Learn To Produce Dubstep

macProVideo.com release new video tutorials for Logic and Reason      17/02/12
Learn To Produce Dubstep


macProVideo.com has released two new dubstep video tutorials - Logic 409 Dubstep Essentials and Reason 6 403 Designing Dubstep: Beat by Beat.Here's the details in their own words...
Logic 409 Dubstep Essentials
MPV trainer Nigel Broad is back with another great electronic dance music exploration, Dubstep Essentials . Join Nigel as he takes you under his wing while he creates a full-blown Dubstep track from Drum and Bass to final mix... Dubstep is an exciting style of music that lends itself to a lot of creativity and the powerful use of plugins and virtual instruments of all kinds. Nigel Broad, a chart-topping dance producer, knows a thing or two about Dubstep and in this Logic tutorial he creates a full-blown Dubstep track, starting with the drum programming and evolving all the way through the final mix.
This 25-video class starts off with Logic's mighty Ultrabeat drum machine, where you'll learn to set up, program and tweak a killer Dubstep drum beat. Nigel is the ultimate Ultrabeat and Logic master and shares his hit-making tips throughout this tutorial.
What's a Dubstep track without a Wobble bass? Using the ES 2, Massive and RAZOR, Nigel shows you how to create a composite bass line that will blow you away! Next he conjures up some cool pads, leads and SFX that really make the track shine. Finally, Nigel wraps it up by talking about song structure before he mixes and masters his custom track. Reason 6 403 Designing Dubstep: Beat by Beat
In this latest Reason 6 tutorial, Dubstep producer Hollin Jones takes you on a journey from the first note to the final master. Learn how to produce a Dubstep track in Reason!
How often do you get to watch a Master at work? In this tutorial you're in the virtual studio with Dubstep producer Hollin Jones where you'll witness the creation of an electronic dance masterpiece using Reason 6. This adventure begins with Hollin exploring ideas as he looks for inspiration from the tempo and the beats. Watch as he experiments with different loops and patterns and builds the rhythmic foundation of his Dubstep composition.
From there he moves on to the melodic part of the production process. This is where you'll learn all about bass sequencing including Hollin's take on creating the infamous Wobble Bass sound. Next he'll add some piano, do some automation editing, and create some guitar tracks enhanced with FX. The section that follows is all about adding those all-important sonic flourishes that become the glue holding the composition together.
This whole adventure comes to a musical climax as you sit right next to Hollin while he mixes and masters his newly-born Dubstep track. So if you want to learn all about Dubstep and get an education in track production in the process, this tutorial will get you there!
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6 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
NJ    Said...

Next tutorial: how to wipe your ass without help...

17-Feb-12 09:57 AM


:oP    Said...

Next tutorial: how to be a cynical online poster... (guess your already got the beta version of that one NJ)

18-Feb-12 12:02 AM


Wildman    Said...

Next Tutorial: How to restrict free speech by trying to embarrass the cynical online poster.

18-Feb-12 04:09 AM


NQU7Y    Said...

for the lolz

19-Feb-12 07:19 AM


Ghandi    Said...

This is where it's at, dub step tutorial essentials for PHREE!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efcjU4tV3yM&lc=ZQmEQFL1EwIhCfg67LGqo1IQBzdkArhzDK7XhWCOXUM&context=C379f542ADOEgsToPDskLD2e3C-6FUx1bP9sy-CmI5

22-Feb-12 03:33 AM


NJ    Said...

:oP :

If you really need a tutorial to make dubstep, you definitely need this one:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJCZOvjmBIA

22-Feb-12 05:30 AM


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