Introduction & Playthrough (8:20)
The Stems Pt. 1 (8:12)
The Stems Pt. 2 (4:28)
The Stems Pt. 3 (4:04)
The Drum Mix Pt. 1 (7:15)
The Drum Mix Pt. 2 (8:27)
Main Percussion Pt. 1 (5:05)
Main Percussion Pt. 2 (4:07)
Additional Percussion Pt. 1 (6:41)
Additional Percussion Pt. 2 (7:59)
Drum Mix - Final Treatments (4:54)
The Bass Mix Pt. 1 (10:05)
The Bass Mix Pt. 2 (9:28)
The Bass Mix Pt. 3 (5:20)
The Loop (3:32)
Parallel Compression Pt. 1 (7:27)
Parallel Compression Pt. 2 (4:27)
Effects Pt. 1 (7:55)
Effects Pt. 2 (7:38)
Incidentals Pt. 1 (6:06)
Incidentals Pt. 2 (5:21)
The Arrangement Pt. 1 (9:01)
The Arrangement Pt. 2 (8:36)
The Arrangement Pt. 3 (8:46)
The Master Channel Pt. 1 (6:23)
The Master Channel Pt. 2 (6:24)
The Master Channel Pt. 3 (5:15)
Electronic music producer pro Chris Herrera puts Deep House on the operating table and dissects it right before your eyes and ears. Watch and learn how to make authentic Deep House by identifying and understanding all the elements that make up this popular electronic genre.
Chris begins by welcoming you and goes over what the series will be about and plays the song you'll be dissecting in the video series.
Once you're familiar with the material, Chris breaks down and analyzes the stems that make up the different parts of the track, and talks about which ones are working and which aren't and why.
The drum mix is next, and together you'll put it under the microscope, revealing the importance of detailed sound design work when building a groove, and then dig deep into the classic 4 on the floor kick drum.
Percussion parts and effects, bass guitar and bass synth relationships and mix, parallel compression usage and application, and general effects are all then gone over in-detail, shedding light on the magic that's used to bring this genre to life.
Moving on, Chris then dives into examining the arrangement and how 4, 8, and 16 bar phrases are used to build the song up and down, as well as all-mighty breakdown section.
Wrapping it all up, Chris finishes up the series by looking at master channel plug-in chains that go from from very light and limiting, to heavy duty sonic plug-in combos that really make the music move and come alive.
As a bonus, Chris has included the stems to a different Deep House track so you can use the dissecting skills learned in the series and look at yet another Deep House track on your own, at your studio.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more info. If you're interested in producing Deep House, or just want to know what goes into making the genre, pull up a chair and checkout "Deep House Dissected" today!
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Submitted 3 months ago
I really enjoy all the Tutorials by Chris Herrera. He is a good teacher! I can hear the difference when utilizing the techniques he shares. He is also giving away a lot of great details to make your track more competitive. This is so helpful espcially in such a saturated market! Thanks so much Chris!
I am a: Student, Semi-Pro, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound Designer, Logic Pro
Submitted 4 months ago
Very good explained and it gave me a lot of inspiration
Submitted 4 months ago
was good till drum mix part
I am excited you have this up to explain deep house. but honesty you are using logic. Not everyone has logic or is going to buy it. too detailed for beginners. Going into full detail about an EQ you dont have makes me stop watching.
I am a: Hobbyist, Producer, FL Studio
Response from Customer Service:
For all of our mixing and production videos, the author will typically use the DAW he is most familiar with. Logic is one of the many used along with Pro Tools, Ableton Live, FL Studio, and Cubase.
And since most EQ parameters work the same way, if you watch the tutorial again you will learn some valuable information that you can apply to your own EQ and DAW.
Thanks for checking it out!
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