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  • Configuring Mid-Side Processing in Cubase 9.5


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    Mid-side processing is setup differently in different DAWs. Cubase requires some workarounds to configure the correct routing for Mid-Side processing, but it can offer a great mixing enhancement. This hands on lesson contains a demo project and demonstrates how to setup Mid-Side routing on your own.

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  • dbx DriveRack PA2 Custom Speaker and Amplifier Setup


    If your amplifier or amplifiers are not listed in the DriveRack PA2's Setup Wizard, this video will show you how to manually optimize your gain structure. Here is the link to the additional Gain Structure Setup video mentioned in this video:

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  • dbx DriveRack® PA2 Wizard Setup Video


    This video details the process for running the dbx DriveRack PA2 Wizards. The DriveRack PA2's Wizards walk you through the configuration process with simple, step-by-step instructions, making it easy to configure the PA2 for your amplifiers, speakers and venue.

    It covers:
    Setup Wizard functions - which consist of Input Setup, GEQ (Graphic EQ) Setup and Speaker/Amp Setup.

    Input Setup - allows you to select your input configuration between mono and stereo.

    GEQ (Graphic EQ) Setup - allows you to select your GEQ configuration between dual mono and stereo linked.

    Speaker/Amp Setup - allows you to select your speakers and/or amplifiers so the PA2 can optimize its settings for your particular system components.

    AutoEQ/Level Assist Wizard - helps you balance the left/right speaker levels, the low/mid/high speaker levels (for 2-way and 3-way systems) and automatically equalizes the speakers to the current room environment.

    AFS (Advanced Feedback Suppression) Wizard - walks you through the process of ringing out your system to provide higher system gain before feedback.

  • How to Use Mid/Side in Mixing and Mastering


    This is the recording of the live masterclass held on September 28th on the topic of Mid/Side in mixing and mastering.

    Find out what Mid/Side is and how to employ it at its best for your mixing and mastering situations.

    Study with us! Book your private 101 online masterclass!

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  • How to use Hardware in Mid Side


    My way of using hardware in mid/side thanks to the free Voxengo MSED mid/side encoder/decoder :

    Solid State Logic (SSL) AWS 900 as analog desk.
    Burl Bomber B2 ADC
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  • Mixing with Mid Side Processing!?


    If you've ever wondered what mid/side processing is on your plugins, this video will explain and also show you how it can be extremely useful in your mixing and production work.


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  • Mixing Live Sound


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    Introduction to Live Sound
    Course Outline
    What is a sound system made up of?
    What is the role of a live sound engineer?
    (mediator between artistic and engineering worlds)


    What is Sound?
    Understanding Levels
    Understanding Frequency Spectrum
    Understanding Acoustics


    Can you design it yourself?
    (Music Store vs. Professional Designers)
    Choosing a Vendor
    Overview of Equipment
    Mixing Consoles
    Wireless Systems


    Input Types
    Mic Selection/Placement
    Monitor Placement
    Front of House Speaker Placement (Delays)


    Input Channel
    Aux Sends
    Using Effects
    Monitor Mixes
    Advanced Applications


    What kinds of problems will you have?
    Understanding Signal Flow
    Troubleshooting Logic
    Line Checks
    Wireless Systems
    Feedback Issues
    Sound Checks


    Breakdown of the tools available
    Blending Levels
    Using EQ
    Controlling Dynamics
    Using Effects
    Monitor Mixes




  • How To Setup A Drum Set! - Tips & Tricks - Behind My Setup


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  • Mid-Side Audio Processing With Studio One 4.5 Artist - Tutorial





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  • How to use MID-SIDE processing on Reverb


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    The focus of this show is to give you a inside look into my production process as well as go over various production tips and tricks.

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  • Understanding and Setting Up an External Audio Interface


    In this video, I cover a more general music production topic: external audio interfaces. After explaining how they work, I talk about why they are beneficial to Maschine users, as well as how to set one up with the Maschine software.

    External audio interfaces connect to your computer and take care of analog/digital conversion. This allows inputs (mics, turntable, etc) to be recorded and outputs (speakers, headphones) to be heard. The interface also hosts a variety of connections that aren't found on a basic computer sound card. These connections, including XLR, 1/4, and MIDI, open up countless possibilities.

