Tag archive for ‘Music Mixing’
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By MusicTech.net On Thursday, September 25th, 2014
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Cubase Tutorial: Become a Power User Part 13 – Mixing Down and Uploading

In an additional part of the Cubase Power User series, Tim Hallas looks at how to get your tunes out of Cubase and release them into the musical wilds… So, after a year of tutorials we have reached the point More...

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By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Ableton Push: Composition & Sound Design – Continued

    A tune a day Like drums, the process of composing melodies and chords can be an explorative one, and this is when Push’s Scale and Key functions really shine. We like to develop ideas on the pads More...

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By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Ableton Push: Composition & Sound Design

Learning to use Push entails more than simply understanding its functionality. Liam O’Mullane shares his essential techniques for kicking out some jams. Since its release, Push has slowly become an integral part More...

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By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
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Ableton Push: Composition & Sound Design – Continued

    Automatic for the people In today’s electronic music, sound design is a balancing act to strike alongside good, solid musical ideas. You may start by building sounds and then crafting them into More...

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By MusicTech.net On Saturday, September 13th, 2014
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Cutting-edge Production Techniques: Mixing Into the Stereo Buss – Continued

    Next stop With the compressor in place before performing any rides you will find that, as you push up, at some point it stops rising as quickly and the compression starts hitting harder, bringing More...

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By MusicTech.net On Saturday, September 13th, 2014
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Cutting-edge Production Techniques: Mixing Into the Stereo Buss

Stereo buss processing can push your mixes forward at breakneck speed. Mike Hillier straps in for the ride… One of the most common problems we come across is a confusion between how to use the stereo buss when More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
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How to Produce: Dirty Dubstep Part 2 – Continued

Compression and EQ Processing is always a subjective craft, but some basic guidelines are always a good place to start. In our case, because the bass sound is the aggressive, mid-ranged element we have pulled More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
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How to Produce: Dirty Dubstep Part 2 – Continued

The science part Regardless of the style of drum sounds you have in mind for your project, each individual drum element can be thought of and broken down into stages. Let’s think about the physics of hitting More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, September 9th, 2014
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How to Produce: Dirty Dubstep Part 2

Following on from the building blocks for bass design within the harder side of dubstep, Liam O’Mullane and Christopher Pearson now delve into the art of programming and producing drum sounds that tick all the More...