Tag archive for ‘Music Production’
By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, August 26th, 2015
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Aisling Brouwer Interview – Composing for TV & Film

If you have ever wanted your music to score major TV and film productions, you could do worse than taking advice from someone who has been there and done that. MusicTech talks to Aisling Brouwer about how to succeed More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
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14 Tips to Push Your Music Online

You need a website. We trust this should be obvious, but there’s a whole lot more to your online campaign to sell your music, and yourself, than that. Here are our tips to an all conquering online music strategy… 1: More...

By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, August 4th, 2015
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Online Collaboration – The Ultimate Guide

There are now more ways than ever to collaborate with other musicians and produce great music without ever being in the same room. Hollin Jones gives you the lowdown… Technology has changed almost every aspect More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
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Pro Tools Tutorial: Compressor Types Explained

Getting your head around the different types of compressor can make all the difference to your sound. Mike Hillier finds out what’s involved… Knowing how to set your compressor’s threshold, ratio, attack More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, July 8th, 2015
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Pro Tools Tutorial: Playing With Compressors

Our tutorial on Compressor types continues with a step by step guide – to follow these steps you’ll need the project files which you can download from here 1: The project this month has a single More...

By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, July 1st, 2015
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12 Tips On Making a Demo – Make Money From Music

Continuing on from our last load of money making tips we now move to the obvious next step – Make a demo. Sounds obvious, but a good demo shows off your versatility and musical prowess. Here are MusicTech’s More...

8: Keep going and fill the other pad slots with different sounds. You might want to add a synth hi-hat module for example, maybe using overdrive and compression as inserts to help the sound cut through the mix.
By MusicTech.net On Wednesday, June 10th, 2015
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Reason Tutorial: Design Your Own Drum Sounds

Designing your own drum sounds from scratch lets you put your own sonic stamp on any production, as Hollin Jones explains… The invention of the drum machine caused a revolution in popular music. Suddenly, More...

By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, May 26th, 2015
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How To Run A Pro Studio – The Ultimate Guide

Running a professional studio is a dream to all of us, so how do you get in the door of a pro set up or even run your own facility as a money-making operation? Rob Boffard has the answers… If you make music, More...

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By MusicTech.net On Tuesday, May 19th, 2015
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The Bluffer’s Guide To Synthesisers

Just why are synths so popular? Take a swift walk through the history of the synthesiser with Rob Boffard and you’ll be hooked You’ll come across a synthesiser pretty quickly if you’re involved in music More...