Udemy Create Progressive House Like Axwell and Ingrosso TUTORiAL
Learn how to make Progressive House like Axwell & Ingrosso
Have you ever wanted to learn how to make music in the style of Axwell & Ingrosso?
We will go over different producing techniques and subjects such as how to create an idea and getting to the creative mindset when producing music - something that can be really hard to fight when you are stuck in writers block or are simply out of any ideas. Arrangement, mixing and mastering are subjects that we are going to go through from scratch.
Groove3 Revoice Pro 3.3 Explained TUTORiAL
Synchro Arts Revoice Pro 3 is truly in a class of its own as a "time and effort saver" in audio production, quickly and easily fixing the "unfixable", tuning and syncing vocals, and even creating special effects.
Revoice Pro master Marcus Huyskens starts with Standalone Basics, giving you numerous videos on how to Install & Authorize RVP3, Create Tracks, Import Audio, Set Preferences, use the Playback Tools, make Mixer Adjustments and Edit Audio.
Udemy Sound Design Boost Your Brand by Creating an Audio Logo TUTORiAL
Understanding what goes into build up a brand with audio by giving a brand an audio sonic identity
Boost Your Brand by Creating an Audio Logo
Groove3 MASCHINE Know-How Drum Synths TUTORiAL
MASCHINE expert Sami Rabia covers MASCHINE's Drum Synths in detail, showing you everything you need to know to understand, build and use Drum Synths' drum sounds and kits in your songs and productions!
Sami starts off with an in-depth overview of Drum Synths and its common controls and parameters, including how to load and save presets.
GuitarZoom 36 Metal Licks by Steve Stine
36 Metal Licks is an easy guide to playing metal licks that helps beginners and advanced guitarists
create awesome guitar solos from start to finish.
Lynda Pro Tools 12 Essential Training 110 TUTORiAL
Start recording, editing, and mixing audio with confidence by learning how to operate a Pro Tools 12 digital audio workstation to complete a mid-sized session. This course expands on the basic principles covered in Pro Tools Essential Training: 101. This second course in the series starts by showing you how to set up your system and manage session data and media files. Next, techniques for recording MIDI and audio, working with virtual instruments, and editing MIDI data are covered. Then, working with Elastic Audio is demonstrated. The course continues by covering a host of editing and processing techniques. Finally, you can learn how to put the finishing touches on your project, using automation and advanced mixing techniques, before creating your final media.
Lick Library Classic Albums Led Zeppelin IV By Danny Gill (2017)
Selling 30 million copies worldwide, Led Zeppelin’s untitled fourth studio album commonly known as Led Zeppelin IV Is one of the most popular and influential albums of all time.
Groove3 How Drum Grooves Control the Genre of Music TUTORiAL
In this course, Josh Bess explains how the type of drum grooves you create along with the sound choices you use will completely change the genre of music you are creating. Josh discusses ideas focused on drum rhythm creation, MIDI note editing, sound design choices, groove, swing, feel, and many other related topics asked throughout the live webinar.
Udemy Music Theory Comprehensive: Part 7 Harmonization TUTORiAL
How to Harmonize Melodies with Chords, Bass Lines, Cadences, and Phrasing
Master college-level Music Theory Class
Compose music in the style of Bach and other Baroque composers
Compose music in the style of many 18th Century Composers
Create more emotional music using suspensions, resolutions, and non-chord tones effectively
Lick Library Mastering The Blues Part Two By Levi Clay (2017)
Continuing on with his Mastering the Blues series, in this installment Levi Clay takes you beyond the realm of playing a scale over the blues, and instead focuses on adding a little jazz influence by outlining the chord changes more closely. Using a mixture of pentatonics, blues scales, arpeggios and various other scale ideas, you’ll learn to apply music theory to a whole host of blues progressions and play more interesting blues solos.