Subtractive vs Additive EQ from The Sound Coach

Great tutorial post from Resound written by Kevin from Sound Coach on the topic of using Subtractive or Additive Equing - http://www.resoundsound.com/how-to-eq/   Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Vibe Squad with Warp Academy

Cool interview from Warp Academy with Vibe Squad Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Ralph Myerz in the Studio with Future Music

Got some great Ralph Myerz tracks in my collection, but know very little about him, so very interested to see this future music video Masterclass. Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Tips from Metalheadz, Resound & Ableton

Some quality advice here from another fine resound blog where he asks metalheadz artists to share a useful music making tip. And some useful ableton tutorials some of which you may have seen before and some you may not. . Membership Login Username or Email: Password:...

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Guitar Control from Guitar Control

Nice free pdf here from Guitar Control on mastering some of the fundamentals of Guitar, plus there's a load of tutorials on their site at various levels and from free tutorials through to dvds. Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot...

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Productivity tips from resound and the pomodoro technique

I meant to post this 12 months back but had major issues with my hosting. Now i'm on a different hosts here is a few tips from Resound on staying productive, and a wespin interview he did on the subject, and a nice debunking of marketing myths I also use the gtd...

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Tom Cosm's Max For Live Devices

Tom Cosm's been making a load of useful max for live devices over the last 12 months. There's the leakage automatic glitch bassline machine the locator trigger and solo automator and a few of his early ones Sample Layer Version 1.0 - Triggers multiple samples in a...

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200 tutorials from Point Blank Music School

oads of really useful tutorials here from Point Blank Music School. Over 200 in fact on this playlist

Here is one of a 9 part series on Ableton which shares some useful tips on side chain compression

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Resounds introduction to Pensados Place

A great blog here from Resound sharing a few of his favourite videos from mixing and mastering legend Dave Pensado. There's a ton of useful stuff on Dave's website, but resound's overview gives a nice introduction Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup...

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Mixing Tutorials from Izotope & Multiplier on Trash & Alloy

Short and sweet little tutorials from Izotope which i thought id post up in one post as they contain a few cool titbits for new users of the software And a more in depth tutorial series from Multiplier Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot...

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Free guitar tutorials from Creative Guitar Studio

In my quest to develop my guitar playing and understanding, i've found some useful tips from the free tutorials from Creative Guitar studio. Here is one on unlocking the guitar neck positions. Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password?...

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Solid Sub Bass Download from Myagi

Here's a free solid ableton sub bass instrument from Myagi at Warp Academy which should fill out your bottom end needs with ease. Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Skope interview on Bass Gorilla

Insightful tutorial with Skope on Bassgorilla especially - good for anyone interested in producing glitch hop or interested in neurobass sound design, although there is a huge wealth of production tutorials on there now....

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Noisia in the studio with Future Music

An insight into Noisia's production filmed a while back in their old studio courtesy of Future Music Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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A free vocoder and a couple of tutorials

Ableton's vocoder is pretty solid and very useful for a whole host of applications as you can see in the video below, but i wanted to drop a quick post on the vocoder from TAL which is a vintage vocoder emulation with 11 bands and available for free on their website....

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Vocal processing on your own voice from Warp Academy

A real nice tutorial from Myagi from Warp Academy enabling freedom to record and use your own voice in your productions - http://www.warpacademy.com/vault/myagi-bragging-rights-vocal-processing-tutorial/ Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now |...

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Warping multiple tracks at once from Dubspot

Never knew you could do this before but apparently you can warp multiple tracks at once - highly useful for working with remixes and stems. Thavius from dubspot shows us how   Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Use 24 bit or above for editing

I was doing some research on export settings from ableton and came across this forum post which suggests that you should always use 24 bit or above for editing to avoid any degradation of the audio file, as you will hear the difference with 16 bit. Thats to say even...

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Some useful posts on workflow from music software training

Regular readers will have seen a few posts from music software training which is a blog from Jason Ward aka Innerstate, and houses a load of useful tips. Here are a few posts on workflow which i think contain some nuggets to keep in mind My music making resolutions &...

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30 free educational websites

Happy 2015 folks! Here are 30 free educational websites compiled by Endriot. Wishing you a prosperous and successful new year. Part 1 - 15 FREE Educational Websites Part 1 | EndoRiot Part 2  - 15 FREE Educational Websites PART 2 | EndoRiot Membership Login Username or...

