How can you turn your music DAW’s default drum sounds into something more realistic sounding? With these producer’s tricks you can make a MIDI kit sound like it’s being played by a real drummer. ============================== Consider subscribing to the channel for more guitar lessons, original compositions and occasional gear reviews. Check out the blog for more lessons, and exclusive content: Sign-up for my monthly news digest over here:
A few days ago Steinberg released Cubase 10, most of you know I have been working with cubase from early on, SX3, which is about 10 years ago. But all the way back then you had to rely on Logic as well for their renown clip distortion. I experimented with logic for a very short while but Cubase has such a great workflow for me that I continued on to use both, Cubase to produce in, logic to create kicks with. Until a couple of days ago because now Cubase 10 features an all new VST called Distroyer and I [More]
This Pro Tools tutorial explores how to convert drum transients to MIDI. Watch more at This specific tutorial is just a single movie from chapter three of the Pro Tools Projects: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and Sound Replacer course presented by author Brian Lee White. The complete Pro Tools Projects: Editing Drums Using Beat Detective and Sound Replacer course has a total duration of 3 hours and covers many of the operational modes and common workflows in Beat Detective, including tempo mapping and quantizing multi-track drums, and a variety of drum sweetening techniques like sample triggering with [More]
Musical Artist Vince Casas gives a class presentation on Pro Tools. This is video from a live class presentation so please be patient. I apologize that I move around the room very frequently.
Hey guys, Here’s my in depth review of Cubase pro 10. In this video I’m going in depth in most of the new features including Mixconsole snapshots, AAF support, video edit mode, Variaudio 3, MPE support, VR audio and mixing, the new UI and Hi DPI display support, drag and drop plugins, the new Audio alignment tool (great for ADR or back vocals), 64 bit wave file support and much much more. This is a long video since it’s a full tutorial and I try to not only show you the features, but bring them in context. I hope you’ll [More]
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Liberty Park Music – Your Time – Your Place Are you learning the basic dynamics of music? You may be wondering what is piano? What is forte? And what is mezzo piano? Dynamics are markings that usually indicate how the volume of a piece should be played. Basic dynamics illustrate the loudness of any given note. Some common dynamic markings are piano, forte, mezzo forte, mezzo piano, pianissimo, and fortissimo. Find out how they are marked and how they are played in this short lesson excerpt from liberty park music. If you are looking to learn the basics of [More]
Click here for more info! Next up in our free Pro Tools tutorial series: Instructor Phil Nichols demonstrates how to allocate all of your Pro Tools session resources to an external drive. Commonly, engineers will run sessions in studios they don’t normally work in, maybe just for a day. They’ll have a recording session, and they want to bring in external hard drives. The thought is that it would be convenient if the engineer could bring in an external hard drive, record to it, and then take that drive with them at the end of the session, perhaps to [More]
Hey guys, Here’s my in depth review of Cubase pro 9.5. In this video I’m giving you tips and tricks on how to use the new features including the new automation system, 16 insert slots, direct offline processing, the new 64 bit double precision engine, new plugins layout and much more! I hope you’ll enjoy this one. This is a long video since it’s a full tutorial. I hope you’ll enjoy Cubase 9.5 E-mail: Mailing List: Website: Facebook:
In this micro-lecture, Jason de Wilde, Head of Audio at the Australian Institute of Music demonstrates the use of side-chain compression. Using Pro Tools, you will be taken through the setup of the side chain and hear the process in action. Jason’s Website – Jason’s You Tube – Check out all our You Tube Channels AIMtvSydney – AIMtvStage – AIMtvTestimonials – AIMtvDramaticArt – Our Website – AIMtv on our Website – Facebook – Twitter – Instagram – Linkedin – Google Plus – Audio @ AIM Welcome to [More]