Real world feedback from Groove3 customers.

Songwriting & Producing with Toontrack: Dream Pop
Just like having a video manual = Fantastic!
Just found Groove 3 today via a YouTube video while checking out NAMM 2020 reviews. At the completion of the very first Groove 3 sample clip, I jumped on their page and signed up for the monthly membership and all I can say is I'll probably be switching to the yearly membership because there hours of material I am interested in. I have recently re-ignited a dormant home recording hobby and have upgraded/updated my old stand alone MIDI gear to now dig deep into this whole computer DAW recording experience. I had been randomly watching various YouTube videos to try and learn all the ins and outs of this new digital domain I have become incredibly excited about, but honestly trying to structure a comfortable learning flow that way is a pain and not too productive. I am a airline transport pilot and favor detailed videos and/or well written manuals for complex explanations presented in a step formatted flow. So far, the videos I have viewed on Groove 3 are just what I have been craving. Thank you, thank you, thank you - fate steered me in the right direction. I have already learned how to utilize my ToonTrack EZmix, EZkeys, and EZdrummer 2 related to the Dream Pop pack. Absolutely fantastic guys and gals - keep it up!!

EQ Explained
Very, very, good
I have been buying tutorials for years. And these are by far the best I have come across. Thank you.
Beginner, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live

Logic Pro X 3rd Party Plug-in Mapping with Smart Controls
Very Good info.
Helped me get the most out of my midi controller. Now being able to record automation using the sliders and knobs on my controller in real time is awesome.

Cubase 10.5 New Features Explained
Great up to the minute review
Easy to follow and practical in the explanation
Semi-Pro, Musician, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Cubase, Logic Pro, Pro Tools

Downtempo for Beginners
Useful even when you think you know what you are doing!
I only watched this because I had some time to fill in learning new things, but I didn't want a difficult topic. And yet I picked many useful things. I understand music theory and have some experience in the domain, hence this was a little slow for me (but I can see how useful it is for less experienced people). I liked the ploy for how people with little knowledge of music theory can still write some meaningful MIDI for the bass part. I don't need for this particular purpose, but it will come useful in other situations.
The chosen examples/music loops illustrate very well the concepts described.

Orchestral Library Toolbox
Absolutely Brilliant
I am really learning a lot Im really happy the course is absolutely brilliant

Logic Pro X Drummer Explained
This was pretty awesome. One of the best teachers/class.

iZotope RX 6 Explained
Great Explanation of all the modules, can recommend.

Mastering with Ozone 9
Nice job!
Nice job! Very informative.
Hobbyist, Musician, Studio One

Studio One 4 Explained
Nice Beginner Tutorial for Studio One 4
Just completed the tutorials. I learned so much throughout this course. I do believe I can start some recording projects in Studio One 4 now. Well worth the time.

BIAB 2015 for Windows Explained
Eli - is a "master" teacher/instructor
I only wish I had more time to spend on Groove 3 ... I am amazed at the wealth of information and familiarity Eli shares so clearly in his videos ... thank you very much!!
Musician, Producer, Cakewalk Sonar, Studio One

Arturia Pigments Explained
in depth look at a deep synth
Appreciated the in depth look into this neat and modulation-addicted-bottomless synth which has a unique interface, that once you get used to is extremely powerful. I really wish that he went and did the 2.0 Update, though, as there are some big changes there. The stock sounds tend to be rather boring, so get to it and make your own (especially now that you can bring in samples)

Downtempo for Beginners
Useful video
Very methodical and organized workflow without being technical. Great before and after results straight to the point without too much rule enforcement, but trustworthy guidelines of the basics.

Tracktion 5 Explained
Extremely Well-Presented and Organized
I recently got Waveform 10 Free from Computer Music magazine (it’s the latest version of Tracktion due to the name change). While it was fairly easy to start using, I knew I needed a great introduction to get me up and running. Even though this series is for Tracktion 5, the bulk of the content is still applicable.

The author presents the topics cleanly and clearly and keeps the focus on how to do fundamental tasks within Tracktion. Instead of bulking it down with too much information, he gives just enough to reinforce his points and keep the videos short.

Do yourself a favor and try this completely free DAW with the help of this course.

Cubase 10: Mixing Explained
Brilliant !

Lovely pace and instructions / explanations.
Easy to understand, explanations are easy to understand and relevant.

