Complete Music Production Tutorial
Producertech are happy to present this great, new course from label Singomakers entitled Complete Digital Music Production Tutorial. This includes over 5 hours of secrets and tips for mixing, mastering, sound design, creating a track from scratch, getting ideas and inspiration and much more.
Here you will discover many tricks for how to make your sound fat and dynamic, present and powerful but super-wide at the same time as loud, clear, diverse and professional. Suitable for a huge range of electronic music genres from House, Progressive to Techno, Diablo House, EDM, Trap and many more.
In these videos, Singomakers use plugins from Fabfilter, Waves, iZotope and Logic Pro (the DAW in use) but all of the settings and tricks can be applied in any DAW to any other plugins.
The course consists of 59 Episodes, over 5 hours of tutorials in total, including chapters on Arranging, Mixing, Mastering, Sound Design and Ideas & Inspiration. All chapters are available to purchase in Full and ready to stream instantly directly from the Producertech site 24/7. Don’t miss this ultimate chance to improve your electronic music production skills and step to the NEXT LEVEL!
Modules in this course:
Module 1: Creating A Drum Loop From Scratch
Shows how to construct a drum loop from samples, including all sequencing and audio editing techniques involved.
Module 2: Building the Harmonic Groove
Shows how to work out the main chord progression for the track and how to convert it into one with a more dynamic rhythm.
Module 3: Making a Melodic Lead
Teaches techniques for creating a main melody to go with the harmony and groove laid down so far. Then makes a basic lead patch with Serum to play it. Also, shows how to add a reverb layer to give the main melody more character and presence.
Module 4: Creating Bass
Creates the bassline and bass patch to play it.
Module 5: Creating Voice
Techniques for adding a vocal line from a larger sample, including sample chopping, sequencing, processing and resampling.
Module 6: Working the Arrangement
Some techniques for improving the mix, including editing of MIDI notes and effects processing of parts. Then, using sidechains to make the mix cleaner and more dynamic.
Module 7: Breakdowns and Buildups
How to make a quality breakdown, including all the editing and production involved in creating a classic EDM snare roll, and how to work all the main parts into an exciting build up.
Module 8: Drop
How to make an impressive drop and add variation to keep things interesting.
Module 9: Bonus Tips
Some extra advice on creating drums and melodies.
Module 10: Mixing Drums and Bass
Getting the bass sounds right in the mix, then working with the drums’ levels, frequencies and more.
Module 11: Mixing the Melodic Parts
All the main considerations for mixing the melodic parts, including the piano, main lead and vocal line.
Module 12: Mixing Transients
Some advice for improving the transients on sounds, using the drums fill as an example.
Module 13: Mixing Effects
How to improve the mix using various spacial and modulation effects, including reverbs, chorus and delays.
Module 14: Mixing Saturation and EQ
Advice on adding saturation to parts and then EQing the mix as a whole.
Module 15: Mixing Kick Compression
Shows how to compress the kick to make it nice and fat.
Module 16: Mixing Final Tweaks
Final adjustments to the arrangement and master bus.
Module 17: Mastering Intro
An introduction to the main processing on the master bus, including the effects used and advice on how to use them.
Module 18: Mastering Fundamentals
A guide to the main mastering stages, with advice on considerations each step of the way.
Module 19: Mastering Maximising and Final Tweaks
How to make the mix as loud as possible and make sure the bottom end is all good.
Module 20: Mastering Tips and Tricks
Some additional tips for getting extra width and improving the lows and highs in the mix.
Module 21: Ideas and Inspiration
Some further examples of how to build various melodic parts, including one lesson using a groove as a basis and another using a music loop sample.
Module 22: Chopped Vocal Sound Design
Some dedicated lessons on designing, sequencing and mixing a chopped vocal accompaniment.
Module 23: Clap Sound Design
Some lessons showing how to create your own claps, with techniques including sampling layering, processing and various clever audio editing methods.
Module 24: Kick Sound Design
Some lessons showing how to create your own kicks, predominantly using Kick designer plugins, but with advice on envelope shaping and using additional effects to increase bass.
Module 25: Bigroom Lead Sound Design
3 Lessons showing how to make a mainroom lead, with initial sound design, then fattening up using extra layers and effects processing.
Module 26: Pluck Sound Design
How to make a classic pluck lead, showing multilayering and effects processing.
Module 27: Reversed Reverb Design
A quick tip on reversing reverb to create a custom made FX buildup for a part in a track.
Module 28: Percussion Sound Design
How to create percussion parts using a combination of other samples.
Module 29: Big Pryda Snare Sound Design
How to make a Big Pryda Snare.
Module 30: Simple Bass Sound Design
Some tips for making a simple bassline.
Extras for this course:
Singomakers are a professional sound design label, bringing you only the freshest sounds in the industry in a huge variety of genres and formats ready for your DAW. The team is made up of producers and engineers from across the globe bringing you only the very best up to date sounds and samples of professional quality.