The third video in the series. In this one i will show you how to create synths in Massive, Sylenth, and V-Station. They will all be dutchy portamento synths. I will post those up once i get 10 likes on this video 😀 yup just 10!!! Due to the audio messing up while doing the synths here are the 3 presets i promsed!! Free Free Free Moombahton Presets!!! 😀 www.mediafire.com You will need sylenth, massive or V-Station. ill work on a operator one soon! Thank You Like me on facebook www.facebook.com Follow me on twitter twitter.com Check out my sound cloud soundcloud.com
In this tutorial I show and explain how to use the loop feature in Live 8’s Sampler to create huge bass synths. Enjoy and Subscribe If you like what you see
Hey everyone in this part of the moombahton series i went through making the breakdown for the song and the second drop. I also used a new midi clip and combined our sylenth and vstation synths to create 2 layered sound! Please subscribe!!!! Like me on facebook www.facebook.com Follow me on twitter twitter.com Check out my sound cloud soundcloud.com
A tutorial for the kind of high pitched whoop synth you’d find in Zoology. hope you enjoy! The demo song will be up on my soundcloud channel as soon as I finish the revised version. the original can be found here: soundcloud.com
www.facebook.com www.craigwilliamsmusic.com http www.twitter.com In this video I show you how to make some great pad sounds.
Download Link: fileice.net This is the Full Version of the Game, this is a torrent that why the size of the file is not too much ;D Working 100% Sorry if you guys need to doo the survey : ( If you can’t do the Survey then just purchase a credit for 0.99 cents! INSTRUCTIONS 1. Install Ableton Live 8.2.2 by clicking on the application „Setup.exe“ 2. Once installation is completed, Ableton automatically starts up and begins to run, wait for the Authorization dialogue to appear, then click on „authorize later“ 3. Allow and Wait for it to finish installing „Live Pack Content“ 4. Once „Live Pack Content“ installation is completed, copy the „Live 8.2.2“ from the folder u downloaded (where u ran „Setup.exe“ from) into the installation folder which by default is C:Program Files (x86)AbletonLive 8.2.2Programs (unless u changed it to a different directory) 5. Double click on „Authorize822.auz“ from the folder u downloaded. 6. Close Ableton and re-open Ableton Live 8.2.2 in/from C:Program Files (x86)AbletonLive 8.2.2Programs (Or the directory where u installed it) 7. You will now see a pop-up message saying „You have successfully authorized. Thank you, and have fun! Max for Live is authorized but Max does not appear to be installed. Download Max.“ 8. Click „Download MAX“ button/link which will take u to ableton website. Download it from there if u want and install. (This is Optional) 9. Enjoy! If you need help or want me to add anything feel free to contact me 😉 For More Games …
NEW COVER (Daft Punk) www.youtube.com (Facebook: www.facebook.com Hey guys, I made this video to see if it was possible to play one of Skrillex’s songs 100% live, without any pre-recorded parts on the computer. And this is the result. Enjoy! Soundcloud: soundcloud.com MP3: www.mediafire.com Gear I used: Korg MicroKorg Korg Electribe MX-1 Korg Kaoss Pad 3 Yamaha MG124C Mixer NOTE: The only edit I made to this song in post-production was adding a bit of reverb. The purpose of these videos is to break the notion that all electronic music has to be performed by DJs with a set of turtables or Ableton controllers. Personally, I like the risk involved with this kind of performance; as it makes the reward all the more great! And now for a quick little bio for those of you who have read all this! My name is Ethan Dirks, and starting in late 2011 I started going by my performance name „Vox Atomic.“ I mostly produce electro, though I’ve been experimenting with a little dubstep lately. Recently, I’ve shifted my focus onto performing everything completely live(which is difficult but incredibly rewarding!) So stay tuned to this channel for a new song on a regular basis!
Read the complete article by Dubspot’s Pat Cupo and get more info here – bit.ly Once upon a time, in the not too distant past, I was building a drum track and decided to use Drum Rack. While programming my beat and tweaking controls I thought, „Man, I wish Simpler had some of those cool random options that Impulse has so I could use them in Drum Rack.“ Now, flashing back to the time when Drum Rack came out with Live 7, everyone (myself included) was like, „Yo, forget Impulse! Drum Rack is the stuff!“ Then began the war between die-hard Impulse fans and Drum Rack spearheads. But wait! Why should we have to choose? Why is it one or the other? Then I had an idea…
A short music video for the minimal track Our utopie by Ellen Allien. I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS OF THIS SONG ! NO COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT INTENDED. IN CASE OF BEING OFFENDED, PLEASE NOTIFY ME TO REMOVE THE VIDEO FROM MY ACCOUNT.
More info – bit.ly POP QUIZ! What do you call the white folder where all of your Ableton Live samples, instruments, etc. are located? Answer: The Live Library. Now, what do you call the section of Ableton’s website where you can purchase more instruments made by Ableton as well as Partner Instruments made by other companies to add to your Live Library? Answer: The Library. One of the newest Partner Instruments to arrive in the Library is Orchestral Essenble Essentials (OEE) made by ProjectSAM. The instrument comes as 31 preset Instrument Racks of professionally multisampled brass, woodwind and string sounds. If you’re looking for that old school (way old school) orchestra sound, or looking to take those classic sounds in a modern direction, don’t sleep on Orchestral Ensemble Essentials. In this video, we’ll go through the following: 1) The Sections of the Orchestra: Get familiar with the different sections of the orchestra that are included in Orchestral Ensemble Essentials, namely Brass, Woodwind and Strings. Learn how to achieve maximum realness with automating the „articulation“ macro. 2) That MIDI Sound: Ever hear that machine gun effect you get when programming the same sound the exact same way, over and over? Yeah, that sound. 3) Velocity Curves and Volume Envelopes: There are ways to break away from that MIDI sound with clever uses of velocity curves and volume envelopes. 4) What is Orchestration?: If you’re new to making music with orchestral instruments, then …