Logic Pro X Preparing to Mix EXPLAiNED

Logic Pro X: Preparing to Mix

HiDERA | 16 October 2020 | 307.19 MB

Logic maven Chris Vandeviver delivers comprehensive Logic Pro video tutorials! Watch and learn everything you need to know to prepare your project for mixing, so you have the best Logic project environment and workflow, making it much easier to mix your music and get the best results. These videos are for those who are new to Logic Pro, but are familiar with its layout and have some prior experience using it. To begin, Chris welcomes you and goes over what you’ll be learning throughout the video series. He then starts at the beginning, demystifying some common pre-mix questions such as “what is the best recording level when recording into Logic”, and “what is double-tracking” and how it can add both width and power to your tracks. Then it’s onto good project management practices such as proper naming, icon usage, and creating and utilizing markers for easy arranging and navigation while mixing. Chris then goes over important individual track clean up and optimization tips with videos on the best ways to remove silence and dead space, apply fade ins, outs, and crossfades to ensure tight, seamless, click-free edits. You’ll also see how to identify between mono and stereo tracks, how to switch a mono track to stereo (and vice versa), and how to ensure you’re truly panning your stereo tracks while mixing.

Logic’s Track Stack feature is then explained and explored and you’ll discover how it is a wonderful tool to easily organize, group, and route your tracks into collapsable and expandable folders which can then be processed as an entire group of tracks, as if they were a single instrument. Throughout the rest of the videos Chris goes over how to set the perfect levels for your tracks before you start to mix, how to effectively use sends, busses, and auxiliary channels, and once your mix is done, the different circumstances for bouncing your Logic projects and the best settings for each situation.

To see what these in-depth Logic Pro X mixing video tutorials show you, and how they’ll prepare you to make the best mix of your music possible, see the individual Logic Pro mixing tutorial descriptions on this page. Make mixing your songs and productions much easier today… Watch “Logic Pro X: Preparing to Mix Explained®” now.

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Logic Pro X: Preparing to Mix EXPLAiNED

Tech Tips Vol.55 TUTORiAL

Tech Tips Vol.55 TUTORiAL

HiDERA | 16 October 2020 | 1.53 GB

New set of tips that take an in-depth look at what’s happening when we use our synths. These set of tutorials are not only a must for those starting out into the world of synthesis but also super useful for those already accustomed to sound design. Straight forward take on this subject accompanied by visual scopes and analysers delve into the fundamentals of what is happening under the hood when we dial in a waveform, add more voices and use modulation to change the volume, pitch and tone of our sounds. In short, the areas covered in these tech tips will give you the basics of what’s going on when you turn the knobs on your synth giving you a better understanding of how to create the sounds you want. Check it out, share it with your synth-loving pals and take your skills to the next level!

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Tech Tips Vol.55 TUTORiAL

Practicing Mixing Explained®

Practicing Mixing Explained®

FANTASTiC | 19 April 2020 | 265 MB | Course File: 470 MB

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Studio guru Magesy presents a how to practice mixing video tutorial series! Learn to identify and address problems that can occur in your mixes, and how to remedy them quickly and easily, making for a better, more professional mix. These videos are designed for new and beginner mix engineers looking to improve their mixes, and includes downloadable wav files so you can follow along and mix in your DAW. Thomas welcomes you and goes over exactly what you’ll be learning in the video tutorials, and then starts out with the basics of getting a good mix by setting levels, as well as utilizing mono sound when doing this. Continuing on with the mono mix technique, Thomas shows you how to find hard to hear frequencies that are creating problems in your mix and eliminate them to bring out clarity, preventing unnecessary frequency build up. Throughout the rest of the videos you’ll learn important strategies such as having an end goal, implementing research to compare and dissect existing mix styles and genres, the benefit of using less plug-ins, choosing distortion instead of EQ, creative panning, making efficient use of busses, analyzing your mix with Mid/Side and much, much more.

To see what these in-depth mixing tutorials show you, and how you’ll be able to diagnose and fix problems with your mixes, as well as incorporate good mix habits and techniques, see the individual mixing video tutorial descriptions on this page. Start making better, more professional sounding mixes today… Watch “Practicing Mixing Explained®” now.

