Ableton: Building a Dubstep Kick with Operator
Mar23

Ableton: Building a Dubstep Kick with Operator

4 Part Video Tutorial Series on Building a Dubstep Kick Drum using Operator and Effects Native to Ableton Live! If you want to skip the tutorials, not recommended, and just download the final instrument rack look towards the bottom of the page above the videos. *you need Ableton’s Operator & Saturator. **If you want more kicks like this check this out. The Goal We set out on this journey attempting to make a fat dubstep kick...

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Massive Tutorial | Reggae / Garage Bass Patch
Mar07

Massive Tutorial | Reggae / Garage Bass Patch

This simple, yet versatile, patch can be used for Reggae and/or Garage / Deep House! Using only one oscillator we can create a simple bass patch that can be used in a number of bass driven genres… mainly reggae, garage, deep and dark bass house. You can download the patch below and skip the tutorial or just to compare final results! The Process We will only be using one oscillator. Inside the wave table selector click on Smooth...

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Mixing Tutorial: Balance a Kick & Bassline using EQ
Feb23

Mixing Tutorial: Balance a Kick & Bassline using EQ

Kicks & Bass.. They need to make love to each other, not be at odds. Future Music Magazine‘s new edition features information on mixing your kick drums with your basslines using EQ. Watch the video tutorial below. Bloated bottom-end never sounds good, yet it’s almost inevitable if you’re combining sounds rich in bass content. Find out how EQ can help. For more on creating and mixing kick drums, check out issue 286 of Future...

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Tutorial: Working with .MOGG files | Extracting
Jan27

Tutorial: Working with .MOGG files | Extracting

Extracting the Stems from an .mogg file for use in a DAW. I have been pointed to an enormous caché of .mogg files of classic tunes. What is that? Why should I care? Well, the short of it is that an .mogg file of, let’s say, King of Rock by Run DMC has all the original stem recordings ( multi tracked recordings ) encased inside it. Like a tasty little Cadbury Egg filled with pristine recordings of classic music! This tutorial is...

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Ableton Tutorial : Drums with Kill Paris
Jan09

Ableton Tutorial : Drums with Kill Paris

Kill Paris delivers all sorts of great information on his drum kit set up in Ableton Live! Kill Paris makes fantastic music. Seriously, fantastic. For him to take the time and share how he gets those OWSLA certified bangers is a very good look! You should check out all his videos past and present on his youtube channel! This tutorial he walks you through his drums template in Ableton Live and he does a good job explaining why it is...

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After Effects | GoPro | Remove Fish Eye | Motion Tracking
Oct16

After Effects | GoPro | Remove Fish Eye | Motion Tracking

How to Remove GoPro’s Fisheye in After Effects to Properly Motion Track Footage! I have been playing around with motion tracking and my new GoPro for a little bit now. It didn’t take me long to figure out that the fish eye effect in all GoPros was messing up the result. The thing is I kind of liked the fish eye effect. Luckily I found a very formative tutorial on how to remove the fish eye, export for motion tracking in...

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Mastering Tutorial: Pop Sheen via Convolution Reverb
Sep03

Mastering Tutorial: Pop Sheen via Convolution Reverb

Subtle, but Massive! This is a modification to my simple mastering rack. You should follow along with the tutorial, found here, and make the mastering rack before watching this video. But, as always, you can just download the full modified rack below. We are going to add two instances of the Convolution Reverb Pro Max device. One to the mid band and one to the high band filter chains. We will use ABLCR Presence LR from the 02 Ambiance...

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Ableton Tutorial: Reggae Sub & Palm Bass Rack
Apr25

Ableton Tutorial: Reggae Sub & Palm Bass Rack

Free Download of  this Bad A$$ Reggae Bass Instrument Rack!! I have been on a bit of a reggae kick lately. I needed a reggae bass machine that is easy to set up and sounds natural… but, with that deep thick sub that the club kids love. The best way, I figured, was to build something myself. Below is what I have come up with after a couple of hours playing around. This instrument rack has two other instrument racks buried inside...

