Real world feedback from Groove3 customers.

Music Production Recipe: Samurai Trap
Loved It!
Very awesome! Thank you!
Beginner, Hobbyist, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Game Designer, Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio

EZbass Explained
I Liked It
I saw a comment by someone that wanted a refund because it was too basic. Well, it was just the right pace for me. I have about a dozen tutorials from Groove3 by Eli Krantzberg, and he always amazes me at his understanding of music software apps. It's impossible for a presenter to answer every single question every buyer may have. That is my only disappointment in his videos. I need slow and simple when first learning a program. Some move too fast for me, but the beauty is we can re-view videos. I think I have a good basis to start working with this program now.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Sound for Film/TV, Digital Performer, Reason

soothe2 Explained
Excellent overview
I actually complained about Thomas plugging Soothe2 in his Mix Bus Processing course. However, it turns out that Soothe2 really is a bit of a magical plug-in, and there isn't anything out there that can quite do the same range of things that this one does.

I'd recommend doing Oeksound's own tutorials first (available inside the plug-in) because they are very easy to follow and provide an excellent overview of the plug-in. Doing Thomas' course then becomes about consolidating what you learned there.

I think the Black Friday deal on this expensive plug-in just ended, so perhaps hold off until the next sale for those who are keen on adding it their arsenal. It goes from $199 down to a more reasonable (?) $139. Unless of course you happen to be loaded, in which case you won't care, either way.

Cheers, Thomas!

EZdrummer 3 Explained
Great investment
I’ve had and used EXD3 for ages, but I learnt so much more and will get much more value from the product going forward. As usual, Eli provides crystal clear explanations. Highly recommended
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Session Bassist PRIME BASS Explained
Extremely helpful.

Music Production Theory & Arrangement Hacks
Very Helphful
Hello, "Music Production Theory & Arrangement Hacks" is a good introduction for those who sometimes lack the method to start music production. The work with "Captain plug-ins" is very well explained. This purchase was useful to me, I learned things that I did not know.
Hobbyist, Producer, Cubase

Using an Oscilloscope for Music Production Explained
As ever, great stuff from Larry Holcombe
I really enjoyed this.

Although I can't really see myself using an oscilloscope, Larry is paid to be an educator, and for educational purposes, having these visual illustrations is really helpful and unusually insightful. There are even a few 'a-ha' moments, such as the counter-intuitive idea that an Attack of 0ms can actually lead to an enhancement of transient information if using certain compressor types. The oscilloscope proves this - so you won't be doubting whether the educator is mistaken - and it's just really interesting stuff to know.

This course is snappy and to the point, so I got through it quite fast . This might be because I've watched so many of Larry's other courses, however, and many of these points have been covered elsewhere. In any case, I will definitely be giving this one a re-watch to better absorb some of the points.

Pro Tools Explained
In-depth Reintroduction to Pro Tools
I've been away from Pro Tools for a number of years but recently purchased the new MBOX Studio and decided I wanted to have a refresher course to get the most out of it. As I've done over the years with deeper software titles, I turned to Groove3 and was not disappointed.

While I enjoy most of the trainers on this site, I particularly like Eli Krantzberg who really dives deep and touches almost all of the features so you can improve your workflow and skills. I always come away from Eli's tutorials with a much better understanding of the software.

I was also pleasantly surprised at the additional "updated" videos added to the course showing off some of the new features added since the original training was launched. The use of Melodyne was a nice add.

I would like to request that Eli and Groove3 do a in-depth training series on the new MBOX Studio. I think it would help a lot of people as these units make there way out into the world.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Pro Tools

Session Horns Pro Explained
Fantastic tutorial by Eli!
So many nuances I would not have learned on my own....a two hour tutorial by EK always saves me weeks of learning on my own...Thanks!
Student, Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro

Vienna Smart Orchestra Explained
Good Introduction
This 12-part tutorial does a good job of introducing the basic "How To's" if you are new to the Synchron Player. It's more an exploration of the interaction of the sampled instruments with the player, than an intimate look at the actual orchestral sounds, which is exactly why I purchased the tutorial. It includes plenty of ideas for using the player creatively and should be of great help if you are getting started with the Synchron universe of orchestral sounds.

