Francois Rabbath is one of the most influential teachers of the double bass in the history of the instrument. This DVD is an award-winning serious endeavor, a 3.5 hour double sided disc with interviews, live performance footage, biomechanics animations, multiple camera angles that people can switch between as the DVD plays. It gives you a far more in-depth picture of a great artist performing than anything else ever produced.
It has been given rave reviews in all the bass mags and string mags (Bass Player, Double Bassist, Bass World, American String Teacher etc.) as well as USA Today and the Christian Science Monitor and called things like ' a must have' and 'tour de force' and 'raises the level of pedagogy for all string instruments.'
Sonic Academy Artist Series How To Make Techno With Jim Rivers TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Team SYNTHiC4TE | 12-17-2012 | 300.87 MB
Links update: 04/06/2017
Crossing the many bridges between house and techno with relaxed dignity, Jim River's, a rare mix of educator and entertainer here on Sonic Academy for the first time gives us a unique insight into his production regime. From the ideas and setup to creating a workflow involving both Ableton Live and Logic Pro. So sit back and enjoy nearly two's hour of this techno pioneer skillz....
Lynda.com Foundations of Audio Reverb TUTORiAL + Exercise Files
TUTORiAL + Exercise Files | 2.11 GB
Links update: 12/04/2017
This edition of Foundations of Audio elucidates one of the most essential ingredients in audio mixing, reverb—the time it takes for sound to bounce, echo, and decay during a live performance or recording. Reverb gives a natural richness to your recordings, but it's not impossible to reproduce. Producer and audio engineer Alex Case explains the acoustic, mechanical, and digital means for creating reverb, and charts the parameters (room size, density, etc.) you'll need to know to take advantage of the original recording space and enhance it in post. He then shows how to simulate reverb digitally with effects, adding timbre, texture, and contrast, and improve the sound of your mixes with a sense of space and depth.
Lynda.com Remixing Techniques Arranging and Song Form + Exercise Files
TUTORiAL + Exercise Files | 2.26 GB
Links update: 11/01/2017
In this course, author Josh Harris shows how to create radio and club arrangements, and a radio edit of a club mix. He utilizes four different digital audio workstations (DAWs)—Pro Tools, Ableton Live, Logic, and Reason—and shows how to build different arrangements from the ground up, by adding guitars, drums, bass, and synths. Each DAW explores different types of arranging scenarios.
Watch professional producer and mixer Brian Lee White at work in his element, as he assembles a fully mixed hip-hop track from raw stems. This advanced course gives you a peek over Brian's shoulder as he moves sequentially through the mixing process in Pro Tools.
Sonic Academy John O'Callaghan 'Big Sky' Remix Walkthrough with Chris Agnelli TUTORIAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Team SYNTHiC4TE | 13 Dec 2012 | 483.23 MB
Links update: 27/03/2017
In this Sonic Academy exclusive we get to lift the lid on the ASOT track of the year 2007 - John O'Callaghan's 'Big Sky'. Chris Agnelli along with Phil Johnston take you through this trance classic and all its inner workings. From the initial thoughts behind the remix to drum, bass, and fx programming, this is an unbelievable opportunity to see how a trance classic was made. Chris explains how he approaches remixing and how to get the best out of the vocal's when remixing. So sit back and enjoy all the tricks and tips in this exclusive course.
Kenny Gioia is back covering Cockos latest revision of Reaper! Reaper 4 has many new features and functions, as well as workflows. Don't worry though, "Reaper 4 Explained" covers it all from top to bottom, teaching you what you need to know to use Reaper 4 like a pro.
Eli Krantzberg is back with "Digital Performer 8 Advanced" which is sure to please those looking for deeper, more advanced information on this powerhouse DAW by MOTU.
Shot in the latest version 8, and over 4 hours long, Eli steps it up with tutorials about groove quantize, humanize and other cool MIDI editor functions. He then dives into DP8's feature packed waveform editor and includes topics such as beat detection, groove extraction and applying it to other audio files, among many other topics.
