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Sound Design And Synthesis Tutorials

How To Run 32 Bit Plugins On Logic Pro X [JBridge, Metaplugin, 32 Lives]

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     If you're a Logic Pro X user like me, you're frustrated with the fact that you can't use 32 bit plugins, like Sylenth. I understand why Apple wants to hold the DAW to higher audio standards, but I'm disappointed they didn't bundle a solution for users wanting to use 32 bit plugins. Logic Pro 9 came with this utility installed. Oh well. After doing some research and testing, I've found 2 solutions for producers wanting to use 32 bit plugins with Logic Pro X.

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Tuning Drum Samples Using Ultrabeat In Logic Pro X [Tutorial]

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     Drum programming is pretty tough as it is. Save yourself some time and effort with this tutorial on tuning your drum samples using Ultrabeat. Even though I created this tutorial using Logic Pro X, this feature works in older versions of Logic as well. 

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How To Make A Trap Subbass Using Sylenth1

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     Lennar Digital's Sylenth1 is a must have virtual synthesizer for beatmakers and producers worldwide. Sylenth's extremely user friendly interface simplifies the sound design process. I would strongly recommend it if you are interested in creating your own synthesizer presets.

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How To Design A Custom 808 With Maschine 2.0 Drumsynth

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    Native Instruments' flagship hardware and software provide sound designers with limitless possibilities for inspiration. Maschine 2.0 is one of their most powerful programs as this update includes a drum synthesizer. Maschine's user friendly interface makes it easy to design custom kicks, snares, hi hats, percs, and sound effects within the DAW. Today we will focus on creating 808 style kick drums with the Maschine Drumsynth

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Recording High Quality Vocal Tracks

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Important Tips On Recording Quality Vocals Artists like Jay-Z, Eminem, Kanye West, and Drake have the option to work with top producers, such as Grammy-nominated songwriter and mixer Ken Lewis, but for independent musicians recording vocals of their own, where do you begin? This article breaks down the process is for laying down vocals, from preparation to recording. Note: This is focusing on the recording process only – post-production, after vocals are recorded, is a completely different thing! About The Recording Process The recording process is when vocals are recorded… (duh, obviously haha) It’s really important to get your recording process...

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