FabFilter Tips & Tricks
Great way to better understand the FabFilter plug-ins
I enjoyed this course. It allowed me to review my understanding of many of the FabFilter plug-ins in a new context. It's a shame that Pro G, Pro DS, Pro R and Timeless 3 don't get a mention. Perhaps Groove3 could consider doing a part 2 for this course - or perhaps a course dedicated tosound creation using the Creative Suite and Twin 2? I think there are many FabFilter users out there who would love to see a course like that.

Anyway, enough of the tangent. Thanks, Larry for another engaging course.

Arturia V Collection: Tips & Tricks
Enjoyed this!
Great series of videos showing ways to set up and use Arturia's V Collection of synths. I was able to follow along using each plugin in this series (only Emulator II caused me problems when trying to assign specific keys on my keyboard but this was due to either the plugin itself or Studio One crashing each time - this was not the fault of Tom's brilliant tutorial however). I learned a lot from the content, thanks!
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Play Piano Today! All-In-One Beginner's Pack
Great First Steps!
I am new beginner to piano, and learning. I watched a handful of video tutorial previews for many others offered here and elsewhere before purchasing. This one not only gave the best preview (here and at HL site), but it simplified the process and seemed to make it so clear! I appreciate that, and even though its obviously from older days, I like her voice, energy, and teaching style, so its timeless.
Beginner, Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio, FL Studio, Cakewalk Sonar, Cubase, Logic Pro, Mixcraft, Pro Tools, Reason, Studio One

Mixing with Plugin Alliance Plugins Explained
Sorry, but it feels like I wasted my money
The track is so "lite" and airy that all the changes made to it are so subtle as to be imperceptible to anyone but the person already familiar with every slight nuance of the track.
Lost me at the point where musicmath delay calculator and elysia alpha comp were being used to allow transients through by working out the timing mathematically. That level of microscopic minutiae just doesn't come across well on a training video. Dogs might hear it, but I didn't.
The track on the whole just felt so "lite" that tweaks made to elements while the mix was playing, were just too subtle

My ears are in good shape, and I'm listening with Slate Audio VSX headphones

The guy doing the tutorial is competent enough, and does explain well, but for me, it was fundamentally, a poor track to use as a demonstration due to it sounding so "vanilla"
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio, FL Studio, Reaper

Max for Live: Sound Design with BEAP
One for the toolbox.
Great set of videos to grasp using Max for Live with the BEAP modules to do something useful (or for fun). Quick course and easy to follow – real discovery for me this one.
Hobbyist, Producer, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Reaper

MASSIVE Sounds Vol 1
Great stuff from, I assume, Larry Holcombe?
I've done many video series with Larry and I actually thought the author for this one had been mislabeled at first. Was Larry a teenager when he filmed it? His voice was not recognizable at first. Also, I was slightly afraid for him because there were quite a few police sirens in the background, and I was worried that he might be taken away; thankfully, he wasn't and I was able to get very helpful to-the-point review on how to use Massive.

This synth was recently added to Focusrite's free-software bundle, so there may be a few people like me doing these Massive series a little late in the day. It's not really as good as Massive X, is it? If you're new to both, it feels like there's no hesitation about which synth should be first choice. Massive is great, but it does sound its age when compared with its younger brother.

As ever, cheers Larry Holcombe for another great video series.

MASSIVE X: Sound Design Vol 1
Great Introduction to M-X Sound Design
Well presented, providing a lot of great inspiration for sound design. I hadn't used Massive X prior to taking this course (only the original Massive) and found it was pretty easy to follow along to. Clear directions, and very good, inspirational examples across several genres

All-Access Pass
intend to keep....
I was only going to use Groove 3 to get me started on Studio One but I found so much more that is useful I will keep the all-access pass for this year and maybe more. I play sax, guitar, keyboard and am starting to learn recording with a DAW and video editing. Keep up the good work...

Electronic Music Producer’s Guide: EQ
Great stuff from Adam once again.
Tips and tricks galore, as always - with an insight into the rationale too.

Studio One 6 Explained
Excellent Comprehensive Tutorial
Great refresher and coverage of many NEW features and workflow enhancements included in Studio One v6. As always, Eli does a great job stepping us through the essentials. Thanks!

All-Access Pass
Like Having a Team of Personal Trainers!
Groove3 is one of the best buys for the money that I have ever invested in. Lots of "How To" Videos to help with understanding recording software and plugins and also access to a great deal of music to analyze and play. All Access Pass is a super deal for all of the quality at my fingertips.... Thanks, Grove3!
Beginner, Musician, Studio One

Ozone 10 Explained
I cant find any fault with this at all.
Very detailed, well-paced and covers all the options, great visuals and real life usage/references.

