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ADSR Sounds releases Breaking Beats video tutorial course

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ADSR Sounds has launched Breaking Beats, a 38 video tutorial course in which Bassgorilla teaches beat programming and drum design.

Find Out How YOU Can Make Drums That Will Completely Change Your Music & Up Your Game!

Bassgorilla shares with you everything he knows about how to create dancefloor-demolishing drums that make more impact than a wrecking ball to a six-storey building.

After this step-by-step course, you’ll have the skills at your disposal to create drum sounds and program beats using a wide range of cutting-edge techniques used by some of the best producers in EDM and bass music today.

The course is available for purchase for $47 USD.

More information: ADSR / Breaking Beats

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CreativeLive intros Mastering The Maschine with JK Swopes

CreativeLive has launched Mastering The Maschine with JK Swopes, a video tutorial course in which JK will lead you through an in-depth exploration of Native Instruments Maschine.

If you’re ready to take your production to the next level, join CreativeLive and JK Swopes (and guests Doug Lazy aka Knocksquared and Ken “Flux” Pierce) for an in-depth exploration of Maschine, the revolutionary way to sequence, sample, and add effects to any musical project.

Throughout this two day course, you’ll learn everything you need to know to take advantage of this unique, powerful beatmaking production system — including its sequencer, sampler, and internal fx. JK will also cover the basics of working with Maschine’s extensive built-in library of sounds. JK will also cover the tricks and hacks that let you use Maschine to author your own library of sounds to use in your tracks. From fatter kicks to deeper snares, you’ll learn about simple tweaks you can add to any track to make it more complex and compelling.

No matter what genre of music you’re passionate about, this course will give you the tools you need to work effortlessly and innovatively.

The course costs $99 USD. You can view it free of charge on June 3rd, from 9:00am – 4:00pm (Los Angeles Time), or get anytime access for $79 USD.

More information: CreativeLive / The Maschine with JK Swopes

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ADSR Sounds intros Reaktor Core Masterclass video course

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ADSR Reaktor Core Masterclass

ADSR Sounds has launched Reaktor Core Masterclass, a video tutorial course on the Core programming environment in Reaktor.

Reaktor Core is a complex and sophisticated programming environment that can be used to create almost any sound generator or effect you can imagine. However, even experienced Reaktor users are often confused by it.

In this course, we’ll show you how to use Core from the ground up – learn the advantages Core has over Reaktor Primary, how to take advantage of different signal types, and how to create basic building blocks for synthesis such as oscillators and envelopes.

In addition, we cover the Partials Framework, an advanced set of tools released by Native Instruments to facilitate programming additive and modal synthesis. The Partials Framework is used as the basis for Razor, possibly the most popular Reaktor synthesizer ever.

The 3 hours course (21 videos) is available for purchase for $37 USD.

More information: ADSR Sounds / Reaktor Core Masterclass

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Chris Nothdurfter launches #HitIt – The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums

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#HitIt - The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums

Chris Nothdurfter has announced #HitIt – The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums, a new book that takes an exclusive look behind the scenes of modern music production.

Whether you are a bedroom warrior or a seasoned engineer – you will have to program drums at some point eventually. Chris started out as a songwriter and figured out how to make programmed drums sound as human as possible through experimenting as much as he could. Now, after years of successfully producing countless tracks in different genres he decided to pass on his knowledge.

Spanning over 154 pages and including 150 example grooves and fills this book will teach you everything you need to know about drum programming – from creating your first beat to programming complex fills for Pop, Rock, and Metal. Furthermore it covers ghost notes, side stick playing, Snare drum comping, Hi-hat barking, double Bass drum, and Blast beats.

In the “Humanizing” chapter you will learn what it takes to get the most out of your drum tracks and how to modify velocities and quantization to make them sound as natural as it gets.

All the examples in #HitIt – The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums are shown in a platform­independent way so that you can recreate them regardless of the drum software and DAW you use.

Along with the book you get access to a host of bonus resources such as additional chapters (“Odd time signatures” and “Mixing tips”), MIDI file download, discount on an upcoming drum programming video course, access to an online discussion group, and a full 30-day money-back guarantee.

Last but not least you’ll be eligible to enter the #HitItChallenge2014 drum programming competition for a chance to win one of three copies of Toontrack’s new EZdrummer 2.

#HitIt – The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums is available for purchase for $24.99 USD. A free sample download, video trailers and additional information is available from the website.

