ADSR Bassic For Ni REAKTOR ENS
Introducing BASSIC, a Reaktor synth made with the modern electronic producer in mind.
Stripped of all the things that can distract or confuse when designing killer bass music instruments, BASSIC has all the basic components needed to create professional sounds in just a matter of minutes! No more spending countless hours dialling in settings across parameters that aren’t even necessary.
No more complex routing decisions. And no more time spent on things that only seem to derail the creative process!
We created BASSIC with one thing in mind – Simplicity.
We wanted a synth that the common producer or musician can use without the need for a lot of learning or experience just to make some nice bass music synths.
Right now, we are seeing deeper and more complex synths being released than ever before. Yes, they can do more and that’s great! But what about people who are not experienced sound designers? What if you don’t want to invest hundreds of dollars into another plugin?
This is exactly why BASSIC was made and why it can help you produce more music!
Strategic Audio West Indian Soca Rhythms Vol.2 ACiD WAV MiDi
'West Indian Soca Rhythms Vol 2' from Strategic Audio is the sequel to the ground-breaking first Volume and features five amazing Soca/Calypso/World Construction Kits. This pack is inspired by the styles of prominent Soca artists such as Machel Montano, Kes the Band, Rupee, Kerwin DuBois, Shurwayne Winchester, and Skinny Fabulous.
The sounds are also fused with the Pop and Dance influences of artists such as Pitbull and Flo Rida.
Soca is a subgenre of indigenous Caribbean genre Calypso and its name is derived from it being a mixture of Soul and Calypso.
With tempos ranging from 120 BPM to 130 BPM, this pack captures the sound of what is referred to as 'Groovy Soca' and blends it perfectly with elements of Dance and Techno.
With just over 700 MB of content, including authentic West Indian percussion, melodic synths and guitars, booming Caribbean flavoured drums and basslines, this pack is a must-have for any serious Pop, Dance and World music producer.
All sounds have been processed by the latest top-of-the-line Waves plug-ins for that album and radio-ready sound.
ADSR Angry Bass For Ni MASSiVE NSMV
Angry Bass for NI Massive contains 50 in your face presets that are perfect for dubstep, drum & bass and complextro. The wobbles and bass presets in Angry Bass aren’t you’re run of the mill sounds. They are suppose to be piercing, huge and rich with attitude.
The set contains:
• 36 Basses/Wobbles
• 1 FX
• 12 Leads
• 1 Pad
ADSR Bass Music For Ni MASSiVE NSMV
This preset pack is made up of 50 wide range Massive presets. It includes heavy basses, leads, pads, experimental sound design and many more. This is a great preset pack to add to your collection. The complete novice even to the sound design expert can benefit from this pack.
These presets are great and suitable to use in your own productions. Have fun making amazing music with these wonderful presets!
Guitar Techniques March 2017
Guitar Techniques is music magazine especially for Guitars, from choosing right model guitar to tuning , for noobs to pro everything is covered and explained in simple manner. hot lessons too.
ADSR Sounds Sequencer Modules in Reaktor TUTORiAL
Sequencing in Reaktor – How to build your own sequencing tools
Reaktor’s Sequencer modules are the gateway to creating powerful, user-friendly tools for modulation and automation.
This is an accelerated program that teaches you how to use the sequencer module in Reaktor. Using real-time demonstration to make complex concepts easy to follow, This course will give you useable skills you can start applying instantly to your own projects
Learn how to create several types of sequencers, including one that functions in a similar way to Massive’s popular ‘Stepper’ modulator. You’ll discover a unique modulation system allows for flexible interaction between your sequencers and any knob in Reaktor. You’ll also introduce a multi-slider GUI that greatly improves the look and feel
ADSR Sounds How To Mix Electronic Dance Music A Practical Guide TUTORiAL
Got the basics of your track down but struggling to get the mix right? Forget reading manuals and focusing solely on the theory – The best way to learn how to mix is to jump right in! In this course, complex concepts are made easy by demonstration allowing you to practice and perfect as you watch and, more importantly, do! Gain the knowledge you need to create clean songs with every sounds sitting perfectly in the mix not fighting for frequency.
This comprehensive course gives you professional, high-quality guidance right in your own home studio.
What You Will Learn In This Mixing Course
In this practical guide you’ll learn how to to mix music by watching and practicing with working examples, in real time.
All the sound elements of a full track are included – royalty-free – for your use. Simply load the sounds into your preferred DAW and follow along to get a hands-on understanding of how to mix each part of your track.
From prepping the mix and getting organized in the arrangement, to creating bus mixes, parallel processing of drums and using reference tracks to better suit the mix
Udemy Make Money in Your Home Studio and as a Music Producer TUTORiAL
Running a recording studio or just being in the industry as an aspiring music producer isn't easy. There are in fact lots of challenges that you'll face.
In this course, everything you need to turn your passion into a profitable business will be revealed to you. Even if you have no prior experience in business or have been running your studio for awhile, you'll discover lots of wisdom and good advice from this course.
What Kind Of Materials Are Included?
The lessons are based from real experience of starting and running a studio.
Comprised of videos tutorials, documents, checklists and tons of downloads, it'll be the most complete course you'll be able to find on running a successful recording studio and upbringing yourself as a music producer or composer.
ADSR Sounds FFT with Reaktor TUTORiAL
Learn FFT with REAKTOR.
Manipulate sound like never before!
Learn how to use fast fourier transform (FFT) with Reaktor. This six-part course teaches you everything from the basics of FFT and how to analyze audio components; through to how to make and use several different effects including a spectral delay, a spectral freeze and a time-stretch effect. Included in the course materials are 5 example ensembles that provide a practical base for you to follow along and experiment as you discover the might of FFT modules.
Disclaimer – This course assumes a working knowledge of Reaktor, Reaktor Core and in particular Core arrays. If you are unfamiliar with this environment you can check out our course on Reaktor Core. It also really helps to have an understanding of algebra as there is a fair amount of maths involved. 5.9.2 required
00 – Introduction to FFT
Master the basics of FFT using the ezFFT macro collection from the Reaktor User Library. Come to grips with the macros we’ll be using for this course and how they interact with each other to give us information about the audio input. We’ll touch on some shortcomings of FFT plus how to use the ensembles provided with this course.
MacProVideo Logic Pro X 114 External MIDI Advanced TUTORiAL
This course, by Logic Pro expert Booker Edwards, takes you even deeper into the world of external MIDI instruments. Learn all about external multi-timbral MIDI, outboard audio processing and lots more in this 31-tutorial exposé!
So, say you want to hook up some classic multi-timbral MIDI modules and some vintage audio processing hardware... and, you might have some very cool NEW keyboards, sequencers and drum machines as well. How do you get it all working together and synchronized? And how do you bring all that awesome audio back into Logic? Booker Edwards, the Atlanta Logic Trainer, untangles all those wacky wires and shows you how it’s done!
This advanced course teaches you all about everything external in Logic Pro. Not only do you learn about managing multi-timbral instruments but Booker also totally demystifies your new best friend: the External Instrument Plugin. Next, is a diabolical discourse on synchronization. I mean, what good is all this cool gear if the beats don’t line up? This is followed by the external audio hardware bible. This section alone is like a trip to classic analog heaven when you start hearing how magical a real, analog compressor sounds.
Finally, Booker answers the question that every producer want to know: "How do you synchronize Logic Pro with… ahem… Pro Tools!!" Yes, my friends, you will be elated to know that these mortal DAW enemies are now working together as audio/MIDI allies!