Fundamental 10 Drums and Programming 2 TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Programming, Fundamental, Drums

Fundamental Drums & Programming 2 TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Jan 11 2016 | 3.18 GB

Fundamentals are our range of video tutorials that are dedicated to the ‘fundamental’ production techniques and procedures that all practicing EDM producers should be completely versed in. Covering topics such as drum programming, music theory, formal structure and ear training techniques. Fundamental 10 returns to where our series originally began, to discuss and dissect one of the most fundamental elements of dance music; rhythm. Picking right up where Fundamental 1 left off, for this second volume and running over 10 hours we look deeper into the advanced creation of drum loops, programming and rhythm. Starting with an updated look towards percussive sound design for kicks, snares, claps and hi-hats through layering and synthesis we then move onto producing professional loops and rhythms. Whereas in the first volume we examined the basics of the four to the floor and modulation, for this tutorial we go deeper into rhythm examining subjects such as meter, variation, quantisation and humanising.

By constructing a number of drum loops in the tutorial, we show how to make random samples “glue” together to produce a cohesive professional loop, show how to create complex hi-hat patterns, introduce the theory and practice of swing and groove and discuss how to create acoustic fills and rolls. We also examine the importance of dynamics, logarithmic patterning, sequential programming, drive, tempo changes, live MIDI drum recording (basic finger drumming), pitch processing and the uses and tuning practice behind fifth, seventh and ninth drums and their uses in todays electronic dance music.

The tutorial then finishes with a closer examination and importance of buss processing, including a look at the latest techniques such as mid/side reverb and expansion alongside compression, delay, buss EQ, distortion & modulation.

Fundamental 10 Drums and Programming 2 TUTORiAL

Sessions 04 Compressors TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Sessions, DMP, Compressors

Sessions 04 Compressors TUTORiAL

TEAM MAGNETRiXX | 28 May 2013 | 862 MB

Tutorial Runtime: 3hr 35minutes

The theory and practice of studio audio compressors and compression in dance music. Studio compressors form an absolute essential part of any dance musicians set-up. Hardware or software, what was once an imperceptible processor, it has become central to the sound of dance music today. However, there is more to using compression than just dropping it onto an audio trackCompressors are designed to be a transparent processor. If they’re used correctly, they shouldn’t be noticeable but this also makes it one of the most least understood processes in music production. After all, if you can’t hear it, how do you know you’ve applied it correctly?

For this sessions tutorial we lift the lid off what is often considered one of the most confusing processes in the studio. We not only examine the controls and how they affect the audio, we also look into the different types of compression from Opto to VCA, FET and MU, and discuss the audible differences between each to help you decide which is the best type of compressor to use in your projects.

We also discuss how compression has moved from being an imperceptible processor into an obvious audio effect that is now requisite for most dance music styles, and how to use as such. A thorough and concise understanding of compressors and audio compression will not only improve the sound of your mixes but also help in all stages of the production process from recording to mixing.

Tutorial Contents:
Session 01: Compressors and Levelling Amplifiers: 20 minutes.
In this first session, we introduce the principle of musical dynamics and why compressors were introduced into recording studios

Session 02: Compression Theory: 38 minutes.
Here we examine the theory of compression including a look at logarithmic scales, decibels, threshold, ratio’s, attack, release, make-up gain and how knee’s operate on a compressor.

Session 03: Acoustic Science: 25 Minutes.
For this session we take a look at some basic acoustic science and discover how our hearing reacts to different stimuli alongside examining the principles of Phons and Sons

Session 05: Practical Compression: 40 minutes
We now put all the theory we’ve discussed into practice and look at how we set up and use a compressor to prevent peaks and also level audio.

Session 05: Different Compressors: 70 Minutes
Any discussion about compression leads to the subject of harmonic distortion and different compression artefacts. Here we discuss the differences between Opto, FET, VCA and Vari MU compressors alongside listening to some examples of these compressors in action.

Session 06: Compression Techniques: 22 Minutes
We take a quick look at some advanced compression techniques consisting of parallel compression, serial compression, EQ/Sibilance control and the now ubiquitous production method of pumping a mix .

Sessions 04 Compressors TUTORiAL

Moog Modular V Advanced TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Moog, Modular, Advanced

Moog Modular V Advanced TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Sept 11 2017 | 391 MB

There’s no doubt about it: Moog Modular V is a very complex instrument. And now that you’ve learned the essentials, it’s time to dive deeper and discover the advanced features of this powerful modular soft synth with sound designer Rishabh Rajan! Moog Modular V emulates all the complexities and nuances of the legendary Moog Modular series and then some! With its arpeggiator, Bode frequency shifter, ring modulator, and sample & hold modules, this soft synth truly offers limitless sound design possibilities. But like any modular synth, you have to know what you’re doing! In this course, synthesis expert carefully explains Moog Modular V’s advanced modules and features. He starts with a detailed look at the sequencer, explaining all its functions and peculiarities. Next, you learn how to use the very rare and sought-after 1630 Bode Frequency Shifter and how to create speech-like, vowel sounds using the Formant Filter. Rishabh also covers the Ring Modulator, Trigger Delay, Sample & Hold Envelope Follower modules, effects and a lot, lot more!

