Ultrasone - the PROline are awesome as studio headphones.
for the studio - they're very neurtral but very very detailed. it's amazing.
it seems v.few folks have experience with this austrian phones, but esp, if your cercumstances requires a closed phone the pro 750s are well worth checking out.
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I've recently graduated from music college, studying guitar. I've always been a bit of a theory nerd, even before college. In general, i see a common desire amongst amateur producers everywhere towards bumpin up their theory game. Coming from a music college, with only bare beginners tutorials in DAWs (protools for recording, nothing on ableton) I am quite the opposite.
So, few questions, answer whichever ones you're arsed about:
How is everyone's theory knowledge? Anyone feel they need help? Is anyone else really into theory and love it to bits?
What is your opinion on music theory? IE-> will it truly benefit your production, or is it much of a muchness?
Are there any producers doing good music theory tutorials?
If you have learned theory, how did you go about it? --> do you have an instrument, did you get tutorials, etc.
Should demand be there, i might put together a few little theory hints aimed at producers. I'm begining to teach Ableton now in schools, and we're currently trying to adjust the secondary school (high school or w/e) curriculum to allow for music production. Should this go through, it'd be very exciting as producers will cross the boundary into being recognised as musicians (despite perhaps not being proficient in any specific instrument). However, with this comes a new challenge: teaching producers music theory of the same difficulty level as musicians, to allow for the standardised music test.
Anyways, thats pretty much why im quizzin. Whats in it for you? If i begin teaching teenagers music theory through production, i'll have a load of material to post up for anyone who wants theory lessons.
Cheers for giving me the time of day!
I tried the iconnect4 to link 2 pcs and an iPad, midi and audio between them which worked well. Haven't tried the maxforlive solution but his other max products are awesome so I think this one will be too
Man that software is AWESOME!! So cool! I'm definitely spending the 8$ on it, even if it turns out to be really buggy. I wanna see where they can bring this with a bit more time/cash.
Have you used the software before? How is it on CPU? This perfectly solves the question i presented- one guy creates an instruments, while sending the audio to computer 2. That user edits and mixes it. So efficient! How does it weigh up against the hardware options? They look a bit pricey, cus i'd probably want to be sending both midi and audio, thus costin me 700 beans :/
Thank you so much!
if you have to buy a new sound card, make sure you go to the forums of your old card support area and make it clear you will not be buying your new card from them.
Probably does little to help except make you feel a little better.
Had that issue with an m-audio 1814 which is a cracking card just no up to date drivers for windows 7 and later osx
The Tom Cosm & Jbam Kickstarter Sample Pack is a collection of carefully crafted high quality samples to help kick start your path to becoming a producer.
Whether you’re just starting to writing music on computers, or need a boost to fill out your current collection, we give you 2,975 “bread and butter” sounds to get you on your way.
The pack was created and compiled by Ableton certified trainer Tom Cosm, and hardware mastermind Jbam, with the vision of offering a comprehensive yet extremely affordable set of samples to give you the foundations you need to start producing straight away.Read more...
The Pro Toolkit is a collection of 19 tools that hack the way Ableton Live works.
This device allows you to control several parameters with a single knob, but only changing the parameters on the current armed track.
An example of how this would be used : Having the same effect on several tracks, with a knob controlling the same parameter for each effect, but only having the effect on the arm track being modified, allowing you to quickly switch where the knob is being sent.
For a more detailed explanation please watch the following video.Read more...
From the 26th until the 31st of December, yearly Pro Memberships are 50% off if you use the coupon code GIMMIE when checking out! That's a whole years worth of downloadable projects, HD tutorials, presets, patches and samples, as well as the entire archive of content that's already there. Click here to become a Pro Member or click here to find out more about what a Pro Membership gives you.Read more...
To celebrate my 10 year anniversary of performing live electronic music, I have uploaded my personal archive of live set recordings dating back to 2004.
This is the most extensive collection of my life’s work, with 27 set recordings combining to make a total of 29 hours, 59 minutes and58 seconds of pure original COSM material.
This is all for free, and you can go and check it now at the official website - cosm.audioRead more...
I've been having a great lot of fun with this new Serum VST synthesizer, so much so I've decided to upload the first 10 bass patches I made for Pro Members. Click here to downloadRead more...
Being able to make a fully-fledged song on nothing more than a consumer laptop and a decent pair of headphones is a truly amazing representation of how technology has progressed over the last two decades.
It’s cheaper, faster, and easier. The immense joy of musical creation is no longer a luxury reserved for those with money. Instead, it’s readily available for any person willing to dedicate the time and patience.
But this advancement and opportunity comes with a few caveats, one of which is that the music creation process in the eyes of a bedroom producer has been flipped upside down, chopped-up, and compressed into one holistic task.
Is this a bad thing? No. Not at first look, at least. Every producer has a different workflow, and in my opinion, anyone who stays in the game long enough climbs out of the ruts and moves past difficulties in that area.
Despite this, there is a problem that many developing bedroom producers encounter. The problem of frustration: not being able to finish tracks, taking too long to finish them, or trying to grasp at the enjoyment that you once felt when creating music. This sense of frustration generally has more than one cause, and this article probably won’t fix it, but it may help some of you.Read more...
This utility allows you to specify 16 individual points on the chain selector, allowing you to jump to that point with a single push of a MIDI assignable button.
There is also a previous/next button to move forward or back through your points.
You can also enter text for each preset, which will be displayed in a popup window so you always know which point is selected.Read more...
I've uploaded the entire Ableton Live project files for my two latest tunes, Chelsei's Sea Shells and Mind Gobbies. Here are video runthroughs of each of the two tunes.Read more...
Today I am releasing the beta version of Seepage, an additive style synthersizer/Max for Live patch that gives you control over the behaviour of individual harmonics.
It's available right now for Pro Members to download, play and give feedback on how the future versions should be made.Read more...