Bringing the Unseen to the Scene

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Mirror Me (Zenon Rec.) Interview

DJ Story: Great Music! Are you using Ableton? Mirror Me (Zenon Rec.): Yep. All Ableton. Synthesizing, sampling and resampling. A minimalist approach. DJ Story: Any plugins? Mirror Me (Zenon Rec.): Oh yah. FM8, Sylenth, Massive, and many more. DJ Story: What did you use for the bass? Mirror Me (Zenon Rec.): I don't remember. Either Sylenth or UltraBass MX I think. DJ Story: What about that ...

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Future Bass Pads and Talking Bass with Xfer Serum

This is the first in a series of live streams I plan on doing. The focus will be on sound design, and in this episode, I create some future pads and talking bass techniques using Xfer Records' Serum. I hope you learn something. Follow me on social media to get updates about when I'll be streaming next.

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Keith McMillen QuNexus Review

The Keith McMillen QuNexus is a powerful and versatile midi controller. Each key has pitch bend, pressure sensitivity, velocity sensitivity and aftertouch. You can really use it to make your synth patches responsive and expressive. Channel rotation allows you to send midi data to multiple channels at once, so you can pitch bend or modulate them independently. You can also send CV (control value) to other synths or devices. The QuNexus has ...

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Psytrance Sound Design Using Ableton

by DJ Story This tutorial is for learning some basic sound design theory to get you started making custom psytrance sounds from scratch.  I can't stress enough how important it is to just dive in and start getting your hands dirty.  The more you get familiar with how the different wave forms sound at different qualities, octaves and frequencies the sooner you'll be able to whip up the sound in your head without ...

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World Music Sample Pack (Premium Edition) Vol. 1

Pro Samples proudly presents this comprehensive World Music sample collection offered by Antandra. It contains a wide variety of single-notes, articulations and phrases that can be arranged in endless rhythms and melodies. There are 28 beautifully recorded instruments from Africa, Australia, Asia, the Middle East, South America and Europe to bring your music to life. There are also atmospheric layers and dynamic drum hits and loops that give beats flavor and depth. If you enjoy world music, and ...

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Lennar Digital Released a 64bit Version of Sylenth1

Lennar Digital released a 64bit version of Sylenth1 today. It’s a free update for existing users, and it has a sexy new skin! I recently switched to using Ableton in…

World Music Sample Pack (Free Edition)

Antandra has compiled a free world music sample pack of exotic instruments. This pack is a preview of a premiere pack that is available now via Pro Samples. Inside the download, you will find…

How to Make a Beat in Ableton Live

In this video, I share a few straight forward techniques for beginning to intermediate Ableton Live users. One of the methods is specific to Ableton 9.5, but most of them…

LostinSound Released a FREE 45 Track Compilation!

LIS V/A 004 is the Spring compilation 4.19.15 for Bicycle Day. Featuring 45 free songs submitted by various artists to support the relaunch of LostinSound.org. The compilation is mind-blowing from…

5 Ways to Create Gated Patterns in Ableton 9

Gate Effect with Sidechaining Using the gate effect in Ableton Live, you can create interesting gated patterns to the beat by turning on sidechain, and selecting a rhythmic pattern to…

Not by Happenstance – Harmonic Resonance

Is there hope for healthy harmonious harmonic oscillation happening happily not by happenstance? All of matter (and therefore energy) can be expressed in either waves or particles. However, when speaking…