    Although an external interface isn't a necessity, it makes the recording and playback processes much easier and more stable. If you're really into sampling, an interface will let you record vinyls, microphones, and other sources with ease. Plus, the higher-quality preamps with Phantom power will let you use high-quality microphones for recording instruments, vocals, or anything else.

    Setting up the interface is as easy as opening up the Audio and MIDI Settings tab within Maschine. Here, you can select your device, change buffer sizes and sample rates, and assign inputs and outputs.

    Thanks for watching! More Maschine videos coming soon.

  • Tuto #81 Le MID SIDE


    Dans cette video, je vous explique ce qu'est le Mid-Side et son utilité par l'exemple ! A utiliser pendant la phase du Mastering !...

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  • String Height Action | How To Setup Your Electric Guitar 3/10 with Charlie Chandler


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    In this ten part series we look at all the steps you need to take to setup your electric guitar with Master Guitar Technician, Charlie Chandler. In this first video we look at doing a basic condition report and assessing what might be done. We use 'the cheapest electric guitar on amazon' and we end up with something pretty cool!

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  • FREE Voxengo MSED mid-side tool, pan, stereo expander


    This plugin can do the same and more than other paid plugins like Propane for example... The only problem is the extremely ugly GUI...for a plugin anyways.
    If Voxengo hired an imaginative graphic designer (without exaggerations, not like in the latest Waves plugins) there would be a bit of a cult around their plugins!

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    MSED is a professional audio encoder-decoder AAX, AU and VST plugin for mid-side processing which is able to encode (split) the incoming stereo signal into two components: mid-side pair, and vice versa: decode mid-side signal pair into stereo signal.

    MSED is also able to work in the “inline” mode with the ability to adjust mid and side channels’ gain and panning without the need of using two plugin instances in sequence.

    MSED can be used to flip the phase of the mid and side channels by 180 degrees, and swap the stereo channels, and to extract the mid or side channel.

    MSED features the “plasma” vector scope, stereo correlation and balance meters which make it easier to monitor the stereo information present in the audio signal.


    Mid-side encoder
    Mid-side decoder
    Mid-side stereo widener
    Stereo channels swapper
    180-degree channel phase flipper
    Stereo correlation and balance meter


  • How to Sync Lighting to Your Live Show


    Here is a tutorial on how to sync lighting in your live show. We know that well-synchronized lighting can take your live show to a new level — chaotic lighting can clear the room in a hurry. Mitch Gallagher shares advice on using a DMX interface to control your lighting show from DAW software running on a laptop.

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  • Mid-Side Recording for Fingerstyle Guitar - Doug Young


    A demo and discussion about the Mid-Side technique for recording, applied to solo instrumental guitar. For more info on mid-side, see the AES Paper by Wes Dooley:

    Or here:

    This DPA University article also does a great job of explaining it:

  • Ardour - Configuring a MIDI controller for note input


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    Cadence used for managing Jack and Catia used for patching Jack software together.

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  • How to setup Flux Studio Session Analyzer to use with your DAW


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    I found myself struggling to understand this simple process so I decided to share my findings. Flux Studio Session Analyzer is FREE for Focusrite users during January 2017. Check out your Focusrite account and Plugin Collective!


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  • FL Studio 12: How To Assign Your Midi Drum Pad To FPC | #CURTorials


    This FL Studio 12 Tutorial will show you how to setup your midi drum pad using a plugin called FPC. Drum Pads are generally used by FL Studio Hip Hop Producers whom wish to have a better control over their drum kit sounds. This tutorial will help FL Studio Beginners who may have just purchased their first midi keyboard and are eager to get started. - Curtiss King | CURTorials



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  • Learn Live 10: Configuring your audio ins and outs


    How to configure your audio inputs and outputs in Ableton Live 10.

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  • What is a Crossover and How Does it Affect Speaker Configuration?


    Have you ever wondered what we mean when we talk about speaker configuration and crossover frequencies? As part of the Fluance Ultimate Guide to Home Theater , we will take you through the difference between a 2-way and 3-way speaker, and which one is better. We also explain what is a crossover frequency, and why it is a crucial element of multi-driver speakers.

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    When we talk about speaker configuration and speaker crossover design, we are talking about the number and type of drivers that a speaker has. Drivers are generally classified according to the frequency range of sounds they reproduce. Woofers play low frequencies, tweeters play high frequencies and midrange drivers play frequencies between these two extremes.

