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Quanta v1.0.8 WiN MAC RETAiL

SYNTHiC4TE | July 04 2018 | 221 MB

AAX AU VSTi VST3 x86 x64

Quanta, a new Granular Synthesizer plug-in for macOS and Windows (with an iOS version coming soon)

Feature Highlights:
Quanta is a full-featured ten-voice true stereo granular synthesizer, with up to a hundred 1000ms grains per voice, and full control over the grain state, with direct randomization and modulation of most parameters. Drag-and-drop a sample (WAV, AIFF, Ogg, or FLAC) on to the window and go to work.

With two multi-mode filters (with LP, HP, BP and notch in 2-pole and 4-pole topologies), and a “sidecar” virtual-analog oscillator and noise generator that can be used in addition to, or injected into, the grain engine, Quanta is a fully capable subtractive synth in its own right, and will work as a granular or subtractive (or both) synth without any sample at all.

Quanta has mod coming out its ears. First up are four of our new FEGs (Flexible Envelope Generator), a 99-point looping function generator with optional host tempo sync. Then add two arbitrary-waveshape LFOs, a multi-source sample-and-hold module, and fully user-controllable MIDI assignments, with nearly every control on the panel as a destination.

Quanta is customizable to your taste and playing style. With full MPE support, it can take advantage of the extended control set of your Linnstrument, Seaboard, Soundplane, Continuum, or other MPE controller, and support for TUN files lets you use tuning tables. The resizable Hi-DPI GUI lets you adjust the size to match your visual needs, and the cross-platform preset mechanism lets you share your creations with your friends and collaborators, no matter what system they are using.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/y3KG
Quanta v1.0.8 WiN MAC RETAiL-SYNTHiC4TE

MASSiVE Demystified TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Massive, Demystified

MASSiVE Demystified TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | July 01 2018 | 1.00 GB

If you use Massive to design sounds for your music, you may not be using Massive to its full potential to create captivating sounds for your songs. This 12 part tutorial series will uncover how to use every single feature of this extremely powerful wavetable soft synth

This course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to:
– Use every single function of Native Instruments Massive
– Find the best region within any parameter’s range for maximum control over your sound design
– Understand how the four oscillator modes change your chosen wavetables
– Select and manipulate each of Massive’s filter controls exactly how you want
– Know how each of the master FX and insert FX options work
– Take advantage of Massive’s powerful synth routing options to give your sounds more character
– Use Massive’s four modulators and macros to automate any parameter of your sounds
– Utilize Massive’s key tracking features
– Harness the power of randomization to create unexpected sounds for your music.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/P7ht

Deep Dark Dub Techniques TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Techniques, SYNTHiC4TE, Dub, Deep Dark Dub, Deep, Dark Dub, Dark

Deep Dark Dub Techniques TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | July 01 2018 | 1.26 GB

In this one-of-a-kind course, you will learn how create professional quality basses, leads, drums, pads and effects by sampling commonplace sounds and processing them in Ableton. Watch as renowned producer Leon Switch creates an impressive Deep Dark Dub track from scratch using his own samples while he explains his workflow and sound design techniques in the process.

This course will give you the knowledge and skills you need to:
– With this course you will gain the skills and knowledge necessary to
– Master advanced sound design and sampling techniques that will allow you make instruments out of basically any sound
– Create original, mind-blowing sound effects by recording common objects like razors and metal bowls and tweaking them in Ableton
– Record ambience noises and manipulate them using synthesis to create organic sounding pads and atmospheres
– Craft a complete, professional sounding drum kit by sampling Tree hits and processing them using tools like EQ, compression, and filtering
– Build your own sample libraries by recording everyday noises and turning them into unique instruments and effects
– Use the samples and effects you created to make a professional sounding Deep Dark Dub track
– Improve your workflow and efficiency by watching Leon compose and mix a track from scratch in just 15 minutes

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/pVu3
Deep Dark Dub Techniques TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

4 Step of Writing Trailer Music TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Writing, TUTORiAL, trailer music, Trailer, Step, Music, Fantastic

