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macProVideo launches Jeremy Ellis: Produce, Perform & Prevail!

Jeremy Ellis: Produce, Perform & Prevail!

macProVideo has announced the release of Jeremy Ellis: Produce, Perform & Prevail!, a video tutorial on Native Instruments Maschine 2.0.

When Jeremy Ellis creates a Maschine video for Native Instruments, it’s a major event! In this exclusive course Jeremy breaks it all down explaining how he produced and performed the entire NI promo track! Watch and learn as Jeremy and Maschine make music together!

Jeremy Ellis is a finger drumming virtuoso. This course takes you inside Jeremy’s head (scary!) giving you the inside story on his Maschine Studio workflow. You see both his creative and technical processes unfold right before your eyes as he reveals the key ingredients that flavor his now famous Maschine Studio, Native Instruments music video.

The video is available to macProVideo subscribers ($25 USD/mth), and as a HD download for $19.50 USD.

More information: macProVideo / Produce, Perform & Prevail!

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ADSR Sounds intros NI Massive Masterclass for Massive 1.4

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ADSR Sounds has announced its updated NI Massive Masterclass video course, completely remade for Massive v1.4.

ADSR Sounds NI Massive Masterclass

11 videos / Over 3 hours of expert tuition on every single feature and function of NI Massive. Every feature, button and knob in Massive thoroughly explained – the most comprehensive NI Massive video course available!

ADSR and massivesynth.com released the original Learn Every Function & Feature Of Massive course to help beginners deepen their understanding of Massive and to offer intermediate, self-taught producers access to some features they may not have previously thought to incorporate into their sound designs.

The updated version of Learn Every Function & Feature Of Massive advances this vision, bringing fresh insights and detailed instruction on the most up-to-date version of Native Instruments’ Massive.

This major course update covers all the basics of using Massive plus gives you advanced insights into all the new and updated features released with Massive 1.4.

The course is available to purchase for $39 USD.

More information: ADSR Sounds / NI Massive Masterclass

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ADSR Sounds releases ZEBRA – Filters Masterclass

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ADSR Zebra Filters Masterclass

ADSR Sounds has introduced ZEBRA – Filters Masterclass, a video tutorial by Jorgalad for u-he’s Zebra synthesizer instrument.

‘Zebra – Filters Masterclass‘ takes the guesswork out of producing with Zebra, putting you in total control of one of the world’s most powerful and flexible synths.

These in-depth videos start out at the very start (with the beginner in mind) right through to the advanced features such as filter feedback, advanced modulation, FM filters and much more!

This course includes 15 videos totalling over 200 minutes of in-depth instruction whether you are a beginner or you already know your ways around a synth, with this course you will end up with an advanced, practical understanding of all the different filters and an expert know-how on filter theory. You’ll also learn how to use the filters on a creative level which will help take your tracks to another level!

The course is available to purchase for $27 USD.

More information: ADSR Sounds / ZEBRA – Filters Masterclass

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Diego Stocco releases FFS 02 Convolution Processing

FFS 02 Convolution Processing

Diego Stocco has launched FFS 02 Convolution Processing, the second title in the Feedforward Sounds series of videos based on advanced and experimental sound design techniques created by Diego.

Convolution processors are used for a variety of applications these days, emulation of real acoustic spaces, sonic behavior of hardware devices and more. When used properly they can add an aura or realism to the initial sound source.

But the concept of “reality” in sound is exactly what a sound designer intends to transform, so rather than using a convolution processor as a static tool to approximate reality I decided to use it in a different way, to perform with sound design as it would be possible to perform with a instrument.

Convolution Processing is a technique that allows the real-time creation of musically related ambiences, accents and transition elements from an instrumental or vocal part. In this video you’ll see/hear how this technique can enrich a simple percussive part and a synth part into a full sounding track.

The 15 minute video is available to purchase for $9.99 USD.

