• Sound Design Tech Tips: Future Rave TUTORiAL
    June 22nd, 2023 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: TUTORiALS

    Sound Design Tech Tips Future Rave Tutorial Magesy

    Future Rave TUTORiAL

    Techside | 22 June 2023 | 2.45 GB

    Following on from Protoculture’s Sound Design Tech Tips for Future Rave, we now bring you the full How To Make Future Rave course ! Over the next three hours of tutorials, Nate builds this absolute classic Future rave track from scratch – firstly looking at what defines the genre before piecing together our elements designed in the Tech Tips course. We then move on to arranging the layout before adding effects, ear candy and automation and then finishing off with a mixdown and master. Simple to follow along using only Sonic Academy and free or stock plugins – with both courses combined, you literally have everything you need to nail this genre and produce your own hard-hitting epic Future Rave track !

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    • Tech Tips Vol.69 TUTORiAL-FANTASTiC
      December 21st, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: TUTORiALS

      Tech Tips Vol.69 TUTORiAL-FANTASTiC

      .:Tech Tips Vol.69:.

      FANTASTiC | 17 August 2022 | 640 MB

      Haterade’s back with us this week to with a new set of Tech Tips that tackle a subject that can be the most tricky part when making a tune – the arrangement. Over these ten videos, we look at some basic fundamentals of structure and methods when arranging that are important to learn so you can then manipulate and break them to your advantage. We look at the importance of transitions and dynamics within a track before moving on to a practical, real-world example. If you’re getting fed up of listening to that 8 bar loop over and over, then definitely check this one out!

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      • Tech Tips Vol.79 Bass Theory TUTORiAL
        November 17th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: TUTORiALS

        Tech Tips Vol.79 Bass Theory TUTORiAL

        Tech Tips Vol.79: Bass Theory

        HiDERA | 26 October 2022 | 683 MB

        Welcome to Tech Tips Volume 79 – Bass Theory. Over these ten videos, Ableton certified trainer takes a deep dive into one of the most fundamental areas in dance music – the low end. We start by looking at the different frequencies certain bass elements occupy before designing our own adaptable classic bass sounds to use in our tracks, including the Reese Bass, Analog Moog-Style Bass, FM, Acid and more. This course uses Ableton Live and ANA 2, but all the techniques shown can be transferred to any synth of your choice. Check it out, and learn how to create your own unique bass patches to be the foundation of your tracks!

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        • Tech Tips Vol.66 TUTORiAL
          November 13th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: TUTORiALS

          Tech Tips Vol.66 TUTORiAL

          Tech Tips Vol.66 TUTORiAL

          HiDERA | 20 November 2021 | 1.9 GB

          ..:: Lo-Fi Essentials ::..

          Continuing on with our ‘Essential’ Tech Tip series along with the release of our awesome ANA 2 Lo-Fi preset pack, we welcome back Owsey to look at the tools and techniques used to create a downtempo, chilled and classic lo-fi track. After Chris gives us the lowdown on what this genre is about and where it stemmed from, Owsey picks apart a track he’s created for this course, giving us an insight into the creation and processing involved in achieving a lo-fi feel. From sampling, drums, sound degradation, live instruments, synths, vocals and FX, this is a masterclass in creating your very own relaxing, old skool sound. Go check it out!

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          • Tech Tips Vol.78 TUTORiAL
            October 12th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: TUTORiALS

            Tech Tips Vol.78 TUTORiAL-MaGeSY

            Tech Tips Vol.78 TUTORiAL

            HiDERA | 12 October 2022 | 1.69 GB

            This week we welcome back King Unique for an in-depth look at using Ableton Live for one of the reasons it was designed for hence the name, and that’s using it in a ‘live’ situation. Thanks to social media, performing live is becoming an increasingly popular way to engage with fans even if you’re not on the road. Matt goes through everything you need to know when linking Ableton to your hardware so you can use it as an instrument rather than just a production tool. Here we look at navigating the Session View and how we can make the DAW do a lot of the the heavy lifting to add variation and interest to our clips and loops. Not just useful for playing live, using this method can also be a brilliant way to arrange your tracks when creating tunes.

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            • Tech Tips Vol.75 TUTORiAL
              August 31st, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: TUTORiALS

              Tech Tips Vol.75 TUTORiAL

              Tech Tips Vol.75 TUTORiAL

              HiDERA | 02 August 2022 | 320 MB

              This week we proudly welcome back with a set of quick Tech Tips to help speed up your workflow in Logic Pro! Showcasing some hidden gems that some of you may not be aware of, we’ll help you set up an external synth with its own personalised icon, give you multiple screens to work from, and bring in beat-synced wav files plus loads more! As with all our Tech Tips series, if you can speed up workflow, you have more time to stay in that fun, creative flow!

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              • Tech Tips Vol.76: Found Sounds Lo-Fi TUTORiAL
                August 8th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
                Categories: TUTORiALS

                Tech Tips Vol.76: Found Sounds Lo-Fi TUTORiAL

                Tech Tips Vol.76 TUTORiAL

                FANTASTiC | 06 August 2022 | 1.02 GB

                Haterade’s back with us once again, and in these set of Tech Tips he’s checking out how to make an awesome Lofi track using nothing but sounds recorded on his phone! From super smooth kicks, snares, hats and shakers to ethereal pads, plucks and top lines – Noah uses Ableton’s samplers, wavetables and granular devices to design all the sounds he needs to make an entire track from scratch. This is such a cool way to make a unique track using sounds no one else has, and what’s more, once crafted, you can save your sounds and use them again and again. Check it out!

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