Arranging Pop Horns Explained TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 05 2017 | 611 MB

Do you need horn parts for your Pop songs and productions? Well shows you just what you need to know to create killer horn section parts for both real horns or MIDI programmed horns! In this series designed for beginner to intermediate arrangers, Eli starts with an introduction, explaining exactly what to expect from the series, and then jumps right in, covering the art of Unison and Octave Doubled horn lines. Harmonizing in 3rds, 6ths and 7ths are then all explained and explored, enabling you to write awesome sounding horn sections with a variety of colors and sound. Eli then gets into voicings, including 3 and 4 note voicings, followed by Drop 2 voicings, which give your horn section parts a more spread out sound, great for wrapping around other instruments.

Finishing it up, Eli explains and demonstrates how to work and write for a five piece horn section, utilizing wide open voicings, fourths, splitting the horns so they aren’t all playing together, and combining different voicings to create a professional unified arrangement.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re ready to add some horns to your Pop productions, this series is a must see. Check out “Arranging Pop Horns Explained” today and blow up your tracks!

Arranging Pop Horns Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


Music for Tokyo Fashion Week TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 05 2017 | 377 MB

In this Webinar Series, Josh gives you a look into his completed DAW session and the “Call Sheet” he was given by the event coordinator to use as a reference for creating the music for the show. Get an inside look into this type of music production work! Josh first talks about how he got the job, what it takes to put a job like this together, and then goes right into some production elements like creating the Zipper sounds for the tracks. You’ll then get Josh’s opinions and recommendations on the microphones he used to record some of the samples in the project, and also discusses some mic choices you have for recording your own samples. Wrapping it up, Josh answers a viewers question regarding how he built his layered snare, and then gives advice on how how to save CPU power by exporting your tracks as audio files, and importing them into a new session.

Get an idea of what’s involved for fashion show music creation and some production tips along the way!

Music for Tokyo Fashion Week TUTORiAL

Pads and Atmospheres TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Pads, Atmospheres

Pads & Atmospheres TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 02 2017 | 1.92 GB

Pads, drones and textures are vital for adding the movement and depth you hear in professional productions. They glue your sounds together and provide support for your leads and melodies. This sound design master class shows you how to quickly create your own sounds and put them to use in your music. This course consists of 2 Live Online Training sessions with an Ableton Certified Trainer and 2.5 hours of HD tutorials demonstrating step by step techniques.

Pads and Atmospheres TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Piano Layering TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Piano, P2P, Layering

Piano Layering TUTORiAL

P2P | 02.08.2017 | MP4 | 237.88 MB

Learn how to thicken and balance your pianos. We’ve put together this video showing everything from eqing, processing, layering & placement to help you bring your pianos to life. No longer will your pianos sound bland & dull, check out or new tutorial now!

What will you learn?
– Utilizing multiple piano modules to create layers to form one major piano
– Processing and layering pianos to create larger spectrum pianos
– Layering 3-4 layers to achieve low/mid/high warmth within pianos
– Mid/Side Eqing to create space and clarity within your layers

Piano Layering TUTORiAL

Make Your First Future Bass Track In FL Studio TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Your First, Your, Tutorial, Track, P2P, Make, Future Bass, FL Studio, First

Make Your First Future Bass Track In FL Studio

P2P | 02 August 2017 | 567 MB

Use Free/Built-In-FL-Studio-Plugins to make a Future Bass track, Prior Experience with FL Studio Highly Suggested. If you’ve taken my free “How To Make Your First EDM Track” course, you have the prerequisite knowledge needed to take this one. Learn from EDM ghost producer  how to make a future-bass track!

Having sold thousands of dollars in ghost productions, and having made over 200+ tracks, this kid who likes to write about himself in the third person will teach you:
•How to start and finish a Future Bass track
•How to beef up a wimpy sound by using distortion
•How to create your own reversed sound effects
•How to create your own future bass supersaw sound using built-in FL Studio synths
•How to mix and master using free or built-in plugins
•How to make a future bass melody
•How to create an instrument from a vocal sample
•The “history” of future bass
•…and much more.

Make Your First Future Bass Track In FL Studio TUTORiAL

Teaching Music with Screencasting TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Teaching Music, Teaching, Screencasting, Music, ilfsn

Teaching Music with Screencasting TUTORiAL

ilfsn | 01.08.2017 | MP4 | 1.05 GB

What is Screencasting and how can you use this as a musician? In this course composer/sound designer/online trainer will guide you through how to use screen casting software and create your own music tutorial videos. It could also be an extra revenue stream for your music career. We will cover the different types of screencasting software you can use, and how to get setup and ready to record your first video. Then we will show you how you can take your screencast tutorials further with some great tips and tricks on how to make them more visually interesting and appealing. Plus, we’ll also go over how to record great voice audio for your tutorials which is a super important part of the process. Finally, we’ll show you how you can export out and share your tutorial video/s with others.

