How to Make Tech House TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tech House, Tech, SYNTHiC4TE, Make, HTM, How to Make, How To, How, House

How to Make Tech House TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | March 30 2013 | 932 MB

Alex Tepper, You may scratch your head upon hearing his name, but be damn sure you’ve heard some of the hundreds of releases that have been touched by his hands in almost 20 years in the business. Working behind enemy lines under a variety of pseudonyms or as collaborator to some of the biggest names in house music, his releases have had everyone from Pete Tong to Kevin Saunderson heaping plaudits on them. Since those crazy, heady days as part of the “Futureshock” juggernaut, Alex has been providing the know-how for a variety of premier league DJs, collaborating regularly with Steve Lawler, Nic Fanciulli and a host of others, who’ve come to him for a sprinkling of Tepper magic with releases on Get Physical, Cocoon, R&S, Ovum and many others.

PLATFORM: Ableton Live
DURATION: 02h 15m
LEVEL: Intermediate
How to Make Tech House TUTORiAL

How To Make French House TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Make, How to Make, How To, How, House, French House, French

How To Make French House TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Dec 30 2016 | 2.15 GB

This week we proudly welcome back Canadian house virtuoso Soundprank for another in-depth course in How To Make French House. From the processing of the drums to creating your own Daft Punk style samples, this course has it all – and after watching, you’ll be creating your very own French House groove! hroughout this tutorial we get a highly detailed insight into the production techniques required to get the most out of each section. Using various plugins including Fab Filter’s Pro Q and Saturn, along with Valhalla’s Uber Mod, Soundprank meticulously reverse engineer’s the entire tune. The final result has that instantly recognisable Daft Punk, funky, disco feel, with a super realistic sounding bassline and an abstract synth breakdown before bringing back the groove. Magnifique!

How To Make French House TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Ableton Live 10 Part 5 Audio and MiDi Effects, audio tutorials, MiDi Effects, MIDI, ilfsn, Effects, Audio Effects, Audio, Ableton Live 10, Ableton Live

Ableton Live 10 Part 5

ilfsn | 23.06.2018 | 1.68 GB

Audio & MiDi Effects

3 Hours + Project Files

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.

This is Part 5: MIDI & Audio Effects
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.

This is a really deep class – tons of content, tricks, and tips. I’ll go through all of the Ableton Live Instruments in this class, with considerable detail on each one. We will also talk about synthesis tricks and tips, getting most out of your samplers, and tons of production tips. Topics include:

  • MIDI Effects
  • Arpeggiator
  • Chord MIDI Effect
  • MIDI Effect Racks
  • Note Length MIDI Effect
  • Pitch MIDI Effect
  • Random MIDI Effect
  • Scale MIDI Effect
  • Velocity MIDI Effect
  • Audio Effects
  • The three types of Audio Effects
  • ALL Ableton Audio Effects (and how to use them!)
  • Simple Delay
  • Ping Pong Delay
  • Filter Delay
  • Grain Delay
  • Chorus
  • Flanger
  • Reverb
  • Beat Repeat
  • Looper
  • EQ Three
  • EQ Eight
  • Auto Filter
  • Amp
  • Cabinet
  • Corpus
  • Dynamic Tube
  • Erosion
  • Frequency Shifter
  • Overdrive
  • Phaser
  • Redux
  • Resonator
  • Saturator
  • Vocoder
  • Compressor
  • Glue Compressor
  • Limiter
  • Multiband Dynamics
  • Gate
  • Auto Pan
  • External Audio Effect
  • Vinyl Distortion
  • Spectrum
  • Tuner
  • Utility


Ableton Live 10 Part 5 Audio and MiDi Effects

Build Your Own Website For Selling Beats Online TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Website, TUTORiAL, Selling Beats, Selling, Own Website, Own, Online, ilfsn, Build, Beats

Build Your Own Website For Selling Beats Online

ilfsn | 23.06.2018 | 2 Hours | 1.9 GB

Are a music producer or beat maker looking to sell your beats online? Would you like to save money and learn how to build your own professional beat site? Are you having trouble creating a “fully custom” website using an online web builder called wix? Well you are in luck!!! Join our large community of students learning how to create their own beat site from scratch using wix TODAY!

