Synthi V Explored TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Synthi V, Synthi, Fantastic, Explored

Synthi V Explored TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 22 June 2019 | 261 MB

Synthi V is a spot-on recreation of the analog Synthi AKS by British manufacturer EMS. Join Synth Expert in this course, and learn the infinite sound design possibilities of this inspiring and unique instrument! EMS synths were used on classic recordings such as Pink Floyd’s “On the Run”, Jean-Michel Jarre’s “Oxygene”, David Bowie’s “Heroes”, and the Dr. Who theme (by Ron Grainer). Arturia’s Synthi V recreates the EMS Synthi AKS, complete with its flexible (but intimidating) pin matrix and unusual Envelope Shaper. This powerhouse synth can look complex, but don’t fret… our synth expert is here to demystify it!

The course begins with an overview of the different modules and an explanation of the color coding used on the interface. After looking at the preset browser and explaining how to create a default patch, Rishabh dives deep into the heart of the synth, where all new patches begin: the Pin Matrix. Next, he reveals all about the VCOs section, where you discover everything about the oscillators, including the Noise Generator and Oscillator Sync functions. All sections of the synth are clearly explained and demonstrated: the Filters, the Ring Mod, the Envelope Shaper, the Trapezoid, the Spring Reverb, the Sequencer, the on-board Joystick… The course also explores the effects and modern modulation possibilities offered in the Advanced Panel.

The Synthi V is not your regular analog subtractive synth plugin. This course, by sound designer and trainer Rishabh Rajan is the best way to master this complex and fascinating instrument!

Synthi V Explored TUTORiAL

Mixing in Pro Tools 2019, audio tutorials, SYNTHiC4TE, Pro tools, Mixing, 2019

Mixing in Pro Tools 2019

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 682 MB

A collection of mixing with Pro Tools tutorials! Learn how to mix music using Pro Tools 2019 and get a professional sound. These Pro Tools 2019 mixing videos are designed for the person who knows their way around Pro Tools, but wants to see and hear how to use Pro Tools to mix a song and get that “radio ready sound”. You also get the Wav files so you can follow along and mix on your DAW! Kenny welcomes you and introduces the track you’re going to be mixing, “Scars” by Lybrandt. He then shows how to set up Pro Tools 2019 for mixing, import and re-order the tracks, add color to them, and set the song tempo. Next, Kenny takes you through creating a rough mix by adjusting faders, pans, and using clip gain to normalize your audio levels for proper mixing. Moving on, you’ll learn how to setup Stereo Buss FX & Markers, dial in the vocal sound for the song, make the drums sound great, how to mix the Bass DI and Amp tracks together with proper phase, create great guitar tones, craft the different keyboards to fit in the mix, use VCA Groups and Automation to make things pop out and fully engage the listener, and much more!

To see what each mixing tutorial shows you and how it can help you mix music in Pro Tools 2019, see the individual Pro Tools tutorial descriptions on this page. If you’re new to mixing in Pro Tools, or just want to see another engineer’s approach, this series of Pro Tools 2019 mixing videos will help you mix music like an expert… See how to make great mixes with Pro Tools, watch “Mixing in Pro Tools 2019” today

Mixing in Pro Tools 2019

Logic Pro X 10.4.5 Update Explained®, audio tutorials, UPDATE, SYNTHiC4TE, Logic Pro X, Explained

Logic Pro X 10.4.5 Update Explained®

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 110 MB

A collection of Logic Pro X 10.4.5 tutorials! Learn all about the new features and functions added to LPX 10.4.5. These Logic Pro X 10.4.5 tutorial videos are designed for experienced Logic users who want to know all about what’s new in Logic 10.4.5 and get up to speed. Eli hits the ground running with a video on the new De-Esser 2 plug-in that comes with Logic Pro X 10.4.5, including its new “set and forget” Relative mode featuring a unique dynamically adjusting threshold level. Next, Eli reveals all the new Key Command features, as well as Logic’s updated MIDI synchronization options. Moving on, you’ll learn all about Logic’s new time-saving record feature that allows you to avoid duplicate MIDI note events at the same position when cycle/merge recording, or merging regions. Eli then goes over in-detail, the new Mixer engine that’s been re-written from the ground up! Last but not least, you’ll learn about all of the many new improvements that help overall workflow, including but not limited to improved flex pitch quality, a revamped Undo system, enhanced performance meter to measure system usage, revamped project chooser, a renamed audio recording preference, new filter buttons in the Loop Browser, and many more.