Eli then gets creative and shows you how to make new parts in alternative ways. There are complete POLAR, Step Recording and Drum Editor overviews, as well as an "in action" tutorial for each.
Next, Eli dedicates a whole category to working with movies in Digital Performer 8, and wraps up the collection with 4 in-depth tutorials dedicated to different ways to boost your productivity and workflow.
If you're ready to learn even more about the flagship DAW Digital Performer, this series is a must see. Checkout "Digital Performer 8 Advanced" today...
30 Tutorials / Over 4 Hours Total Runtime
For all intermediate to advanced Digital Performer 8 users
Tutorials written by DAW expert Eli Krantzberg
Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
Timing Is Everything! In this amazing tutorial Tom Rice shows you the secret to making your tracks "dead-on-the-beat” accurate with absolutely zero latency!
Have you ever listened to one of those amazing tracks where every instrument seems to really lock into the groove? It’s truly audio magic when tracks are really tight! In this tutorial, Logic latency guru Tom Rice shows you how your tracks can achieve that incredibly awesome, locked-in sound!
You see, there’s a lot more to perfect timing than simply hitting the "Q” button to quantize everything. That’s because inherent in every native Logic Studio system there are going to be all kinds of latencies in the analog and digital domains:
• Roundtrip latency
• Recording delay latency
• Midi IO latency
• External MIDI hardware latency
• External MIDI software latency ... and more!
What most producers don’t know is that Logic has all the built in tools you’ll ever need to compensate for all these latencies so you can be assured that your recordings are metronomically bulletproof!
In this step-by-step masterpiece you will become the master of all Logic’s latency combating settings and preferences. You'll learn how to calculate and compensate for the built-in latency inherent in every audio interface. You’ll see how to test for and eliminate the timing mysteries of external and internal MIDI instruments to make sure that they "sound” exactly on-the-grid, every time!
Bonus: Tom has created custom Logic project files that are designed to help you on your zero latency crusade! To download these files, Login to your macProVideo.com account above, and the download links will appear at the top of this page.
So if you believe that Timing is Everything, don’t hesitate to check out this incredible tutorial, Logic’s Latency Toolbox!
Ask Video Studio Concepts 501 Studio Concepts Gear and the Physics of Sound TUTORiAL PROPER-SYNTHiC4TE
Team SYNTHiC4TE | 22 Oct 2012 | 1.99 GB
Links update: 26/11/2017
These days more and more people are recording at home instead of going to professional studios. The technology involved has become so accessible that almost anyone can start up their own studio. While this means that there's more music out there than ever, it also means there's a lot more poorly produced music floating around. It's not enough to simply have the required equipment. You need to know how to use it!
Ask Video - iZotope Iris Explored [TUTORiAL] | 303.15 MB
See how iZotope’s Iris lets us explore sound design and sampling by using both our ears and our eyes in this 41-tutorial course by the aural genius G.W. Childs...
Sound designers, by nature, like to think about audio in visual ways! The audio spectrum in many plugins' GUIs is represented by frequency graphs, amplitude energy displays and other analysis-type tools. Those kinds of visuals are great for making sonic decisions based upon strong knowledge of audio engineering. However, when it comes to creative sound design those scientific interfaces can sometimes seem a bit, shall we say, uninspiring!
Enter Iris: This groundbreaking virtual instrument lets us approach sound design the way a sculptor looks at a slab of marble. It enables us to artistically and visually chip away at the audio "slab” to reveal the hidden beauty locked within. This is powerful stuff for anyone interested in thinking outside the box! In this course, Iris Explored, audio alchemist G.W. Childs takes us deep into sculpting sound and shows us how to harness Iris’ powerful visual tools to create very personal and unique sonic masterpieces. You’ll learn the interface, tools and the sampling/synthesis engines that set Iris apart from most other virtual instruments.
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