Pulsar Plug-Ins Explained
Great Job Eli Krantzberg !!!. I love how hands on your tutorial is and specially we can use your files to follow along !. I will be buying more of your tutorials!!
Semi-Pro, Professional, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live, Cubase

Logic Pro 10.7 & 10.7.5 Updates Explained
Great as always, but where's the new articulation panel?
The new clip gain is huge and well explained, as is the nested summing folders. I love the explanation of the live step recording, I haven't used that in years, but now I might give it a go.

I mention the articulation panel because I was thinking of going to Cubase simply to get their articulation track, but now they've given us this new functionality to try out. Looks like you can assign all switches to a midi channel. So Cubase is on hold for a minute

Revoice Pro 4 Explained
Super Helpful!
The videos explained very well in detail; it was super helpful. Thanks for the effort.
Professional, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Pro Tools

Mix Bus Processing Explained
An interesting series at a sensible length
This is another good course from Thomas Cochran. It provides you with some nice ideas for adding an extra something to your entire mix before sending it off for mastering.

However, as with another series by Tom that I completed recently, it has an entire video which relies entirely on one plug-in: the magic ring of power that cannot be substituted with anything else. In this case, it's Soothe2; in the other instance, it was Trackspacer. This is irritating. It feels like a deliberate plug and is quite frustrating.

Top Ten EDM Do's
Great stuff from Adam Pollard once again
Got through this really fast just because it's really entertaining. Lots of excellent ideas and wisdom nuggets to be had.

In-Depth but Easy to Follow!
I had owned Empire Breaks for months but never really got deep into it. I loved the individual samples and patterns, but I knew there was more. This course shows the full potential of the product. The instructor goes under the hood and really shows you how to customize the kits and make the sounds your own. His teaching style is in-depth but easy to follow. A+ Course!

Mixing with Plugin Alliance Plugins Explained
Enjoyed this!
Enjoyed this. Lots of very subtle moves using PA plugins on an already well produced and recorded set of tracks. I really like the way Larry approaches improving the mix with each move being explained and justified.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Gating Explained
Some great insights into gating
Some really good insights into how to use gating and downward expansion, both more conventionally and less so.

Neutron 4 Explained
It was very helpful
He made things very easy to understand.
Beginner, Producer, Studio One

Lonnie Mack - Acoustic Blues Guitar
I have the Tab Book for this Video
Submitted 5 months ago
Where's the PDF notation, tabs?

I can't help this gentleman with his other concerns BUT I made a PDF of the original TAB booklet that accompanied this (VHS) Video.
Happy to share it with you if you tell me where to upload it.
Let me know if you are interested.

Francis C Harding

Delay Explained
Kenny is just great
Loved this just as much as the Phase Explained series. This will be great for students new to delay but also for anyone wanting a review.

Kenny has a way of explaining that is just so clear and easy to get. There were a few things that I 'thought' I knew, but after he explained them, I realized that I'd misunderstood somewhere along the way. He's a great tutor for clearing up confusion. We need him back on here; that NYC accent is fun to listen to.

Studio One 6 Explained
Very clear and concise explanation of the new Studio One 6
Very well-paced and clear explanations.

Pulsar Plug-Ins Explained
Very Useful
As always, another excellent product and great quality overview of Pulsar plugins delivered by Eli.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Hands On Bass!
Beginner's Course
This course is very simplistic and slow-paced, as it should be for its intended audience - the beginner. If you know nothing about the bass guitar and want to start from scratch, this course will suit you well.

Phase Explained
Wow - fantastic and entertaining on what I thought would be a boring topic
Kenny does an amazing job here. This course really hooked me from the first video - fantastic use of visual aids to drive points home throughout the series. Loved it.

Downtempo for Beginners
Great paced course
Definitely more a beginner level course, but picked up some nice ideas.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro

Compression Explained
A fabulous and surprisingly entertaining series on compression
It's obvious that a lot of love went into the creation of this series. Great visuals used, and carefully chosen analogies and illustrative examples dotted throughout.

Great for anyone who wants to brush up on compression. For a complete newbie, perhaps a little overwhelming in places, but the explanations of the key parameters of a compressor are gold regardless of your level of knowledge.

