Archive | October, 2012

New Cinematic Dubstep Samples from Platinumloops

October 30, 2012

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Fresh out of the mastering suite is the latest release from Platinumloops entitled ‘Cinematic Dubstep V1‘. With super dramatic orchestral sequences expertly matched to some devastating dubstep bass drops, Platinumloops have created something truly unique with this sample pack. Take a listen to the preview. You get everything from atmospheric violins to concrete busting bass […]

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How to use Massive’s Stepper

October 18, 2012

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Massive has plenty of powerful tools for sound design and synthesis.  If you’re not familiar with the Stepper, then you will undoubtedly want to be.  The Stepper can be used to modulate any parameter within Massive, but today we’ll use it to construct a vintage gaming melody. Take a listen to the sound we’ll create: […]

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Sitar Loops – Essential Ragas V1

October 17, 2012

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Sitar Loops

This is one has been around for a few years but still deserves a mention for it’s sheer authenticity and powerfully melodic sitar riffs. Regardless of the type of music you produce, chances are your tracks could seriously benefit from such soul stirring sitar samples as these by the masters of production at Platinumloops.

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Global Automation in GarageBand

October 13, 2012

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Amongst other things, you can automate global changes in Garageband via the master track.  This could range from simple volume fades to complex filter sweeps.  Rather than drawing in automation for each track in your arrangement, there are times when you can consolidate changes by working with the master track. Today we’ll learn how to […]

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How to Create insane Wobbles in Massive

October 6, 2012

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Massive is a very powerful synth.  One of its coolest features is the Performer.  As opposed to using an LFO to create a wobble, you can use the Performer to create elaborate sequences.  In a nut shell, the Performer is essentially a step sequencer with interchangeable waveforms. Take a listen to the Performer in action: […]

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