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Ableton Tutorial: Multiple Outputs for Kontakt (made easy)
Apr15

Ableton Tutorial: Multiple Outputs for Kontakt (made easy)

Setting up Kontakt for multiple outputs. Native Instruments’ Kontakt Player is a beast. The instrument packs that are availible for it are beasts. Together they form Voltron… and then some. However,  being a beast takes its toll on a computer’s CPU. Luckily, Kontakt comes built with digital out puts to help ease the load. This means we can have multiple virtual instruments (VSTi) inside on instance of Kontakt, and...

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Windows 7 Disk Repair Loop Fix
Mar29

Windows 7 Disk Repair Loop Fix

Nothing Can Stop Me from Making Mediocre Music!! First is the background of the story. If you don’t like my brilliant and comedic style of prose and you only want the steps on how to fix this issue I suggest you skip ahead to the bullet points. Here in Brazil, especially in the poor neighborhood where my English School is, the energy grid is in shambles. So is water distribution & accessibility, the school system, any sense...

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Ableton Tutorial: Default Templates – Why / How / Mine
Jan06

Ableton Tutorial: Default Templates – Why / How / Mine

Save Time / Make a Default Template 😉 I was watching my friends from K Theory doing a Pyramind Elite Session on Pyratube’s youtube channel when I noticed Dylan talking about setting up templates and defaults in order to save time. Now, he prefers using Reason. I prefer using Ableton. So, I figured why not get a short video out to you guys about my default set up. I have briefly mentioned this before in this video about saving a...

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Ableton Tutorial: Basics: Exporting / Rendering a Track
Dec18

Ableton Tutorial: Basics: Exporting / Rendering a Track

Exporting the final product! This is a video response to a question from a member of the facebook community. I am actually a bit surprised I haven’t touched on this topic as it is essential. In fact, it’s what we are all trying to do. Exporting or rendering the final track is my favorite part of the process. It means I have completed something and who doesn’t like that feeling? This video tutorial covers a few things...

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Ableton Tutorial: Starting a Song: Dramatic & Romantic Sh!t
Dec16

Ableton Tutorial: Starting a Song: Dramatic & Romantic Sh!t

Let’s get this song started! This lengthy video tutorial is a walk through on making a “song starter” project. This is what I call my projects when I just use presets and simple midi arrangements to get things cooking.  Variation, fine tuning, custom patches and everything else comes, for me, after the “balls” of the track has been laid down and what I hear is already getting me excited. In this one, we...

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Ableton Tutorial: Frequency Splitting Compressor Rack v.2 – (walk-through)
Dec10

Ableton Tutorial: Frequency Splitting Compressor Rack v.2 – (walk-through)

New & Improved: Advanced Side Chaining Rack A long time ago, in a  galaxy far far away I made a tutorial on how to make a frequency splitting compressor rack. I believe that was done in Live 7 about 4 years ago. Still worth a looksy, but this is the updated version for Live 9 with some additional features and fantastic improvements; if I do say so myself. Essentially what this little badboy does is creates 2 band pass filters in...

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Ableton Tutorial: Quick Tip: Working with Non-Synced Remix Stems
Nov18

Ableton Tutorial: Quick Tip: Working with Non-Synced Remix Stems

Quick Tip Time! This is a really quick tip on dealing with remix stems. Having received many remix packs from many different producers I can tell you they are almost always different. Sometimes you just get short loops or hits. Sometimes it’s bounced groups or single instruments. Very rarely do I get the midi, which is what I want most. So, it’s best to have as many tools in your tools box in order to handle everything. I...

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Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack : Operator : Riser Box v.1
Nov12

Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack : Operator : Riser Box v.1

Operator is a Versatile Beast. Let me show you why! I enjoy making racks. I  have been on a bit of a roll recently too. This little bad ass riser box is no different. It is an instrument rack driven by Operator with support from native Live devices. As usual you can download my finished rack to use and compare to yours. Inside this bad boy you will find Operator in the core. Followed by an EQ 8 with the mid-side mode enabled with a...