How to Harmonize on the Piano
Excellent study on harmony concepts
I worked through this book and got so much out of it. Built all the examples in a DAW and worked out the ideas in various ways. Truly useful stuff and will segue nicely into further studies from the author. Mark Harrison is a renowned educator in piano and theory training and I personally own his contemporary ear training and theory volumes as well as the Pop piano book. They are all amazing resources and fun to work with. This book is like a taster of many concepts nicely packaged into one place to give you a "high-level" functional overview. Of course, if you don't own the other titles, you will still get a lot out of this study, especially if you want to just harmonize literally any melody using a piano. Recommended.

Pulsar Plug-Ins Explained
Great tutorial!
Hats off to Mr. Krantzberg for this in depth analysis of the Pulsar series plug-ins. Extremely helpful with lots of examples. Keep it up Groove3.
Semi-Pro, Audio Engineer, Pro Tools, Reaper

Melodyne 5 Explained
Love Eli.... HE really give a lot if info along the way .. easy to keep up on what he is doing.... love that..... I sue the pause button a lot and reverse a lot to catch every word..... and it's all there .. very good guy for this
Love Eli.... HE really gives a lot if info along the way .. easy to keep up on what he is doing.... love that..... I use the pause button a lot and reverse a lot to catch every word..... and it's all there .. very good guy for this

KONTAKT 7 Explained
A good overview if a little dry in delivery in places
This series certainly does give you all the information you need, but it is a bit of a slog to get through in places. I felt talked at a little too often with this one from Eli, especially towards the beginning. But the key things most of us will need to do in Kontakt are delivered / explained well enough.

All-Access Pass
Amazing way to learn and become an expert!
This service is definitely worth the money. I've learned many tricks and tips too! Thanks Groove 3.

Vinnie Moore - Advanced Lead Guitar Techniques
Lovely Vinnie !!
This course contains the best practices to better your guitar playing

KONTAKT 7 Explained
Excellent in depth look at Kontakt 7
High quality content from Eli, as always.

Great set of videos
My first time doing a course with Luke Oswald. Very easy to follow, no fluff.

Studio Drummer has just been added to Komplete Now, so I wanted to see what all the fuss is about. This course has you up to speed in just a few hours. It's a great drum sample-playback synth, but my god, how does anyone ever get anything done with the options available today. As a Logic user, I've got DKD, DMD, Ultrabeat and Drum Synth; and now, with NI, there's Battery 4, Studio Drummer, Empire Breaks, Beats...and on and on and on. Stop giving us things, NI! (Although, if you want to throw CHOIR into Komplete Now, fair enough).

Great educator. Great product.

CRUSH PACK Explained
Very helpful
Gary does a great job introducing the Crush Pack.

I guess quite a few people with Komplete Now subscriptions will be watching this now since the pack was recently added into the Komplete Now suite. Very easy to follow and gives some good ideas for practical use.

The NI manual is also really short for these plug-ins, so I'd recommend having that open too while watching as it's not going to take up too much extra brain power. Cheers, Gary!

Pro Tools Signal Flow Explained
Excellent great place to start
As an ex user of protools I needed to get my head around the routing of audio again ,this is a great set of tutorials especially if you are setting up your own studio. In fact I would say this is probably the most important aspect of protools to understand .
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Ableton Live

All-Access Pass
Excellent study material
Very high value for money. They keep adding videos and books to their all access content. Well curated material.

Ableton Live: Things You Need to Know
Great course!
I really loved the course. Super useful information to make your workflow in Live more efficient.
Great instructor and content.
Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Ableton Live

Songwriting with RealGuitar
Not as in depth as I would have hoped
I liked the presenter and the quick way he goes through the videos. Too many tutorials have too much "waffle" from the presenter where this one didn't have that in my opinion which is a big positive.

On the down side the guitars didn't sound realistic and did sound like an automated Vst. I've seen some tutorials on YouTube which do sound like real guitars but unfortunately the ones in these tutorials don't which was really disappointing. The reason I bought this training module was to learn how to program realistic guitars using Real Guitar & Real Strat software. The guitars in this course fall way short of what I was expecting unfortunately.