Teaching Music with Screencasting TUTORiAL

Writing your First Track TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Writing, Tutorial, Track, First Track, First

Writing your First Track TUTORiAL

ilfsn | 01.08.2017 | 644 MB

Video + Class Project

(Fundamentals of music production for beginners)

This class is made for those who have never been writing to the music but really want to start. You will learn only the basics of the music theory and music production that are needed for writing your first and simple (“simple” does not mean that it will not be beautiful). I believe that if you will write your first track before the learning of the musical theory you will have more inspiration for the further education and desire to create more wonderful tracks. In this class I will be showing everything in Ableton Live, but you can use any musical software you like. You can even do the same on your musical instruments if you like. But it will be more convenient to record your instruments as an audio file. So if you are ready, let’s begin our captivating musical journey! And may the inspiration be with you!

In this class you will:
– learn everything is needed to write your first track;
– learn some basic concepts of the music theory;
– write your first track;
– believe in your talent;
– understand that writing music is really easy;
– and of course, we will talk about the inspiration. Because it’s a very important topic.

Writing your First Track TUTORiAL

How To Create Backing Tracks Using ABLETON LiVE, audio tutorials, using, tracks, How to Create, How To, How, Create, Backing, Ableton Live

How To Create Backing Tracks Using ABLETON LiVE

ilfsn | 01.08.2017 | 2 Hours | 1.84 GB

Guide to Building Amazing Backing Tracks For Your Live Concert, Create, setup up, and play along to live backing tracks for your live concert, Have a much bigger, tighter sounding live concert
Sync video/photo/lighting content along to their live concert. As a full time touring/studio drummer, I have spent 10+ years drumming for artists from all over the world. I’ve also spent years mixing live bands on tour, and have learned the ins and outs of what makes a great live show. Almost all of the bands and musicians you look up to, play along with backing tracks. Whether it’s that extra synth part that you can’t play, or some extra percussion tracks to fill out the sound, most bands are playing along to tracks. Many of the artists I’ve toured with, play along to backing tracks, and I’ve witnessed firsthand, how important they can be to crafting a great live show.

If you’re ready to take your music to the next level, this is course is for you. In this course I’m going to teach you, step by step, how to:
– operate Ableton Live, the program that will run your tracks
– set up click tracks, and cues to direct the band
– sync logos and videos along to your tracks
– sync a lighting show to your tracks
– loop song sections on the fly
– set up your backing tracks system on stage
– I’m always active on the Q/A, and will always answer any questions you have on this course.


How To Create Backing Tracks Using ABLETON LiVE

Structuring your Hip Hop Record TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Structuring, Record, ilfsn, Hip Hop

Structuring your Hip Hop Record TUTORiAL

ilfsn | 01.08.2017 | 522 MB

Video + Class Project

Song structure is the composition of sequences in a form such that the end result is a song. Students should enroll to find out about structure types and how to better evolve your Hip-Hop records. In this class, I will be going over elements of a song and the utilization of creative freedom in your songs to give them an identity. In this project, I will be diving into an instrumental I produced and breaking down each section. After watching, you’ll be able to structure your own song!

This class is geared towards artists and producers alike to better understand song structure. No prior knowledge will be necessary as I will be explaining the process using beginner’s terms.

Structuring your Hip Hop Record TUTORiAL

More EDM Insider Secrets TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Secrets, More, Insider, EDM

More EDM Insider Secrets TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | July 31 2017 | 641 MB

Pro DJ / EDM Producer returns with a follow up to his smash hit “EDM Insider Secrets”. Learn tons of awesome tips and tricks that can be applied to any style of Electronic Music, and make better, more interesting tracks and productions today! Chris starts with cool videos on using Logic’s Autofilter plug-in, to manipulate and enhance your tracks. Even if you don’t have Logic, Chris’s ideas and techniques can be applied to any DAW. Next, see clever ways to utilize Noise Gates in your tracks, including very unconventional ways of using them to enhance sounds and parts. Transition FX are up next, and Chris goes deep into making them from scratch, so you can really see what they’re all about and how they function in a track.

Feeling crazy? Chris reveals his methods of mayhem when building Arpeggiators that add both rhythmic and atmospheric pleasure to synth parts in your productions, making them jump out and groove hard.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for detailed info. If you’re ready for more cool ways to fortify your electronic music tracks, this series is a must see. Check out “More EDM Insider Secrets” today!

More EDM Insider Secrets TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


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