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Ableton Tutorial: Bass EQ & FX Rack
Nov04

Ableton Tutorial: Bass EQ & FX Rack

Make that Bass Phat SON! I had the idea for this eq effects rack on the ride into my school today. I was like… Hmmm, how can i make more interesting bass sounds. Massive puts out some great sound, but your boat shouldn’t stop there. You should process that ish. You should process it real good! Not to much though, obviously. So, how much doctor Casper? You might be asking. Well, this rack is a good start. 8 macro knobs...

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Ableton Tutorial: Advanced – ish Warping – Time Signature
Oct30

Ableton Tutorial: Advanced – ish Warping – Time Signature

The 5/4 time signature is the new 4/4 Yesterday a member of the Facebook community asked for my help warping a track. He thought that it had a changing time signature because it wasn’t warping out correctly. I like a challenge and helping people so I asked him to send over the file. He did, and I got to work. In this video I walk you through my process when warping difficult tracks. The methods I use to get a handle one the...

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Ableton Tutorial: Custom FX Rack – 1 Knob Build Ups
Oct30

Ableton Tutorial: Custom FX Rack – 1 Knob Build Ups

Audio Effect Rack: 1 Main Knob for Build Ups! In this very exciting tutorial I will walk you through making a custom audio effect rack that can be used for build ups. There is a lot going on inside this bad boy, but everything is essentially consolidated down to one all important knob.   I have also added 3 other useful knobs as well, for fine tuning. Inside the main rack shell I set up a custom two band pass filtering system to...

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Mixing & Mastering Tutorial: Dithering Explained / Demonstrated
Oct12

Mixing & Mastering Tutorial: Dithering Explained / Demonstrated

The demystification of Dithering I usually only post my video tutorials on this blog, but sometimes I find some real gems and I would be remiss in my duties as an educator not to share them, this is one of those videos. I came across this video tutorial explaining dithering. I had read and listened to a lot about the subject, but I wish I had just found and watched this video first. Einstein said something like, “if you...

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Massive Tutorial: QMS 10 & 11: FX Hit & Riser
Oct10

Massive Tutorial: QMS 10 & 11: FX Hit & Riser

Quick Massive Sounds #10 & #11 #10 – FX – Impact / Explosion #11 – FX – 8 Bar Pitched Riser I picked up another set of Feaky Loops Massive Patches the other day at Loopmasters.com. It was the new Complextro & Dubstep Vol. 4. Sometimes it’s hit or miss with massive patches, but luckily this one was a winner. I have decided to show you how to make 2 of the patches inside massive and if you like how...

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Ableton Tutorial: Auto-Hide / Multiple Plug-in Windows
Sep23

Ableton Tutorial: Auto-Hide / Multiple Plug-in Windows

Preferences for Plug-in Windows | Multiple Windows / Auto Hide. Just the other day I was using my mastering rack on a track and I wanted to be able to see the stereo imaging display in the rack, which was on the master channel, while I adjusted some things on another channel. I wanted to see how the stereo field was being effected by the changes I was making to that particular audio channel. The problem was when I opened the plug-in...

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Ableton Tutorial: Changing Preferences: Studio vs. Performance
Sep23

Ableton Tutorial: Changing Preferences: Studio vs. Performance

A quick guide the the sample rate preferences for performance. In this video tutorial I will walk you through a nifty little trick that I picked up from a producer on reddit. Which, by the way, is a great resource. I have my Ableton Live preferences set up for studio production. I have my in/out sample rate set to 48,000. This means that when I record something it records at that sample rate, which is pretty beastly. If my computer...

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Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #9 – Thriller Lead
Sep16

Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #9 – Thriller Lead

QMS #9 – Gliding Thriller Lead Quick Massive Sound #9 is here! A really nice lead synth that glides along it’s happy way! Using all 3 oscillators, the bit crusher, 3 different envelopes, the acid filter, reverb, sync delay and a tad of EQ we will make the club blow up with this Lead Synth. One really cool thing about this patch is that it has motion built into it. We will use a long attack envelope and apply it to the sync...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Ring Modulator [Free Device]
Sep12

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Ring Modulator [Free Device]

Ring Modulator – Audio Effect Device In this max for live video tutorial we will make a ring modulator (ring mod) audio effect device. It is surprisingly simple to be honest. That is because the max for live creators knew what they were doing. We will add a live.gain, a couple *~ objects, a live.dial (set to hertz units, 0 – 1000), and a cycle~. Seems easy enough doesn’t it? We will also slap on a scope~ to visually...