All-Access Pass
Amazing resource
I've been using Groove3 videos now for 5 years, and never been disappointed. I've used info from these courses for everything from creating backing tracks, to recordings, to teaching music theory, and I've always been able to find what I need. I have done the all access pass several times when I knew I would need some extended viewing capability, and I've also bought a couple videos for continued resource. Very versatile tool.

All-Access Pass
Very good at explaining how to use the software.

Using Melodyne ARA with Logic Pro X Explained
Gets you up and running very quickly
The author is very good at explaining things in a logical way and gets you up and running very quickly with a good workflow with logic and melodyne. I recommend using this with his other melodyne tutorials
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Logic Pro

Logic Pro X Jump Start
Very helpful. Needs update to latest Ver. ?
Groove: Would enjoy discussion on various connections. Lighting, usb 3, dante, alesis, tascam, etc..
Hobbyist, Musician, Logic Pro, Reaper

Mastering in the Box Explained
Very good
im so happy

Studio One 4 Explained
Great Introduction Video
If you want to learn a fast introduction this is it. Also look at Presonus videos on their webpage this will get you fast and running in no time.

Downtempo for Beginners
Learned a load of new techniques
I like the focused nature of each video and the fact that the files are available for download to practice with
Hobbyist, Musician

Producing Bass Lines with Output SUBSTANCE
Groove 3 is my go too!
very good!

Studio One 4 Explained
New to PS1
New to PS1 and found this course informational for brand new users.

U Produce™ Trap
put subtitles in portuguese?

All-Access Pass
Get the All-Access Pass if you might need more than one course
The videos I've watched thus far have been good and informative. There were a few subjects I needed so I got the pass instead of buying just one. You may need to hit rewind or pause a few times as you follow along.

Downtempo for Beginners
Very nice beginners course
Even though most of this stuff wasn't new for me, I still enjoyed this very much. The only thing I think would be nice if we started out with samples that had less fx on them already. Both the guitar and vocal sample are very wet already and knowing how to add these atmospheres (reverb etc.) to these samples would have taken this course to the next level.
Hobbyist, Musician, Ableton Live

MIDI Explained
Very detailedGood information
Helped basic details about midi
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Logic Pro

Downtempo for Beginners
great primer
worth watching for all levels

Downtempo for Beginners
Very valuable!!!
I picked up some very valuable info from watching this as he explains everything very well. I'm already applying what I learned from this to my own productions!
Student, Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Ableton Live, Reason, Studio One

Great power start guide
Lets you get started and dive in using your Komplete keyboard. At least now I know what it can do.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Sound Designer, Cakewalk Sonar, Digital Performer, Logic Pro

Mixing with Neutron 3
Very helpful
Starting my first mixes, and so far so good!

Studio One 4.6 Update Explained
Groove 3 is my go too!
Very happy with this video!

Studio One 4 Explained
Very Helpful. Start here with studio One 4.
Other than saying "you can go ahead and.. " basically before most of his instructions (which did irritate me a little), this is an excellent starter course for SO4. Recommended.

Logic Pro X Explained
Quick and concise
I appreciate the high quality video training offered by Groove3.

Perspectives: Film Scoring in Logic Pro X
Really Valuable Information!
Valuable information about the thought process while scoring.
The interesting part is the two completely different approaches to express the same emotion by the two composers.
Very helpful!
Semi-Pro, Producer, Audio Engineer, Bitwig Studio, FL Studio, Cakewalk Sonar, Cubase, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reaper, Studio One, Samplitude

Ableton Live 10 Explained
I think it's good
Many viewers might already have some familiarity with Ableton Live from past versions, or you could be like me - a total Ableton/Push2 Newbie that is coming from a different DAW (Reason 11). Either way, this video will get you going.

I think he does a good job of explaining the Session View, which is a major new concept for me. I was struggling with the section on recording automation when he kept saying "Jump back in, Jump back out" after I lost track of his mouse movements, but I will figure it out.

Student, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live

Compression Explained
Excellent Course!

Analog & Digital Processing
Fairly helpful
A good overview of this subject but sometimes I would like to have more in depth and not so fast explanations. Also drop the background music - big minus. When you look at the whole series and several episodes after each other it becomes really annoying. Why do you need background music!!
Professional, Musician, Producer, Logic Pro, Reason

Compressors Explained
I found the course interesting. I didn't realize it would be more of a review of many fine classic compressors than it is explaining the author's views on using compressors in recording/mixing sessions. Again, it was interesting, and it helped me to choose a classic compressor plugin (loved the API 2500 review), and I liked the history that was shared about the classic units. I believe a better title would be "Classic Compressors Reviewed".
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Studio One

Arturia DX7 V Explained
Great Tutorial
Opened up DX7 in systematic way - overview then more depth. Liked the examples given and the attention given to the range of features in this instrument.

