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Audio Production

  • Logic Pro
    Creating Analogue-Like Sounds With a DAWPreview
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    With the ease and endless possibilities inherent with most DAWs it can be easy to overlook many of the essential nuances inherent to great recordings which tend to fall flat in the box. In this tut I will explore a way of subtly exciting a basic synth patch in order to create analogue-like variation. Read More…
  • Ableton Live
    How to Create a Track With Synth1Preview image
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    In this lesson I will show you how to make a short music piece with the Synth1 instrument using Ableton as the DAW program. I will show you how to program two leads, a pad, a bass, a snare, a hihat, and an fx track for the composition.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    New Course: The Art of Voice RecordingHomerecordingnew
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    Producing a good voice-over isn’t difficult, and the equipment you need is inexpensive. The quality of your voice-overs, however, will only be as good as your ability to control the sound and your techniques for capturing the audio. In this course you will learn about basic audio recording techniques, equipment options, acoustic treatment, and how to properly use the gear. In addition to the technical aspect of this course, you will also learn about how to prepare for the read and how to work with clients to make sure expectations are met.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Creating a Studio Mix Using Ableton Live and Rapid EvolutionPrev image
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    In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make a musically harmonic, electronic style mix. I am using Live and free software called Rapid Evolution. The mix will also feature beat matching.Read More…
  • Music
    Tape Effects and the Modern DAWTape
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    This tutorial focuses on some of the mechanics behind real tape and introduces you to the characteristics of classic tape machines and their virtual counterparts.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Bow & Tell: Working With a CellistBow and tell lucy preview
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    The cello is one of our favorite live instruments to work with as it presents such a diverse range of sounds and moods. In this tutorial we cover working with and recording cellist to create different moods and effectsRead More…
  • iPad
    Understanding AudioCopy and Inter-App Audio in iOSUnserstanding iaa audiocopy preview
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    The Apple iPad is quickly reserving its place among traditional and newer mobile producers alike. In this tutorial, Tuts+ author and Certified MacExpert Robert Anthony will explain these two audio features inside iOS 7, and how you can get the most out of them.Read More…
  • Sound Design
    How to Create a Progressive Christmas SongProg xmas preview
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    In this tutorial I will show you how to make a progressive version of Silent Night, using melodic instrument tracks, drum samples, and loops.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Quick Tip: Using Envelope Followers With AudioAutofilterpreview
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    In this quick tip by Mo Volans we'll look at envelope followers and envelope-based modulators when filtering audio. We'll be using the AutoFilter from Logic Pro X, which is a good example of an effects processor that has both of those features.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Handy Shortcuts for Logic Pro XMac%20flex
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    While writing my previous tutorial I realized that there were a few shortcuts that I use in my daily workflow that would make things move faster and easier for a lot of people out there. So here, I'll highlight some alternative and more intuitive ways of getting things done your way in Logic Pro X.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Quick Tip: Creating Frozen Delays with OhmBoyzOhmboyzpreview
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    OhmBoyz by OhmForce is one of the most creative delay plugins out there. I've been using it for years, and in this screencast I'll show you a couple of tips and tricks, including frozen delays, also known as sustain loop delays.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Cheap & Easy Ways to Improve the Sound of Your RoomPhotodune 5901812 professional condenser studio microphone s
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    If you're just starting off with music or audio, there's a fair chance you can't afford to pay a lot of money for acoustic treatment or a studio designer. Here are some things you can do to improve the sound of your room on the tightest budget and a little effort.Read More…
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