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Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #8 –  Glitch Metallic Performer
Sep09

Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #8 – Glitch Metallic Performer

Native Instruments Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #8 I have been using this massive patch I made a while ago. I have been using it a bit too much in fact. So, I figure the best way to prohibit it’s further use is to share with the world how I went about making it. This is that NI Massive tutorial and it’s Quick Massive Sound #8. We will be getting a raspy bass sound that is perfect for glitch hop and dubstep!...

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Massive Tutorial: Adding the Sub to a Lead Bass [Free Patch]
Sep09

Massive Tutorial: Adding the Sub to a Lead Bass [Free Patch]

Hey there! Do you like bass? Do you like SUB bass? Well then, this tutorial is for you. No joke! It is a bit of a continuation from Quick Massive Sounds #8. That tutorial was on designing a growly raspy glitch hop bass sound. You need to either download that free patch or, better yet, watch the tutorial on how to make it. Once you have it though, we are good to get started. This tutorial covers a bunch of stuff in broad strokes. We...

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Ableton Tutorial: Making a Mastering Rack [Free Download]
Sep01

Ableton Tutorial: Making a Mastering Rack [Free Download]

Build or Download -> Mastering Rack :: Stereo Imaging IMPORTANT: Watch the video tutorials and download & install the 3rd party vsts. The rack will not work without them In this video tutorial we will be making a mastering rack with an emphasis on stereo imaging. If you have ever used iZotope’s Ozone hopefully you played with it’s awesome stereo imaging module. If not, don’t worry. We will be using three of...

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The Art of the EQ :: Which EQ Bands do What?
Aug27

The Art of the EQ :: Which EQ Bands do What?

The EQ 8 in Ableton is massive, especially now that it has the spectrum analyzer built into it. Let’s take a look at how to properly use this beast. This blog post is designed to give you some quick tips and information about different frequency bands of audio and what boosting, dipping, cutting, and adding too much will do to your sound. I have recently been releasing more and more tutorials on mastering as well as offering a...

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Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack: Operator: Fx: Nite Woods
Aug26

Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack: Operator: Fx: Nite Woods

Another free Operator FX Instrument Rack with Video Tutorial. Here is a really nice Ableton Live Instrument Rack driven by Operator. It almost sounds like crickets, or frogs, or other small animals in the woods at night. I would stow this one away under effects for sure. We use one fixed operator oscillator. What the “fixed” signal does is sets the oscillators frequency. This means that the pitch won’t change no...

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Ableton Tutorial: Operator Sub Bass Distortion via Saturator
Aug20

Ableton Tutorial: Operator Sub Bass Distortion via Saturator

Everyone loves a little sub bass distortion! Making a super clean sub with Ableton’s Operator is too easy! Literally just drop the VSTi onto the track and play the low keys. Done. Sub. Clean. Heavy. However, this clean sine wave can’t be heard through most laptop speakers and crappy headphones. This is a problem. If you want to have a professional sound, you need to overcome this obstacle. And it’s important to...

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Ableton Tutorial: Mixing & Mastering: EQ 8 Scale Parameter
Aug17

Ableton Tutorial: Mixing & Mastering: EQ 8 Scale Parameter

Learn how to add more or less of your EQ with one knob! I have been posting / learning a lot about Ableton’s EQ 8 lately. It is just a beast of a VST. It was only recently, like 2 weeks ago, that my attention was brought to the scale feature. I was playing around with some professional constructed mastering racks, trying to get some ideas of how to best put them together. And, I noticed one of the macro knobs had a EQ amount...

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Ableton Tutorial: How to Make Dubstep in Ableton – Drums w/ Singularity
Aug16

Ableton Tutorial: How to Make Dubstep in Ableton – Drums w/ Singularity

Making Dubstep Drums with Singularity. Singularity makes top music. There is no question about it. Check it out, hear for yourself. Do you ever wonder how he makes those clean and crispy drums? Well, I just just on Ableton’s website and noticed this tutorial they posted on their homepage. I took a look at, what is essentially the 11 minute preview of a 2 hour workshop that can be watched for free here at www.pyramind.com. The...