So join sound designer in this advanced 17-tutorial course, and supercharge your brain with some advanced modular synthesis knowledge!

Moog Modular V Advanced TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

The Study of Orchestration CDs, audio tutorials, Study, P2P, Orchestration, CDs

The Study of Orchestration CDs

P2P | CD Set Untouched | 4.01 GB

Learning Orchestration

The third edition of this high successful orchestration text follows the approach established in its innovative predecessor: Learning orchestration is best achieved through familiarity with the orchestral literature; this familiarity is most effectively accomplished from the music notation in combination with the recorded sound. The text has been revised to reflect the most informed reactions to the first and second editions, as well as Professor Adler’s revisions. For comprehensiveness, conciseness, and contemporaneity, The Study of Orchestration remains without peer.
The third edition of Adler’s essential text on orchestration and instrumentation contains expanded treatment on the trombone, the harp, the orchestral percussion section, and string techniques. A chapter is included for transcribing orchestral works to the various combinations of instruments used in public school music groups.

 The Study of Orchestration, 3e― provides aural reinforcement of the examples in the text and workbook.

The Study of Orchestration CDs

MASCHiNE Know How Bass Synth TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Synth, Maschine, Know, How, Bass Synth, Bass

MASCHiNE Know-How Bass Synth TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Sept 08 2017 | 213 MB

MASCHINE guru reveals the new MASCHINE built-in virtual instrument, Bass Synth! Learn all about this cool virtual instrument and see how to use it and create new sounds. Sami begins with a detailed overview of Bass Synth including a general overview of its tonal characteristics and where to find its presets. He then showcases some presets as well as how to edit them, and create entirely new sounds such as a Pad. See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re needing a killer Bass VI for your MASCHINE rig, checkout “MASCHINE Know-How: Bass Synth” today!


Learn to Compose Video Game Music in FL Studio in 1 hour! TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, video game, Tutorial, P2P, Music, Learn, FL Studio, Compose, 1 hour

Learn to Compose Video Game Music in FL Studio in 1 hour! TUTORiAL

P2P | 19 January 2016 | 257 MB

Learn to compose music in FL Studio. This course is only 1 hour long. Make the best use of your time by taking this course.  One of the best features is that you can watch the courses at any speed you want. This means you can speed up the or slow down the video if you want to. This course is project based so you will not be learning a bunch of useless coding practices. At the end of this course you will have real world apps to use in your portfolio. We feel that project based training content is the best way to get from A to B. Taking this course means that you learn practical, employable skills immediately.  You can use the projects you build in this course to add to your LinkedIn profile. Give your portfolio fuel to take your career to the next level.

Learning how to code is a great way to jump in a new career or enhance your current career. Coding is the new math and learning how to code will propel you forward for any situation. Learn it today and get a head start for tomorrow. People who can master technology will rule the future.

You will get full lifetime access to this course for a single one off fee. John Bura has created many games, apps and training courses so he is extremely qualified to teach you how to master technology. This is an instructor that does not only teach, he produces apps. This means you get the most relevant information on how to code. Most courses do not show you practical skills and real world examples.

Learn to Compose Video Game Music in FL Studio in 1 hour! TUTORiAL–TUTORiAL.html

FL Studio No Music Training Required TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Training, Required, P2P, No Music, FL Studio

FL Studio No Music Training Required TUTORiAL

P2P | 19 January 2016 | 1.24 GB

“I know Music Producers make Hundreds of Thousands of Dollars selling beats and songs to other artists, composing music for games and movies, and from record sales, but they must be wizards or something or went to an expensive college to learn.” “I want to be the next big music producer, but I’ve never played an instrument. That means I can’t do it.” “I love listening to music, but I can’t figure out where to start to make my own. Is it even possible for me?” “I’ve been searching for resources online to learn Music Production, but I can’t find anything!” For some reason people think that you need to have music experience or untapped innate musical talent to become a Music Producer. Even more common than that is the idea that Music Production is hard. People have hundreds of excuses why they feel they can’t become a Producer, but there’s something I’m going to tell you here that will change your life: Anyone can learn Music Production. Music Production is completely different from playing instruments and you don’t need to know how to read music. Most famous DJs like Avicii and Martin Garrix have no musical training and taught themselves everything they know.

One and a half months after learning Music Production I got a job in the music industry making hundreds of dollars per song I made. This was all entirely self-taught and without formal musical training and the job practically fell into my lap! This was only possible because of the powerful learning methods I developed. If I knew this sooner then I wouldn’t have had to suffer through a normal and boring life full of stress and work and I could have been enjoying every single day on this beautiful planet because I could set my own hours and my work was one of the most fun things anyone can do.

