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Dash Glitch Psytrance Production Masterclass TUTORiAL screenshot
TUTORiAL | 14.72 GB
Who is this Masterclass for?

This Masterclass is designed for producers of all levels, there is a lot of extra information for those starting out, and enough ideas for the more advanced producers to get inspired.

What Is In This Masterclass?

- A PDF Guide to help you through the Masterclass
- 18 Video Tutorials (9+ hours or concise, edited tutorials)
- 20+ Vital Presets
- 15 Snap Heap Presets

How it's delivered?

You will receive a link to a PDF containing all the relevant information.
The course can be downloaded or watched within your browser

What is required?

The following items are not 100% essential; however, they will help
through any production journey.

- Monitors, Headphones or Both
- Computer, Audio Interface, and a DAW of choice.
- Vital Synthesizer Plugin (There are free and paid versions available)
- LFO tool Plugin (This is an essential plugin)
- A MIDI controller is optional but will help articulate notes and automation easier

Episode List:

01 - Intro, Basics Principles, Inspiration, Hook, and Theme
02 - Kick and Bass
03 - Basic Mixing Principles
04 - Percussion
05 - Stabs, Grids, and Atmospheres
06 - Arrangement and Sound FX
07 - Main Lead, Rhythms, and Melodies
08 - Transitions, Intros and Outros
09 - Refinements and Fine-Tuning
10 - Mixing Part 1
11 - Mixing Part 2
12 - Mixing Part 3
13 - Extra Mixing Tricks
14 - Self-Mastering
15 - Extra Synthesis Concepts
16 - Cubase Logical Editor and Macros
17 - Sound Fundamentals
18 - Extra Plugin Honorable Mentions




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comments

  Member 7.04.2020 126
+14
Great post , thanks
  Resident 26.01.2018 119
+38
i like his channel
  Member 23.08.2015 1 183
+97
Gr8 UL. Plz moa Psytrance stuff
  Member 2.10.2013 5 142
+98
The genre is dead :(
It was a decade , since I realized(after 15 years of organizing festivals, open-airs and partying,), that there's nothing more to expect from it. Actually, I realized it much earlier. Before that "escape", I attended open-airs for several years, but only if I played there.
Maybe I'm being overly snobbish, but I've always been annoyed by the outer wrapper of the psy movement as a cultural phenomenon...
Pseudo-"hippie", shouts about PLUR and, at the same time, for example, a fight over a dispute about a line-up (a drunken Ocelot I don't remember with whom specifically).
Since the early 00s, I preferred the sound of Demon Tea Rec., early South African scene, Parvati. But most of all I gravitated to the sound of Midimiliz(Spirallanz), X-Dream, The Delta & co,, Boshke Beats(!!!) I was told that this is a dead-end branch.)
Well, what we see is that Midimiliz, constantly evolving, created Extrawelt and deservedly took the place of the luminaries of the electronic scene outside of one specific genre. But most of the "artists" continue to rivet generic psy-trance, the same as 15 years ago.
There were a lot of interesting things at the turn of the 2000s, for example, psy-breaks was born in 97-99 and died soon after, I recommend to anyone who doesn't know what I'm talking about to listen to VA - Iconoblast (1997) from Symbiosis Records.
Yes, there were and still are original musicians, for example Vasya Psychovsky, Nikita Tselovalnikov (Penta) or some representatives of Twisted Forest Sound. Psy-prog has turned from a deep minimalistic hypnotism into chewing gum. And the unique sound (no kidding) of Sensient has become the same type of mainstream. It has come to the point that the zenonesque sub-genre is now called psy-techno.)))
I do not claim that my opinion is the ultimate truth. But I see it that way. Cheers!
  Member 2.06.2017 113
+31
Anyway, the fact you've listened to that kind of music for 20 years doesn't mean stuff like psy-tech has no right to exist today.

Music is constantly evolving, and so are ears.
» In the beginning, there was Jack, and Jack had a groove.. «
  Member 2.10.2013 5 142
+98
Of course not! Don't get me wrong.
I am sad that the musical style, which, at one time, thanks to a creative and experimental approach that went beyond the patterns of old GOA and had all the prerequisites for development, slipped into the mainstream, even more alternative sub-genres, for the most part, came to the same. Not the best transformation with trance happened. It's as if EBM has turned into EDM. But it has the right to live, just like any other music. Yes, I am annoyed by all this pseudo-religiously mystical crap. I respect representatives of all religions, but fluorescent Ganesha on T-shirts is vulgarit. Or this "hat", for example, which resembles me the story of the famous portrait of Guevara(I'm not a fan of him, but the analogy is clear) by Alberto Korda , monetized by a society that he despised).
I'm grumbling too much, and I probably shouldn't have written all this, my ego mistakenly(I suppose), decided that it might be interesting to someone.

P.S. don't understand why they call zenonesque psy-prog trace psy-techno. I attribute this only to the fact that techno has regained popularity over the past 10 years) Which is confirmed by the release of courses from Zenon musicians) I love ZR too, by the way.
Here is the real Psy-techno & the second example
And this is an example of the former psy-trance diversity)
  Member 11.09.2015 1 57
+37
99% of the so called psytrance tracks are having the same bass, same drums, same modulations, same sam same, totally boring.......i remember old platipus label etc.
last night an oscillator saved my life
  Member 21.03.2014 20
+1
Could be... my task is to dive in and perhaps to come out with new ideas for other genres. I like masterclasses from genres, I'm not very familiar with ;-)
  Member 19.11.2014 9 214
+153
Is Vasya Psychovsky a "musician"? lol!
  Member 2.10.2013 5 142
+98
I smiled myself when I identified him as a musician)
  Member 22.10.2021 3
0
this is nice. can someone with the parvati classes please send them innn
  Member 2.10.2013 5 142
+98
It would be muuuch more interesting in terms of sound design)
But this one is not bad as a starting point for novice.

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