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  • ekengrenben replied to the topic 'Are you new? Introduce yourself here!' in the forum.
    16 hours 22 minutes ago

    Ben Ekengren kc,mo,usa ...producing into second year and feel i have no to try different ideas to learn and play always pushing and changing genre style etc.. ..Mainly use ableton ... tom is god!!..huge inspiration from tom and really value his work.

    Masan Thanks guys! I appreciate it!
    1 year ago 2
  • Limoxuan replied to the topic 'where and how to improve (been producing 8 months)' in the forum.
    19 hours 36 minutes ago

    Holocron you can produce sound at the speed of light and the speed will not influence the depth or the quality of your tune. Maybe the focus on becoming a more adequate producer is about produce a polished track within an hour and mastering the polished track in another hour and then being "finished" and have something to upload that is of high quality and has been properly mastered and that is all fine and dandy but the speed is not the absolute focus in the project it is the conception that is the focus and that primary directive is navigating the internal frequencies of the sound and gaining a sense of independence with those frequencies in that there is no seperation from the frequency and the self in the sense that there is a oneness with the desired frequency and its continuity. Nihilus and Dr. Bishop both resonate on a level that is desirable for the need for sound and its healing properties.

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  • Scheimann created a new topic ' Glass Basement Blues (Preston's Theme)' in the forum.


    First time poster to this area :)
    I want to share a track I've made:

    I'm interested in making production music, 1-2min instrumental tracks that have minimal arrangement. You can read more about how I designed the instruments and sounds here:

    What do you think? Any thoughts on how the track be improved?


  • sKulpture created a new topic ' Help/Feedback on mixing and mastering.' in the forum.

    wuddup peeps!

    Looking for some Feedback and help with my tracks.

    I can never seem to get a consistent final mix. Another thing is random volume increases and decreases in sounds, is this due to over compression?

    Any way if you could have a listen to my tracks and lemmie know what ya think, that'd be awesome. Thanks.

  • loganblumenberg created a new topic ' Song Structure' in the forum.

    Love your tutorials Tom! You come up with great stuff and it gets me thinking in a different way. Plus you're funny as shit to listen too.

    One request on a video tutorial tho. Song Structure... I can create sounds/melodies/chord progressions/etc.etc. but for some reason when its all said and done I have trouble placing all the elements together and having it sound like a fluid song.

    I almost have trouble taking things away because I've become so attached to a certain sound or rift. haha

    anyway... CHEERS!

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  • Feyra Bass replied to the topic 'Big Gigantic - Get On Up (Sur-Ren Remix)' in the forum.
    2 days ago

    Nice! What a rocking remix! :woohoo: Great sax solo! Nothing beats recording your own live instruments.

    Seriously well mixed and mastered. Good luck in the competition!

  • kim.loco replied to the topic 'K-nizm ft. Anja Enerud & Lapette - Like a freak' in the forum.
    2 days ago

    wow.!.Thanks you guys a lot..good to hear i am getting better. :)
    The lsr305 is awesome,and they are not expensive either.Really money well spent.

  • kim.loco thanks user 'djeyemaster' in the forum message ' K-nizm ft. Anja Enerud & Lapette - Like a freak'.
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