Notes Work in Music, and Why Frequency/Pitch Matters
• Understanding Scales and the Notes Available to Use
• Comprehending Major and Minor Chords within Your Scale (Also Inversions and Advanced Chords)
• Putting Our Chords and Music Theory into Real-World-Practice
• Working with a Bassline and Seeing How Our Music Theory Lines Up
• Making Our Music Sound Better with Available Free Tools

If you don’t know how chords and scales work, this is your biggest hindrance as a producer. Let my years of experience help jump-start your beats and save you years of learning in my course ‘Music Theory and Chords for Beatmakers and Producers’

What you’ll learn:
• Music Theory Fundamentals
• Major, Minor, and Diminished Chords
• How the Notes All Relate to Each Other
• Counting Beats and Staying in Time
• Comprehending Chords within Scales
• Putting Chords into Real-World Practice
• When You’re Allowed to Use Certain Notes
• Making Your Music Sound Better and Humanistic
• Understanding Scales

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Audio for Video Editors Essential Terms TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Video Editors, Video, TUTORiAL, Terms, Essential, Editors, Audio

Audio for Video Editors Essential Terms

Team BiFiSO | 21 December 2018 | 632 MB

Learn the science behind some of the most essential digital audio terms that pop up in the post-production process. Join audio post-production engineer as she dives into an array of key concepts, explaining how each one plays into the creation of high-quality audio. Learn how sample rates are used in digital audio, as well as what perceived loudness, or LKFS, is and how to mix with it in mind. Plus, learn how understanding sound fields can help you select the right audio track type, what the most common audio track layouts are, and more.

Topics include:
•Identifying audio frequencies
•How sample rate is used in digital audio
•Using audio meters for a better mix
•Signal flow and gain stages
•Mixing with perceived loudness (LKFS) in mind
•Common audio deliverables

Audio for Video Editors Essential Terms TUTORiAL

The Complete Audio Guide for Video Editors TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Video Editors, Video, TUTORiAL, The Complete, P2P, Guide, Editors, Complete, Audio Guide, Audio

The Complete Audio Guide for Video Editors

P2P | 21 December 2018 | 2.36 GB

“Sound is 50 percent of the movie going experience.” – George Lucas.

If you are looking to learn more about sound in videos, you came to the right place. This course goes in depth about all facets of audio and sound editing for video creators, using Premiere Pro CC. Not only will we cover the basics of how to actually edit audio, but we’ll explore the psychology behind using music and sound to move your audience. Additionally, we’ll demystify the amazing tools inside Premiere that will have you mixing like a pro in no time.

Organization, shortcuts, and effects.
Set yourself up for success with industry standard organization structures, and be efficient with tried-and-true shortcuts and effects.

Learn how to handle any type of voice over or field recordings without breaking a sweat. Synchronization, leveling, dead space, essential sound panel, it’s all in the course.

Understanding song structure and composition creates an editing blueprint. Discover where to find great music, how to fit music to your edits, edit to the beat, transition between multiple tracks, and even mix instrumentals and vocal tracks together.

Sound Design
Master expert techniques that are easy to accomplish directly in Premiere. You’ll be able to intelligently add sound effects that perfectly complement the music and visuals.

Understand the fancy tools that are built-in to Premiere. No longer will you fear the Equalizer, Compressor, Limiter, Noise Removal, or Loudness Standardization!

Learn how to get professional sounding mixes directly in Premiere using master compression, the audio track mixer, loudness radar, and more! We’ll also go over industry standards for sharing audio projects between editors and sound mixers.

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Reason 10 Explained® TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Reason 10, Reason, Explained

Reason 10 Explained® TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Dec 21 2018 | 628 MB

Reason master Paul Ortiz brings you a collection of video tutorials designed to get you going with Reason 10 from scratch. Learn everything you need to know to understand Reason 10’s layout, basic functions, recording and editing MIDI and Audio, Bussing, Routing, using Instruments, Devices and much, much more! Paul begins by welcoming you and goes over the common settings in Reason’s preferences, making sure your audio, MIDI and other general preferences are set correctly and working. Then you’ll get a detailed overview of what exactly Reason is and what it can do. You’ll then start your R10 journey with detailed videos on topics like Creating Instruments & Browsing Patches, Device Handling in the Rack, recording MIDI and Audio, Working with MIDI and Audio in the Arranger, Sequencer Tools, and using Automation to add more creativeness to your workflow and productions.

Paul then goes deep into the Players, ReGroove Mixer, the different audio editing modes, creating Insert FX, Send FX, using the SSL Channel Strip, setting up different types of compression, using the Multi Outs & Busses, some of the different devices, Instruments and effects like Synchronous, utilizing the powerful Combinator device, Sampling & Editing, Importing & Tempo Matching, using VST plug-ins in Reason 10 and so much more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info. If you’re new to Propellerheads Reason 10, or just want more info on this amazing and powerful DAW, watch “Reason 10 Explained®” today!

