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  • Binary
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    Joined: Jan 12th, 2009, 01:40
    Best Instructor Yet!! Congrats
    Congrats on the new spot Steve! I learned the advanced tools in Logic from your Core and Masters sets, and having gone through online courses and listening to other facilitators, I have to admit you are the most enjoyable, fun, and educational guy out there. I'm scoring for art films in my area (LA), and you definitely demystified all these things for me. I am currently half-way through your ES2 tutorial (just for the synthesis concepts), but learning a lot more that I thought (I'm seeing some ideas for Dubstep/IDM/Minimal...there goes the composing, lol) and it's never a dull moment. Thanks! Looking forward to the Sculpture and Ultrabeat vids!
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  • Binary
    Posts: 5
    Joined: Jan 12th, 2009, 01:40
    Re: Best Instructor Yet!! Congrats
    oops forgot the mention of Martin's Core and your Masters* Have to give credit where credit is due. But thank you very much for your advanced tutorials! They have provided a big spotlight. The ES2 doesn't have any tutorial as deep; they just brush across the basics of it.
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  • steveH
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    Joined: Oct 17th, 2006, 05:19
    Re: Best Instructor Yet!! Congrats
    Thanks!!! I will still be making Logic tutorials in my new position... I was thinking about doing an in-depth on the EFM1 ... Does this interest anybody?
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  • Binary
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    Joined: Jan 12th, 2009, 01:40
    Re: Best Instructor Yet!! Congrats
    I'm sure most of us welcome any tutorial you decide to publish. With that said, there are a plethora of "smaller" logic plugs that probably don't need a dedicated tutorial. Instead, what about a collective tutorial with a section covering each (the vocoder, and the synths under the ES2 for example). First part geography, in depth, next part tips and ideas. I know you run a TNT monthly, but I believe many new viewers would like the idea of a single tutorial covering the non premium instruments (maybe a couple of the non-obvious fx too).
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