To see what each Logic Pro X video tutorial shows you and how it can help you learn the new features in Logic Pro X 10.4.5, see the individual Logic tutorial descriptions on this page. If you want to get the most out of the new Logic update, this series of Logic Pro X 10.4.5 videos will take you there… Watch “Logic Pro X 10.4.5 Update Explained®” today.

Logic Pro X 10.4.5 Update Explained®

How To Make Opium TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Opium, Make, HTM, How to Make, How To, How

How To Make “Opium” TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 0.99 GB

All-new ‘How To Make’ course this week and this time he’s making his and Alastor’s track Opium from scratch in Logic Pro. With the emphasis very much on ‘less is more’, Jerome proves that sometimes you only need a handful of different elements to build a huge sounding dance floor slammer. With the emphasis very much on ‘less is more’, Jerome proves that sometimes you only need a handful of different elements to build a huge sounding dance floor slammer. Starting with a rolling bass and kick we build on the groove before adding the all-important atmosphere, synth lines and a truly epic riser. Once the elements are in place we move onto the arrangement making tweaks and using automation to build tension and help with transitions. The final result is a track that’s as addictive as the name suggests and built from the ground up in less than two hours! Oh, wait… Jerome’s offering you guys something else other than his production knowledge!

How To Make “Opium” TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

NI Blocks Intro to Modular TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Reaktor 6, Reaktor, Modular, Intro, Blocks

NI Blocks Intro to Modular TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 781 MB

A look at the new updated Reaktor BLOCKS BASE. A free download as part of Komplete Start it contains everything you need to start exploring modular synthesis. The pack contains 24 blocks in total, from fundamental utilities like audio I/O, note in, and MIDI clock, to an accessible range of sound shaping LFOs, ADSR envelopes, VCAs, and step sequencers. CV connectivity is also offered, giving you the possibility for hardware integration. Matt firstly runs through the new cabling system before giving us the lowdown on what is actually happening with modular synthesis when we push a key on our keyboard. We then look at building a simple playable batch and sequenced patch before diving into the more experimental side of modular synthesis using some of the elaborate ‘PRIMES’ modules included in the paid version to create unpredictable and interesting sounds.

Confusing and often frustrating for some, but absolute synth heaven for others Matt lifts the lid on this fascinating form of synthesis where an infinite number of possibilities of sound design are waiting for you.

Let the bleeping and blooping commence!

NI Blocks Intro to Modular TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Tech Tips Vol.44 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tips, Tech, SYNTHiC4TE

Tech Tips Vol.44 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 844 MB

New set of Tech Tips, this time in Ableton as we join him in his studio where he’s working on a radio edit. Over these 10 videos we get a detailed insight into some of his pro tips and tricks he uses to fine tune, speed up workflow, enhance and ultimately finalise a track These tips are all about keeping things simple and taking time to choose the correct sounds and methods to get from A to B so you’re not re-visiting elements over and over. Covering aspects such as where to place your compressor in the chain, or if you even need one at all, to adding stereo or presence to different elements and EQing certain frequencies to keep your tracks clean and make them stand out. A set of videos that reminds us that taking care in your choices can be super beneficial in your overall satisfaction when reaching the final stages of your production. Go check it out!

Tech Tips Vol.44 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Tech Tips Vol.43 TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tips, Tech, SYNTHiC4TE

Tech Tips Vol.43 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | June 21 2019 | 540 MB

Ableton certified trainer for Tech Tips Volume 43. These 10 videos give Ableton users an awesome insight into some of the more unknown features available to you, helping you create more movement and dynamics in your sounds while speeding up your workflow in the process Starting with a clever use of Auto Pan’s LFO we also check out the sidechain function on the ‘Gate’ plugin, envelope shaping our drum one-shots, generating basslines, successfully converting stereo to mono without loss of volume, downward expansion techniques, utilising Drum Rack to its full potential and more!

Tech Tips Vol.43 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Mixing With Your Eyes TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, With Your Eyes, With, TUTORiAL, Mixing, eyes

Mixing With Your Eyes TUTORiAL

P2P | 31 Dec 2015 | English | MP4 | 448 MB

How To Use Metering Plugins

Learn How To Use Metering And Visualising Plugins To Achieve Accurate Results I know what you might be thinking, why would you ever mix with your eyes when music and mixing is an auditory experience. Even though this idea may seem counterintuitive, it is actually one of the best ways to improve the quality of your mixes. In this course, shows you how to use metering plugins to improve the quality of your mixes. At over an hour long (broken up into 8 individual sections) you will learn how to read and use numerous types of metering plugins to help with low end frequencies, Stereo Imaging and mix fullness.

