ADSR Sounds Vocal Resynthesis TUTORiAL
In this tutorial course Echo Sound Works will show you how to resynthesize vocal samples and turn them into playable instruments for various genres of EDM. You’ll learn how to make the perfect sounds for everything from Future House, Deep House and Melbourne Bounce to Trap, Dubstep and more.
Do you dream of having your music played at clubs and festivals around the world? Want to know how to create the types of sounds and samples that make your favourite songs stand out?
8 detailed, walkthrough videos explain and demonstrate specific techniques used by professional DJ’s and artists allowing you to create fresh sounds with ease.
PART 1 – Introduction - Welcome and overview of the course material.
PART 2 – What is Resynthesis - This video goes over the ideas and concepts behind resynthesis and looks at example tracks of the types of sounds we will be making in the tutorial course.
PART 3 – Logic X Time and Pitch Machine - This is seldom used and an often misunderstood tool in Logic. What can easily be done in Live when it comes to time stretching and pitch shifting requires a little more know how in Logic X.
PART 4 – Formant Shifts - This video looks at how you can use Formant shifting to create more unique vocal sounds.
PART 5 – Creating Kontakt Instruments - this in depth look will teach you everything you need to know to create basic custom Kontakt instruments.
PART6 – Deep House Vocals - This video will demonstrate how to make a Deep House style resynthesized vocal loop.
PART 7 – Melbourne Bounce - This video will teach you how to make a Kontakt instrument that will play well with Melbourne Bounce and even trap.
PART 8 – Mangling Audio – In the final video of the tutorial course, we will look at how to create instruments from basic human speech![/spoiler]
ADSR Sounds Write Better Melodies In 1 Hour TUTORiAL
Writing catchy and interesting melody is one of the most important parts of creating music. It is truly the one aspect of creation that allows your musical character to shine through. It’s not always easy to craft that perfect melody.
In this tutorial course, Echo Sound Works will show you 5 personal tips and tricks that he uses to help create interesting melody. This course doesn’t require a lot of music theory knowledge, it’s presented in a way that even an absolute beginner would understand.
The course is just over an hour long and by the end of it, you will be creating better melodies.
PART 1 - Introduction - This video will layout the content of the course.
PART 2 - Defining Melody - Learn how to define something like melody to better understand how to create it.
PART 3 - Melodies With Purpose - In this video, learn 3 guidelines that will help you write melody with purpose. This is a great video if you struggle figuring out where to start when trying to write a melody.
PART 4 - Voice Leading - Learn how to properly voice lead when creating melodies.
PART 5 - Themes and Motifs - This video covers 3 elements that you can use in any melody to create a unique theme or motif.
PART 6 - Chord Progression and Melody - The final video in this course will cover how to change the sound of your melody by changing your chord progressions.
ADSR Sounds Mixing In Mono TUTORiAL
In a world dominated by stereo listening environments, headphones, two monitor sets, car stereos etc., there still is great importance in getting your mixes to sound good in both Mono and Stereo. If you’re an EDM artist and want your tracks played out live, you will need to have a good mono mix because that’s how those live systems are set up for playback.
In this course Echo Sound Works will teach you how to create a mix that sounds good in mono and also how to improve the quality of your stereo mixes using mono referencing.
The course is broken up into 8 individual sections covering everything you need to know about monophonic vs stereophonic sounds.
PART 1- Introduction - This video simply lays out the rest of the course.
PART 2 - Monophonic Vs. Stereophonic - There is more of difference between these two concepts than just how many perceived channels we hear audio on. Mono and Stereo are an integral part of any mix and knowing when and why to make some tracks mono or more mono compatible can actually really help your stereo mixes come to life.
PART 3 - Referencing Your Mix In Mono - This video talks about a few techniques that will let you actually hear wants happening in your monophonically.
PART 4 - Monophonic Mix Elements - This video outlines what elements (like what type of tracks/instruments) should be in mono or at least treated to be mono compatible.
