Native Instruments REAKTOR is noted as being extremely powerful, but extremely complex. REAKTOR guru Brent Kallmer saves the day and shows you the ins and outs with a in-depth series covering the important features and functions of this awesome software suite.
This definitive series from Massive guru Laurence Holcombe is going to work you out and turn your brain into a massive pool of knowledge about this incredible virtual instrument! If you use Massive, this series is a must have.
Watch DAW guru Eli Krantzberg break down one of the most vast and powerful soft samplers ever made, Native Instruments Kontakt. From beginning to end, it's all here, waiting for you to use to get the most out of Kontakt. This in-depth series is for beginner to intermediate users of Native Instruments Kontakt and dives deep into its powerful features and functions.
Learn to spit out crazy and exciting stutter effects with this awesome plug-in and series by plug-in guru Sedric Pieretti. Sedric takes you from the beginning to end, covering every feature and function as well as practical examples on how to use Stutter Edit on mixes and common instruments.
iZotope RX 2 is hands down one of the best and most complete audio repair toolkits on the market, enabling you to remove noise, hiss, buzz and hum, eliminate clicks and crackle, restore clipped audio, visually select and suppress unwanted sounds, resynthesize missing audio and much more.
Presented by Pro-Tools-Expert.com leader Mike Thornton, this collection of in-depth video tutorials will demystify all that is RX 2, giving you the knowledge to repair, enhance or manipulate, any audio you come by.
Mike starts at the beginning, with a detailed introduction to RX 2 and why it's so badly needed in today's audio world. Next, he covers the user interface, menus, and waveform and spectrogram displays. Mike then dives into the timesaving Compare Settings and shortcuts. Mike now shows off RX 2's amazing modules and covers them all, such as Declip, Declick & Decrackle and Denoise.
For the next stage, Mike goes into Spectral Repair, the Gain, EQ and Channel Ops modules, followed by using the Spectrum Analyzer. He finally wraps up the awesome series with Resample, Dither, Plug-in Hosting, Time / Pitch Shifting, and the Deconstruct module.
If you use iZotope RX 2 or RX 2 Advanced, this series is a must have. By really knowing all the features and functions, as well as seeing it used on actual audio, there's nothing you won't be able to repair, enhance or manipulate with this amazing software. Get "iZotope RX 2 Explained" today.
23 Tutorials / Almost 3 Hours Total Runtime
For all beginner to intermediate iZotope RX 2 or RX 2 Advanced users
Tutorials written by Pro-Tools-Expert.com leader Mike Thornton
Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
Insight is the amazing new visual metering suite by iZotope. Do you know what you're looking at? Well, Pro-Tools-Expert.com contributor Mike Thornton will reveal all its secrets in this in-depth collection of video tutorials and get you using the metering plug-ins like a pro.
Learn to program drums like a real drummer! Eli Krantzberg, musician and DAW extraordinaire, shows you all of a drummer's "secret weapons" that make real drumming sound, well... real! Your beats and fills will be so much better and authentic sounding after watching this series... Eli guarantees it!
Learn the upbeats and downbeats of NI’s cool studio drum machine in this "crash” course from the talented music producer and macProVideo.com trainer, Toby Pitman...
Studio Drummer is a rockin’ drum machine! Join Toby Pitman as he shows you everything from it’s GUI to some awesome programming tips that will make your drums tracks rock!
This tutorial starts out with up-close look at the Kit, Mixer, Grooves and Options window where all the programing magic happens. Next, there’s a deep dive into the Session, Stadium and Garage kits that explains all the cool sounds, articulations and multi-samples. Next, Toby "kicks” it up a level with a detailed look at the mixer with it’s insert effects and reverbs. You’ll learn how to create and save Instruments, Channel settings and Mixer presets.
From the you’ll explore Studio Drummer’s flexible output section. You’ll learn about the Bus Architecture, Output Assignments. There’s even an informative video on creating Stems. In the next section,Toby gives up some of his secret drum articulation tips to help you create more realistic snare, hat and Cymbal tracks! And, if that wasn’t enough, there’s even a cool video on integrating Studio Drummer with Maschine!
So watch this awesome tutorial by Toby Pitman and explore all of macProVideo’s extensive and ever-growing library of Native Instruments tutorials. We love NI’s awesome instruments!
Ableton Live’s Sampler is extremely powerful. In this hands-on tutorial Dance music performer and sound design expert Olav Basoski shows you how he uses Sampler to create the original sounds that elevate and enhance his productions...
Sampling is huge in music production. We all use samplers, but very few of us know how they work and how to effectively deploy them in our productions. Ableton’s awesome Sampler is seamlessly integrated into Live’s workflow which makes it both easy to master and intuitive to use in both your "live” and studio tracks.
This tutorial is divided into two parts: Part One begins with a look at how sampling works. You’ll see all of Sampler’s basic controls and functions as Olav guides you through all the options on Sampler’s GUI. Once its functionality has been clearly explained, Olav takes a deep, sonic dive into sound design.
And now the fun begins: In Part Two you're invited into Olav’s audio workshop where you’ll see him create his sonic masterpieces. He turns vocals into kick drums AND funky bass parts. Master Basoski then shows you how he designs swooping sweeps and staccato stutter FX. He also does some cool "oldskool” time-stretching.
So join Olav Basoski in this informative Sampler sound design tutorial and see how you can release the outrageous audio potential locked up in Ableton’s premium instrument: Sampler!
Squash it. Smash it! Make it dirty and shake it up! That sounds like Pulverisor –the new FX plugin from the mad scientists at Propellerhead. Let GW Childs show you how to totally PULVERIZE your Reason 6 tracks...
Dirty is the new clean. That’s exactly what Pulveriser does: It turns your cleanest, most pristine audio into the baddest, most messed up awesome audio junk you’ve ever heard.
GW Childs, our MPV audio mangling maestro, shows you his patented, pulverizing techniques in this workflow-based, 20-video tutorial. You’ll learn everything about Pulveriser and how to use it in your productions as GW systematically smashes his way through his own Pulverser laden project.
So join GW and see how you can Pulverise you projects to perfection!
MacProVideo Reason 6 106 FX EQ Automation and Mixing TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Team SYNTHiC4TE | 31.10.2011 | 342.67 MB
Links update: 06/12/2016
The instruments are smoking. The rack is exploding. Now it’s time to pull it all together and make musical sense of all this Reason 6 mayhem! In this tutorial, Hollin Jones get’s you into the mixer and exploring the FX, EQ and automation...
MacProVideo Music Theory 105 Basslines TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Team SYNTHiC4TE | 27 September 2012 | 260.05 MB
Links update: 29/04/2019
Get ready to track the bass with producer Gregg Fine in this "groove-along" course that will break down the bass lines and show you how to create your own grooves...
How many of your favorite songs can you name just from hearing the bass line? It's probably quite a few. That’s because the bass, when played and programmed by the pros, stands alone at bottom of the production where it serves as the foundation of the track! A great bass line can really make a good song even better! A powerful base line can act both as the foundation of the track and as another melodic hook within the track!
With his carefully crafted musical examples, Gregg gives you a great sense of how a bass line can evolve as your song builds. He uses musical notation so you can see and hear the bass and how it complements the song. Gregg explains how the bass serves to reinforce the chordal structure of a tune by "landing” on the different notes of the chords. He also explains the powerful relationship between the bass and kick. After all, the bass IS a member of the rhythm section!
What takes this bass line theory to even higher ground are Gregg’s thoughtful examples and play-along grooves that allow you see and hear how great bass lines are constructed.
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