In this 9 minute screencast we demonstrate Ableton 9’s Sampler instrument and how to use your voice as an oscilator to shape a waveform suitable for a kick drum. We use the pitch envelope, filter envelope, transposition and ADSR envelope to create and edit a kick drum from a few recorded words.
8 minute Screencast to show you how to set up Hyper Editor in Logic Pro 9 to allow step input beat creation, similar to Drum editor on Cubase or FLStudio step input for drums. If you just want a bullet point list of how to set it up skip to 5 minutes for a written list. I first saw this tip on the Sound On Sound website….
A short 6 minute screencast to demonstrate a technique of achieving a pitched curve effect to simulate the stopping of a vinyl record deck in Logic Pro 9
Short screencast demonstrating basic sequencing techniques in Logic Pro 9. This third video of 3 shows how to adjust volume and pan in the mixer element and how to insert effects on the channel strip including selecting a preset and adjusting wet and dry faders.
This screencast demonstrates basic sequencing techniques in Logic Pro 9. This is 2 of 3 videos showing cut, paste and copy techniques for regions and MIDI notes and how to browse MIDI and audio loops using Media library. It also shows how to load MIDI instruments.
First of 3 screencasts showing basic sequencing techniques in logic Pro 9 – First video shows different ways to input MIDI, including real time input, step input and clicking notes in with a mouse.
This 15 minute video shows how to create a simple filter sweeping pad in Ableton’s Operator Synth using Frequency Modulation, Pitch Envelopes, LFO’s and Auto Filter.