The Fundamentals

  • PART 1 – INTRODUCTION – Introduces the ideas behind using metering and visualising plugins. (Not Included in the file)
  • PART 2 – TYPES OF METERING PLUGINS – This section details the various types of metering plugins that exist and some of the name brands.
  • PART 3 – REFERENCE TRACKS – A huge part of accurately missing with your eyes is to use a reference track that you can trust as a guide.


Meters & Mixing

  • PART 4 – PEAK VS RMS METERS – This video discusses how to use these two metering types to get a fuller mix.
  • PART 5 – PHASE CORRELATION METERS – This part will show you how to use correlation meters to accurately gauge how many phasing issues may be in your mix. Great tips if you’re trying to make your mixes more mono compatible.
  • PART 6 – STEREO IMAGING – This section will show you how to see if your mixes are wide enough.
  • PART 7 – LOW END METERING – This video is great for those who do not have a sub woofer. This will show you how to use metering plugins to see whats potentially wrong with your low end.
  • PART 8 – MIX FULLNESS – Learn how to put it all together to make full use of the stereo field and create a dynamic, punchy mix.


Mixing With Your Eyes TUTORiAL

Multiband Compression Explained TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, P2P, Multiband, Explained, Compression

Multiband Compression Explained

P2P | 31 December 2015 | MP4 | 294 MB

In this tutorial course, show you how to use one of the most underrated mixing tools, the multiband compressor. From the basics of what multiband compression is, when to use multiband compression and of course, how to apply multiband compression creatively. You’ll learn all you need to know to make working frequency crossover bands second nature. Explore the theory behind the techniques, discover effective plugins and improve your workflow. Avoid common pitfalls and get plenty of practical walkthrough examples with professional tips and tricks for applying multiband compression on bass, drums and other instruments.

Course Overview:

  • PART 1 – Introduction – This video is just a quick introduction to the course and lays out its contents.
  • PART 2 – Multiband Compression Basics – This video covers everything you need to know about just what multi band compression is and how to use it. You will get to see a quick overview of three popular multi band compressors in action (Waves C4, FabFilter MB and Logic’s very own Multipressor)
  • PART 3 – Multiband Compression on Kicks – Using MB Compression on a kick is a great way to have total control over how it sits in the mix. Especially if you’re using a kick sample. You will learn how to isolate each distinct element of any kick drum and mix it accordingly.
  • PART 4 – Multiband Compression on Bass – Another great way to clean up the low end of any mix is to use MB compression. Learn how in this video.
  • PART 5 – Drum Groups – This video will cover how to use MB Compression to get the most out of your drum group or buss. Try these techniques next time instead of using a basic compressor.
  • PART 6 – Instruments – This video covers the types of instruments that can benefit from using MB Compression.
  • Part 7 – Summary – A recap and discussion that brings everything together


Multiband Compression Explained TUTORiAL

Write Better Melodies In 1 Hour TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Write, TUTORiAL, Melodies, Hour, Better

Write Better Melodies In 1 Hour TUTORiAL

P2P | Dec 2015 | MP4 | 158 MB

Writing catchy and interesting melody is one of the most important parts of creating music. It is truly the one aspect of creation that allows your musical character to shine through. It’s not always easy to craft that perfect melody. In this tutorial course, Echo Sound Works will show you 5 personal tips and tricks that he uses to help create interesting melody. This course doesn’t require a lot of music theory knowledge, it’s presented in a way that even an absolute beginner would understand. The course is just over an hour long and by the end of it, you will be creating better melodies.

Course Overview:

  • PART 1 – Introduction – This video will layout the content of the course.
  • PART 2 – Defining Melody – Learn how to define something like melody to better understand how to create it.
  • PART 3 – Melodies With Purpose – In this video, learn 3 guidelines that will help you write melody with purpose. This is a great video if you struggle figuring out where to start when trying to write a melody.
  • PART 4 – Voice Leading – Learn how to properly voice lead when creating melodies.
  • PART 5 – Themes and Motifs – This video covers 3 elements that you can use in any melody to create a unique theme or motif.
  • PART 6 – Chord Progression and Melody – The final video in this course will cover how to change the sound of your melody by changing your chord progressions.


Write Better Melodies In 1 Hour TUTORiAL


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