This step by step course will teach you how to create a professional website that will:
– Help you sell your beats online
– Gain the respect of your peers
– Improve your brand
– Attract serious music artists, A&Rs, and execs
– And much more!!!!
– You will be using an online web builder called wix to create your new beat site, and can look over my shoulder as I add each piece of the site from start to finish.

We cover how to:
– Set up a wix account and navigate the online web builder
– The 5 top elements of a beat site
– How to get a logo for cheap
– Add different sections, text, video, and pictures to your site
– Add an email opt in form to collect emails
– Add a FREE beat link to your email
– Add your beat player to get sales
– Create your own custom licensing info boxes
– Select a premium wix plan
– Secure and connect a domain name to your site
– Just to name a few skills you will gain…

Build Your Own Website For Selling Beats Online TUTORiAL

Audio Tricks for Mixing (All 4 Parts) TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tricks, Mixing, Fantastic, Audio Tricks, Audio

Audio Tricks for Mixing TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 22 June 2018 | 3.42 GB

This 4 part course is a collection of those cool little tricks that producers and engineers use in the studio to sweeten the sound, and add excitement to a song. Some of these tricks are commonly used on a daily basis, and some are secret weapons only used when in specific situations.  Each video in the course explains one simple trick. It is common practice to use a combination of tricks when producing a song. So once you have the knowledge, it becomes a process of trial and error to learn when each trick is appropriate.

Part 1 of 4:
– 01 Introduction
– 02 Basic Routing in a DAW
– 03 Basic Automation
– 04 Basic Editing

Part 2 of 4:
– 01 Filters
– 02 Telephone Filter
– 03 Filter Sweeps
– 04 Parallel Compression
– 05 Parallel Distortion
– 06 Tremolo and Gates
– 07 Artificial Crowd
– 08 Trippy Modulated Delay
– 09 Delay Throws

Part 3 of 4:
– 01 Screwed Down Vocals
– 02 Robotic AutoTune
– 03 Artificial Harmony
– 04 Reversed Reverb
– 05 Pre Delay Settings for Reverb
– 06 Gated Reverb
– 07 Reverb and Envelope Filters
– 08 Pitch Shifted Reverb

Part 4 of 4:
– 01 Elastic Audio Part 1
– 02 Elastic Audio Part 2
– 03 Stutter Edits
– 04 Audiosuite Editing
– 05 Stereo Width Part 1
– 06 Stereo Width Part 2
– 07 Glitch Effects
– 08 AutoTune and MIDI
– 09 Vocoder

Audio Tricks for Mixing (All 4 Parts) TUTORiAL

Perspectives Film Scoring in Logic Pro X TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Scoring, Perspectives, Logic Pro X, Film Scoring, Film, Fantastic

Perspectives Film Scoring in Logic Pro X

FANTASTiC | 22 June 2018 | 569 MB

Logic Pro X gurus bring you a dual perspective on one task, creating music scores for film cues in Logic Pro X! Both Eli and Doug work with the same film content, and create their own music scores independently. You’ll also see how they each approach and execute their visions separately, giving great insight into the process.  Eli begins the series and welcomes you, giving you a layout of the series and what to expect. Over the course of the series you’ll see how both Eli and Doug each approach the same 2 film cues, but in very different ways, achieving the same goal, creating a professional music score for the film. Since the same 2 film cues are used, there is so much to learn by watching these pros go at it differently, allowing you to make comparisons and pick and choose what techniques and workflows work best for you. You’ll see things like initial setup, film review and notes, creating markers, setting tempo, choosing instruments and musical themes, developing the musical structure, building instrumentation, adding effects, mixing, adding automation, and much, much more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you use Logic Pro X, and are interested in composing for film, this series is not to be missed… Watch

Perspectives Film Scoring in Logic Pro X TUTORiAL

Loudness Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Loudness, Fantastic, Explained

Loudness Explained® TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 22 June 2018 | 155 MB

Understanding loudness gives you an edge when mixing, mastering, or just preparing your tracks and songs for further processing or release. See why with these tutorials! Adam welcomes you and starts with why loudness is important to understand, and then explores perceived loudness, normalization, and the consequences for playback dynamic range when applying these processes. Then learn all about peak normalization and limiting, and the important to note consequential loudness vs dynamic range tradeoff. Throughout the rest of the series you’ll learn highly useful topics and techniques such as converting audio to MP3 & AAC formats, playback headroom, how loud should you make your track, measuring loudness with both LUFS and RMS, loudness matching, what exactly you should compare to your loudness to and what workflow is best to use, advanced limiting concepts, true peak limiting, Fletcher Munson Curves, DC Offset, what affects loudness and so much more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you produce, mix or master music, you have to know the inner workings of loudness and how it applies to today’s music technology. Get going on the right foot and improve your mixes and masters… Watch”Loudness Explained” today.

