Posts Tagged ‘Video Tutorials’

Hi guys, it’s Andre.

One annoying task for me was slicing files on grid. Jumping from grid mark to the next grid mark and creating one cut after another shortly becomes a pain, but today I found another method!

I’m now using Pro Tools daily for over two years and I never found this option before. It’s to cool to not share it with you, so I made this video in which I’ll explain how to slice regions easily with a few clicks.


(click the Vimeo symbol to watch the video in HD)

Hi guys, it’s Andre.

Modern Dance music lives from its fat basses. The most common one is the Saw Bass, a sound which is a must-have in the arsenal of every Dance Music Producer. Today, I’m going to show you how to create these Saw Basses with my favorite Synth Plugin, NI’s Massive.

Below’s a quick tutorial on how to create the most common bass in Dance music. Spice up your Loops with some Dance basses.

(Tip: for best quality, watch the video directly on Vimeo by pressing the Vimeo button)

Of course, there are several ways to create good saw basses. This is just one way to do it. Feel free to play around and change settings from my preset.

Cheers and have a great one.

YOU want more videos! You get it!

How can you improve your workflow in a few minutes? How can you learn from the industry leading imaging directors and production legends?

Just watch the videos below and learn stunning new features, awesome production tricks, get inspired and safe resources by checking out the 3 most inspiring ProTools tutorial videos, I watched on the web in the last weeks.. More new videos from Oli, Ryan and me coming shortly.

1.Matt Bauer about defining your own ProTools shortcuts :

2. Here’s a video from Graham, I found on the Avid Community site (by the way, a great place for connecting with other producers). Graham shows you how to use elastic pitch in Pro Tools to tweak vocals.

3. My Brendan Tacey’s all time favourite….massive New Years Countdown Sweeper! Check out theprodguy Classics:

Which video tutorial on our blog you liked most? Just let us know by clicking the like buttons in the Video Archive.