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Audio Production

  • Logic Pro
    Handy Shortcuts for Logic Pro XMac flex
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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…
  • Cubase
    Master The Transport Panel in Cubase: Part 3Prev
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    In the previous two parts of this series, I have talked about setting up your transport panel, activating it, and a few important items in the panel that will improve your workflow, such as the the Arranger track controls, the virtual keyboard and the Jog/Scrub wheel. In this part, I will talk about Pre-roll and Post-roll, Punch-In and Punch-Out and Activity Meters.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Creating Hans Zimmer Drums with BFD2Previewimage
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    Hollywood-sounding percussion on a budget might not be as tricky as you think! Here we take a look at the affordable BFD package to demonstrate how a simple and static idea can be turned into something worthy of a blockbuster score.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Computer Components ExplainedComputer components preview
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    RAM, storage, processor speed, cache; what does it all mean to you the computer-based musician? If you are purchasing a computer for music production but aren't the most tech savvy, Tuts+ author Robert Anthony will help you understand all the relevant technical aspects of computers in every-day language to get the most effective production system.Read More…
  • Logic Pro
    Getting Creative with Logic Pro X’s Flex Audio FeaturesScreen shot 2014 06 19 at 4.13.22 pm
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    This tutorial will demonstrate the process of using a single sample to create the foundation of a track primarily using Flex Pitch. It should help people with writer's block get some inspiration to create something new. I will only be using samples and tools that come with Logic Pro X, so everyone can try this out without any external tools or plugins.Read More…
  • Sound Design
    The Virtual ConsolePreview
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    A rundown of the two most popular virtual consoles; complete with explanation of parameters and A/B sound testing.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    A Tour of AltiverbPiano
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    A run through of one of the best computer-based reverbs on the market. Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Master The Transport Panel in Cubase: Part 1Prev
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    The transport panel is one of the most accessed panels in any DAW. It has the controls that help you to move along in your project, adjust the tempo and timing, move to markers, and, most importantly, control the playback. In this tutorial, I will show you the different functions that it provides and explain how to use them.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    The Ultimate List of Tips for Producing Sampled StringsStrings2 prv
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    A short series of useful tips that can help get your sampled strings sounding more realistic. These include layering, velocities, performance samples, use of expression, arrangement, and more.Read More…
  • Audio Production
    Creating a Realistic Bass Part 3: Strings & ThingsPreview
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    A concept-oriented approach to creating variation within a virtual instrument. In this instance I will look at a virtual electric bass, but the overall idea can be applied to any MIDI instrument.Read More…
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