Mixing with Pro Tools
Very helpful!
Very interesting and helpful mixing tutorial, easy to understand.
Professional, Musician, Producer, Pro Tools

How to Read Music the Video Course
Helpful for the novice
This was a very calm and informative video training on how to read music. I took notes and how about it made me stronger for when I took my music reading test. I would recommend this to others.
Beginner, Producer, Ableton Live, Acid, FL Studio, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason, Reaper

Recording Electric Guitars Explained
Patrick’s down to earth method of passing along knowledge is always genuine
I enjoy all of this man’s calm yet thorough presentational content he has delivered to us along with all the other access in this fantastic Groove 3 community. I have been a yearly full access pass subscriber now going on my third year and absolutely can not imagine not having this content as part of my evolving recording journey.

All-Access Pass
Groove3’s ALL-ACCESS PASSPORT Has a Ton, a huge amount, a crap load, a Plethora, of videos, tablature, & videos on how to record & mix your own material with many of the more popular DAW’s. If you’re a student, teacher, or just someone who wants to LEARN? ALL ACCESS PASS is for YOU!!

Analog Synths Explained
Beginner, Student, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Game Designer, Mastering Facility, Sound for Film/TV, Ableton Live, Pro Tools

How to Read Music the Video Course
Great tutorial!
It's explained and demonstrated with such simplicity. I've had instructors try to teach how it works before and it definitely wasn't as clear as this.
Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason, Reaper

Ozone 10 Explained
Another Excellent Course by Eli K.
Once again, Eli Krantzberg has done a marvelous job of covering all of the highlights of an iZotope product — Ozone 10 being one of the most sophisticated and useful tools available for home recordists and professionals, alike.
I particularly appreciate his recommendations for setting parameters and values in Ozone 10 in order to achieve the best and most reliable results. Keep up the good work!

Hollywood Orchestra Opus Edition Explained
Great for understanding overall functions!
I saw this tutorial before purchasing this library. As it allowed me to assess the possibilities, it gave me the confidence to actually buying it. This course will not only provide information on the general functions but also give you ideas on how it can be implemented in one's music production.

All-Access Pass
Brilliant & excellent content
Semi-Pro, Musician, Logic Pro

Arturia Augmented STRINGS Explained
Attention: Not applicable to "Augmented Strings Intro" version
I've just purchased this tutorial and it seems pretty good. But very soon I discovered that it is highly based in teaching how to use some Advanced functionalities of the instrument which are not available in my version of the instrument. I wasn't aware that there are (at least) 2 versions of A.S.: Augmented Strings and Augmented Strings Intro. The second is a simpler version, and only too late did I realize that it was the one I had. But I didn't find explicit references to those 2 versions anywhere in Arturia's web page. Try finding "Augmented Strings" there, and you'll get access to video tutorials showing the "Intro" version without calling it that way. I think there are clear opportunities for improvement here: Arturia could make a much more public, visible and explicit distinction between the 2 versions, and this course could be offered with a warning note letting us know that it is not applicable to the "Intro" version. You may ask where did I discover that there was such thing as 2 versions and that mine was the "Intro" one...well, in starting to write a request for support to Arturia in their page, only there did I find the first mention to the 2 A.S. options, and also in my Arturia's installed products window app...But, as I said before, neither in the instrument interface itself nor in the product description in the webpage those 2 options are mentioned.

Ukelounge with Steven Sproat
Learn how to strum a Uke!
Great techniques shown in this video. Clear and slow instructions but excellent pace for a beginner. However, I'm not sure he is tuned to A440... but maybe it was me!

EZdrummer 3 Explained
Great explanation, it gives a full overview of the EZdrummer and the editing techniques. I can fully recommend this course, give it a try you won´t regret it.

DJing with Ableton Live
Just what I was looking for!
Unlike anything I could find on the internet. I was searching for a clear & concise tutorial about using Ableton as a DJ setup. Others said this in the title but, Josh nailed it! Cant wait to watch the Advanced series now!

Mastering with T-RackS
Would be great if it wasn't 13 years old and about TRacks 3
The content about mastering is ok, not much new info if you're not new to mastering. The thing is i wanted also some help about using T Racks 5 as your mastering suite, thats why i purchased this tutorial, only to find out it is based on an outdated version of the software, and quickly you realize the lay out is completely different and useless for the current version. You should point that out in the title iof the tutorial so people can avoid it

All-Access Pass
Very Helpful
Excellent Resource

Studio One: Beginner's Guide
Great Training
Fabulous quality training. The audio and video quality was top notch. Great instructor. Teaching you just enough to get your feet wet, without bombarding you with information overload. Although this training was specific to Studio One 4, it’s still relevant to 5 which I’m using. Loved the pace so much so I purchased the complete 5 bundle. Highly recommend. Good quality training. Each video is short and concise and easy to understand.

