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15 Envato Music Kits for New Year Projects

If you’re not familiar with Envato’s Music Kits, read Eric Schwarz’s tutorial Why Envato Music Kits Are the Essential Audio Solution to Any Project. Why You Should be Using Music Kits Unlike the typical music item that is usually a fixed-length track, Music Kits are song tracks that have been . . . Read more

30 Most Useful Sound Effects

Whether you’re working on a YouTube video, a film, a game or some other multimedia project, great sound effects can bring a sense of realism, humour, and emotional intensity to your projects.   Happily, to get great sound effects, you don’t have to spend hours of precious time or money . . . Read more

The Pool Window in Cubase—Part 5

Organising Clips via Folder When recording files, all the clips that you record will be stored in the Audio files folder of the parent folder. You can move the clips that you recorded to various folders so that it’s easier for you to understand and locate the files easily.  You . . . Read more

A Guide for Creating Ableton Effect Racks

What You’ll Be Creating Introduction A couple of years ago I tried a lot of different VST effects for my music making process. I demoed plugins from major brands After some time, I discovered that Ableton can make Effect Racks with the stock plugins. To explore further possibilities, I turned . . . Read more

Faking Keyboard Parts on Guitar: Part 2

In the previous tutorial, Faking Keyboard Parts On Guitar: Part 1, I looked at adjusting guitar technique in order to recreate keyboard parts, as well as considerations of appropriate chord structures. Having sorted out the playing, I now turn attention to the hardware you need to employ to sound authentic. . . . Read more

How to Add Life to Your Instruments

Digital audio workstations give the music producer new ways write musical passages. All you need is a mouse or trackpad and you can program in notes for any instrument that you have on a computer.  While this convenient and inexpensive method of writing music is effective, it can leave music . . . Read more

Mastering for Vinyl

Some people say that a master for vinyl isn’t necessary. That a well mastered track will translate equally as well on CD, as it would to vinyl. I say that this simply isn’t true. There is no one-size-fits-all when mastering audio.   In my opinion, creating a complete master for . . . Read more

Choosing a Musical Scale for Your Ideas

Basics A scale is a set of musical notes ordered by fundamental frequency or pitch. A scale is usually ordered by increasing pitch and is called an ascending scale. Scales generally span a single octave. Scales help you understand music, how to solo, improvise, analyse chords, chord progressions and songs . . . Read more

15 Best Royalty-Free Cinematic Music Kits

No matter what kind of cinema project you’re working on, if you want to convey deep emotion, riveting drama or exciting action adventure pieces, you need to select the right kind of music. There is a plethora of amazing royalty-free cinematic music to be found at AudioJungle, but the cinematic . . . Read more