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Sonic Academy Understanding Sampling with Protoculture TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE screenshot
SYNTHiC4TE | August 23 2019 | 1.98 GB
This week we are joined once again by Nate Raubenheimer aka Protoculture and Shadow Chronicles for an in-depth look at the world of sampling.

This 3-hour course will help you get to grips with setting up a template in your DAW for adding multiple samples so you can get accurate and realistic results when mapping them across your keyboard.
From different notes and different velocity strikes of percussion or strings to round robins Nate shows the importance of taking your time in getting everything set up correctly so your workflow is super smooth going forward achieving realistic and playable results.

Once your samples are mapped this is where the fun begins as we add modulation, effects and play the samples through different engines to manipulate our sounds into endless possibilities of sound design.
We finish off the course with some awesome practical examples from changing a simple piano sample into an evolving pad, creating an easy vocoder effect in Kontakt to slicing up a musical groove and creating randomised beats.

This course is for all abilities with something for everyone so definitely one to check out!




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  Resident 30.10.2015 8 297
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all tutorials of Protoculture and Shadow Chronicles are great.
  Member 3.08.2017 88
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I love Protocultures' tutorials. The first choice if you are looking for Cubase Pro based courses in the electronic music realm.
  Member 14.06.2017 35
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Good to see UVI Falcon here.

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