Recording Fundamentals TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Recording, ilfsn, Fundamentals

Recording Fundamentals TUTORiAL

ilfsn | 30.08.2017 | 3.3 Hours | 1.52 GB

Based on the knowledge and experience of award-winning veterans of the music production and record industries, Recording Fundamentals with Dave Darlington provides all the essentials you need to help you make recordings in your studio that compare to those from the top facilities in the business. Hosted and written by two-time Grammy®-winning recording engineer/producer David Darlington, and co-written and directed by producer and music-technology veteran Rusty Cutchin, the series covers all the fundamentals from basic sound and electronics to mixing, mastering, and distribution while providing insider tips and tricks gleaned from a combined 80 years of music making, recording, and educating with some of the biggest names in the business.

Recording Fundamentals TUTORiAL

Improve Your Funk Mixes TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Your, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Mixes, Improve, Funk Mixes, Funk

Improve Your Funk Mixes TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 29 2017 | 865 MB

Learn how to mix a funky pop record from start to finish including levels, EQ, compression, effects and more. Includes multitracks for practice.


  • Help dark vocals cut through a mix with compression and de-essing
  • Achieve a consistent, full-bodied lead vocal with parallel compression
  • Help competing bass tracks find their own space in the mix with EQ
  • Give dry synths depth and ambience with modulation effects
  • Transform flappy low-end into one that’s punchy, solid and tight
  • Blend several kicks to give static drums a natural acoustic feel
  • Use M/S processing to get small synth tracks to sound large and wide
  • Compare mix buss compressors to find the one that’s right for the song

Improve Your Funk Mixes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Introduction to Songwriting TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TV, Tutorial, Songwriting, P2P, Introduction, Film

Introduction to Songwriting TUTORiAL

P2P | 29 August 2017 | 73 MB

Becoming a successful songwriter takes equal parts inspiration, mechanics, and marketing. You need to know how to craft compelling songs and understand music theory and sell yourself in a competitive industry. Join Cliff Goldmacher in this course for an introduction to the major aspects of songwriting. He starts with breaking down what it means to be a songwriter and the skills you need to succeed. He reviews the fundamental concepts such as rhythm, harmony, melody, lyrics, and music notation. He then dives into the business side of music—topics like publishing, record labels, placement, copyright, music law, and contracts. Last but not least, Cliff reviews the various jobs available in songwriting, which range from staff songwriter for a record label to music supervisor for TV or film.

Introduction to Songwriting TUTORiAL

Logic Pro X: Get Professional Mixes on Your Instrumentals, audio tutorials, Your, Professional Mixes, Professional, Mixes, Logic Pro X, Instrumentals, ilfsn, Get

Logic Pro X: Get Professional Mixes on Your Instrumentals

ilfsn | 29.08.2017 | 3.69 GB

3 Hours + Project Source File

If you want to get pro mixes on your beats and you use Logic Pro X, then please continue reading. One of the leading causes of missed opportunities in music production is having a bad mix, wether you’re competing at a beat battle, submitting music for a placement opportunity, or selling your music in person or online to an independent recording artist. And if you’ve been struggling to achieve success in these areas it might be that you need to improve your mixing skills. I was once in your shoes, a music producer with great talent in the area of creating beats, but lacking in the area of mixing my beats. I would send my beats to an artist or manager and would get the same response, “you need to work on your mix!”. So thats what I did. But like you, it became very frustrating searching online for the answers, simply because all of the information was either incomplete or scattered. So after many years and even getting a degree in Recording Arts, I finally found a way to make sure that my mixes are on point, and after you take this course you will too.

In this “Logic Pro X Mixing Course For Beat Makers” you will:
– Understand the mixing process
– Address several things hurting your beats
– Improve your sound
– Make your beats sound more professional
– Operate Logic Pro X’s stock plugins to get a better mix!
– And much more!

The course starts with tips to help improve your beats and make it easier during the mixing process by selecting the right sounds. After taking the first module you will understand why certain sounds work well together and why others don’t.

The course also comes with downloadable source files to a beat that we will mix together in Logic Pro X step by step, covering mixing techniques such as:
– Organization
– Leveling and Equalization
– Compression
– Adding Effects
– Panning
– Automation
– Adding final touches to your mix
– And even several mastering short cuts to boost the overall volume of your beats!
– If you have any questions or suggestions along the way, I am here for you and will respond within 24hrs.

So if you are someone who is new to mixing your beats or someone with experience that would like to polish up your mixing skills in Logic Pro X…

Then enroll in this course today!

Logic Pro X: Get Professional Mixes on Your Instrumentals–Get-Professional-Mixes-on-Your-Instrumentals.html

How To Mix Your Low End TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Your, Tutorial, P2P, Mix, Low End, Low, How to Mix, How To, End

How To Mix Your Low End TUTORiAL

P2P | Oct 30 2014 | 451.5 MB

A tutorial series on how to mix low end frequencies. The example is drum and bass but it can be applied to many electronic genres of music.

