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Groove3 Electronic Music Production Workflows TUTORiAL



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Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, brings you a ton of video tutorials all designed to help with your production and mixing tasks when working on Electronic Music. Learn time saving and inspirational tips and tricks that will allow you to produce and mix electronic music faster and more creatively.


Adam welcomes you to the series and then jumps right in with a variety of workflow tutorials that cover topics like mixing, collaborating, arranging and using chord generating plug-ins for sparking new ideas. Cool MIDI workflow tips and tricks are then given, and you’ll see how to first use MIDI to start producing, and converting drum audio files to MIDI tracks for more tweaking and pattern customization.

Moving on you’ll get loads of creative tips covering different ways to approach song and beat construction, generate arpeggios and harmonies from chords, session workflow tricks like the benefit of deactivating tracks, downbeat offbeat workflows, how it’s simpler to duplicate a track instead of automating a parameter and why, ways to avoid “choice paralysis” and much, much more.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for a full list of what’s covered. If you’re into producing electronic music, Adam has given you some of his best ideas and secrets for ramping up your song and beat creation workflows… Watch “Electronic Music Production Workflows” today.

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