Producing & Engineering High End / Top End
Entertainingly delivered even if the results are not always a sale for me
This is the first series I've done with Chris Herrera. He's an entertaining guy and I'd certainly be interested in seeing more from him. The series gets five stars from me simply for the fact that Logic's Delay Designer is used across two videos. I've watched A LOT of video tutorial series, both on Logic specifically and production more generally, and I don't believe I've ever seen anyone using Delay Designer in even one video, let alone two. However, given the title of the course, some of the techniques feel a little too tangential at times. In fact, the Delay Designer videos are in this category for me. I'd also say that some of the sounds that result from a few of the more experimental techniques were not pleasant enough - to my ears, at least - to persuade me, 'yes, that's a technique I'll be using'. But there you go. Different strokes for different folks. A series that's definitely worth checking out, in any case.

Mastering in the Box Explained
Concise, knowledgeable, and effective presentation. Thanks!

Producing Tech House
Another Great Product!
Another great series from Larry!
I was able to follow along in my own DAW (Studio One) and got some great tips along the way. These tutorials from Groove are really great products and much appreciated.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Exponential Audio R4 Explained
Great R4 tutorial !
Really good in-depth explanation of how R4 works. Thanks to Eli for this great tutorial!

Thanks to groove 3 to make it available to everyone!
Hobbyist, Musician, Sound Designer, Studio One

Studio One 6 Explained
Very good Tutorial
This tutorial is to the point. I have learned a lot about it. Thank You Eli.
Hobbyist, Audio Engineer, Cakewalk Sonar

Producing & Engineering Low End/Sub-Bass
Very entertaining stuff from Adam Pollard once again
I love Adam's style. He repeats key information in a way that doesn't feel like he's repeating it - through changes in his intonation, or paraphrasing the same idea, or providing a different example to illustrate the same concept. Some people may think this is unnecessary - 'you already told me this!' - but I disagree. We simply don't learn something by hearing it only once. The one thing I really don't like about this course is how it at times feels like product placement for Serum. Indeed, one or two videos are exclusively focused on the use of Serum and sub-bass - I was waiting for the 'if you don't use Serum, you can do x instead' part - but no! The concept was demonstrated in Serum and then the video was over. Nonetheless, the course was so entertaining and well delivered that I can only give it full marks.

Mix Bus Processing Explained
Great overall video. One crucial hint for the maker....when doing adjustments with plugins in a such delicate topic, where the effects are subtle, please DO NOT TALK over it.

Guitar Pro Explained
A Decent Overview
If you are new to GP or already know the basics, this series will give an overview of what can be accomplished, including how to use some of its more advanced capabilities. It's not a comprehensive overview of GP, but it's better than what I've seen on YT and a far cry better than the product documentation.

Logic Pro Explained
Very helpful
I am grateful for this class

All-Access Pass
Highly recommend!
I've used Groove3 off and on for years. During that time I've watched their online library and instructional sessions grow beyond my expectations. I'm currently doing a deep dive into a secondary daw software I have and I'm able to use it somewhat expertly after watching the full "explained" session. So many courses to learn from here. Best advice - get the all access pass and use it. Remind yourself you will not treat it like the dusty exercise bike in the corner - use it and grow.

The Mechanics of Mixing in Studio One
Very enjoyable & a reminder that S1 has some great stock plugins
It is easy to overlook the stock plugins when you have a well-stocked (frankly over-stocked) third-party supply. This was a good reminder of the great plugins that ship with S1, especially the console shaper which I often overlook.

I like the video introduction from Eli, makes it much more personable and welcoming :-)
Semi-Pro, Musician, Sound for Film/TV, FL Studio, Pro Tools, Reason, Reaper, Studio One

'60s Classics: Guitar Play-Along
Thank You !
Great tutorials!

Synthwave Production Explained
Great course!
Very clear and intuitive.
Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Ableton Live, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Reason, Reaper

Soundtoys Plug-Ins: Getting Creative
Simply Excellent...
Want to know what soundtoys plugins can add to your music? This is the best series of videos I have seen. Really enjoyed this!
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Creating Realistic MIDI Drums
I'm a big fan of MIDI drum programming and I've been doing this for some time but I've discovered lots of interesting stuff for myself from this class. These are mainly details but as they say, - "The devil is in the details".