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Audio Mixing Master Class TUTORiAL UPDATED 18.12.2018, audio tutorials, Updated, TUTORiAL, Mixing, Master Class, Master, Class, BiFiSO, Audio Mixing, Audio

Audio Mixing Master Class TUTORiAL

TEAM BiFiSO | 21.12.2018 | 2.41 GB

This is updated Full Tutorial (Update 18.12.2018)

Get a master class in audio mixing from one of the music industry’s most admired teachers. Built around hands-on mixing exercises designed to show you how to listen and work like a music pro, this weekly series reveals the tips, tricks, and secrets to all the different facets of mixing, including instrument and vocal balance, panning, compression, EQ, reverb, delay, and making your mix as interesting as possible. See how the pros handle the critical balance between the bass and drums. Learn where, when, why, and how EQ should be used on virtually any instrument. Become proficient in tailoring just the right effect for each particular mixing situation. And master the key to fat and punchy sounding mixes: compression. Tune in every Thursday for a new tip!

Topics include:
•The Abbey Road Studios reverb trick
•Secrets to a powerful and punchy mix
•Using compression like NYC pros
•Listening tips and tricks used by the world’s best mixers
•How Van Halen gets their guitar sound
•Making vocals shine
•Adding excitement to boring pad tracks
•Setting up your mix to get the best results in the least amount of time

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Intro To Music Publishing TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Publishing, Music Publishing, Music, Intro to, Intro

Intro To Music Publishing TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Dec 20 2018 | 3.85 GB

Welcome to Intro To Music Publishing: A Creative and Business Perspective For Musicians. This 2 part entry level video series is based on Bobby Borg’s popular book Business Basics For Musicians, and is for beginners who want to understand the fundamentals of music publishing, as well as for more advanced musicians who need a solid business refresher. Both parts are presented in a conversational and easy-to-follow style, and in part one, Bobby Borg (a seasoned musician, consultant, author, and educator) with Michael Eames (the owner of a successful publishing firm), break down topics into two main categories: 1) Copyright Basics and 2) Income Streams. Sub categories include everything from understanding how to divide percentage shares in a song, registering your copyrights, and fighting infringement claims, to understanding mechanical, performance, synch, print, electronic transmissions, and foreign sub publishing incomes.

In part two of the video series, the guys break down the topics covered into three main categories: 1) Publishing Deals, 2) Your Songs, and 3) Creativity, Innovation, and Promotion. Sub categories include everything from understanding what publishers do and starting your own publishing company, to understanding elements of a great song and how to pitch and promote them to professionals, to expanding your revenue streams and harnessing your creative powers.

The unique position of this course is that it is presented with the intention of “breaking down the basics so that it sticks.” To do this, the most important fundamentals are emphasized focusing on your rights in your music and lyrics, United States Copyright law, and the 1976 Copyright Right Act and all of its amendments and revisions to the most current laws.

Make no mistake: Intro To Music Publishing: A Creative and Business Perspective For Musicians is not intended to be the last word in music publishing. Rather, while providing you with a strong foundation upon which almost anyone can solve their music publishing problems, it encourages you, and offers the resources to dig deeper and learn more on your own.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info, and watch “Intro To Music Publishing: A Creative and Business Perspective For Musicians” today!

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Sidechain TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sidechain, P2P

Sidechain TUTORiAL

P2P | 20 December 2018 | 91 MB

This course is designed to highlight and explain how to use the devices in Ableton Live that have a sidechain input. Utilizing the sidechain input of these devices allows the user to modulate them by using the audio from another track, which can be useful in many practical and creative applications. This allows you to control how the track pumps and breathes, as heard in lots of music today. Each lesson will highlight a new device and show creative examples of how to take advantage of this feature.

Lesson 1 – Sidechain Intro
In the following tutorials we will take a look at handful of devices in Ableton Live that have a sidechain input. The sidechain input gives us the ability to modulate these devices using audio from a different track in our project. Let’s identify these devices and discuss how they are typically used before we take advantage of the sidechain input.

Lesson 2 – Autofilter Sidechain Input
The autofilter device is typically used to remove certain frequencies using one of the available filter curves. By adjusting the filter frequency knob we can set the cutoff point where frequencies above or below that point will be attenuated. If we use autofilter’s sidechain input, we can modulate the filter frequency cutoff by using an audio source from another track, which can give us some useful rhythmic movement.

Lesson 3 – Sidechain Compression
Sidechain compression has been a very popular technique in electronic music for many many years, and it can serve several helpful purposes. Typically, a compressor would be used to reduce the dynamic range of our audio by reducing the gain of audio that goes above a certain threshold. However if we use the sidechain input, we can reduce the gain of our audio every time the audio from a different track goes above a certain threshold. This technique is often used to have a bass or synth duck in volume when the kick drum plays.

Lesson 4 – Sidechain Expansion
The compressor in Ableton Live also has an expand mode. The expand mode makes it increase the dynamic range of the audio by increasing the gain of the audio that goes above the threshold. By using the sidechain input in this scenario, we can have the audio react to a source from another track and get louder only when the incoming audio goes above the threshold. One interesting application of this technique is using a hi-hat for the sidechain input to get small rhythmic volume jumps.

Lesson 5 – Sidechain Gating
The gate effect is a relatively simple but very useful tool. It drastically reduces (or completely removes) the gain of audio that falls below the set threshold. Typically this would be used to remove noise in the gaps of the audio, for example in the spaces between words in a vocal recording. But we can also utilize the sidechain input and get some rhythmic gating by having it react to audio from a different source.

Lesson 6 – Sidechain Multiband Dynamics
The multiband dynamics device is a very flexible tool. It can do upward or downward compression or expansion on three different frequency bands. Normally this would be used on a group of sounds or on the master to control the overall dynamic range in a more nuanced way. When we use it with the sidechain input, we can make the three frequency bands react in completely different ways for some incredibly creative results.

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