Ableton allows you to build grooves in a way no other DAW will.
2007: Returned Kit list: Apple Mac G5, Garageband, Reason 4, Logic Pro, Korg Triton Eagle-eyed readers of the previous part of this series will have spotted a somewhat seismic gap in the noted period. Eleven years to be exact, for those too lazy to check. If truth be told, I continued to make music between … Continue reading A history of bedroom production – Part 3
Yes, for $149 you can become a bedroom BT.
Hip Hop producers will love it and will be able to create sparkling productions completely within Maschine itself, with no need to switch to a DAW. Me? Not quite so simple, unfortunately.
Thanks to http://www.acapellas4u.co.uk/ I've been experimenting with some acapellas recently, following a glut of writers block. They've helped immensely and I'd recommend the site to any producers similarly struggling with sources of inspiration. Anyway, here's what happened when Jay Z met a lesser known Stevie Wonder track:
Few electronic music genres fail to benefit from the pumping, sucking sound of side chain compression, yet it is one of those effects which many new producers struggle to get to grips with
This week, I've been experimenting with the EVOC20 Logic vocoder, mastering and, for the first time ever, some harmonies. From my own mouth. Sorry. For those interested, this track features elements of 'I Can't Wait' by 'New Shooz'.
Something to hopefully cool you down this warm August evening (unless you're reading this in December, which is quite possible): Includes a nice dab of Omnisphere for any gear heads listening...
Hey presto - your CPU can breath a sigh of relief and you can still garnish your tracks with noises God makes when he's rearranging furniture.
...it beats having thirty-six programs open and transporting one 3gb WAV file between them all in various different stages of transformation.