The knowledge you get from this class can be applied to absolutely any genre where you want your drums to sound real.

Highly recommended!

Plugin Alliance SPL Plug-Ins Explained
Another Great Product!
Good overview of SPL plugins with clear examples of their uses.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Pro Tools Explained
Fast Start for assembling Music
I'm new to Pro Tools & producing music so this video series is PERFECT for me - very pragmatic, logical approach to mixing music from scratch in this incredible tool. Highly recommended!

Scaler Explained
Very Helpful
The Scaler 2 training is very easy to follow. The different parts of the software are very well explained. I benefited from taking this training.
Hobbyist, Producer, Cubase

Nothing to see here folks, move along
This book provides a very high level overview of some pedals. pedalboards, and configuration. But, many of the associated explanations are pretty sparse of unclear (e.g. I already knew the difference between true bypass and buffered, but after reading the author's explanation of the difference, I wondered if he really understood the difference). Moreover, the author spends a lot of time showing you pictures of the fully configured personal pedalboards of others, but if you don't know what the pedals used sound like or you don't know the band, it's kind of a waste.

The best chapter would be chapter 6, where the author gives you a very limited overview of how a few pedals can be configured to get various sounds. However, rather than showing to configure, say, a basic distortion sound configuration, blues sound, surf sound, clean sound or whatever, the author jumps into verbiage about -- for example -- talk boxes, which is pretty useless if you are new to pedals.

So, if you're new to pedals and want to find out more about how to configure a few basic ones to get some tones that will serve as a starting point, skip this book. If you already have some pedal knowledge and use experience, you won't find much here so, again, skip this book.

Great Place to get a quick start
I like this guys videos they are fast and get you up and running... I don't want the total in-depth stuff I would rather get a little than learn myself

LUNA Explained
really helpful
Concise and clear at the right speed and content level for me to follow easily
Hobbyist, Semi-Pro, Musician, Audio Engineer, Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Studio One

Ozone 10 Explained
Very helpful!
Eli did a great job in explaining the various components of Ozone 10. I feel a little more confident working in the system.

Mixing with Neutron 4
Very helpful
Being pretty new to isotope this was very informative and I used the videos as I mixed only in izotope. The instructor was very knowledgeable and easy to listen to.

Ozone 10 Explained
The Best Teacher
Always gives the details at ever step

Best Teacher

Delay Explained
Very nice organised and explaned
Would be great the same in cubase with different plugins not to be limited with ProTools

Creative Ways to Use Reverb Explained
Another Great Product!
Many useful examples of how to set-up and use reverb creatively. As the title indicates this is not so much about the basics of what a reverb is but rather applying reverbs in various ways. Many great tips demonstrated here and clearly explained so I could follow along.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer

Very helpful
In a few lessons you get an overview of the possibilities of Empire Breaks. The possibilities to edit the sounds the kits and the patterns are endless.
Hobbyist, Musician, Producer, Beat Maker, Sound Designer, Ableton Live, Cubase

Ozone 10 Explained
Excellent Coverage
Eli does a fantastic job of working through each of the pieces, parts, and elements of Ozone 10. He offers a thorough understanding of the ins and outs especially the newer modules that are included.

Vocal Technique - Developing Your Voice for Performance
Great instructor
This singing instructor clearly knows what she is talking about and just comes across as authentically professional. It's nice to see her working with a student in real-time, too. I'm surprised this video series hasn't received any reviews. There are a few other vocal training series on Groove3 (but overall it's a surprisingly small pool) but they don't come close to this one in providing sensible, specific, non-waffly advice.

Songwriting with Vocal Acapellas
I enjoyed watching this over several weeks. It was like sitting in on a session. It's a once off viewing and I got it in a sale.

Pro Tools Automation Explained
Lovely cornflakes with perhaps a little too much milk.
Eli never disappoints and this is no exception. For someone new to PT, this course is not for the fainthearted and I found myself having to look outside this offering to try get my head around what he was doing. This course would need perhaps another viewing unless you're "one of them" geniuses. Some of this is about advanced automation on various tracks at the same time which, for me, was like flying a plane at night. And to make it even more scary, there was no blessing at the end!

Mixing with Brainworx Plug-Ins Explained
Great explanation and easy to undertand, i own quite a bunch of Brainworx Plugins, and i must say this the best tutorials i have come across so far.
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