Music Theory Explained
Good examples for jazz and blues
Loads of jazz and blues therory and practical lessons. Plenty of millage in the package.
Hobbyist, Musician, Cubase

Loom Explained
Thank you for this. Very informative

Revoice Pro 4 Explained
Glaring Omission
Really like this instructor. In fact, Eli Krantzberg is my favorites along with Adam Pollard aka Multiplier.
The issue I have is the glaring ommision of "Using Revoice Pro 4 with Cubase". The ARA 2 is kinda tricky, and after trying the methods shown for the other DAWs (as much as you can with a different DAW), I'm still unable to get this to work properly. Synchro Arts makes tutorial for Cubase and Revoice, but it jumps right to the middle of the process, and the instructor-although very likable- has a crazy thick Russian accent that is difficult to understand. Even trying to download a pdf manual proved challenging. I thought, "time for Groove 3, they'll have it covered for sure". Still, for all the videos you guys do right, this is small potatoes.
Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase

All-Access Pass
Groove 3 is ????????
Helping me get up to speed on the equipment I have
Hobbyist, Musician, Pro Tools

All-Access Pass
Well organized and informative
Helpful information for learning Izotope plug ins.

Creating Epic Cinematic Compositions
I find it very helpful.
I am truly enjoying the video training on creating Epic Cinematic Composition. You have an outstanding method of teaching. Very few provide detail style of instructions and illustrations as you do. Thanks
Professional, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Studio One

D16 Nepheton Explained
Easy Beats with Larry
Love Larry's tutorials and this one helps demystify a VST I wanted to use but always couldn't get started. Highly recommend!

Harrison Mixbus 5 Explained
The Best Mixbus5 Tutorial on the Internet
This course is well written, illustrated and presented. I had been trying to find some sort of online learning to help introduce me to the capabilities of Mixbus5, but the varying videos I found were not helpful in painting the bigger picture of what was possible. The format of the videos, in short durations, is very helpful. The presenter also reinforces the concepts by showing you immediately how to accomplish a task/function with actual audio files. As an added bonus, Groove3 has a Roku channel, so you can watch this series on your large television and really be able to see the finer screen details when needed. For only a few dollars, you can get a great introduction to the software and walk away with a good understanding of several topics. Do yourself the favor and watch this series, even if you think you know enough about Mixbus5. It’s time well spent.

Serum Tips & Tricks
Love this chap
Brilliant. This guy is the best. He absolutely knows how to give the gist in a 5min video where others could babble around the bush for 20 minutes. Impressively eloquent and clever.

Songwriting with EZKeys
Helpful — VERRY!
Eli does it again! A very excellent demo of how to use EZKeys to experiment and compose—using both EZKeys and the DAW. And it is extra helpful to hear/see more than one example. Perhaps the best part is, the tutorial is less than an hour! Simple yet effective. Thanks!

EZkeys Explained
Helpful — VERRY! #2
Well, I'm backwards in my viewing order... I viewed this tutorial AFTER the one illustrating EZKeys in constructing a composition & arrangement. However, it seems there are a few "tips" in that tutorial that could have been included in this one. No complaints.! I'm just encouraged that both videos work well together and give a great, comprehensive overview of this software V-Instrument and how to use it.
EZKeys Explained, (this tutorial) is a better choice for a first look but there's plenty to learn & understand from both. I now realize I had not been getting the most out of EZKeys. That has now changed!
Thanks again, Eli & Groove3

iZotope Ozone 9 Explained

All-Access Pass
Maximum value
Very concise explanations by great instructors. Icing on the cake for my Skyypilot projects!