4 Step of Writing Trailer Music

FANTASTiC | 03 July 2018 | 353 MB

Have you ever wondered how to write epic trailer music? I created this video for those who want to see behind the scenes of how a hybrid orchestral trailer piece is composed and produced with virtual instruments. This video was part of a live training workshop I held on how to write epic cinematic music.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/Uz5Y
4 Step of Writing Trailer Music TUTORiAL

Loudspeaker Measurements TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Measurements, LoudSpeaker, Fantastic

Loudspeaker Measurements TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 03 July 2018 | 2.8 GB

Learn how to measure frequency response

The first thing you will learn from this course is to measure the frequency response of a certain speaker driver, loudspeaker or sound system. The difficult part is to get an anechoic response without an anechoic chamber. Using different measuring techniques and with the help of intuitive software, you will learn how to measure the full frequency bandwidth anechoically in your own living room. This will help you set up your audio system using measured data, or it can be used to design crossovers for your particular DIY loudspeaker.

A little bit of electrical engineering
A sound system is a combination of both acoustical and electrical parts. You will also learn how to measure impedance and create impedance plots. Measure different electrical components like capacitors, inductors and resistors. Also, if you have an unknown speaker driver you will learn how to measure the Thiele / Small parameters without much fuss.

Dip your feet into crossover design
While this course will not teach you how to design a crossover, it will show you how to create FRD and ZMA files. These are frequency response and impedance files which are used in crossover design apps. At the end of the course I will show you how to load these files into such program, and tryout different circuits and see how adding crossover components behave. A comprehensive course about crossovers will be released in the near future.

Do I need certain equipment?
Yes, you will need 2 core pieces of gear :
•A measurement microphone (like miniDSP UMIK-1).
•A device for measuring impedance (like Dayton Audio DATS v2).

These are roughly 100$ each, but you will get a more comprehensive list of the equipment needed inside the course. With alternatives that you can buy, or more cheaper options. Also, some accessories that will make your life easier are included in the list.

Software option
For the different acoustical measurements we are going to use Room EQ Wizard (or REW). This is a free to use software. Usually, acoustics software are quite expensive and difficult to follow. However, REW is free and quite intuitive to use. Pretty much a complete package. It only misses one function, which I consider important. Don’t worry, we’re are not going to step up to those complicated application. I devised an Excel spreadsheet which handles this shortcoming. You will find the spreadsheet inside the course.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/Y2O4
Loudspeaker Measurements TUTORiAL

FL Studio 12 Beginner Basics TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, FL Studio, Beginner, Basics

FL Studio 12 Beginner Basics TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 03 July 2018 | 915 MB

Blazing Beat Making

This course is about the basic fundamentals of FL Studio. Think of this course as your own personal starter kit. We’ll also be using the demo version but that won’t affect anyone with the producer edition. Students who enroll in this course will learn the interface of FL Studio and basic FL Studio beat making techniques step-by-step over my shoulders.. Most of the lectures are 2-5 minutes but packed with a lot of info so you won’t die of boredom. Regardless of the reason why you want to take this course, you will now be able to get all the training you need step-by-step all in one course to grow and develop into an amazingly talented beat maker/music producer.

Instead of searching for the right information without knowing what you need, enroll in this beat making beginner basics course and save yourself hours of wasted time trying to learn on your own. All your answers are here!

Please Note: this course is geared towards beginner FL studio users. It is designed to help you understand how to make quality beats, if you are just getting started or have little experience under your belt.

See you on the inside!

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/6NQX
FL Studio 12 Beginner Basics TUTORiAL

Creating Organic Beats in FL Studio TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Organic, FL Studio, Fantastic, EDM, Creating, Beats

Creating Organic Beats in FL Studio

FANTASTiC | 04 July 2018 | 1.78 GB

Organic Beats will teach you how to take a single note, which we record together, and create a full composition out of! Nowadays, a lot of producers are trying to achieve that ‘EDM sound’. Well, not this course! Organic Beats is a very unique music course. With my teaching style, I always fill you in on off-topic goodies to keep you educated and aware of why I am applying certain techniques. [You will understand what is going on even if you have limited audio production knowledge.]

