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One eye-opening revelation in the quest for tone happening to me back in the early ’90s: I was playing with a relatively popular Boston-based band called the Heavy Metal Horns.
Let’s talk about attack devices, or ways to get a string moving. I know it sounds too simple to be true, but this one post might be the difference between you and your signature sound!
Thaddeus Hogarth shares his thoughts on achieving your signature tone on electric guitar.
Guitarists might read three different types of notation. Each has its strengths.
“How do I tempo change a loop in Pro Tools?” This is a common question and the answer is, “There are lots of ways.”
Berklee Online music production instructor Erik Hawkins explains how to improve your sampler skills, with advice from his “Producing Music with Reason” course.
By grasping the concept of velocity layers in a sampler you will be able to better use and more easily create your own dynamic and exciting sampler patches.
Learn about the old school function of virtue tracks, and how to apply it to music production today.
When it comes time for students to mix their final class projects, a common question I hear is, “Should I put the EQ before or after the compressor? Which way is correct?”
There’s a saying, “Copying is the highest form of flattery.” Copying is also one of the best ways to hone your production skills.