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Ableton Tutorial: Music Analysis: Program First 4 Bars of Moonlight Sonata via Midi
Jul16

Ableton Tutorial: Music Analysis: Program First 4 Bars of Moonlight Sonata via Midi

In this Ableton tutorial video we reconstruct the first four bars via midi. I discuss a bit about velocity bars and automating midi parameters to get a more humane feel.  Nothing to complicated. Just thought it was fun and some of you might like to do it to. I am gearing up for the free online songwriting course by Berklee College of Music which you can sign up for over at coursera.org.  I figure the best way for me to get ready for a...

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Ableton Tutorial: Intro to Sampler #1 – Key Velocity Selector & Zones
Jul14

Ableton Tutorial: Intro to Sampler #1 – Key Velocity Selector & Zones

Unlock the Full Potential of Ableton’s Sampler! There is no doubt that Ableton Live’s sampler VSTi is extremely powerful. It can also be a bit daunting to a beginner. In the next few tutorials we will be taking a closer look at this marvelous piece of tech that comes native to live. This particular tutorial focuses on using zones for multi-sampling and velocity input to trigger different versions of a sample. So, if you...

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Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack: Operator Mallets
Jul10

Ableton Tutorial: Instrument Rack: Operator Mallets

Percussive Mallet Sounds via Live’s Operator! In this Ableton tutorial we are going to make a very nice custom instrument rack that gives us a natural mallet sound using Ableton Live’s Operator VSTi and some subtle, but perfect, effects on the end of the instrument chain. We will start off by setting up 3 of the 4 oscillators in Operator, adding a touch of LFO goodness and some extra Tone.  Then we will add a smidgen of...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Saving Custom Sub-Patch as an Object
Jul06

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Saving Custom Sub-Patch as an Object

Time Savers ‘R Us! So, you have made a handy sub-patch in max for live, like using the escape key to toggle between full screen and a small window, and you want to save it so you won’t ever have to do the routing again. Not only that, but you want to be able to call it using the object finder, just like all the stock objects in M4L. Simple enough. Follow along with this tutorial to find out how to do just that! You need to...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Finding the Sel Number of the Keyboard’s Keys
Jul06

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Finding the Sel Number of the Keyboard’s Keys

2 Methods for Finding Keyboard “sel” Numbers for Use with Max! This tutorial quickly demonstrates two methods of finding the sel number of any of the keys on your keyboard. These numbers are awesome! You can use them to have Max communicate with your keyboard. This way you can use the keys to manipulate your max devices. The first method uses the “print” object to print out the sel numbers in the max window....

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Ableton Tutorial: Making an Operator Preset: Trip Hop Chords
Jul03

Ableton Tutorial: Making an Operator Preset: Trip Hop Chords

Operator Presets Make Me Happy! So, I love Trip Hop. Always have; always will… Therefore, in this little tutorial we make a nice little trip hop chord sounding preset for Ableton’s Operator VSTi. Only 2 oscillators, some envelope tweaks, and the pitch control function …. and… boom! Simple, Quick, Easy, Dope-Ass trip hop chords! We will use two oscillators. One for the main sound and another one to add a little...

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Ableton Tutorial: Making a Custom Instrument: Operator Bell Pad
Jul02

Ableton Tutorial: Making a Custom Instrument: Operator Bell Pad

Mellow Bell Pad Sound! In this rather lengthy tutorial I walk you through making a custom instrument rack with devices native to Ableton Live.  In the end we will have a soothing bell-type pad sound made by a single oscillator in Operator. That, together with some LFO modulation, EQing, and Reverb, we will get a beautiful pad that can be quite useful for many genres of music. After making the first tutorial I continued to mess around...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Color Box
Jun29

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Color Box

Who Doesn’t Like to Color? Alright, I am back in Max for Live & MSP today! Making this super easy, and yet super cool color box (panel). We have 3 live.dials set up to control the Red, Green, Blue color ranges. Manipulating the dials changes the color attributes of a panel. So, instead of mixing sounds, we get to mix colors! As far as I can tell it has absolutely now practical use beyond killing 4 seconds making some colors....

