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Old August 25th, 2013, 01:37 PM
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Default Dubstep Courses On Ableton Live

Please give me the details of the Dubstep Courses with Ableton Live.
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Dubstep Course with Ableton Live is a course which will help you to learn how to produce Dubstep tracks to a professional sounding standard.
The course syllabus as per Audylab is given below:

Week 1: Essential Beatmaking Techniques

The Roots of Dubstep – Key producers, labels, etc
Using Drumrack. Insert FX and Processes
Building a Beat using clips
Warping Beats and extracting groove templates
Drum programing in Arrangement View
Beat Examples

Week 2: Bass

Bass sound design on Operator
Bass parts: sub-bass & midrange
Creating bass patches with Sampler
Using LFO & clip envelopes to create classic “wobble” bass on operator
Bass processing: Saturator / Auto Filter / Overdrive
Introduction to NI Massive
Bass examles[/one_half][one_half_last]

Week 3: Lead Sounds, Pads & FX

Classic dubstep leads and riffs on operator
Chords and sampled chord riffs
TCreating and recording riffs
Modulation: Chorus, Ensemble, Phaser, Flanger
Creating unique sound FX using Analog and Operator
Creating unique sound FX using Analog and Operator
Mapping to a Controller for Live modulation
Synth Examples

Week 4: Arrangement & Mixdown

Recording and editing vocals
Mixing for sound systems: Spectrum analysis
Advanced Mixdown tips
Compression and dynamic effects
Examples of sidechaining
Final mixdown
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Default Re: Dubstep Courses On Ableton Live

Dubstep Course with Ableton Live course is to learn that how to produce Dubstep tracks to a professional sounding standard. Using Ableton Live you will create a complete Dubstep track incorporating authentic drum sounds, bass patches, leads and effects.

Pro music producer offers essential tips, tricks and techniques to ensure your Dubstep tracks deliver maximum impact on a club soundsystem. After this course you will have a solid professional Dubstep track ready pound the dancefloors.

Their tutor will give you technical and creative advice on the areas of your tracks which may need some improvement. This course requires some knowledge of Ableton Live and basic desktop production experience.

Course Formats divided in to 4 modules and each module is covered per week. The course modules are provided above.


Now I am giving you details about Dubstep Production in Logic Pro by FracTroniX. It is an extensive set of tutorials takes you from the initial beat construction, right through to final mixing and mastering of a heavy Dubstep track, including numerous composition, arrangement and sound design techniques along the way.

FracTroniX, the producer behind the eclectic offer this course, bass-driven vibes of Metaphra and the upfront, experimental drum and bass of Defazed.

Module Details:

1. Module 1 - Introduction
Provide introduction to the Logic Project created and developed throughout the course, showing all of the components that make it up.

2. Module 2 - Sample Selection and Basic Sequencing
Lesson shows the various considerations when choosing different drum samples for a dubstep track, using a spectral analyser to help visualise each choice.

3. Module 3 - Adding Percussion, Fills, Reverse Samples and Balancing the Levels
Lesson fills out the drum break with some additional percussion sounds, showing how they're selected and sequenced.

4. Module 4 - Adding Effects and Creating a Submix
Lesson looks at how to process the individual drum tracks, largely with compression and EQ, to eliminate problems and improve the sound.

5. Module 5 - Creating Bass Patches with ES2
Lesson gives an overview of ES2, showing how it can be used to create some simple but fat-sounding bass patches on multiple tracks, including the reese bass, fat square and band-pass square.

6. Module 6 - Advanced Bass Patch Editing with ES2
Lesson gets more technical with each of the patches, setting up some interesting modulation of the filters and pitch, to provide even more variation to each of the bass sounds.

7. Module 7 - Sequencing the Bass
Module shows how the bassline is created by playing and drawing in MIDI regions for each of the bass parts and then editing them in various ways to create a gnarly sequence.

8. Module 8 - Mixing and Processing the Bass
Lesson teaches how to improve the mix, by making adjustments to the levels and frequencies in each bass part using EQ and sidechain compression, as well as closely examining the stereo width.

9. Module 9 - Working out the Structure and starting the Intro
Movie gives an overview of how the main drums and bass have evolved since the last lesson, then begins to work on the structure and main sections of the track, using Logic's marker strip to divide the bar ruler into segments.

10. Module 10 - Developing the Intro
Lesson shows how to construct the Intro for the track, by first creating a lead melody, and then making a pad patch, both with ES2.

11. Module 11 - More Intro development and creating the first Breakdown
Lesson beefs up the Intro with more melodic parts, which help add atmosphere and interest to the start of the track.

12. Module 12 - Finishing the Arrangement
Lesson bass parts are edited and resequenced to create some new variations to the main 16-bar groove, which incorporate different synths and accompaniment that lead up to the second Breakdown.

13. Module 13 - Adding Sub Bass Drops, Incidental Effects and Movement to Sweep FX
After going through the changes to the Logic Project made throughout the course, the lesson goes on to show how to make final improvements and adjustments to the arrangement.

14. Module 14 - More Sidechain Compression and Parameter Automation
Module covers how to further tweak the mix by adding sidechain compression to one or two parts, to help sounds become less flat and work more with each other.

15. Module 15 - Finishing the Mix
Lesson shows how to make final adjustments to the each track, to ensure the mix is exactly where it needs to be.

16. Module 16 - Mastering
Lesson shows how to master the final mix. Firstly, the submix tracks are saturated with an overdrive effect, and then a metering plug-in is used to view the waveform of the output mix.
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