More information: Diego Stocco / FFS 02 Convolution Processing

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Samplerbanks intros Production: Sampling Secrets Lesson 1

Sampling Secrets Lesson 1

Samplerbanks has launched Production: Sampling Secrets Lesson 1, the first title in a series of sampling secrets videos by Ken Lewis of Audio School Online.

Ken takes a classic sample (used in Jay Z’s “Roc Boys”) and shows you how to isolate the horns only and remove the drums and bass, or isolate the bassline only, snares only, etc… as well as layer different pieces of the sample together to create new sounds and moods.

Ken Lewis then takes you through three more samples showing how to take boring straight ahead drum loops and add energy and presence to them using EQ, compression, filtering, M/S Equalization, and phase inversion. He breaks down “A Minus B” listening and how it can transform your sample sources into completely new sounds.

The full Pro Tools session is included with the download as well as consolidated WAVE files for any DAW systems.

The lesson is available to purchase for £9.25 GBP.

More information: Samplerbanks / Sampling Secrets Lesson 1

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Diego Stocco launches Feedforward Sounds: FFS 01 Rhythmic Processing

Composer, sound designer and performer Diego Stocco has introduced the Rhythmic Processing, the first title in the new “Feedforward Sounds” series of educational videos, based on advanced and experimental sound design techniques.

Diego Stocco Rhythmic Processing

With these videos, I’m sharing with you guys the experience I gained out of years of work and countless hours spent in trying to figure out unique ways to create original sounds and music.

Rhythmic Processing is a technique that allows the creation of multiple rhythmic elements, in real-time, from a single instrumental part.

The dynamic accents of the instrumental part (in this case an acoustic guitar) are routed into several plugin chains, each one creating a separate rhythmic element.

Rhythmic Processing features

  • 10 minute video (H264/720p, 87.2 MB), including:
    • concept behind the technique
    • recording of initial instrumental part
    • setup of the Live session
    • detailed function of each individual plugin chain
    • final performance
    • final notes.

The video is available to purchase for $9.99 USD.

More information: Diego Stocco / FFS 01: Rhythmic Processing

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Getting Creative with Drums, Leads and FX for EDM video course by Kid Zero

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Kid Zero

ADSR Sounds has launched Getting Creative with Drums, Leads and FX for EDM, a new video tutorial course by Kid Zero.

Have you ever written an amazing track but the sounds aren’t quite hitting the way you hear in other artists tracks. Or perhaps your track feels like it’s missing something?

Writing the different sections of your track is half the battle. The other half is getting the sounds to be wide, thick and intriguing to the ear.

This in-depth 2 hour tutorial not only comes with the knowledge you need to make your sounds banging, we also unlock the secrets at the heart of EDM.

The video course is available to purchase for

More information: ADSR Sounds / Kid Zero video course

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Samplerbanks launches Mixing EDM: Tutorial and Session by Audio School Online

Samplerbanks Mixing EDM

Samplerbanks has introduced Mixing EDM, a masterclass from music industry veteran Ken Lewis of Audio School Online.

Ken Lewis takes you through an entire EDM mix, start to finish, 106 tracks, straight through with no interruptions. Ken shows you every plugin, every fader move and pan adjustment, all of the mix bus processing, and explains in depth what he is doing and why he is doing it.

Ken focuses on explaining side chain compression usage as well as how to string multiple effects together to create new textures and spaces. This lesson is jam packed with information that’s easy to follow along with and you can try out your own EDM mixing chops on the full session provided. The audio is also stemmed out for use with any DAW.

This song titled “R U Happy” is written and produced by SnareFace Music and Tarek Elian, from Beirut, Lebanon (bet you did not expect that). Check out more of their music at www.facebook.com/snareface and www.facebook.com/TarekElian.

The full Pro Tools session is included with the download as well as consolidated WAVE files for any DAW systems.

Mixing EDM features

  • 4.9 GB GB content (video tutorial + sounds).
  • 1 hour 40 minutes video.
  • Includes Pro Tools Session + audio stems for any DAW.

The video course is available to purchase for £14.95 GBP.

More information: Samplerbanks / Mixing EDM

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