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10 Useful Sounds with: Circuit Mono Station

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Chapter 1 : Introduction

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    Overview

    Josh welcomes you and explains why these tutorials are a helpful tool for your growth as a sound designer, and how they will also build your Circuit Mono Station chops.

Chapter 2 : 10 Useful Sounds - Quick & Dirty Versions

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    Saw Pluck

    Josh gives you a quick run-through on how to create a useful saw pluck sound patch.

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    Acid Bass

    See how to easily design a famous acid bass sound patch.

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    Detuned Saw Pluck

    Josh explains how to build a thick detuned saw pluck sound patch.

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    Dark Bass Pluck

    See how to make a dark bass pluck sound patch from scratch.

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    Smooth Sub Bass

    Josh gives you a quick run-through on creating a smooth sub bass sound patch.

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    Video Game Blip

    Discover how to design a video game blip sound patch.

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    Wobble Bass

    See how to quickly make a wobble bass sound patch.

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    Deep Drone Bass

    Josh now shows you how to make a deep drone bass sound patch fast.

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    Detuned Pitch Drop

    Learn to make a detuned pitch drop sound patch.

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    Smooth Saw Lead

    Josh reveals the steps to quickly design a smooth saw lead sound patch.

Chapter 3 : 10 Useful Sounds - Detailed Versions

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    Saw Pluck

    Josh now gives the longer, more detailed version of how to create a saw pluck patch, along with personal tips and tricks for the Circuit Mono Station.

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    Acid Bass

    See a more in-depth approach to designing a famous acid bass sound patch including tips and tricks.

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    Detuned Saw Pluck

    See a deeper look at how to create a detuned saw pluck patch including tips and tricks, while using the Circuit Mono Station.

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    Dark Bass Pluck

    Josh now explains with more detail how to design a dark bass pluck patch, plus other info on the subject.

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    Smooth Sub Bass

    Get a more detailed look at how to create a smooth sub bass patch, including other points on the topic.

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    Video Game Blip

    See a more deeper way to produce a video game sound patch, along with personal tips regarding the Circuit Mono Station.

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    Wobble Bass

    Josh explains in more detail how to design a wobble bass sound.

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    Deep Drone Bass

    Explore how to further create a deep drone bass sound, along with more info on the Circuit Mono Station.

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    Detuned Pitch Drop

    See a more detailed approach to producing a detuned pitch drop effect on the Circuit Mono Station.

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    Smooth Saw Lead

    Discover how to create a smooth saw lead patch from scratch on the Circuit Mono Station.

Product Overview


In this video tutorial series designed for the new or beginner synth sound designer, synth pro Josh Bess shows you how to make 10 useful synth sounds using the Novation Circuit Mono Station. You can use the info on any real or virtual synthesizer, and you get both quick and dirty tutorials for those who want just the steps to take to make the sounds, as well as versions that are more detailed and include tips and tricks!

Josh begins by welcoming you and goes over what the video series covers, and then hits the ground running with the first synth sound, the Saw Pluck. You'll then see how to make a Acid Bass, Detuned Saw Pluck, Dark Bass Pluck, Smooth Sub Bass, Video Game Blip, Wobble Bass, Deep Drone Bass, Detuned Pitch Drop, and Smooth Saw Lead, all from scratch.

The first half of the series gives you the fast steps to take to make all of these sounds, so you can easily follow along, followed by videos that make the same sounds again, but this time contain more information as to why and how Josh is making them, and includes some tips and tricks as well.

See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you're new to programming synths or want to know more about ways to sound design on the Circuit Mono Station, check this series out... Watch "10 Useful Sounds with: Circuit Mono Station" today!


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Josh Bess is a music producer and educator, born and raised in New York, currently based in Tokyo, Japan. 
Josh Bess is an Amazon Books Top Selling author in the music category with his book, Electronic Dance Music Grooves published with Hal Leonard Corporation. 
 
Josh has music production, composition, and artist credits with Disney, Nickelodeon, MTV, Amazon Fashion Week TOKYO, and more, along with original music releases with electronic music labels, such as Armada Music, Bosphorus Underground Recordings and Naschkatze Underground Recordings.
 
Josh offers private teaching to aspiring music producers on his website, http://www.joshbess.live.

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    10 Useful Sounds with: Circuit Mono Station

    In this video tutorial series designed for the new or beginner synth sound designer, synth pro Josh Bess shows you how to make 10 useful synth sounds using the Novation Circuit Mono Station. You can use the info on any real or virtual synthesizer, and you get both quick and dirty tutorials for those who want just the steps to take to make the sounds, as well as versions that are more detailed and include tips and tricks!

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    Advanced DJing with Ableton Live

    In this Hal Leonard Music Pro Guide, DJ extraordinaire Josh Bess explains how to go further when DJing with Ableton Live, and provides advanced tips and tricks to incorporate into your live DJ performances.

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    Building Your Own Custom Audio-Effect Rack

    In this Josh Bess Ableton Live Webinar, you’ll learn how to create useful custom audio Ableton Live effect racks, making a powerful sonic tool for both your own original music productions and live performances.

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    Creating a Natural Drum Sampler

    In this course, Josh Bess explains how to create a natural sounding and feeling drum sampler, from the use of pre-recorded samples. Josh demonstrates how to quickly build this tool and provides a fully detailed explanation of how to apply this idea to your own creation process.

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    Creating a Song Inspired from a Vocal Sample

    In this Josh Bess Ableton Live Webinar, you’ll see how to create a full song from a simple one-shot vocal sample including how to get started, progress, and finish as well as other helpful techniques!

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