Sylenth Tutorial: Master Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1

Create your own sound patches by mastering the art and science of subtractive synthesis with Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1! What are the requirements? Lennar Digital Sylenth1 Software Some kind of host DAW (digital audio workstation) such as Logic Pro, FL Studio, Cubase, etc. What am I going to get from this course? Design and build your own sounds from scratchLearn the fundamental principles of subtractive synthesisCreate unique leads, basses, pads, and fxLearn advanced analog synthesis techniques and apply those techniques to other soft synthsBreak free from the endless preset-picking slumpNavigate the interface of Sylenth like a pro Continue reading Sylenth Tutorial: Master Lennar Digital’s Sylenth1

Audacity: Producing & Recording with Powerful Free Software

Learn how to produce, record, edit, arrange, and master professional quality audio using the free program Audacity. What are the requirements? The Audacity software is required to take this course. Audacity is free, and available for Mac, PC, or Linux. To download, follow this link: http://audacity.sourceforge.net/download/ What am I going to get from this course? Use Audacity for Production, Recording, and EditingGenerate sounds for synthesis and Sound DesignRecord live sound on a laptop Continue reading Audacity: Producing & Recording with Powerful Free Software

Ultimate Ableton Live COMPLETE: Parts 1, 2, & 3

Learning Ableton Live the right way: From the basics to the advanced, from Ableton Certified Trainer J. Anthony Allen. What are the requirements? Access to Ableton Live will be required. Using the trail version (free for 30 days) would be a great way to start. What am I going to get from this course? Produce music using Ableton LiveUse drum samples to edit, arrange, and create unique drum beats of your own.Work inside Ableton Live for completing full tracksKickstart your productions with my tracks – full sessions included in this class! Continue reading Ultimate Ableton Live COMPLETE: Parts 1, 2, & 3