Ultimate Guide To Video Game Music

Ultimate Guide To Video Game Music

Ultimate Guide To Video Game Music

P2P | 28 November 2021 | 866 MB

Welcome to this comprehensive course on video game music. This course is mainly focused on all levels of musicians who want to learn video game music. It includes some unique topics that any other course has not offered. Learn the technics and ethics of game music. Learn to compose music for 8bit or Chiptune music, Mobile game music, Medieval or Renaissance type music, Fantasy music, Epic Orchestra music…

8-bit or Chiptune Music: Learn the technics and theories required to compose chiptune music. Chiptune music is a little different from regular music. Chiptune music was widely used in video games back in the day. Now it has become a trend to bring back the old retro sound to games. This course has covered the sound designing tutorials to emulate the sound of old video game music.

Puzzle-type game Music: This comprehensive course is designed in such a way that covers different types of game music for different types of games. You’ll learn how to compose music for small level games such as puzzle games, board games or word games, etc. You’ll learn how to make music for such types of small games having considered the memory space and other technical limitations.

Medieval or Renaissance Music: Medieval or Renaissance music is the oldest form of music that is still being used in video games. In this course, there is a section on how to compose medieval or renaissance music from scratch. You’ll learn the use of musical modes and how to make a melody using modes. There is a classification of all the instruments and how to use them in video game music.

Fantasy Music: A course without any explanation of fantasy music is not complete. Most video games use fantasy music because of the landscape that we see in games. This course has also covered the topic of how to compose fantasy music.

Epic Orchestra Music: You’ll also learn how to compose orchestra music. It covers what instruments to use and how to use to compose orchestra music. This includes orchestra music for action or war scenes or suspense scenes.

This is a crash course on video game music. There are no unnecessary topics added to make the course look bigger. All the topics that are included here are to the point and will not waste anyone’s time. Besides learning to compose game music, this course has offered a huge collection of audio samples, midi, project files that are absolutely free.

Anyone who enrolls in this course will have the access to the ‘Resource Folder’.

This includes :
•(a) Stems for all the music used in the tutorial.
•(b) Midi files for all the chords, chord progressions, and melodies.
•(c) Sample pack of drums, melodies, and sound fx for different genres of video game music that can be altered, modified for personal use.
•(d) PFD for links to download or view additional content.
•(e) Other downloadable content.

What you’ll learn:
•How to compose music for various genres of games.
•In-depth tutorial on sound design and how to compose chip-tune music.
•You’ll learn how to compose fantasy music. Briefly discussed how certain instruments are used to compose certain type of music.
•You’ll learn how to compose medieval or renaissance music using modes and medieval instruments.
•You’ll learn how to compose epic orchestra action music. Discussed how orchestration works.
•You’ll have the skills to approach any developer for game music.
•Necessary skills and mindset to work on the current video game infrastructure.

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How To Make Kick Ass Vocal FX TUTORiAL

How To Make Kick Ass Vocal FX TUTORiAL

How To Make Kick Ass Vocal FX

P2P | 28 November 2021 | 1.16 GB

If you think you can’t sing and there’s no point in using your voice on your tracks then think again because the King is back with a detailed look at how we can use a free sound source – your voice – to make some Kick Ass effects! From pitch-shifting, sampling, vocoding, time-stretching and more, this is a course that’ll inspire you to pick up a mic and start using your own voice in your tunes, even if it’s unrecognisable at the end! What’s more, it’ll be unique to your tunes and it may just be that hook or recognisable element that makes your track stand out above the rest. Matt’s here to prove that you don’t need the voice of an angel to get some epic outcomes! Check it out!

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How To Make Melodic Dubstep TUTORiAL

How To Make Melodic Dubstep TUTORiAL

How To Make Melodic Dubstep

P2P | 28 November 2021 | 5.45 GB

New epic ‘How To Make’ course where he recreates his recent melodic dubstep track ‘Goodbye’ featuring Micah Martin. Not for the faint-hearted, this is a multi-layered monster of a track with a build-up and drop that will give your CPU a wake-up call! However, the production skillz shares in this detailed six and a half hour course are priceless if you’re into bass music. From using massive orchestral drum hits and gritty basslines to melodic plucks, powerful leads and huge layered super-saws right through to vocal processing, mixing and mastering – this course has it all. Recreating a track of this size from scratch is no mean feat but totally nails it, so what are you waiting for? Dive in and check it out!

