Guides

Sound for the screen: A practical masterclass on soundtracking for film and television

Between blockbuster movies, the explosion in streaming services, online video ads and brand content, the demand for soundtracking professionals has never been greater. We provide practical tips on how you can begin your journey into the field of music for picture.

Why bass matters: The beginner’s guide to low end

Getting low frequencies right can make or break your mix – and your entire track. We dive straight into the deep end and go back to basics to explore the development and varying sounds of bass instruments. Time to get low, low, low.

8 pro tips for live streaming

Wanting to live stream but not sure where to start? Artist and seasoned live streamer Emma McGann offers advice on gear, engaging an audience and setting the tone.

6 best mixing tutorials and online courses

It’s all very well getting caught up in buying the latest plug-ins and outboard, but it’s no use if you don’t know how to use them! We’ve rounded up some of our favourite mixing tutorials and online courses that can help improve your production chops and take your mixes to the next level.
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Arturia gives away two software instruments for a limited time in coronavirus lockdown

iSpark drum machine is now free on iOS and Pigments 2 is given an extended trial period.

Ableton Live 10 Suite is now free for 90 days

More software to keep yourself occupied during the coronavirus lockdown.

Quick Tip: How to build a music-to-picture template in Logic Pro X

When you're writing music for film and TV, time is precious. Here's how to build a perfectly tailored template project in Logic Pro X that will keep you focused on creativity and speed up stem creation.
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