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  • Tech Tips Vol.67 TUTORiAL
    November 21st, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
    Categories: Tutorials

    Tech Tips Vol.67 TUTORiAL

    Tech Tips Vol.67 TUTORiAL

    HiDERA | 21 November 2021 | 1.2 GB

    It’s time for another set of Tech Tips Volume 67. Over these ten videos, he’s checking out some tips and tricks in Ableton that’ll help you speed up workflow so you can get on with the fun stuff! We look at key mapping shortcuts, organisation tips and setting up your track’s default along with making delays sound better, unusual wavetables, levelling up on your saturator use and more – there’s something for all Ableton users here, whatever your ability. Check it out!



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    • Using Serato Intermediate TUTORiAL
      November 20th, 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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      • Tech Tips Vol.66 TUTORiAL
        November 20th, 2021 ⚡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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        • Arcade Explained® TUTORiAL-FANTASTiC
          November 20th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
          Categories: Tutorials

          Arcade Explained TUTORiAL-FANTASTiC

          Arcade Explained® TUTORiAL

          FANTASTiC | 20 November 2021 | 252 MB

          Studio wiz presents a set of instructional Output Arcade video tutorials! Arcade is a deep virtual instrument with enormous creative potential – both in beat-making and sound design. These tutorials will help you quickly find your way and start getting the most out of this powerful plugin. These videos are for new Arcade users. Eli welcomes you and begins with an overview of the plugin, covering the layout, terminology, navigation, and capabilities of Arcade. You’ll learn how to browse through the available kits, samples, etc. and quickly start making sounds that inspire. You’ll then begin to explore the two main “kits” available in Arcade – Sampler Kits and Note Kits – and learn how they can be easily modified for your own use and combined with samples of your own. Next, discover the Kit Generator, which allows you to slice up a sample in various ways, add FX, and more to create kits of your own. Then learn about the Reapeater Modifier and Resequence Modifier, both of which afford vast sound-tweaking possibilities via altering the playback direction (forward or reverse), volume, order of sequence steps, length, speed, and other topics.



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          • GLAZE: Making a Track TUTORiAL
            November 20th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
            Categories: Tutorials

            GLAZE: Making a Track TUTORiAL

            GLAZE: Making a Track

            FANTASTiC | 20 November 2021 | 147 MB

            Production pro presents a comprehensive video tutorial series on creating a track with GLAZE! If you’re familiar with GLAZE plugin, you know what a powerful production tool it can be. In this series, you’ll follow along as Larry builds a track from scratch entirely within GLAZE, learning valuable tips, tricks, and techniques you can use to get the most out of this amazing plugin. These videos are for those familiar with GLAZE. If you’re new to GLAZE start at the beginning with GLAZE Explained® here. Larry welcomes you and begins by creating a kick drum patch using GLAZE’s pitch envelope and filter before continuing with other percussion, including a snare, hi-hat, and clap-like sound – all created with nothing but sounds from GLAZE.



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            • How to Film And Edit a Music Video TUTORiAL
              November 20th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
              Categories: Tutorials

              How to Film And Edit a Music Video TUTORiAL

              How to Film & Edit a Music Video

              FANTASTiC | 30 August 2021 | 756 MB

              Lenny Bedford is a Music Video Director and long time music-industry teacher best known for his work for The Music Lab & Band DIY.



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              • Music Mixing Fundamentals TUTORiAL
                November 20th, 2021 ⚡MaGeSY®
                Categories: Tutorials

                Music Mixing Fundamentals TUTORiAL

                Music Mixing Fundamentals

                FANTASTiC | 20 November 2021 | 3.48 GB

                Whilst careful selection of sounds and arrangement are certainly the 2 greatest factors in determining the quality of a track, the successful mixing of parts will make or break that track. As such, knowing the main stages of mixing music and principles behind each one is hugely important when producing. In this detailed set of lectures, you’ll be guided through the whole process slowly and methodically, with everything explained clearly along the way. After some examples of good and bad arranging, and why they impact heavily on the quality of the mix, the first major process of level balancing is explored. Initially, terms such as ‘clipping’ and ‘headroom’ are explained, after which volumes of tracks are balanced with respect to master channel metering. Different approaches to mixing are shown, including mixing up and mixing in mono. The next couple of modules deal with the 2 single most important audio effects when mixing, which are compression and EQ. The absolute basics of these effects are relayed, serving as a good introduction to someone completely new to them, before numerous examples of how to apply them within the mix are provided.



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