GLAZE Tutorial

GLAZE: Making a Track

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7 Videos | Length: 1hr 7min 19sec
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  • The Kick Drum 12:40

    The Kick Drum

    Larry begins the series by creating a kick drum patch using a rapidly descending pitch envelope on GLAZE's filter. This creates a trademark kick drum contour.

  • Extra Drums 13:26

    Extra Drums

    Next up is a snare, hi-hat, and a clap-style sound using only sounds available in GLAZE, including the Noise dial. These sounds are then used to fill out the beat.

  • Adding Some Bass 10:04

    Adding Some Bass

    In this video, learn to create a wavetable-based bass sound that's fine-tuned with effects. The sound is then used to compose a bassline for the track, and automation is added for extra interest.

  • Adding a Pad 8:07

    Adding a Pad

    Next up, create a patch using LFO volume modulation for an interesting tremolo effect that fades up over time. A part is then played in using this pad patch to add some harmonic interest.

  • Adding Some Riffs 8:33

    Adding Some Riffs

    In this video, use the incredible Riff presets to add some hooky vibes to the track. Also learn how to tune phrases that are in different keys to match your own musical ideas.

  • Adding a Sequenced Part 6:23

    Adding a Sequenced Part

    Next up, explore how to create a sequenced vocal part using pitch and velocity changes. Then use the sequencer to create macro changes to alter the sequence over time.

  • FX 8:06


    Larry finishes off the series by creating a rise-and-fall effect to help punctuate our track, adding to the tension and release within the arrangement.

Product Overview

Production pro Larry Holcombe presents a comprehensive video tutorial series on creating a track with GLAZE! If you're familiar with Native Instruments' GLAZE plugin, you know what a powerful production tool it can be. In this series, you'll follow along as Larry builds a track from scratch entirely within GLAZE, learning valuable tips, tricks, and techniques you can use to get the most out of this amazing plugin. These videos are for those familiar with GLAZE. If you're new to GLAZE start at the beginning with GLAZE Explained® here.

Larry welcomes you and begins by creating a kick drum patch using GLAZE's pitch envelope and filter before continuing with other percussion, including a snare, hi-hat, and clap-like sound - all created with nothing but sounds from GLAZE.

Next, learn how to create a wavetable-based bass patch using some effects to fine-tune the sound. Then discover how to create a pad that uses LFO volume modulation for a tremolo effect!

Throughout the rest of the course, you'll learn many other tips and tricks, such as how to tune various Riffs from the available presets to the key of your track and how to use the sequencer to add pitch and velocity changes to a vocal part over time.

To see exactly what these in-depth GLAZE tutorials show, and how they'll help you create exciting, dynamic, unique tracks of your own, see the individual GLAZE video tutorial descriptions on this page. Learn how GLAZE can inspire you and lead you in new creative directions... Watch “GLAZE: Making a Track” today!

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