The NLE AudioPedia series, our video-based audio encyclopedia, is an invaluable resource for sound engineers, musicians, students, educators and all audio enthusiasts. This seventh installment is about Editing and Signal Flow.
This next course in our exclusive Dance Music Sound Design series jumps right up to the top. It’s all about vocals. Multiplier AKA Adam Pollard is back with this “top line” course to show you some killer vocal tips!
One of the most important features of any great dance music track is the “top line” otherwise known as the “vocal line”. Watch legendary dance music producer, Danny Kirsch, create and produce his signature top line tracks in this in-action course.
Apple’s GarageBand has a lot of powerful features. It’s great for creating podcasts, scoring video, songwriting & dance music. It’s also an excellent teaching tool! Take this course to rapidly expand your GarageBand universe!
This 36-tutorial course takes you on a GarageBand songwriting journey. It begins on the iPad. It develops on the Mac and reaches final production as it moves up to Logic Pro X for the finishing touches. Come along for the ride!
Steinberg’s Cubase 7.5 is here and so is product specialist Matt Hepworth with his 32-tutorial course to show you how to implement all of the new features, tools and plugins. There’s no better way to learn Cubase. Check it out!
Produce stunning sounding vocals, VOs and special FX with iZotope’s powerful Nectar 2 plugin. This 44-tutorial course – designed by Matt Hepworth – is filled with tons of tips and tricks that’ll take your vocal tracks to the next level!
Ever want to get into a top producer’s head and see what makes him tick? In this course, Eyal Amir – with outstretched arms – welcomes you into his creative world as he imagines, sketches, develops and produces an amazing track right before your eyes.