FatGyver playing a sample-based boom bap beat on MPC Live 2.0.
Just taking a look and letting ya’ll see how it looks.
Peeping the midi notes, pad mixer, track mixer, a little automation lane, sample edit…
LATER EDIT: I dropped using Pro Tools for good and am now doing everything in Ableton Live.
Having been an Ableton Live user for so many years, I recently gave Pro Tools a shot. Why? I had heard a lot of good about it in terms of its editing and mixing capabilities; that’s my job and that’s what I do a lot on my freetime as well, so I wanted to check PT out.
I ended up liking it, and prior to writing this, I put an order in, which means I’ll definitely be using it alongside Live.
I felt it might be interesting to jot down points about the differences Continue reading Ableton Live “versus” Pro Tools→
This one’s been in the air for a while: to write about the plugins I use the most. I don’t have an absolute massive ton of plugs, and as I’ve become more experienced, I’ve tried to adapt the “less is more” and “learn a few tools inside out” philosophy with plugins, but I suppose still have/had a few too many “waiting to get used” (I actually ended up deleting a few while going thru the list, trying to pick the ones I’d write about).
For this one, I’ll concentrate on the effects Continue reading Badass plugins post→
Being a total music tech geek who’s reading Gearslutz and other related forums all the time when not busy making music, mastering it for clients or playing with plug-ins and DAWs, I thought it might be relevant to start writing about it a little. So here’s a little checkout of the Serum synth by Xfer Records. I won’t go into writing a comprehensive manual or a comparison, but just say how I felt about it. I know there’s numerous reviews out there, but I wanted to do one of my own just go get practice with writing a bit longer as I’m planning to write more for the blog.