All composers hear voices in their heads. But how do they get that inspiration out? In this course, electronic artist Brian Mitchell (Tallmen 785) reveals how he uses NI Maschine and Ableton Live to explode his music into the dance music world!
Brian’s journey has taken him from Jazz to Techno, from NYC to Berlin and now to sharing his advanced electronic musical knowledge with our members! There’s a lot to be learned form Brian Mitchel (A.K.A. Tallmen 785)...
Berlin-based electronic music artist Brian Mitchell –A.K.A. Tallmen 785– journeyed far and wide as he developed his original musical language. In this 23-tutorial Electronic Artists Revealed course, he opens the door to his studio sanctum and shows us his unique Maschine-driven workflow as he coaxes his sonic ideas into existence.
It's really inspiring to watch Brian when he's deep within his creative process. We see his ideas emerge. We watch as his inspiration and production techniques seamlessly interweave. It's evident that he thoroughly enjoys the process of producing his electronic music tracks and... he generously shares that process with us!
So dive into this Dance Music Masters course and Tallmen 785's electronic music world and experience an educational musical journey as he turns his inspiration into electronic reality.
I love the EAR series. Very inspirational. I don't have push or maschine, but there was still enough information and tips for me. It made me realize I don't need Maschine, I already have enough plugins and a very good Akai MPD32. I'm using that one way more often after watching this tutorial. Great tutorial!
Thomas Leer wrote on February 14, 2016
Excellent...! really good insight into using maschine with the studio controller... filled in a few gaps in my own knowledge... and thats saying a lot considering I've been using studio since it's release! I'm looking forward to another tutorial series from Brian,