Groove3 Getting Creative with Your DAW TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE
SYNTHiC4TE | Oct 07 2019 | 445 MB
Gary Hiebner delivers cool "getting creative videos" when using your DAW! Learn all kinds of ways to make interesting new sounds and effects with any DAW. These creative DAW tutorials are perfect for those just starting out using any DAW, as well as for more intermediate DAW users.
Gary welcomes you and then starts with a video on how to turn your drum beat into a bass part, which is a great production trick for getting a tight rhythm section groove. He then shows you how to use sequencers and arpeggiators to compose melody lines and beats that you may not ever have thought of. Re-pitching your audio is then shown and you'll see how this is great for enhancing and alternating otherwise plain sounds, into ones with a lot of character.
Moving on, you'll see how to use MIDI chord effects & chord apps to help you come up with interesting new chord progressions, create stutter gated audio effects, use reverse effects for transitions, apply extreme time stretching to your audio for other worldly sounds, resampling audio through a sampler for more effect options, and create filtered telephone fx and robotic synth voices with pitch correction tools.
Throughout the rest of the DAW video tutorials, Gary shows you things like using sidechaing compression to produce pumping effects, using a sidechaining ducking effect via volume automation for complete control, layering sounds for impact, assigning knobs and faders on your MIDI controller to parameters within your DAW, morphing between sounds for wild effects, making lo-fi sounds for contrast, and much, much more.
To see what these getting creative DAW tutorials show you and how they'll help you make interesting new sounds and effects in your DAW, see the individual creative DAW tutorial descriptions on this page. If you're ready to explore a world of new sounds and production techniques, this collection of creative DAW videos are just for you... watch “Getting Creative with Your DAW" today!