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50 Ableton workflow tips from AK

Merry Xmas folks. Hope you are enjoying this festive time. Here is a great selection of tips to improve your workflow in Ableton Live here from talented producer AK - who produces quality content regular so definitely worth following via his facebook page. Table of...

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One Giant leap & Searching for sound travel documentaries

Saw this pretty interesting thing where a Harry Rodrigues and Nick Hook went and recorded some sounds and bought them back to use in Ableton. The sample pack is free to download too.  My favourite version of people travelling and recording music is by Jamie Catto and...

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65% off any course with Udemy

Ive taken loads of online courses over the last 12-24 months, with Udemy, Macpro Video & Coursera being the main sources. Some have been free, and some ive paid for, with all of them have teaching me things ive always been interested in. From Udemy ive learnt...

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Collaborate with Splice

Recently installed Splice which enables you to collaborate with others. Its in beta stages at the moment but looks promising for wider collaboration so will be trying it out in 2015. Here is a video which explains more. Membership Login Username or Email: Password:...

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A few black friday cyber monday deals

Soo many black friday deals going around today - Here's a few of them in no particular order and for no particular reason. 20% off K-Devices Herse & Autobeat - http://k-devices.com/2014/11/promo-time-at-ableton-and-updated-k-devices-packs/ 40% off bass gorilla passes...

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Automated backup strategy from Resound

Ive been on a huge organisational sweep recently - starting at the end of september and involving every single part of my setup. Halfway through said sweep my hard drive crashed - for the first time ever (of any computer) - and ironically the day after reading this...

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Learning modes & Matt Warnock Jazz Guitar Tutorials

I've been doing a lot of courses over the last 12 months and one of the more exotic ones was jazz improvisation. While it was too advanced for my level i did learn a load of stuff that helped me understand and improvise. One of the things was the 7 modes and whilst...

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Izotope Ozone 6 Advanced

Im a big fan of Izotope products. Having bought stutter edit, alloy 2, trash 2 and ozone 5. When i was at Xenophorm studios recently i was introduced to Dynamic eqs so was pretty excited to see it included as a module in the Ozone 6 previews. Unfortunatly it was only...

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2 sessions with Reso from Future Music

Here's a couple of video tutorials from Reso who breaks down one his tracks and shows us how he approaches cutting up breaks Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Free percussion from Warp Academy

Warp academy are offering up a percussion sample pack from Myagi normally $19.99, for free if you put this code in AMSin10goyu before 23rd Oct 2014 Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password? Remember...

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Native Instruments Traktor S8

I was super excited when the s4 came out a few years ago as it meant i could achieve some of the things for my Dj Narrative project, once id put an innofader in it, and used various midi mappings. There are various issues i have with it like the level meters, which...

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9 tips for a louder mix from Bass Gorilla

Found a really cool site recently called Bass Gorilla. Its been going for a while and i found it while listening to his regular podcast interviews with glitch hop producers. Here is a nice little video sharing 9 tips for a louder mix And he's offering a $50 store...

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Offers on Camel Phat & Breaktweaker

I havent used Breaktweaker and i often use Camel Phat and sometimes camel space, and all are on offer now. Breaktweaker has $100 dollars off until 16th October 2014. And Camel Phat & Camel Space has 35% off until 9th October 2014 Membership Login Username or Email:...

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More bass tutorials this time from idm forum

A nice list of bass related tutorials found on the idm forum - though you need to be logged in to see them - http://www.idmforums.com/showthread.php?t=48840           Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot password?...

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Free 13 part Massive bass workshop from the sound tutor

I think this might the first online free overview of Massive that i found really useful. Regardless it's a free 13 part video tutorial which gives a good insight into the different functions of Massive. Membership Login Username or Email: Password: signup now | forgot...

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Triggering Automation Envelopes with Dummy Clips from DSP

Dummy clips in Ableton are hugely useful  and can be open up a whole world of possibilities for performance and midi control. Here is a nice tutorial from the DSP Project showing how to trigger an envelope curve from one pad on the launchpad. Membership Login Username...

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Find the scale part 2

I posted a while back a few tools on finding the chord or scale, and since then ive found a few more 🙂 For android owners i can heartily recommend the brilliant work by David KBD who has made this selection of tools which range from comparing scales and chords,...

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