Xfer Cthulhu Explained
Clear, focused tutorial
A great overview of the plugin, concise and to the point.
Professional, Musician, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Cubase, Reaper

First Song with Studio One
I was great seeing Ely composing and learning his workflow in the process. I specially liked the video with the singer recording! There should me more of this in Groove3. As a suggestion, videos could have not only screen capture but also videos of people recording and also the instructor talking and showing equipment, setups, etc. It humanizes the process and engages the viewers much more, in my opinion.
Hobbyist, Musician, Logic Pro, Pro Tools

Digital Performer 8 Explained
Eli is the Wizard of DP
Extremely detailed and advanced introduction to the power hidden inside DP. Eli brings the whole thing to light in his unique fashion. Thank you. Can't wait to to move on to the advanced session.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Sound Designer, Cakewalk Sonar, Digital Performer, Logic Pro

Jimi Hendrix Smash Hits: Guitar Play-Along
Excellent Training!
This lesson and every one of these famous guitarist/ band lessons are fantastic! Instructor shows many angles and teaches everything you need to master these songs on the fly. These guitar lessons alone make the Groove 3 annual subscription price justifiable and they are only icing on the cake. I buy Groove 3 every year for many years to master my DAW Pro tools and all of the different types of recording and plugins that i own and have interest in. Hats off to this instructor and to Groove 3 for another Fantastic addition.

GUITAR RIG 5 Explained
Simply left me with wanting more...
Just completed the "GUITAR RIG 5 Explained" videos, and I first have the following comments:

1:34: Would configuring the output level not be best achieved using an empty Rack?

1:25: The Guitar Rig 5 Getting Started English manual, page 25 refers to the colour as "orange".

6:55 Should mention be made here of the Play option of the TAPEDECK PRE?

My comments
Overall, I was impressed by the overall viewing quality of the videos. However, I must say I was somewhat disappointed at the overall content. Much, if not most of the video content is available in the provided documentation, and I was hoping for further details on information that was not to be found in that documentation - for example, on preset management.

Though I am new to Guitar Rig, I am not new to amp sims and the plug regarding "Whether you're new to GUITAR RIG or an expert who wants to go deeper, watch 'GUITAR RIG 5 Explained' and start building your dream rig" - this video series is really geared more towards the beginner.

All-in-all, this video series really left me with the sensation of simply "wanting more"!

Songwriting & Producing with Toontrack: Fusion
Way too fast!!! slow down, that's a tutorial not a race!
ok you need to SLOW down! i watch lot of your videos but you are going way too fast, there is not rush, this is a site to learn, learning means explaining excaclty where you click. this is so frustrating, spending 15 minutes to figure out where you click to get where you are. obviously you know what you are doing but you need to learn how to teach in a way that help the viewers. hope you'll adjust your speed for futures videos.
Beginner, Musician, Logic Pro

KONTAKT Explained

Pro Tools Automation Secrets
Its all about Automation
Advanced but fantastic! Great explanations and examples. Great production tips are a bonus.
Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro, Pro Tools

Studio One 4 Explained
This video series was excellent and filled in many of the gaps in my knowledge of Studio One.

Cubase 10: Mixing Explained
Best video I've seen on mixing in cubase by far
Thanks very much for this course, I found it brilliantly informative and very easy to follow yet in-depth enough to keep me hooked. The videos are perfect in length and are straight to the point in hand which is refreshing.

Music Theory Explained
very good title.
I am very excited, it had a reasonable price for its content and very well explained.

Mixing with Neutron 3
Great Course
Very good information, all well explained. Worth the time and money invested.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Studio One

iZotope Insight 2 Explained
Great course
Very good information, all well explained. Worth the time and money invested.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Studio One

Ableton Push 2 Explained
Gets you where you need even if you don't know much!
Beginner, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Pro Tools

Session Strings Pro Explained
Just what I needed
In just an hour Eli filled in 99% of the blanks... maybe even 100%. I had figured out the software to 50% (maybe 49%) but in his usual, clear, illustrative way, Eli completes the overview of this excellent sounding VI.

I really do appreciate this tutorial. Thanks!

All-Access Pass
Educationally Professional
The Voices are clear, Explanations are concise and Tutorials are well defined in terms of the learning processing.

Speakers & Headphones
Very Helpful!~
A general overview into music production with detailed gems

iZotope Nectar 3 Explained
Thorough Training Course!~
Very Detailed from Start to Finish.
Although I may have a tiny concern about the plugin which is what if I want to insert other effects in between Nectar's modules? Anyways, this Training is Great!~

Studio One 4.6 Update Explained
Good summary
Good presentation of new features.
Hobbyist, Musician, Studio One

All-Access Pass
Helps with and ever changing musical landscape!
Groove3 videos help me to dig deeper, and dig deeper.