PART 5 - Stereophonic Mix Elements - This video details what types of instruments or sounds should be kept in Stereo so your mixes sound commercially viable.
PART 6 - Addressing Low End Elements - This video will show you how to mix and treat the low end instruments of a mix for better mono compatibility and improved stereo image.
PART 7 - Addressing High End Elements - This section will show you how to improve your mono compatibility in regards tot he high end instruments in your mix, things like hi hats, noises, synths etc.
PART 8 - Wider Mono Tracks - This video will show you 5 great tips and tricks to get wider mono tracks in your stereo mix.
ADSR Sounds Echo Sounds Work Mixing For The Kick TUTORiAL
It’s every producer and mix engineer’s worse nightmare – you’ve got a stunning vocal and the perfect lead mixed into a killer drop. It’s all coming along great but then there’s that super sad kick that sucks all the energy out of the dancefloor…
It’s time to wake up and learn to make the kind of music you dream about. Get some fresh perspectives on how to mix for the kick with this 8-part video course presented by Echo Sound Works.
In just over an hour you will learn to manipulate the various elements of your track to energize the kick and allow it to drive your track.
PART 1 – Introduction - This video briefly covers the course topics.
PART 2 – Mixing Philosophy - This video talks about classic mixing engineer’s philosophy and how it can apply in the modern digital age.
PART 3 – Defining The Low End - In this section, we look at how to define the low end of your mix in regards to the kick and the bass and how they affect each other.
PART 4 – Gain Staging The Kick - This video will discuss how to properly gain stage your kick with both peak and RMS levels.
Making the Kick King
PART 5 – Panning Around Center - It might sound weird, but the whole reason we pan things is to strengthen the center of our mixes. When you think like this, you can use panning to improve the quality of your kick.
PART 6 – Envelope Shaping - This video offers some really unique uses for Envelope shaping.
PART 7 – Offsetting Values - A fairly basic technique, but when used in the right context it can be a powerful way of opening up the mix for the kick.
PART 8 – Ducking & Side Chaining - Saved the best for last, these two techniques can be used in almost every song you work on to help make the kick bigger and punchier.
Sonic Academy How To Make Popstep Dubstep R2 TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
Step into the Dubstep / Drum & Bass / Pop crossover genre with our 'How To Make Popstep' course. Create poppy stab and synth sounds coupled with a grimey bass wobble to add that dubstep influence.
Tutorial 2 - Drums
Tutorial 3 - Drum Compression
Tutorial 4 - Reverb
Tutorial 5 - Master Compression Trick
Tutorial 6 - Guitar Part
Tutorial 7 - Mid Bass
Tutorial 8 - Phaser Synth
Tutorial 9 - Bright Synth
Tutorial 10 - Sub Bass
Tutorial 11 - Lead Synth
Tutorial 12 - Vowel Filter
Tutorial 13 - Vowel Filter Automation
Tutorial 14 - Grime Bass
Tutorial 15 - Grime Bass 2
Tutorial 16 - Bass EQ Group
Tutorial 17 - Parallel Compression
Tutorial 18 - Grime Bassline in Sylenth
Tutorial 19 - Arranging Breakdown 1
Tutorial 20 - Arranging Breakdown 2
Tutorial 21 - Arranging Buildup
Tutorial 22 - Arranging Buildup 2
Tutorial 23 - Drum Fills
Tutorial 24 - Vocals 1
Tutorial 25 - Vocals 2
Tutorial 26 - Vocal Pitch Effect
Tutorial 27 - Arranging Start of Track
Tutorial 28 - FX
Tutorial 29 - Snare Reverb
Tutorial 30 - New Build Up
Tutorial 31 - New Build Up 2
Tutorial 32 - Final Arranging
Release #2 Notes:
Since are last release Sonic Academy has added 15 new videos and has updated the project files.