    The most common configurations in modern speakers are 2-way and 3-way configurations, which indicate the number of drivers the speaker has. A 2-way speaker has a woofer and tweeter, whereas a 3-way crossover for speakers controls a woofer, tweeter, and midrange driver. In the case of our signature series floor standing speakers, there are two woofers, in this 3-way configuration. A subwoofer typically only has one driver.

    The reason that speakers have multiple drivers is that speaker drivers perform optimally only within a certain range of frequencies. For example, low frequencies require the driver to move a lot of air slowly, so the driver needs to be larger. However, high frequencies require the driver to move small quantities of air quickly, which requires a small driver.

    It’s natural to assume that a 3-way speaker is better than a 2-way speaker because it has an extra driver, but the truth is more complex. A 2-way speaker only requires a single crossover frequency. Sounds above this frequency are sent to the tweeter, while sounds below this frequency are sent to the woofer.

    In a 3-way speaker, the designer must use two different crossover frequencies, one between the woofer and midrange, and another between the midrange and tweeter. This means more parts, and more cost, so sometimes a 2-way speaker might sound better than a 3-way speaker in the same price range.

    What is a crossover frequency

    Each driver in a speaker should only receive the frequencies that it’s able to handle better than the other drivers. The crossover frequency is the frequency at which one driver hands off to the other. Think of it like the speaker telling the drivers: 2.5kHz is our crossover point. Woofer: you handle everything below that, Tweeter, you take everything above that.

    The crossover frequency is set by the speaker maker, and it is a very critical decision - especially in multi-driver speakers. Poorly chosen crossover frequencies are one of the most common reasons that speakers of otherwise high quality don’t sound as good as they should.

  • M/S & L/R routing in Cubase 9.5


  • TUTOS EN FRANCAIS utilisation du Ketron SD90 / SD60 ou SD9 , tutos et format



    Extraits vidéo formation Ketron SD90 , SD9 , SD60

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    • Les Registrations
    • Environnement, touches et curseurs du SD90, SD60, SD9
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    • Connexion vidéo
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    • Launchpad SD90, SD60, SD9
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  • 500R8 Quick Tutorial | Configuring 500R8s USB Outputs For System Sound And DAW Playback.


    In this weeks #tutorialtuesday, Elliott walks us through how to send audio into 500R8's dedicated Monitor Controller using dedicated DAW return paths on USB channels 9 and 10.
    By setting up the correct stereo outputs in your mac/Windows device, you can easily and independently blend between the live tracks coming from the Summing Mixer and the audio coming from the DAW playback allowing you to effortlessly flip/flop between live and program material whilst accessing all of 500R8's speaker management facilities. This video focuses on both mac and Windows for system sounds as well as how to setup the correct monitor path in popular DAW, Pro Tools.
    Check below for more information on how to do this in other DAWs:
    Assign the Device Port of the Stereo Out to 500R8 USB Output 9 and 10

    Logic pro X:
    Logic Pro has a slight work around that is required to setup up audio playback. Please follow the Custom Configuration For Logic Pro X instructions from page 51 of the 500R8 User manual
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  • Mid Side Processing


  • Understanding Mid/Side Processing Tecniques EQ | Studio One 3.5.2


    Understanding Mid/Side Processing EQ | Studio One 3.5.2

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  • Complete Guitar Setup in 60 Seconds


    A guitar setup is much easier than most people realize. It's not necessary to be a professional tech to bring your axe back to factory specs. Here's how to do a complete setup in less than sixty seconds...way less.

    ** Music at 7:26 is by Dee J Nelson, Pants on Fire
    A complete chapter list can be found below these paragraphs. This lesson is an overview. You can view the whole process in only 9 minutes. Please keep in mind that this is very condensed. There is more left out of this video than included. I also chose different guitars that feature simple parts for clarity. So.... please don't ask why I didn't give tips for a nine string ZR50 with six pickups in drop G tuning. Thanks for understanding.

