In this video tutorial Ski Oakenfull (Primaudial Records) emulates the bass sound from Julio Bashmore’s huge anthem from 2011 ‚Battle for Middle You‘ in Ableton Live’s Analog. Watch more free Ableton Live tutorials on our sample course page: www.pointblankonline.net Download this rack for free here: www.skioakenfull.com … Nice one Ski! Buy ‚Battle for Middle You‘ here: www.beatport.com
Jamming on the Roland D2 Groovebox. A minimal techno kinda-acid groove. www.myspace.com
DOWNLOAD HIP HOP HOUSE SAMPLES: primeloops.com – plus free hip hop music production tutorials, making house tips and tricks, and loads more! Sweeeet! DA SOUND OF BOUNCE If you’re looking for the chillout room, you’re definitely in the wrong place! Right now we’re on the mainfloor, electrifying and energising the atmosphere with one of the hardest hitting four-to-the-floor crossover sample packs on the market! Every good producer likes to find new flavours, so tonight we’re inventing „Da Sound Of Bounce“, a devastating combination of street-style hip-hop vibes colliding with banging electro-house tunage, guaranteeing an adrenalin feast for non-stop dancers from Miami to Berlin. This mainroom-ready collection is presented as a fully comprehensive sample pack, boasting a massive selection of sidechained and gated synth loops and patches, filtered and gritty electro basslines, pounding drum loops, perfectly prepared one-shot percussion, 50 dramatic FX samples and of course 30 full-fat vocals in the call-and-chant style. Slam these elements together to give an instant energy boost to your projects, finding your own „Sound Of Bounce“ from the infinite possibilities available. Each and every file in this sample pack has been triple quality checked and clearly named by instrument, tempo and key. The loops range from 125-140bpm, with the hype level permanently set to maximum, so you can find out what it would sound like if Timbaland was locked in a studio with David Guetta. You …
Jeff Mills live with Roland TR 909 @ We love Space on Sundays Ibiza 25.07.2010 0300 – 0700 Space Discoteca / Main Room
Howdy! For my next vid I thought I’d upload a new ten minute techno mix. The day before making this video, I went out to pick up a set of Technics 1210 Mk5G decks – absolute beasts! I got a total bargain on them, so they are hardly costing me anything once I sell the Vestax PDX-2000s that I used to use….always nice. The problem, though, has been getting used to the less torque that the Technics decks offer – while they are much nicer to mix on (especially the nice, tight pitch fader) they are definitely harder to adjust if something goes out – it’s good on a way as I get to put the hours in practicing again! Hope you enjoy the mix – it has some of the tracks that I am really hammering at the moment. For all you techno geeks there is an unreleased Alex Under on this mix too! Tracklisting: **Tracklist available on request!** All comments are warmly received! Thanks, Simon www.myspace.com beatport.com Facebook – Simon Stokes (Glasgow)
A bit of a minimal journey with Tek Kit for the iPad. Tek Kit consists of two step sequencers, a DJ Mixer and an effects unit. Video here is taken from the iPad version, but there is a nearly completed iPhone version that is soon to be released. This release is a cut down feature set of the full application which will be updated in the coming weeks and months. More effects, a larger sample library and extended playback functionality are in the pipeline, stay tuned. Available on the iPad App Store.
www.Ableton-Live-Tutorial.com I have created a 4-part effects masterclass for you. For FREE. I show you how to get one of THE best effects for FREE and then how to use it to do crazy things with your Ableton productions. My main focus is to get more people using Ableton as a live performance tool. I hate when people say that making tunes on the computer is not like playing an instrument. However for many people this is actually true. If you are guilty of creating your tracks by drag and drop you will never develop your skills. Plus you lose the enjoyment of actually having a hands on performance. All of this is purely my opinion. There are no rights or wrongs here. BUT when you get in the zone and knock out a great performance you will have far more chance of having your music noticed. This will help you stand out from the crowd. In this series you will learn how to create a bass instrument rack using Analog, one of Ableton’s instruments. This will allow you to have a platform for creating any instrument rack you wish. By the end of this 3 parter you will have a bass rack with 8 assigned macro controls that will give you plenty of hands-on control of your sounds. Remember to visit my website to get your effects masterclass training videos. You will be directed where to get an AMAZING FREE VST plugin and also learn how to use it to create effects racks to give you more hands on control.
Thanks for checking this out! This is part 4 of my new series of live techno videos. For this one, the track ended up being quite a bit harder and faster, but keeping the funk! This is the same setup as the last video, with the 909 providing all the sequencing and percussion and the Virus providing all the sounds (created from scratch, of course!). The mad IDM type noise you can hear from the start of the track is created by setting the decay of a sound right down while it runs on the 16ths. This is then fed through the Virus‘ awesome tape delay, and the feedback amount is set to above 100% so it feeds into itself. Tweaking the delay time then makes everything go mental, as you can hear! Hope you like it, all comments are warmly received. Please rate this video if you enjoy it – the last video quickly soared to the 35th top rated / most discussed music video on youtube – so thank you to everyone who rated / commented! If you have any questions, I’m always glad to help out. Thanks, Simon www.myspace.com/mrsimonstokes www.beatport.com/artist/simon%20stokes Facebook: Simon Stokes (Glasgow)
I produce under the name Nytel and this is a track entitled: City Lights. Ableton 6 You can check out my music on: myspace.com/nytel One trick I’ve learned is to turn down your vst’s about – 10db, record the vst into a separate audio channel, and then boost the audio file. No clicks or pops generated by vsts running hot. If you would like to check out what I’ve been producing lately please check out www.soundcloud.com
Martinez Seuil & Matthias Tanzmann – My 808 Gently Weeps