Learn how to create growling Dubstep style wobble bass sounds using Native Instruments Massive. Thanks to Julian Beeza for sharing this tutorial.
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Layering sounds is a great way of adding fullness to your mix. DJ and music producer Jody Wisternoff recently created an Ableton Live song template available at BeatElite.com in which he used this layering technique to achieve a full bass sound. In this clip Mikiah from BeatElite.com breaks down Jody’s Ableton Live template to explain how he went about layering the multiple bass lines.
Learn how to:
1. Articulate bass riffs together to achieve playfulness and tonal character.
2. Layer sounds using simple EQ filtering and compression techniques.
3. Use groups for more control over the sounds in your mix.
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In this tutorial from Sounds And Gear learn how to integrate Propellerhead Reason as a sound module within Native Instruments Maschine.
In this interesting video from Microsoft Research learn how they are using the Doppler effect to sense gestures. The Doppler effect was proposed in 1842 in Prague, Italy by Christian Doppler and represents the change in frequency of a wave for an observer moving relative to the source of the wave.
The most common example of the Doppler effect is perceived when a vehicle sounding a horn or siren approaches, passes and recedes from the observer. The received frequency is perceived higher during the approach, identical at the instant of passing by, and lower as the vehicle recedes.
Source: Boing Boing
Ableton Live offers countless routing options enabling the user to easily devise complex sound layers and atmospheres. During an Ableton Live User Group hosted at Devotion, an Ableton Live Certified Training Center and gallery, New York based cellist and electronic musician Greg Heffernan presents how he uses creative routing techniques within Ableton Live to add and control layers of sampled sound during his live sets.