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  1. Function Loops has announced the release of Art of Progressive Psytrance, a new sample pack for all psytrance producers. The Art of Progressive Psytrance is a collection of 5 construction kits, delivering the most advanced sound of progressive psy today. The samples are recorded using top gear, both digital and analog. All the kits are key labeled, recorded at 138BPM. Each kit is packed with stems, loops, shots, MIDI files and some extra presets for Serum, Sylenth and Spire VSTi's. Video demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1PjcpvWlAK0 Price: $19.90
  2. Virtual DVD of the "Psychedelic Music Production WOrkshop with Cubase" in English given in Sonik Tec Academy Mumbai India. From beginner to advanced, writte a Psychedelic track from A to Z. You can get it here: http://www.twistedkala.com/#!music-tips/cjg9 http://www.twistedkala.com/#!kalashop/cfvg Here a free demo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=puJMdomGGJY
  3. Good Magical day. Produce a Psychedelic track from A to Z with Twisted Kala at Sonik Tec Academy Level 1 part 1 is now available here: http://www.twistedkala.com/#!music-tips/cjg9 2 hours of teatching psychedelic Music included: included: Main structure of a track in Cubase. Create, open a new project. Choose BPM. Create Short cuts (key commands). Import samples. Organize structure of the track. Use quantize. Kick in audio. Bass in midi. Effects in inserts: Equalization of Bass. Closed Hat. Equlization closed hat. Open hat. Install V.S.T Use V.S.T Instruments: Synth 1 synthetizer: Sound design in midi: Create audio sample (Record midi). Differents types of filters. Record automation on Synth. Assign LFO. Equalization synth. Bounce (export) midi files in audio files. Create short cut (key commands). Use of synth 1 syntheziser (explaination of oscillator, FM, Frequencies, LFO, Pitch, sound design). Mixe of a track finished. Pitch envelop process. Construction of a break in a track. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6FoGoffXoLs Enjoy the Twisted Magic!
  4. Just thought Id share a tip with you guys regarding delays. Sure using delays is an easy way to extend the decay/sustain of a sound, however it can also cause frequencies to overlap, messing with your db levels and balance. With many plugins you will have a cutoff knob which will filter out high frequencies on the delay making it fade out gradually. Still it would be uncontrolled. Music is organized sound, so having control of each element is key when producing digital music. You can quantize everything but your fx may still mess up the flow in the music. Rather than using delay plugins, you can cut up your sample into repetitive blocks, then automate the low-pass on the EQ to gradually fade out. You get many benefits from this. One: with the low-pass automation you can bring the high-end back at the end of the bar or in the middle, fully controlling the presence of the sound. You also get the option to high-pass or band-pass (automating the Q) Two: You can cut the repetitive blocks up into smaller parts through time ( 8th or 16th notes ) creating more interest. Three: Shifting the blocks around at the end of each 4 or 8 beats. This will give the impression that the sound has a delay but hey, it changes within the delay. Showing control and keeping it synchronized. With this you can also create rhythmic patterns, locked to the bpms. Four: Nothing overlaps, each block ends where the other one begins. Five: The delay can be as long as you want it to be, and end it without extra background delays which are inaudible. I use delay plugins as a preview and then break up the sound in synchronized blocks afterwards. Cheers guys
  5. Hi everybody, Here's the latest track I made, my first production in Cubase 7.5. Please have a listen! https://soundcloud.com/magixmx/w-w-unmastered All feedback is appreciated since I'm still new in music production. Thank you. Morten Wriedt
  6. Hi folks As a promoter of GoaTrance.pl label I officially invite you to listen to new live set of one of our artists and live acts SatanicElectro. http://soundcloud.com/satanicelectro-live/satanicelectro-set-18-06-2012 Boom, Dj Anais
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