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Learn Massive X in One Week TUTORiAL

Learn Massive X in One Week TUTORiAL

Learn Massive X in One Week

FANTASTiC | 30 August 2021 | 289 MB

Well here’s a course for you! Learn the ins and outs of Massive X Synth by Native instruments today today! You will learn everything you can know about Massive x and be able to create your own sounds. I will go through all of massive x features, and enable you to know where everything is and what each function do. massive x is an outstanding synth , Easy routing, fantastic wavetable modes and so much more! Massive Packed with pre-built presets to choose from. I will teach you first everything about Massive x the fundamentals, then put everything into theory by creating advance sound design presets. (Bonus content which will be updated often “I want to teach you everything, and I want you to succeed in music. Even if you’re a hobbyist you get to learn to make Everything from scratch.”

In this course I will go through the following things:
•Interface Layout & The Basic functions
•Oscillators (dual oscillators and their wavetable modes along with a Third Oscillator using a insert effect
•Learn modulation sources (Performer, Lfos, Envelopes, Tracker, voice randomisation)
•Filter Types
•Phase Modulation

I will be including a large sum of sound design videos in the bonus section, by following along these videos you will be able to create your own presets from scratch. Learning the process of how producers create their own certain sounds for certain genres of music. I will update it weekly. I will also show you how to re-create the future bass style preset from my introduction from scratch which will also be on bonus content.

Bonus – Genres of sound Design I will be covering
•Dubstep (Growls, minimal, Riddim, Modern sounds)
•Drum & Bass (Old style Reece basses, De-tuned/weird basses)
•Trance (Plucks, arps, Psy-trance bass)
•House (Future House bass, Leads)
•Trap (808 Kicks made in massive x!)
•8-bit/Synthwave/Ambient Music (Lush pads, Drones, Even more arps)
•Future Bass
•FX (sweeps, Crashes, Risers)
•Learn how to create your own drums!
•At Some point i will eventually make track from scratch just by using Massive x and essential daw mixing tools.

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The Beginner Basics of Clipping using StandardClip TUTORiAL

The Beginner Basics of Clipping using StandardClip TUTORiAL

Clipping For Beginners

P2P | 31 August 2021 | 404 MB


The beginner basics of Clipping using StandardClip. This course covers the common Clipping features such as Saturation, audio meters, Oversampling, ceiling, and more. Learn how to shape your tone like a pro with this 13+ minute tutorial that breaks down everything you need to master your Clipping Plugins.

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Plugins VS Hardware TUTORiAL-DECiBEL

Plugins VS Hardware TUTORiAL-DECiBEL

Plugins VS Hardware

Team DECiBEL | 31 Aug 2021 | 499.0MB


Can you hear the difference between Plugins and Analog Hardware? This course is an Ear Training exercise with 3x Grammy Engineer comparing the sound quality of EQ, Compression, and Limiting in a Plugin vs Hardware A/B Test.

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Plugins VS Hardware TUTORiAL-DECiBEL

Making Samples Your Own TUTORiAL

Making Samples Your Own TUTORiAL

Making Samples Your Own

FANTASTiC | 29 October 2021 | 2.45 GB

With sampling techniques forming the basis of so much of today’s music, having a trusted sample collection to hand is a great way of speeding up your workflow and defining your sound. On this course from experienced producer and sound designer Seppa, you’ll learn an abundance of methods for modifying samples in various ways, to polish the sound or create completely unique textures of your own. The course begins by transforming a vocal sample into an atmospheric FX soundscape using parallel delay chains and spectral resonance, as well as a modified version that maintains more of the character of the original sample. A regular piano is then used as the source for a modulating, filtered lead, perfect for the intro or breakdown of a track. Seppa then builds an effects chain for processing various drum breaks, to tend to the dynamics, transients and spectral content, so they’re 100% ready for dropping into a track. On a more radical note, simple drum oneshots are run through multiple randomised devices to completely mix things up and produce endless captivating moments, ideal for making interesting fills and adding excitement to an arrangement.

There are also lessons on rhythm-mapping, where the dynamics of one sample are used to shape the frequencies of another, creating a DIY vocoder-style effect. Whether you’re looking to make the most of your samples, acquire some new inspiration for sound design without synthesisers, or improve your knowledge of audio effects processing, this course will deliver a wealth of techniques to up your game!