Loudness Explained® TUTORiAL

Synthesis and Sound Design Masterclass TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Synthesis, Sound Design, Sound, MasterClass, Design

Synthesis & Sound Design Masterclass

P2P | 10 September 2014 | 3.24 GB

480×270 | 30fps | 23 hours | AAC stereo 90kbps

Synthesis & Sound Design Masterclass is a monster course spanning close to 50 videos with over 22 hours of total training. It will take you from a novice or even moderately accomplished synthesist to the next level, and then to the one beyond that. We’ll take a cross platform approach to sound design, looking at techniques and tips that are common to many instruments, allowing you to get the most out of what you already have. This course is jammed full of practical knowledge, explantations, and concise breakdowns of why things work the way they do. Divided into two styles of video, each synthesis concept is explained in a “theory” video and then shown in action, in a series of “practical” videos where you get to watch a detailed construction of a high quality synth sound. These sounds are both cutting edge and classic, and are all hand crafted by Myagi on screen to give you an up-close view of each concept in action.

Synthesis and Sound Design Masterclass TUTORiAL

808 and Sub Bass Masterclass TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, SubBass, Sub Bass, Sub, MasterClass, Bass, 808

808 & Sub Bass Masterclass TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | May 17 2016 | 10.3 GB

Learn how to make your 808′s thump

The struggle is over! Learn how to make, mix and generally demystify the elusive 808 low end sounds. At over 5 hours long, the 808 Sub Bass Masterclass explains everything you need to know and understand about 808’s and sub basses. This course is designed to give you both a theoretical and practical understanding of the 808 sound including what it is, where it came from as well as when and why we use it. It also steps you through exactly how to mix 808s and sub basses, how to make them and which tools and plugins you can turn to achieve a low-end perfect mix. The course is intentionally open ended, spanning Hip Hop/RnB and EDM oriented 808’s and sub basses. Echo Sound Works demonstrates with Logic Pro x during the tutorial the theory and techniques shown are entirely applicable to other DAW’s.

–  320+ minutes of expert tuition
–  22 individual videos
–  Learn at your own pace
–  Suitable for multiple genres
–  Applicable to any DAW

Notes: High resolution videos 1080p FHD MP4

808 and Sub Bass Masterclass TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Prep, Notation and Parts The Orchestral Sessions TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Sessions, Prep, Parts, Orchestral, Notation, Fantastic

Prep, Notation & Parts TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 21 June 2018 | 151 MB

The Orchestral Sessions

So you recorded your MIDI score and can’t wait to hear it played by a live orchestra. What’s the next step? Join music composer  in this new updated course, and learn how to transform your MIDI data into a full score. Nowadays, orchestral music recorded with MIDI in a DAW can sound fantastic, but there’s nothing like music played by real musicians. In this second instalment of the Orchestral Session series, music composer covers the special preparation work needed to transform your MIDI score into data that a notation program can use. In this course, covers essential techniques and strategies to speed up your orchestration prep work. Topics such as when to use region-based vs. event-based quantization, how to deal with dedicated runs libraries so they correctly translate to the score, or how to consolidate MIDI parts are all covered. Olajide also discusses how to create individual parts from ensemble patches, what important housekeeping steps need to be done before exporting, why you should know about the alternative music XML format, and more… In the last section, you learn about the challenges and considerations when orchestrating for the scoring stage, where you learn to import MIDI prepared from a DAW into Sibelius and Finale, and you get a walkthrough of a completed orchestral score!

After watching this course, you’ll have a firm grasp of all the techniques needed to transform your composition into a clean MIDI file that can be used to create a full score.

Prep, Notation and Parts TUTORiAL


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