– EDM Production Techniques: Drums [Tutorial, ENG]

By | April 20, 2019


Year of release : 2014
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By J. Scott Giaquinta
Duration : 01:47:26
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English

Description : In this course, author J. Scott Giaquinta will show his methods for producing electronic dance music, which he used in producing remixes with such artists as Madonna, Seal, David Bowie, Paul Oakenfold and Johnny Cash. He will focus on the sound of the drums, demonstrating his technique of leering barrels and snare samples, compressing sounds, using drum loops, adding a sense of human play and groove, creating shock transitions, using effects and automation, and other methods of mixing drums.
This course is based on Ableton Live and Battery sampler sampler from Native Instruments, but you can use these methods in any DAW you choose.
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You can use the battery life sampler for your choice.

Introduction 2m 7s
Welcome 1m 2s
Using the exercise files 1m 5s
1. Drums 1h 44m
Choosing sounds for your kick 1m 54s
Shaping your kick 9m 24s
Choosing sounds for your snare 1m 40s
Shaping your snare 7m 47s
Programming in the Arrange page 8m 32s
Working with drum loops in Drum Rack 3m 8s
Working with drum loops in Battery 4m 25s
Bussing drums for group processing 7m 34s
Finding unique sources for drums 6m 1s
Adding a human feel and / or groove 6m 31s
14m 31s creating transitions with drum fills and tape stops
Drum Rack and the Arrange page 4m 43s
Working with clip-based automation 2m 3s
Creating reversed sounds and effects 3m 25s
Creating time-expansion glitch effects 7m 41s
Bang effects 1m 47s
EDM drum-mixing techniques 10m 21s
Through the mix 2m 58s
Conclusion 41s
Next steps 41s

Example files : present
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 15.000 fps, 231 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 48.0 KHz ,, ~ 160 Kbps, 2 channels



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