Dance Music Production - Dance Floor [TUTORIAL] | 1.75 GB
Dance Floor, a re-issue of the discontinued initial release from Dance Music Production.
Re-written, restructured and re-released, this course focuses on the methods and production techniques behind writing, engineering and producing a professional white label/funky house record for club play.
This 4-hour video course walks you through the construction and production sequence for creating a funky house record in the style of Daft Punk. Beginning with a blank sequencer and moving through to the final production, the recording software was left running throughout the entire production. This was later edited down to the most important points filling just over four hours for this tutorial.
Split into sessions, this tutorial discusses and shows many of the construction and production ethics used by today's professional dance artists to create 'sampled' funky house. These sessions include what you need to listen for in samples, the inspiration, building ideas, sampling, manipulation, pitching, frequency tuning and editing, introducing vocals, building a dance groove, the use of processing, effects, how to arrange and a quick look at the mixing.
Tutorial Runtime: 4:04:19
An introduction to the DVD
Session 01: Examples of French House: 15 minutes.
An examination on the sampling behind house music, with various examples of popular tracks and who they sampled.
Session 02: Sample Guidelines: 30 minutes.
A discussion on what to listen out for and what segments are the best to sample, followed by finding a sample to use as the basis for the construction of the track.
Session 03: The House Sample: 25 Minutes.
With a sample chosen in the previous session, we now look at the methods behind time stretching and experiment with effects to produce a good starting point.
Session 04: Vocals: 25 minutes
In this session we go on a search for some vocals that we can add to the track to build its foundation.
Session 05: Programming Drums: 30 Minutes
With the basic ideas down, we now look towards programming a dance rhythm to suit our sample and begin to form the foundation of the record
Session 06: Bass: 25 Minutes
For this session we look at how to program basses for French House and program a bass to suit our sample.
Session 07: Arranging: 30 Minutes
With both bass and drums playing with our samples, we now look towards effects, processing and how we can use these to produce an arrangement
Session 08: Preparing for a Mixdown: 15 Minutes
In this session we work towards a mixdown by performing some general pre-mix duties
Session 09: The Mixdown: 40 Minutes
This session looks at the final mix and follows as we mix the record.
Session 10: Copyright: 10 Minutes
A chat about copyright and the best ways to approach the subject when you want to use a sample for the creation of your own record.
Point Blank Online - EDM (Trance & Progressive) Course in Ableton Live
Course in Ableton Live | 1.06 GB
Links update: 09/06/2018
This course is suitable for Mac or PC users with eclectic music tastes and covers electronic dance music styles Trance, Tech and Progressive. The course features tracks by 3 well-established international producer/DJs: Mike Koglin, Martin Roth and Tempo Giusto supported by Point Blank's own well-respected producer Danny J Lewis.
Computer Music Drum 'n' Bass 2012 Video Tutorial | 2.47 GB
From Computer Music 174 February 2012 DVD
FRICTION, SPECTRASOUL, INTERFACE and ROCKWELL star in massive video-packed guide! Featuring hours of in-studio video, technique-packed walkthroughs and an easy guide to building a DnB tune from scratch.
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Dance Music Production - Fundamental 2: Bass [TUTORiAL] | 770.05 MB
Fundamental 2 continues our series of tutorials dedicated to the fundamental production techniques that all producers should be fully versed in.
Hot on the heels of the best selling Fundamental, Fundamental 2 continues to discuss groove - this time concentrating on bass. Over 3 hours of video tutorials focus on the theory and practice behind the programming, production and engineering of professional bass lines and rhythms for dance records.
The DVD begins with an introductory course on some music theory, introducing the viewer to the theory behind scales and modes - a requirement for producing bass lines that work. The sessions then move on to cover the principles behind composition, programming, editing, tuning and processing of bass in order to add the all important groove to dance records. This includes techniques used such as compression, trip sampling, frequency splitting, side-chaining, modulation, tuning, keying and synthesizing techniques for different bass timbres.
Tutorial Runtime: 3:20:52
An introduction to the tutorial
Session 01: Introduction to Scales: 12 minutes.
Using examples, this session shows how the many different musical scales are created and formed
Session 02: Music Modes: 10 minutes.
For this session, we examine how the different modal forms in music are created, from Major to Minor, Dorian to Mixolydian.
Session 03: Groove 1 Timing and Values: 17 Minutes.
Here, using examples, we examine how timing and note values play an important role in the creation of a typical dance music groove.
Session 04: Groove 2 Pitch: 20 minutes
In this session we examine the uses of pitch, the principle of strong and weak notes within a scale and how we can use these to change the feel of the bass line.
Session 05: Modes and Accidents: 20 Minutes
We examine how the use of different modes can affect the feel of the music, and how introducing an accidental can add to the excitement of a dance groove.
Session 06: Extraction: 15 Minutes
This session concentrates on how a bass groove can be extracted from a chord, or series of chords and progressions.
Session 07:Programming and Processing: 30 Minutes
A look at some of the synthesis techniques you can use to program bass timbres, alongside how the use of processors and effects can be used to further augment the dance groove.
Session 08: Bass Timbre Tips and Tricks: 50 Minutes
Various tips and tricks on producing bass timbres for dance music
Session 09: Further Processing: 20 Minutes
A final session giving more tips, tricks and advice on processing bass timbres in dance music.
Computer Music 175 - NAPT Producer Masterclass | 1.33 GB
NAPT are a multi award winning British electronic dance music production and DJ duo consisting of Ashley Pope and Tomek Naden. NAPT's productions fall under the umbrella of their self coined N-Funk sound.
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