Building a DAW Mix Template
Very good
I’m very satisfied with this

Mixing Pop with UAD Plug-Ins
Awesome course!
As always it's a pleasure to listen to Eli, watch his workflow, his explanations and his structure in mixing.
Highly recommended and very enjoyable course!!!
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Logic Pro

EZdrummer 2 Explained
Short, Sweet & Elegant
Toontrack Product Manager has changed the way we Install & Register but the rest of the tutorial is short, sweet & elegant.

I realize different folks learn in different ways but this delivery really hit the nail on the head—for me. I've used EZd 1, & 2, as well as SuperiorDr 2, for quite a few years, now, yet I still learned a lot from this tutorial. I very much appreciate the summary approach of building upon a theme throughout the illustrations and steps of learning this software. The outline and delivery condense what otherwise might seem overwhelmingly complex into a very logical, step by step...

I've noticed quite a few online video tutorials jump around in their approach to show how functions and options are used—it can be hard to follow because the examples seem random. Not this video. For the most part, what is used to illustrate is also used to build toward a nice little musical composition... thus gathering and tying together the elements important to learn the V-Instrument software. It sure works for me! Thanks!

Trap Sound Design Explained
Very Helpful
This tutorial is helping me to understand how to tweak my sounds to get that flavor I hear on trap songs on the radio. Good tutorial.

Synthesizer Terminology Explained
Learned a lot.
Learned a lot.

Reason 10 Explained
One of the best tutorials I ever took!
This one's simply brilliant! Super well organised and perfectly paced, brief but jam-packed with all the important info and presented clearly with illustrative audio examples. Reason is often viewed as a pretty backwards, limited and complex DAW but Paul shows that it's actually very well thought out and focused / distilled to provide just the right tool-set to get the job done. One of the best tutors I came accross here or elsewhere!!!

Frankly, Reason Studios should buy the rights to this tutorial and have it added to Reason and posted on their YT channel, because it'd sell lots of copies of the DAW :)

P.S. I only rated quality of video at 4 because of Reason's inherent low-res GUI that doesn't lend itself well to zooming. That's not on Paul or Groove3's video player!
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Sound Designer, Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio, Reason, Studio One

Cubase 10: Editing Audio Explained
Good series
Was more in depth than I thought
Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Cubase

Reverse Engineering Synth Sounds Explained
One of the most helpful sound design courses I've seen
This is one of the most helpful and well organized sound design courses I've seen. I wish I had this when I was first starting out. Essential viewing for any synth player, producer or engineer. Although there was some weird problem with the sound, where any time he would play his synth patches you could hear some scratchy noise over the top. Might be the mastering or something. Had to take a star off the quality of video for that.

Studio One: Beginner's Guide
Very helpful!
Great to understand all of StudioOne from the very first steps
Professional, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Mastering Facility, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Studio One

All-Access Pass
I only review things I really like.
And this is one of them.

I got the $15 monthly pass to learn about compression eq etc which was going for $30. I was thinking I could learn what I needed and then cancel, saving $15.

As soon as I got access to everything else I knew I needed a year pass which I got for $99.

I’m a drummer. The nuggets of information in the Levon Helm course are worth $99 on their own. Moving the emphasis from bass drum to snare drum and back. I’d never heard it explained like that.

I just got Harrison Mixbus, it’s there. Guitar courses in DADGAD, DAW templates, Reaper, etc etc etc. It just goes on and on. So far each teacher has been excellent. Focused on actual teaching rather than being “cool” or promoting companies. Pure teaching in order to share knowledge. I teach drums so I’m sensitive to that aspect and can assure you it’s spot one.

I’m so actually happy to have this in my life. I have an actual spring in my step.

Can’t commend it enough.

If you’re unsure. Fear not.


All-Access Pass
English subtitles
No English subtitles. If you add this will be very helpfully.