1 – Mixing Kick & Snare
2 – Reese Bass
3 – Improving The Bassline
4 – Sub Bass
5 – EQing Your Mid Bass
6 – Low Cutting Your Mid Bass And Setting Levels
7 – Using Distortion To Add Harmonics
8 – Mid Side EQ
9 – Multiband Compression On Low-Mids
10 – Tuning Your Kick & Setting Levels
11 – Sidechain Compression
12 – Sidechain alternative (BETTER)
13 – Gentle Compression And Reverb
14 – hats and percs

How To Mix Your Low End TUTORiAL

Cleaning Up Vocal Tracks TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Vocal, Up, Tutorial, tracks, P2P, Cleaning Up, Cleaning

Cleaning Up Vocal Tracks TUTORiAL

P2P | Sept 02 2015 | 759 MB

In this tutorial, learn how to fix a vocal track that was recorded in a less than ideal environment. Maybe the vocalist recorded in an untreated room or had a noisy microphone cable. Luckily there are things you can do to remove part of the room and noise from the take. Doing these things before you add effects like compression, reverb and delay is very important.

Cleaning Up Vocal Tracks TUTORiAL

Crowdfunding Secrets For Musicians and Creatives, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Secrets, Musicians, ilfsn, Crowdfunding, Creatives

Crowdfunding Secrets For Musicians & Creatives

ilfsn | 26.08.2017 | 416 MB

Video + Class Project File

I just finished my 4th crowdfunding campaign for a new album which raised over $45,000 USD on Kickstarter. In total I have raised over $100,000 USD using the crowdfunding platform for three albums and one book. In this course I show you the exact marketing strategies I use to engage an audience and gain their support to back my campaigns. I have put this course together for you – to which you have full lifetime access, including all the updates. You also get direct access to me to ask any questions you have about setting up and or promoting your campaign. I “take you by the hand” and “behind the scenes” and show you everything, explaining it in simple detail with videos and written support lectures.

Crowdfunding Secrets For Musicians & Creatives

Mastering EDM For Loudness TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Mastering EDM, Mastering, Loudness, EDM

Mastering EDM For Loudness TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 27 2017 | 1.32 GB

Getting your tracks to sound as big and loud as commercial EDM tracks is not easy. It takes production skill, great sound design, a well-balanced mixdown, and mastering chops to get to the insane loudness levels of today’s EDM tracks. Whatever your opinion is on the loudness war, maximum loudness is essential when it comes to EDM – especially if you’re looking to get spins in the clubs. Mastering EDM for loudness can be done in a number of different ways. In this course, you’ll learn the tricks of the trade, the plugins and the techniques used to achieve maximum loudness. Whether you’re looking to master house, trance, mainroom, or anything in between, this course will show you how to master your electronic music to be loud, clear and punching through those club systems.

When mastering for loudness you’ll be using tools like:
– Mid/Side EQ
– Multi-Band compression
– Saturation
– Parallel processing
– Limiting

…along with some other goodies to achieve that “wall of sound” effect that many EDM tracks possess – and can sometimes be very difficult to achieve.

This course was made using Ableton Live and its native plugins, along with a number of free plugins, to master a festival-style EDM track for maximum loudness. If you’re not an Ableton Live user, fret not, because you can use ANY DAW. Links to download the free plugins used in the course will be provided to you when you sign up as well.

If you’re looking to push your tracks to commercial-level loudness while still maintaining listening quality, this course is for you.

Mastering EDM For Loudness TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Microphone Preamps Explained TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, SYNTHiC4TE, Preamps, Microphone, Explained

Microphone Preamps Explained TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 27 2017 | 676 MB

New to recording with Microphone Preamps? Not sure of the differences between a $100 preamp and a $1000 preamp? Well pull up a seat and hang out with Scottie Dugan and Brian Zieske, as they show you everything you need to know to get started with using microphone preamps! This series is designed for those who never used a microphone preamp before, and want to know about all the common features and controls found on mic pres, as well as how to set them up. It also touches on how the components and circuit design varies between units, and gives some sonic examples between an inexpensive “all-in-one” mic pre / audio interface and more expensive stand alone mic pres. It’s not a mic-pre “shoot out” however, and we chose the MOTU because there are so many out in the field, and the others because they are studio staples.

Scottie starts off the series welcoming you, and then gives a crash course on Mic Preamps, covering what they are and do, they’re different features and functions, and how to hook them up.

Scottie then turns the show over to his friend and colleague Brian Zieske, who invites you into his pro studio for some critical listening videos featuring different types of Mic Pres on different sources. Instruments include Electric & Acoustic Guitars, Fender Rhodes, a Juno 60 Synth, Bass Guitar, Vocals, and Drums, so you can really hear the differences between various mic preamps. (High quality monitoring or headphones recommended.)

Wrapping it up, you’ll learn about one of the most important, but often overlooked aspects of using a microphone preamp, Gain Structure. With this set correctly, you’ll get much better sounding recordings and have correct levels into your recording interface, and that’s a good thing.

See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re just getting started recording and have no clue what a microphone preamp is, just want to brush up on using them, or hear the differences they make on different sources, check out “Microphone Preamps Explained®” today!

Microphone Preamps Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Tune Explained TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, Tutorial, Tune, SYNTHiC4TE, Explained

Tune Explained TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | August 27 2017 | 325 MB

In-depth series on using the powerful pitch editing plug-in Tune! Watch and learn what every function and button does, as well as see it used in-action. Eli starts by welcoming you and gives a solid overview of the plug-in and what it can do, followed by a tour of all its main sections. You’ll then see how to get up and running fast with Waves Tune via a quick start video, and then a deeper dive into its editing tools, graphic mode, adding or removing vibrato, and some great tips and tricks. See the individual tutorial descriptions below for more info. If you’re new to Tune, or just want to know more about it, Eli has your back… Watch “Tune Explained®” today!

Tune Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE


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