Ever wanted to write a great chord progression but don't have access to some keys or a controller? Got a great musical idea but lack the chops of a Herbie Hancock? No problem! This is the tutorial for you.
Unless you’re musically gifted or very fortunate, many music producers will know all too well the frustration that ensues when it comes time to arrange. Let's look at some ways to attack it in Ableton Live.
Shaun Keyt our resident music theorist and tutor of the popular Electronic Music Theory course launches his new Composition course at School of Synthesis next week.
In this tutorial Shaun demonstrates a method of writing a melody and chord progression.
Creating eerie soundscapes are straight forward if you have a delay with a diffusion parameter. Here Davide Carbone shows you the basics.
Don't be afaird (no pun intended) to try different sounds. A sharper sound will give you a scraping high end texture. Perfect for shock moments!
Logic Pro X Certified Pro Davide Carbone demonstrates some advanced automation features in Logic Pro X
Ableton Certified Trainer, Mike Callander, explores the power and flexibility of Live's nested Drum Rack technique. Check out some of Melbourne's best music production courses at School of Synthesis including our "Alive" with Ableton Live course.
School of Synthesis tutor Davide Carbone demostrates how you can turn Ableton Live's sampler in to a fully fledged Granular Synth.
Check out some of Melbourne's best music production courses at School of Synthesis including our Sound Design (Synthesis & Sampling) course.
Davide Carbone shows you how to take a simple kick drum and develop it in to a Hollywood style sound effect.
Davide covers several aspects of sound design in his Synthesis and Sampling course at School of Synthesis.
A short tutorial of how to get versatile and unique gating effects in Propellerheads Reason using Redrum and the Arpeggiator.
What's possible in Ableton Live with one instrument, one note, and a bunch of MIDI and Audio effects?