I was shocked that it was so simple. I asked myself everyday if I should keep my methods a secret so I could maintain my advantage, but I then I realized that I can permanently change thousands of good people’s lives by teaching this. I knew I couldn’t hold this back from the world, but I also knew that I couldn’t give this information for free. That’s why I made this course, so only people that are interested in investing in their future and changing their lives could learn what I know.

Here are a few examples:
• Learn by making 2+ Professional Songs with your own personal melodies!
• Learn and understand FL Studio 12 inside and out, from the beginning straight up to Mixing and Mastering your very own beats and songs.
• Learn what steps to take to start making money from your skills as soon as possible.
• And much more, resulting in 3 COURSES worth of value!!!

FL Studio No Music Training Required TUTORiAL

Dave On Drums TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, on, Drums, Dave

Dave On Drums TUTORiAL

ilfsn | 08.09.2017 | 1.27 GB

3 Hours

Grammy Award–winning mix engineer Dave Pensado drills down on teaching you how to get your drums sounding just right! Without a strong drum sound, it’s harder to achieve a strong rhythm and groove within a mix. Topics covered include adding punch to your kick, snares, and toms, shaping transients to give your drums depth and life, getting your 808s to hit right and achieving perfect balance between live and programmed drums. Dave also goes over mixing various types of kick drums, bringing your live recordings to life, mixing drum room tracks to make them sit better with the kit, mixing hi-hat tracks and the secret to getting your kick and bass to fit in the same frequency range. Dave then covers making cymbals fit perfectly in the mix, humanizing digital tracks for feel and groove, parallel compression techniques to bring elements to life, and retaining transients when using limiters.

Dave digs in deeper and goes over mixing big drums for maximum impact, new approaches to using sidechain compression techniques, balancing bass and kicks with EQ tricks, creating samples from your drum recording sessions, achieving the ’80s snare drum sound and creating drum loops for your productions.

Wrapping it all up Dave demonstrates mixing 808 kick drums to fit in your mix better, triggering effects on your drum tracks using samples, mixing massive kick drums, mixing big, fat snares to glue into your mix perfectly, creating and using reverse snare drums in your mix and fixing your drum transients.

As a bonus, this series also includes an episode in which Greg Wells and Ian MacGregor share their drum tracking process… Prepare to take your drum mixes to the next level!

Dave On Drums TUTORiAL

How To Use Mastering The Mix Reference TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Use, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Reference, Mix, Mastering The Mix, Mastering, How To use, How To, How

How To Use Reference TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Sept 07 2017 | 615 MB

Reference from Mastering the Mix is an intelligent and indespensable tool for comparing your music to any Referfence tracks you may be working with. Tools like Trinity Display, Level Match, Track Align and Wave Transport can provide accurate and inspiring insights to help you make better production decisions. This 9-part course helps you explore the practical features of Reference to not only understand what they can do but more importantly discover first hand how to implement these tools into your workflow. In this 9-part video course, experienced sound designer, Jonny Strinati takes you through all the features found in Reference – a powerful tool to help you match your favourite mixes from Mastering the Mix. This series demonstrates how Reference works in practical terms. As you build a techno track you’ll see when and how to use Reference at various stages in the production process to help you make the right mixing and production decisions.

That includes during the sample selection process, working on the right balance, frequency balance, analysing the stereo image and more. You’ll also learn how Reference can be used during the mastering process including using the LUFS tool to help to guide you towards creating a loud, fat sounding track

How To Use Mastering The Mix Reference TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Mastering EDM With FF Plugins TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Plugins, Mastering EDM, Mastering, FF Plugins, FF, EDM

Mastering EDM With FF Plugins TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | Sept 07 2017 | 1.89 GB

Every producer and mastering engineer has his or her own favorite, go-to plugins. Each set of plugins has its advantages, including native plugins. However, we find that some plugins go above and beyond in terms of quality, sound, flexibility, and ease of use. FF plugins do just that. Using FF plugins to master your tracks can transform the way you approach mastering. Not only are they some of the best-sounding plugins on the market, they’re also very flexible – and offer beautiful interfaces to make your mastering sessions a joy. In this course, you’ll learn how to master your tracks using FF plugins. We’ll tackle a problematic mixdown as we dive deep into FF various plugins. We will cover each plugin’s settings to address mastering goals that we’ll set together as we listen to the track.

All major aspects of mastering are covered in this comprehensive course, including:
– Stereo Processing
– Mid/Side EQ
– Harmonic Distortion
– Compression
– Limiting
– Parallel Processing

We will take it one step at a time as we listen to the track and set our goals. Next, we’ll address each of those goals as we walk through the proper settings for each plugin we use.
If you’re looking to use FabFilter plugins to master your tracks on a professional level, this course is for you…

Course Requirements:
• Familiarity with your DAW and the general use of plugins within it
• A track of your own, already mixed-down and ready to be mastered
FF Pro-Q, Pro-C, Pro-L, Pro-MB, and Saturn

Mastering EDM With FF Plugins TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


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