Al Schmitt on Using Microphones
It was a joy to listen to two great engineers talking about recording techniques. Al is a master and has great insight.
Professional, Audio Engineer, Pro Tools

Arturia CZ V Explained
Great review of the CZ feature set
It's been a long time since I programmed and played a Casio CZ synth. So long, in fact, that I had almost completely forgotten about the "Line" interface and how the phase distortion worked. This video set was like a couple hour re-learning experience.
Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Cakewalk Sonar, Mixcraft, Reason, Reaper

Virtual Guitarist AMBER Explained
Would never have guessed
I was given Amber to review for a magazine sometime back, and never got around to even loading it. My bad! Eli presents the app in very comprehensive review. I found his doubling via DAW examples very illuminating (not just for use with Amber, but for new ways to think about doubling, in general. Very useful!
Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Cakewalk Sonar, Mixcraft, Reason, Reaper

Digital Performer 10: Editing MIDI Explained
Comprehensive Overview - Very Helpful
I've been using motu midi since the early 1990's!!! And still, I've learned a great deal from watching this tutorial. This is a comprehensive overview and very little is left out from one of the "oldest" MIDI software programs on the market. To think of my years working with the earlier versions of MOTU's Performer software and now to watch this series of videos clearly shows me MOTU continued to evolve their product and the possibilities of MIDI software, even while digital audio recording was the main focus, replacing audio tape. I'll need to watch this a few more times to soak up all there is to learn and remember... well worth the time and cost.

All-Access Pass
Beyond Expectations
I wanted to use Groove3 to educate myself on Izotope products, but it has led me in other directions, as well. As a user of Studio One 4, I have been viewing training videos on that, too. Finally, I didn’t know there were also books that could be viewed on line, and as a songwriter, there are various books that I have already been looking into...way beyond my expectations when I decided to get the all access pass.
Hobbyist, Musician, FL Studio, Logic Pro, Mixcraft, Studio One

All-Access Pass
Excellent Learning Tools
I have been using Groove3 for Presonus Studio one, Atom, and others. Plus I have been reading some of the industry books as well and have found that enlightening and plan to use it more!

Ableton Live: Beginner's Guide to Beat Making
Very nice!
The instructor is excellent and I learned a lot in this course.

Production Techniques & Strategies: Standing Out
For beginners
A few good ideas, but overall anybody but for the music beginners will already have thought about them.
It's really lacking in depth. The course would have been better with less chapters and going much deeper.

Arturia Synclavier V Explained
Excellent introduction to Synclavier!
In just a couple hours, I had learned the basics of Synclavier programming. The pace of the course was excellent, as was the screen zooming to show what was going on. I wish somebody would do a Fairlight V using simuilar instruction techniques.
Professional, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Cakewalk Sonar, Mixcraft, Reason, Reaper

iZotope Neutron 3 Explained
Helpful and concise
Clear and concise, with good real world examples of usage
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Sound Designer, Cubase

REAKTOR Know-How: The Basics
Very Helpful but...
At first viewing I find this overwhelming in many respects. There seems to be the assumption that the "student viewer" knows and understands a great deal more than they do (or I do). This tutorial works on a more abstract/theoretical level whereas simply showing the instrument in action— as in the construction of a song or composition—might relate better to a true "beginner." I do understand more at this point and the instructor is clearly knowledgeable and fluent in the use of REAKTROR, however, this video seems to lack that down-to-earth quality a "beginner" needs. Show me how it will work in application, not just theory. But I will watch again and likely again and again...

AAS Strum GS-2 Explained
Excellent Tutorial
I purchased Strum GS-2 a while ago and have figured out quite a bit but this guided tour and tutorial really is helping me grasp the range of the V-Instrument by AAS. I so much appreciate the text recap after each video lesson, something all such tutorials should include - IMHO

Dorico 3: The New Features Explained
Dorico 2 and 3
Very Helpful with shortcuts etc - Have used Dorico for a few years on and off as I use Cubase to create and Dorico for the score.
Was hoping there would be an in depth chapter on expression maps and another on percussion maps as they relate to third party VSTs. I use Play from East West with Symphonic Orchestra and other libraries - Would love to see how to get the key changes in EW Silk Guzheng and Ehru to work as I have spend a couple of days trying.
Hobbyist, Musician, Cubase

Pink Floyd Dark Side of the Moon: Guitar Play-Along
great teacher
very good lessons
Musician, Audio Engineer, Pro Tools

Producing EDM in Logic Pro X
Extremely Helpful, Great, Clear and Awesome
I really loved the course so far. It is great, detailed, in depth, tens of tips and tricks in sound design as well as logic workflow. The author is very knowledgeable, inspiring and funny. I really loved it so far. I will complete the course. I would love a course on making a future pop style track. I really hope the author makes such a course with common stuff that most people have like serum for example. It will be so much fun and I WILL PURCHACE it for sure. Thank you so much for this course. Looking forward for new stuff from you always. This is the first time I write a review on this website because this course is really nice, thorough and impressive.
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