Module 1 – Introduction to the Course
Seppa introduces himself and then talks about the course goals and content.
Lesson 1 – Meet the Tutor – 01.03
Lesson 2 – About the Course – 06.13

Module 2 – Transforming a Vocal into an Atmosphere
Seppa shows how to turn a vocal into a deep and atmospheric soundscape using multi-layered delays, MIDI-controlled spectral resonance and dynamics control. He then makes a separate recording that preserves the original pitch and timbre of the vocal.
Lesson 1 – Making Vocal Atmos FX – 31.11
Lesson 2 – Straightening up the Vocal Textures – 08.58

Module 3 – Piano Manipulation
Some techniques for transforming a simple piano sample into a mutating, shimmering textural loop, ready to be dropped straight into the intro or breakdown of a track. Processes involve parallel enveloped filtering, vinyl distortion and modulating delay.

Module 4 – Processing Breaks
Seppa shares his mixing and FX processing methods for polishing and beefing up a number of live drum loops, with EQ, compression, gating and transient enhancement, to create instant breaks for adding to your personal sample library.

Module 5 – Applying a Rhythm from one Sample to Another
How to make a DIY vocoder-style effect by modulating one sample with another, to create a complex, rhythmically-shifting pad.

Module 6 – Making the Most of Oneshots
A guide to processing regular drum oneshots to create a diverse array of unique and captivating hits and FX to drop straight into your tracks. Both factory and 3rd-party devices are used, with multiple stages of M4L randomisation employed for maximum creative output.

Module 7 – Final Words
A few final comments from Seppa.

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Making Samples Your Own TUTORiAL
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Crash Course: Programming Drums in Logic Pro TUTORiAL

Crash Course: Programming Drums in Logic Pro TUTORiAL

Programming Drums in Logic Pro

HiDERA | 29 October 2021 | 180 MB

Studio expert presents comprehensive Logic Pro drum programming video tutorials! If you’ve always wanted to free yourself from the chains of pre-recorded loops and beats and get creative and specific with your drum tracks, this course is the one to watch. Sam takes you through the basics and continues on with more advanced features and functions, demonstrating different ideas and techniques in various musical context so you can hear them in action. These videos are for those new to the subject of drum programming. Sam welcomes you and begins by familiarizing you with some basic Logic features that will be essential throughout the course, including changing the tempo/time signature, creating timeline loops, and navigating the timeline. Then you’ll begin to build beats from scratch by clicking notes in the piano roll MIDI grid and manipulating them in various ways. Also explore the topics of choosing a software instrument, quantization, changing note velocity, applying “swing,” incorporating ghost notes, and more!

Next, explore Logic Pro’s step sequencer, in which you can program beats visually by clicking on boxes within a step grid. Learn to adjust the sequencer’s deeper features, including note velocity, note repeat, randomization, and chance.

Throughout the rest of the course, you’ll discover several more of Logic’s helpful features, including Drummer (a feature that uses AI to create a suitable drum track based on your input), Apple’s extensive loop library (how to edit them, create your own, and more) Drum Kit Designer and Drum Machine Designer (both of which enable the organization and manipulation of your samples and kits), the Ultrabeat Sampler (with its unique sound-design capabilities), and more!

To see exactly what’s contained in these in-depth Logic Pro drum programming tutorials, and how they’ll quickly get you “in the swing” of making your own beats that swing, see the individual Programming Drums in Logic Pro tutorial descriptions on this page. Learn to take your beats into your own hands … Watch “Crash Course – Programming Drums in Logic Pro” now!

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Understanding Reverb TUTORiAL

Understanding Reverb TUTORiAL

Understanding Reverb

HiDERA | 26 November 2021 | 1.53 GB

This week we’re looking at one of the most common effects used in our tracks as we give you the definitive course on Reverb. Over these nine videos, we go right back to basics looking at what reverb actually is, the different types available, along with the common controls you’ll find and how they can affect the sound before Protoculture shows us some examples and best practices when using this vital effect. This course will give you the skills to fully understand what’s happening when you apply reverb to a track and why you should choose certain reverbs over another to help you get the best sound in your mix. Essential viewing so check it out!

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Understanding Reverb TUTORiAL
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How To Make Outsider House TUTORiAL

How To Make Outsider House TUTORiAL

How To Make Outsider House

P2P | 26 November 2021 | 2.44 GB

Welcomes back Ableton guru for a new epic ‘How To Make’ course creating an ‘Outsider House’ track in the style of DJ Boring, Ross From Friends and Mall Grab. Starting from scratch and utilising mainly Ableton stock plugins, Paul builds the drum patterns, sound designs the synths and bass lines merging analogue and digital, and utilises a classic vocal sample while making subtle adjustments to each element to get that lo-fi gritty feel. Check it out!

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