Who is this course for?:
•Aspiring music producers eager to further their creativity and productions
•Producers who want to get away from current trends, and be original!
•Beatmakers looking for that video to help them create high quality beats

Course Process:
– We start this course off by actually recording a piano and guitar note together!
– We move into editing this note, showing my personal preferences to achieve the best quality in your recording.
– I then show how to sculpt and mold this sound for optimal use! When playing by itself, the note isn’t too usable, but after applying the techniques shown in Section 4 ‘Sculpting Our Sound’, this sound becomes a deeply emotional element.
– We then get into building our beat, all while you are shown how to mold, shape, and carve space for each new instrument we create.
– You even learn complex mixer routing, which is beautifully labelled, and gives an amazing workflow!

I’ve also included a bonus video getting you started arranging your song for that professional sound. [Arrangement is just as much a factor as the actual composition!]

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/6gLi
Creating Organic Beats in FL Studio TUTORiAL

Learn Piano for Beatmakers and Producers TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Producers, Piano, Learn, Fantastic, Beatmakers

Learn Piano for Beatmakers & Producers

FANTASTiC | 04 July 2018 | 2.26 GB

There are tons of videos on the internet in regards to learning the piano. This is great, it gives you insight to how a piano works and how to get going. But over my years of producing beats, I’ve realized we as beatmakers play the piano differently than someone trying to learn classical piano. So why do we have to learn the piano from a classical standpoint when we’re wanting to create awesome beats – whether that be beautiful piano beats, or just have a better understanding of chords and improvisation?

Cause here’s the thing:
– As a beatmaker, we create repetition.
– We create loops which are on repeat over and over, and our goal is for these loops to be extremely catchy. (Also keeping in mind for our other instruments in terms of mixing for clarity.)

So in this course I cover with you:
•The basics of a piano to get everyone on the same page
•How keys, scales, and chords work
•Figuring out powerful chord progressions (and sharing some of my own personal favorites!)
•Thinking in terms of melodies and improvisation
•How to bounce around with your right hand
•Left hand techniques to add fullness to your composition
•Playing with both hands
•Popular note placement, counting beats, and different rhythms in the industry.
•How to stay motivated to practice piano as a beatmaker

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/JRQ9
Learn Piano for Beatmakers and Producers TUTORiAL

Ableton Workflow: Simple Recording Mixing TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Workflow, TUTORiAL, Simple, Recording, Push 2, Push, Mixing, Fantastic, Ableton

Ableton Workflow: Simple Recording/Mixing

FANTASTiC | 04 July 2018 | 671 MB

This short course demonstrates the process of recording a complete track using Push 2. The track is very simple, but it is useful for students who what to develop a workflow on Push that incorporates the technology while producing a piece of music that is actually using music theory principles.

Steps include:
•Instrument Selection
•Setting a key and tempo
•Recording chords using triad pad shapes
•Composing/Recording a basic melody
•Using Session View to create track sections
•Record in Arrangement View
•FX Overview: Compressors, Reverb, EQ and Limiting

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/L9zP
Ableton Workflow Simple Recording-Mixing TUTORiAL

FL Studio Mixer Workflow TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Workflow, TUTORiAL, Mixer, FL Studio

FL Studio Mixer Workflow

FANTASTiC | 03 July 2018 | 1.74 GB

Hi! – I’m GratuiTous. I’ve been producing music on FL Studio since 2011 and have worked with a GRAMMY nominated recording artist. The mixer is a daunting tool for new producers just getting started in music production. So that’s my goal with this course – to break down the mixer in an easy-to-understand course. We start at the basics by comparing a real hardware mixer to FL Studio’s digital mixer and eventually work our way up to subgroups and complex routing with sends. A funny thing I’ll mention is when I first started mixing I typically liked my unmixed version better than my mixed version lol. If you’re just starting, too, then I’m sure you’ve experienced this. Mixing is something that will only come with time.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: http://mage.si/oRy2
FL Studio Mixer Workflow TUTORiAL


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