• Soundscapes Using Ableton Live TUTORiAL
    May 25th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: TUTORiALS

    Soundscapes Using Ableton Live TUTORiAL

    Dark Ambient Soundscapes Using Ableton

    FANTASTiC | 28 March 2022 | 398 MB

    The genre Dark Ambient can be a catch-all term for an entire genre of music that encompasses, ambient, ambient industrial, soundscapes and noisescapes. These are all types of music that when listened too with your eyes closed, can transport you off into another world. In this course, I will show you how to construct a noisescape track using techniques similar to those used by the BBC Radiophonic workshop where we take some field recordings, and then process them, and mould them into shape. Experimentation is the name of the game, and by the end of the course we will have built up a spooky sounding soundscape that will whisk you off to an alien world, roaring with wind storm and radio interference.

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    • Using Music for Better Video Edits TUTORiAL
      April 15th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
      Categories: TUTORiALS

      Using Music for Better Video Edits TUTORiAL

      Using Music for Better Video Edits

      P2P | 15 April 2022 | 4.17 GB

      Do you have the perfect musical overlay in mind but can’t get your video edited right? While music can do wonders for telling your story, it helps to know the basic concepts to bring it to full effect. In this course, instructor and lifelong musician Luisa Winters shows you how to leverage the power of music when you’re editing video and maximize its potential to captivate your viewers when they see—and hear—your final cut on the screen.

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      • Audio Mixing for Non-Pros: Using Neutron TUTORiAL
        March 28th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
        Categories: TUTORiALS

        Audio Mixing for Non-Pros: Using Neutron TUTORiAL

        Using Neutron TUTORiAL

        FANTASTiC | 28 March 2022 | 348 MB

        This course is ideal for anyone who needs to produce high-quality audio, but doesn’t have high-end audio engineering experience. We’ll show how Neutron 3 software enables you to automatically mix a complex audio track in a snap! Neutron uses machine learning to identify recordings and figure out how they should be mixed together. In short, Neutron functions as your own personal software mixing engineer. This course will explain and demonstrate how Neutron can help you mix better music – and even learn from it and become a better engineer in the process!

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        • Using Reason as a Plug-In Explained®
          March 19th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: TUTORiALS

          Using Reason as a Plug-In Explained®

          Using Reason as a Plug-In

          HiDERA | 18 March 2022 | 242 MB

          Music production expert Thomas Cochran presents comprehensive video tutorials on using Reason as a plugin! If you want to make use of all the features and functions (instruments, effects, etc.) of Reason while in another DAW, this is the course for you. Thomas explains the basic concepts and then continues on to demonstrate many advanced tips and tricks when in this scenario. These videos are for those new to the idea of using Reason as a plugin with another DAW. Thomas welcomes you and begins right away, showing you how to load and use instruments in the Reason Rack plugin. You’ll also learn the basics of the plugin layout, including the browser and more. Then, discover how to use your favorite Reason effects and the various controls you have available in Reason Rack. This includes basics setups as well as more complicated effects routings.

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          • Using Microphones TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
            February 28th, 2022 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: TUTORiALS

            Using Microphones TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

            Using Microphones TUTORiAL

            SYNTHiC4TE | Nov 19 2017 | 638 MB

            The first—and only—recording engineer to have his Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame®, Al Schmitt has for decades been recording, producing, and engineering music for the greatest talents our industry has to offer. Looking for a world-class Master class? Al Schmitt on Using Microphones is your chance to work alongside this legendary engineer and producer! In Al Schmitt on Using Microphones, you’ll join Al in the studio as he walks you through his miking process, helps you select proper equipment, and guides you to capture only the best sounds. You’ll learn to consider variables such as song style, instrumentation, and the recording space itself when selecting and placing a microphone; you’ll also watch Al demonstrate his favorite techniques and setups for a number of instruments including drums, bass, piano, guitars (both acoustic and electric), organs, and horns as played across many genres of music.

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            • Using Serato Intermediate TUTORiAL
              December 19th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: TUTORiALS

              Using Serato Intermediate TUTORiAL

              Using Serato Intermediate TUTORiAL

              FANTASTiC | 24 July 2019 | 1.14 GB

              Get analog control over your digital music with the Serato DJ rig. In Using Serato: Intermediate, DJ Hapa will show you how to dial in your Serato system. Hapa has been scratching and mixing for more than two decades. In Using Serato: Intermediate, you’ll learn how to outfit yourself with the gear and tools that will make your set run smoothly.

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              • Using Virtual Vocalists TUTORiAL
                December 12th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
                Categories: TUTORiALS

                Using Virtual Vocalists TUTORiAL

                Using Virtual Vocalists

                HiDERA | 22 September 2021 | 1.88 GB

                Course diving deeper into the world of vocals by scrapping the mic altogether to look at Using Virtual Vocalists. With the popularity of synthesized vocalists growing to the point of selling out live gigs in Japan, this is a topic that demands a closer look. From the (slightly disturbing) history to where we are now, Matt checks out some of the software available both free and paid, and demonstrates how they sound and how we can make them more expressive. Do you already, or are you tempted to use them yourself? Check it out and let us know!

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