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Practicing Mixing Explained®

Improvising Know-How Modes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Improvising Know-How Modes TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 26 2016 | 239 MB

In these simplified video tutorials, piano master Tom Regis explores different Modes as one of the keys to unlocking the art of improvisation, and includes a bit of approachable theory that can be immediately put into practice! The goal of these lessons is to show the forest through the trees, and allow the viewer who may have blocks when it comes to improvising, a way through. This series can also apply to those more experienced, presenting a different approach to using modes.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re looking for some quick inspiration for your soloing and performances, watch “Improvising Know-How: Modes” today!

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Improvising Know-How Modes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Logic Pro X Know-How Amp Designer TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Logic Pro X Know-How Amp Designer TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 26 2016 | 316 MB

Logic Pro X master Doug Zangar shows you how to rock Logic’s Amp Designer and squeeze every bit of delicious tone juice from the numerous amp models and FX available! Doug starts out with a comprehensive overview of amp Designer and what it can do, followed by setup and record tutorials for getting the best monitoring performance while tracking. Gain and Tone are now explored, and you’ll learn how to dial in your perfect sound, as well as discover all the great effects available in Amp Designer. Doug then covers Amp Designer’s speaker cabinets and microphones in detail, and even gives examples of what’s possible tone wise for distorted and clean lead tones and rhythm tracks. Wrapping it all up, Doug reveals creative uses for non-guitar sources and ways to use Automation and Smart Controls for even more sonic possibilities.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you need to process guitars in Logic, this series is a must see. Discover the endless tone possibilities that await… Watch “Logic Pro X Know-How: Amp Designer” today!

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Logic Pro X Know-How Amp Designer TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Arrangement Techniques with Push TUTORiAL

Arrangement Techniques with Push

P2P | 14 October 2020 | 401 MB

Concluding his three part series, teaching the fundamentals of House production using Ableton Push, lowdown on arrangement and automation, completing the track he began in parts 1 and 2. As a solo artist and as part of the duo Spektre, Paul has had numerous releases on popular labels and support from headline DJ acts across the globe. His wealth of experience combined with his knowledge of Live and passion for teaching come together in this series of tutorials, as he imparts professional tips and tricks in a clear and concise manner. In this final instalment, Maddox takes you through preparing the parts created in the previous sections for arrangement, covering various button modes and the creation of scenes, before assigning new effects and device macros, with intuitive settings that add excitement and dynamic movement to the track. Scenes are then recorded into arrangement view, with drum fills triggered in real time, after which Maddox adds the sheen, recording parameter automation that keeps the soundscape fluid and builds up the excitement, whilst the solid beats pump underneath.

Module 1: Recap and Session View Launching Modes
In this module, Paul gives a recap of the project and then explains some of the different button modes for launching clips.

Module 2: Creating Scenes
This module shows how to create and organise scenes, in order to work out sections of a track, from which the entire arrangement can be created.

Module 3: Setting Up Automation Parameters
In this module, Paul maps device macros and sets up some new effects, which are then ready to be automated, for adding extra interest and movement to the arrangement.

Module 4: Recording the Arrangement
Paul uses his prepared scenes to lay down the basic track sections by recording them into Arrangement view and then editing them.

Module 5: Adding Automation
Parameter automation is added to various parts, to create tonal and atmospheric shifts that help sounds develop in breakdowns and main groove sections.

SAMPLE MODULE – In this excerpt, Maddox demonstrates how to set up macros and utilise automation

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Arrangement Techniques with Push TUTORiAL

Complete Guide to Compression in Live TUTORiAL

Compression in Ableton Live

P2P | 13 October 2020 | 394 MB

Much used but rarely fully understood, compression is an incredible tool utilised by audio professionals in every field. These detailed lessons, taught by Course Director, professional producer and Music and Sound Recording graduate, will take you from a basic to a thorough understanding of this powerful effect. With visual and aural demonstrations, accompanied by a clear and informative commentary, by the end of the course you will have a thorough grasp of how single band and multiband compression functions and how to apply it to individual and groups of drums, vocals and the master buss. The course starts by giving you a basic understanding of the parameters found on every compressor, including examples of their effects on dynamics and frequency, demonstrating how different settings can alter the sound both positively and negatively. Students learn how to use a compressor both as a precision tool and as a creative device, with specific examples and aural and visual demonstrations, to help get the most out of a mix.

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Complete Guide to Compression in Live TUTORiAL

Experimental Bass Sound Design Explained®

Experimental Bass Explained®

FANTASTiC | 15 April 2020 | 253 MB

..:: Sound Design ::..

