Advanced Bus Routing Pt. 1 (8:55)
Advanced Bus Routing Pt. 2 (6:59)
Advanced Bus Routing Pt. 3 (4:41)
Advanced Bus Routing Pt. 4 (6:06)
Advanced Bus Routing Pt. 5 (6:05)
Resampling - Intro (4:51)
Resampling Drums & Percussion Pt. 1 (7:05)
Resampling Drums & Percussion Pt. 2 (9:29)
Resampling Drums & Percussion Pt. 3 (4:04)
Resampling Synth Lines Pt. 1 (5:56)
Resampling Synth Lines Pt. 2 (10:07)
Resampling Synth Lines Pt. 3 (5:17)
Resampling with Flex Pitch & Melodyne Pt. 1 (6:21)
Resampling with Flex Pitch & Melodyne Pt. 2 (8:27)
Resampling with Flex Pitch & Melodyne Pt. 3 (4:58)
Resampling with Flex Pitch & Melodyne Pt. 4 (4:56)
Times have surely changed regarding the way we work with and manipulate audio, as new options and techniques are constantly being developed and explored. Studio guru Chris Herrera bings the first volume of videos focused on these methods, looking at cool advanced bus routing and resampling ideas and practices.
Chris begins by welcoming you, and then gets right at it with videos on setting up bus channels and delay effects, 3rd party plug-ins, summing channels for processing, and building effect chains. Although Chris is using Logic Pro X for these videos, much of the info will apply to your DAW and its tools.
Next you’ll look at some interesting panning and mixing ideas, and then explore what resampling is and how it’s used in today’s productions. See how to take basic drum loops and MIDI parts and bounce them for creative manipulation, including using Flex Time and Groove Quantize.
Moving on, you’ll see how to turn your audio loop back into MIDI for import to the EXS24 sampler for interesting modulation effects, and then how to transform synth lines and parts in a similar fashion.
Then it’s on to resampling with Flex Pitch as well as Melodyne and how to create intricate stutter effects and glitches, as well as other modern sounds and effects.
See the individual tutorial descriptions for more detailed info. If you’re interesting in that “magic dust” to change up your sounds and give them a whole new perspective, check out “Modern Sound Design & Mix Techniques” today.
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Submitted 1 week ago
Give use more and go deeper
I've been using Logic about 20 years and still find little gems watching other pros explain their work. Chris does an awesome job of explaining the reasoning behind his choices and processes.
I belong to *website removed* and composed and submitted about 80 tracks in the past year. Some EDM, some orchestral, indie, rock, whatever the listing asks for. A few of my EDM tracks have been forwarded but frequently I get feedback that my synth sounds are dated and my production techniques not modern. Yet I use the latest synths and current sound banks so what the . . .
Anyway, Chris please do some more videos and dive deeper into advance production technique. You are awesome!
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Audio Engineer, Sound for Film/TV, Logic Pro
Submitted 5 months ago
should be titled an interesting adventure in what someone calls modern sound design
Response from Customer Service:
I'm sorry if you didn't learn anything from the series. I hope you didn't misinterpret the title and miss out on the techniques Chris had to offer. Sound design using electronics has been around for so long that our training has to be classified by era to avoid confusion. Early days/vintage, 90's (when a lot of sub genre sound and technique was booming, all the up to current or modern sound design.
The title isn't referring to a specific style or interpretation of music nor does it imply someones taste in a style. It's merely meant to separate sound design of the past from current techniques.
Submitted 5 months ago
Very well taught.
I am a: Semi-Pro, Musician, Producer, Pro Tools
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