Groove3 Flex Pitch Explained TUTORIAL
Presented by Apple Certified Logic Trainer Doug Zangar, this collection of video tutorials explores Logic Pro X's amazing Flex Pitch re-tuning feature. Join Doug as he shows you all of Flex Pitch's features and functions, as well as how to use it to create harmonies and more!
Doug begins with an overview of the Flex Pitch feature before jumping right in with an introduction to the all mighty "formant". From here, Doug gets hands on taking a look at using Flex Pitch in the Tracks Area and editing the pitch and formant settings to sculpt your vocals and sounds. Next, Doug digs into using the local inspector to quantize time and pitch, as well as change the gain.
Audio Track Editor hot spots are up next and Doug shows how they can be used to change pitch, pitch drift, gain, vibrato and formants easily. Finally, Doug moves on to some workflow tips, sharing some great knowledge on the Pitch to MIDI function, using your MIDI controller to edit note pitch, creating vocal harmonies and more.
Pitch correction is a vital tool in today's modern studio and Logic Pro X has you covered. Let Doug give you the skills you need to put this power packed pitch program to good use... Watch "Flex Pitch Explained" today!
9 Tutorials / Over 54 Minutes Total Runtime
For all beginner to intermediate Logic X / Flex Pitch users
Tutorials written by Apple Logic Certified Pro Doug Zangar
Simple to use video control interface for Mac & PC
Watch Online, Download, Stream to iPad, iPhone & iPod
ADSR Additive Synthesis Explained TUTORiAL
In this tutorial course, Echo Sound Works walks you through the complex but rewarding world of all things additive synthesis. Additive Synthesis is one of the three main forms of synthesis. It’s actually the oldest form of sound synthesis. It’s methods and techniques predate subtractive and FM synthesis.
Featuring more than 60 minutes of intensive video tuition, this course is broken up into 5 parts and covers everything from the theory behind Additive Synthesis to how to make sounds using harmonics and partials.
By the end of the 5 videos, you will be familiar with the concepts of Additive Synthesis and be comfortable using multiple software synthesizers that are either Additive in nature or have Additive engines.
...::: Professional Skills At Your Fingertips – Learn Craft Your Signature Sound :::...
...::: The Theory of Additive Synthesis :::...
PART 1 – INTRODUCTION - This video covers the scope of the course.
PART 2 – WHAT IS ADDITIVE SYNTHESIS - This section covers the basics of Additive Synthesis covering ideas like fundamental frequencies, harmonics, overtones, partials etc.
PART 3 – ADDITIVE SYNTHESIZERS - This video discusses and looks at some of the most popular Additive Synths on the market. If you don’t own an Additive Synth or want to know about the other options out there, this is a great video.
...::: Additive Synthesis in Practice :::...
PART 4 – HARMONICS - In this section, get a unique view on how to use harmonics and partials to sculpt sounds in an Additive engine.
PART 5 – MAKING SOUNDS - To finish up the course, we look at some generic tips and tricks that will allow you to make better sounds in any Additive synthesizer.
...::: Learn to Create Not Just Imitate :::...
As the name suggests, Additive synthesis involves adding together multiple basic waveforms to create more complex ones. Some of the most powerful VSTs including U-he Zebra, Logic Pro-X Alchemy, and a whole slew of NI Reaktor ensembles feature additive synthesis as part of their M.O.
In skilled hands, Additive Synthesis provides an amazing level of control and flexibility and can be used to create unique and unusual sounds. Difficult to master, it’s worth getting your head around if you want to design sounds that are truly original.
...::: About Your Tutor :::...
Echo Sound Works is a sound designer and music producer and one of ADSR’s lead tutors for massivesynth.com and sylenthtutorials.com. He is the creator of the best selling sound sets Massive Beast V.1, Melbourne Anthems, EDM Drops V.1 and Future EDM V.1.
He has produced music in multiple genres including EDM, singer songwriter and pop ands had his music placed everywhere from VH1 and MTV to ABC Family and Lionsgate. Professional instruction from a working producer. It’s like having your own private tutor!