More information: #HitIt – The Ultimate Guide to Programming Drums

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The Sound Training Centre launches Electronic Music Production With Full Tilt

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The Sound Training Centre has announced the launch of Electronic Music Production With Full Tilt, its first online course.

Electronic Music Production With Full Tilt

Based in Temple Bar, Dublin, has been teaching music industry professionals for over 25 years. Past graduates have worked with Michael Jackson, Will, I. Am., The Script, and Rihanna, to name but a few. Due to international demand, the highly renowned Sound Training education is now available online.

The course provides an in-depth approach to producing electronic music using Logic Pro X. It is a comprehensive 12 week programme taught by the highly renowned dance music act Full Tilt, who will help elevate your tracks to a professional standard using all of the tips and tricks of the trade. Full Tilt provide weekly personalised feedback and guidance on production-based assignments, and with over 10 years of experience producing electronic music, they will help guide your initial track ideas into finished productions.

This course consists of two 6 week modules: Production 101 and Production 201. In Production 101, students will learn the wide range of production tools required to begin producing Electronic Music. The module begins by launching Logic Pro X for the very first time, and finishes with you creating a mixed arrangement. Topics covered include Drums & Rhythm, Music Theory, Synthesis, Sampling, Compression, Automation, and Mixing. Production 201 practically applies the material covered throughout Production 101, in order for you to create a fully produced, mixed and mastered track of your own. Students have the option of creating a remix of an existing track, or an entirely original production. Throughout the module, Full Tilt produce a fully mixed and mastered track from scratch, giving you unrivalled access to the in-depth production process from start to finish. Topics covered include Vocal Processing, Drums & Bass, Hooks & Leads, Track Arrangement, Mixing, and Mastering.

Exclusive downloadable content is included on the course, such as Sample Packs, Remix Files, and Synthesizer Patches. All Sound Training Online students can also avail of a 20% discount on any sample packs provided by our official sample partner Prime Loops. Once the course has been completed, students can still access all course material for an additional 90 days and review it as often as they like.

The full 12-week course is available for purchase for the introductory price of 895 EUR until May 31st, 2014 (regular 995 EUR). Individual modules are 545 EUR each. A free 7 day trial is available upon request.

More information: The Sound Training Centre

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Producertech releases Producer’s Guide to Music Theory with Maschine

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Producertech has launched Producer’s Guide to Music Theory with Maschine, a video tutorial course by Rob Jones.

Producer’s Guide to Music Theory with Maschine

If you own Maschine and feel you could do with a bit more knowledge on the theoretical side of music, to help you understand how to create basslines, chord sequences and other musical parts in a particular key, then this course is for you.

Created by accomplished music producer and classically trained musician, Rob Jones, the course begins by explaining the principles of the key of a song and what major and minor scales are, before showing how that knowledge can be used to make melodies or riffs using various intervals and chords, in order to produce basslines, a main hook, lead or pad sound, to create the main groove or form the breakdown of a track.

As well as showing many examples of all of the techniques taught, which are outlined in the written notes and saved into the Maschine project files that come with the course, there are also exercise projects, for practicing identifying keys and making basslines or chord sequences, to put your newly acquired skills to the test. Check out the free lesson excerpt below before signing up, for an example of the course content and delivery…

The course is available for purchase for £19.95 GBP.

More information: Producertech / Music Theory with Maschine

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The Business of Music Licensing eBook by Emmett Cooke

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The Business of Music Licensing

Emmett Cooke has recently launched The Business of Music Licensing, an eBook dedicated to giving you an in-depth guide to the Music Licensing Industry.

It explains exactly how to make money from your music through “licensing” or “publishing” your tracks.

Whether you make music full time, or just as a hobby, this eBook will guide you through the exact path required to start earning money from your tracks.

The Business of Music Licensing contains over 70 pages of useful information on a wide range of topics on the music licensing industry.

The Business of Music Licensing

  • What the music licensing industry is, how it looks, how it works, and how your music can earn money in it.
  • An explanation of all the terms you’ll encounter in music licensing.
  • How to avoid scams.
  • What are PROs/PRS’.
  • Exclusive vs. Non-Exclusive.
  • Cue Sheets.
  • Types of music licensing deals.
  • A 3 Year Plan.
  • Meta Tagging.
  • Tips for increasing your income.
  • A list of over 200 good music libraries/publishers to work with.
  • Much more!

The eBook is available for purchase for 12.99 EUR.

More information: The Business of Music Licensing

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