macProVideo.com has released a new tutorial in their Outside The Box series. Electric Guitar Production features guitar tips and tricks from Israeli composer & producer Eyal Amir. Here's what macProVideo.com has to say...
Eyal Amir is back with a new song and new course. Collaborating with virtuoso guitarist Alon Tamir, Eyal takes you through all the innovative guitar techniques he used to produce his latest tune: Deal With It –which Eyal wrote specifically for this course!
See how to build solid rhythm tracks. Learn how different picking techniques can be used to create effective musical expression. Watch Eyal and Alon collaborate on creating overtones, melodies, arpeggios, solos and more while they explain their Outside The Box production techniques. Most of all, see how Eyal –in his imaginative way– weaves all of these various guitar sounds into an inspiring musical fabric!
One of the most interesting aspects in this course is how Eyal communicates and works out his ideas with his musicians relying on their expertise and musicality to achieve his musical goals!
Finally, you'll watch and learn as Eyal artfully processes the tracks with compression, EQ and delay to give them a solid place in the mix.
Be sure to check out all of Eyal Amir's Outside the Box courses in our ever-expanding Studio and Recording Techniques courses.
Pricing and Availability:
$25/mth USD Unlimited Library Access
$19.50 USD: Buy Now and View in HD
i doubt it's anything you can't find on youtube. Macprovideo parrots and regurgitates what's already available for free and charges for it. I suppose it's good for kids who don't know any better though so perhaps in that way their lackluster minuscule-info presentations serves some purpose. May these Canadians have continued success!
18-Jan-13 07:43 AM
This one is boring, zero new info, sorry !
18-Jan-13 09:05 AM
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