Magesy® R-Evolution™
  • Vocal Resynthesis TUTORiAL-MrA
    25 February 2020
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    Vocal Resynthesis TUTORiAL

    MrA | 01 Jan 2016 | MP4 | 369 MB

    In this tutorial course show you how to resynthesize vocal samples and turn them into playable instruments for various genres of EDM. You’ll learn how to make the perfect sounds for everything from Future House, Deep House and Melbourne Bounce to Trap, Dubstep and more. Do you dream of having your music played at clubs and festivals around the world? Want to know how to create the types of sounds and samples that make your favourite songs stand out? 8 detailed, walkthrough videos explain and demonstrate specific techniques used by professional DJ’s and artists allowing you to create fresh sounds with ease.

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  • Reason 11 Explained and Explored TUTORiAL
    23 February 2020
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    Reason 11 Explained & Explored

    FANTASTiC | 22 February 2020 | 1.28 GB

    With its virtual rack, console, devices and cables, Reason 11 is as close as a studio in a box as you can get. And now that you can use Reason as a plugin inside another DAW, it is even more versatile than ever. Explore the creative possibilities of this fun and powerful software (and plugin) with trainer and producer Joshua Carney! First released in 2000, Reason has gone through lots of changes over the years while still remaining true to its root. Whether you’re just starting with Reason, or you’re rediscovering this amazing music software, this course will show you everything you need to know to produce music with Reason. Joshua starts by covering Reason’s interface and its three main areas: the rack, sequencer, and mixer. He shows you how to quickly start creating music by dragging instruments, patches and loops from the browser to the rack and sequencer. You also learn to load external audio loops, and how to match them to the tempo of your song. Next you learn how to set up your MIDI controllers, and start recording. You learn to edit and quantize your MIDI data in Reason’s sequencer, and you discover the limitless MIDI creative possibilities of the Players.

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  • Producing & Engineering: Low End/Sub-Bass
    22 February 2020
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    Low End/Sub-Bass TUTORiAL

    FANTASTiC | 22 February 2020 | 689 MB

    Low End and Sub-Bass tutorials! Learn how to produce and engineer proper low end and sub-bass for your tracks and productions, creating impact and power. These sub bass production videos are designed to help you create a great bottom end for your songs, giving them a fat, tight sound. Adam welcomes you and first talks about the differences between Low End and Sub-Bass, then how to properly monitor the bass and make adjustments, helpful info on Pitch, Frequencies, and Harmonics, why layering bass isn’t always a good idea, making bass a mono signal, adding reverb to bass and other topics related to the low end. Next, Adam gets into tons of cool techniques like High Pass Filtering and ways to use it effectively but not destructively, creative ways to remove clicks from your tracks, using Sine Waves for bass, splitting your chords up and playing the lowest notes in unison for a higher sound, and much, much more.

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  • 10 Common Panning Mistakes TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
    22 February 2020
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    10 Common Panning Mistakes

    SYNTHiC4TE | April 27 2016 | 130 MB

    Panning is a technique that, when messed up, can ruin an otherwise healthy mix. Don’t fret! J.A is here to explain what NOT to do when when setting up your audio panorama. Let US make the mistakes so YOU won’t have to! Left, right, center? Somewhere in-between? Where’s the best place to put that sound to add clarity and space to your mix? And even more to the point: Why do certain instruments, when panned incorrectly, seem to clog up and diminish the effectiveness of a track? These are the questions that get answered and explained in this Common Panning Mistakes course by expert J.A.

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  • U-he Hive 2 Explained®
    21 February 2020
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    U-he Hive 2 Explained®

    FANTASTiC | 21 February 2020 | 415 MB

    Synth guru presents in-depth tutorials on u-he’s outstanding wavetable synth, Hive 2! Discover and learn all of its features and functions as well as how to create powerful sounds with this wonderful virtual synth. These videos are designed for new Hive 2 users. Larry welcomes you and then gives an outline of Hive 2’s functions, going through the interface and its signal flow so you get a solid foundation on its layout, including how u-he implements modulation for the synth. Next you’ll learn important preset management techniques for saving, recalling and utilizing Hive 2’s cool Junk and Favorites bin options for customizing your patch organization experience. Moving on, Larry gets to the heart of Hive 2, showing you in-detail all about its phenomenal Oscillators, Sub Oscillator, Wavetables, Frames, Filters, various Synth Engines, Envelopes and LFOs, so you can start to build your own dream synth patches. You’ll also learn about Hive 2’s Function Generators which allow for incredibly complex routings and modulations of your sound.

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  • Digital Performer 10.1 Update Explained®
    21 February 2020
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    DP 10.1 Update Explained®

    FANTASTiC | 21 February 2020 | 96 MB

    DAW expert shows you everything you need to know about the new features and functions added to Digital Performer 10.1! These videos are designed for those already familiar with Digital Performer 10, and want to get up to speed with the new additions to version 10.1. Gary welcomes you and starts with the powerful new “Clips in Tracks” feature which allows you to now easily convert any Region in Digital Performer to a Clip in the Tracks Window. This opens up a whole new workflow making arranging more creative and fun. Next, you’ll discover the new icons and Ruler View for Memory Cycle and the Auto Record functions. Moving on, Gary shows you more cool new stuff added in DP 10.1, like how to Record to Clips, using the Clip Looping Tool, and how to export Stems out from your project, which is helpful when working with other musicians, composers, and producers. Throughout the rest of the videos you’ll learn even more about new 10.1 features like using the MIDI Velocity Tool, the Duplicate Command, Zooming updates, Coloring Chunks and the 23 new drum kits added to the Model12 virtual instrument included with Digital Performer, and more.

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