Garden Eel Sampling Pt. 1 (16:25)
Garden Eel Sampling Pt. 2 (17:21)
How Often Do You Sample Sounds Like This for Your Tracks? (1:13)
What Is That Instrument You Recorded? (0:30)
What Is the Gold Microphone You Are Using? (1:43)
What?s Your Instagram? (0:22)
Do You Have Other Suggestions for Finding the Pitch? (2:28)
Can You Change the Wave Shape for Any Sound You Want? (2:45)
Why Would You Use the Glue Compressor vs. the Original Ableton Compressor? (3:25)
When You Change the Wave Shape, Do You Have a Preference On How You Do It? (3:27)
Can You Talk About FM Synthesis? (6:29)
In this course, Josh Bess explains how to sample live instruments by sampling a new toy he purchased from the aquarium for five dollars. These ideas can be applied to your own music production to sample and create any new sounds you imagine.
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