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Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #7 –  8 Bit Hit (Impact) FX
Jun27

Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #7 – 8 Bit Hit (Impact) FX

Native Instruments Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #7 This time on Quick Massive Sounds we quickly make an impact FX sound. Using the sample and hold insert and some white noise we will get an impact sound that is reminiscent of the old Atari space blaster games. In the tutorial I throw on some extra effects, but really all we need is to control the pitch knob with the main envelope. However, as usual, the tutorial sound...

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Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #6 – Accordo-ish Pad [Free Patch]
Jun26

Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #6 – Accordo-ish Pad [Free Patch]

Native Instruments Massive Tutorial: Quick Massive Sounds #6 In this installment of Quick Massive Sounds we use two oscillators and minimal FX to make a great sounding pad.  We will add a bit of bright noise, reverb, some high shelving and a filter… and BOOM goes the trance / progressive house pad sound!! The two oscillators are set to the Pulse – Saw PWM. The patch I end up making in the video actually comes out better...

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Ableton Tutorial: Making Custom DJ Edits for Live Performances
Jun25

Ableton Tutorial: Making Custom DJ Edits for Live Performances

Making DJ edits has never been easier. I love you Ableton. Just quickly showing you how to add an intro / outro and shorten tracks to make your DJ performances a little more aggressive. Personally customizing other peoples music is what Ableton Live is made for. There is no reason you shouldn’t be using it to liven up your DJ sets and Live Performances. This video brushes over making what some might call a dj edit, an extended...

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Beatport Info: Main Page Profile Pic & Bio Submission Form
Jun24

Beatport Info: Main Page Profile Pic & Bio Submission Form

Yet another beatport info tutorial. Joshua Casper, on the front lines, bringing you the cutting edge of beatport news and information.. How to get my profile pic and biography onto my artist page on beatport was somewhat of a mystery to me for a while.. After releasing my first track I wasn’t sure how to set about getting my artsy profile pic and bio up on my main beatport page.  Then, through the help of some friends, I found...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Stereo Bit Crusher
Jun23

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Stereo Bit Crusher

Crush that Audio Son!! Hey there! I recently got a good question from one of my subscribers! Cycling ’74 just put out 3 great video tutorials on their youtube channel. The first was on making a bit crusher audio effect using the degrade~ object. Very informative video if I do say so myself! The question asked of me, was how to make the audio effect stereo, because the way it was done in their video turned any stereo audio into...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Intro to Remapping the APC40 via Max
Jun13

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Intro to Remapping the APC40 via Max

Max for live opens up the flood gates for customization. Whether it’s audio effects, midi effects, or making an actual virtual instrument. the mind boggles at what might be accomplished. Throw the APC40 into the mix, which is already a bad ass piece of hardware and one’s mind might over heat. But, where to begin integrating these two? I stumbled upon this very insightful tutorial about remapping the functionality of the...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.4 – Right & Left
May28

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.4 – Right & Left

In this installment of the very simple delay tutorial series we quickly make some changes that allow us to control the delay lines for the left and the right channel.  We will have a control of delay time, feedback and dry/wet for both the left and the right channels of our stereo sounds. It is recommended that you start with the first tutorial of this series in order to fully understand what is going on inside this audio effect...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.3 – Synced & Time
May27

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.3 – Synced & Time

In version 3 of our very simple delay rack we combine v.1 and v.2 to make a very cool device. We will be using an activating sub-patch that sends a message to either the synced delay line or the time delay line while deactivating the opposite.  We will do this by using a toggle switch. This will be a 2 part tutorial, so make sure to watch both halves to get all the new info! On a side note. If you missed v.1 of this series of...

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Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.2 – Synced [source files]
May27

Max 4 Live Tutorial: Making a Very Simple Delay v.2 – Synced [source files]

Sync the Delay FX to the Tempo of the Project! In this very exciting Max for Live tutorial we will be changing the v.1 Delay Device from the last tutorial from a time delay in milliseconds to a synced delay.  I suggest that you should start with the first tutorial and then follow along with this one. In this tutorial we only need to change the live.dial to a live.tab, mess with some parameters and then add a subpatch that deals with...

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