Sound design delivers an Experimental Bass sound design video tutorial series! See how to make the sounds that define this popular electronic music genre, including ways they are used in EB productions. These videos are for electronic music sound designers who are looking for guidance on creating Experimental Bass sounds specifically. Thomas begins with the quintessential sound of Experimental Bass, the Noise Bass, which is a heavy foundational bass patch upon which many of these songs are based. He then shows how advanced distortion is used to give the bass more punch and aggression, but without compromising the low end frequencies. Next, you’ll see how to make both a Sine Magesy Compression Bass patch and a Heavy Reese Bass patch from scratch, which are other staple bass sounds of this genre. Thomas then shows you how to make bass sounds suitable for fills, including an aggressive modulated bass patch, a textured growl bass sound, and a powerful Resse stab sound, perfect for Experimental Bass music. Last but not least, you’ll explore making melodic patches such as an 8-Bit Stab, Pluck Lead, Arpeggio Lead, and a Textured Chord sound, all step by step, so you understand what makes the sounds found in this genre, enabling you to then make your own custom presets from scratch.

To see what these in-depth Experimental Bass sound design tutorials show you, and how you’ll be able to make your own authentic sounding Experimental Bass patches from scratch, see the individual Experimental Bass sound design video tutorial descriptions on this page. Start experimenting with Experimental Bass sounds today… Watch “Experimental Bass Sound Design Explained®” now.

1.Fixed part 10
2.Added course extras

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Experimental Bass Sound Design Explained® TUTORiAL REPACK

Building Custom Mastering Weapons in ABLETON

Mastering Weapons in ABLETON

P2P | 12 October 2020 | 595 MB

These lessons teach you how to build custom mastering weapons racks, including an Aphex-style Exciter, a Bass Maximiser and various Stereo Enhancement tools. The Course is brought to you by professional mastering engineer and owner of Zeitgeist Mastering, Nick D’Ombrain. In addition to the streamed lessons, all 8 rack presets created on the course come as a downloadable pack, which can be opened up in Live to unleash the power of this devastating mastering arsenal! These tutorials are part of the complete course – Mastering in the Box with Ableton Live.

Module 1: Building Custom Mastering Weapons Pt. 1 (Aphex Style Exciter)
It’s time to expand Live’s effects range and think about custom designing a few specific mastering weapons racks. The famous Aphex Aural Exciter sound can be fairly closely simulated in Live, with just a bit of effort. In this chapter we’ll put it together, explaining the thought process and every step along the way.

Module 2: Building Custom Mastering Weapons Pt. 2 (Bass Maximiser)
Similarly to the previous lesson, in this module we’ll consider how we can achieve a little extra bass, especially when mastering for good translation on small systems or speakers. It’s not uncommon in the age of the Internet to make sure that the bass or the low end of a track can be heard on systems of all sizes, including tinny PC speakers or trashy mp3 headphones. The plugin we build here will do exactly that and can be compared to the likes of the Waves MaxxBass example.

Module 3: Building Custom Mastering Weapons Pt. 3 (Stereo Enhancer)
Stereo Enhancement is a very sought after & necessary tool in any mastering arsenal. Since we do not have anything of mastering quality at our fingertips in the standard range of plugins, we’ll look at how we can best assemble an enhancer that is both flexible and musical. You’ll wonder how you lived without it! By the end of Pt. 3, you’ll be confident with macros, control mapping, audio effects racks and signal chains within Ableton Live.

Module 4: BONUS MODULE – Building and Applying a 3-Band Exciter & Mid Side Compressor
In this lesson, we’ll build 2 more extremely useful mastering tools. The Mid Side Compressor can really achieve results that a standard compressor cannot as we experienced in the mastering of a full track chapter. The 3-Band Exciter is simple in design but also very effective – a plug-in of desired taste but nonetheless a great alternative way to add a touch of bass impact, mid presence or warmth, or even some high sizzle to a master!

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Building Custom Mastering Weapons in ABLETON

Magesy Garage House TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Garage House TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Jan 13 2020 | 2.56 GB

All-new course in Ableton in How To Make Garage House. From a blank project to a completed jackin’ Garage House track, Ritchie takes us through every element of building this upbeat, soulful and groove-laden number. This is a course aimed at all levels so whether you’re just starting out or a seasoned producer, Richie’s easy-to-follow and clear methods shine through. This track can be recreated in any DAW making it super accessible. Ritchie uses just two 3rd party plugins one of which is free and the other is our very own ANA 2 where you can download the demo version right here if needs be! Get on it and get creative!

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