    00:09 The single most important setup adjustment
    00:45 Neck bow, also called relief
    00:49 Concave bow
    01:00 Truss rod defined
    01:38 View the relief of your fretboard
    01:58 Measuring the gap
    01:58 Tools include straight edge and feeler gauge
    02:50 Make the adjustment
    03:10 Decrease the gap (flatten the neck)
    03:38 Increase the gap (add more concave curve)
    03:50 Floating bridge angle adjustment
    04:11 Spring tension adjustment
    04:39 Action (string height) adjustment
    05:36 Intonation adjustment - tune the twelfth fret note to the harmonic (chime)
    05:50 12th fret is in middle of the string
    06:24 Making the intonation adjustment
    06:47 If the note is sharp of the harmonic do this to flatten the note until it matches the harmonic.
    06:54 If the note is flat of the harmonic do this to sharpen the note until it matches the harmonic.
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    09:00 Closing

  • A Better Way To Record Electronic Drums


    It's easy to record electronic drums, right? Sure...if you can get past cable/signal routing, MIDI mapping, software, latency, and a ton of other little gotchas that eat up the time you should be spending on playing.

    ROUTING DIAGRAM (new for 2020):

    The key to getting the most out of your electronic drum kit is creating a versatile, efficient, and effective workflow. In this video, I share my always on workflow that allows me to have my Roland V-Drums ready to practice, write, or record at the push of a button. I no longer spend time moving stuff around, connecting wires, or remembering how something should be configured. In this video I walk you through how I configure my drums and home studio to get this level of flexibility.

    It doesn't matter whether you're using something like the new Alesis Strike Pro, a mid-level Roland V-Drum kit, or even something like an old entry-level Simmons kit. This workflow will work for you.

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  • Traktor Pro Guide - Preferences Pt 1/4: Audio Setup + Timecode Configuration


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    In part 1 of the series, Endo walks us through Traktor audio setup and timecode configuration, revealing all the nuts and bolts and showing you how to make Traktor work the way you want it. The following summary is a exert taken from Endo's previous mega-post Traktor Pro Preferences Guide (which you can read in its entirety here

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  • How to Use any Stereo Plugin in Mid/Side Mode - Thinking Inside the Box #17


    Welcome to this week's episode on Mid/Side Processing. The series Thinking Inside the Box focuses on analog music production techniques in the modern DAW. Subscribe for more tips and tricks!

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  • Mastering Cubase Pro


    The ultra popular Mastering Cubase series has been updated! This course now covers Cubase Pro 8, 8.5, and 9. For more information, or to sign up please visit


    Lesson 1: An Intro to Cubase
    The Transport Panel
    The Project Window
    Setting up the inspector
    The Mixer

    Lesson 2: Starting a Project
    Organizing your hard drives
    Creating a new Cubase Pro project
    Steinberg Hub templates
    The Project Set-up panel
    Sample rate, bit depth, and file type
    The Device Set-up window
    The VST Connections window

    Lesson 3: Track Types
    What are tracks
    Adding audio tracks
    How Cubase Pro handles your files
    FX Tracks & Sends
    Marker & Ruler Tracks
    Folder Tracks
    Sampler Tracks
    VCA Faders vs Group Tracks
    Signature, Tempo, and, Arranger Tracks
    Chord Tracks

    Lesson 4: Recording
    Microphone Types
    Recording Chain
    Mic Pres
    Audio Interfaces
    The Control Room & Cue Mixes
    Track Versions

    Lesson 5: The Cubase Mixer
    Configuring the Mixer
    Creating link groups
    Zones & Visability
    The Channel Racks
    EQ & Channel Strip
    The Faders

    Lesson 6: Editing
    What is an audio event?
    Split tracks button, and the waveform amplifier
    Using the tools in the toolbar
    Processing events vs using plug-ins

    Lesson 7: Using the Sample Editor
    Opening the sample editor
    Hit Points
    Audio Warp
    Tuning with VariAudio
    Processing events

    Lesson 8: Tempo Correction
    Part 1 - What is tempo correction?
    A short history on tempo correction
    Using the third pointer tool mode
    What is Cubase doing when you adjust the tempo?
    Musical Mode in the Pool

    Part 2 - Tempo Detection
    The time correction algorithms
    Tempo Detection
    Working with a tempo track
    Set Definition from tempo
    Tempo correction multiple tracks
    Using Hit Points

    Part 3 - Hit Points & Audio Warp
    Audio Warp
    Quantizing audio

    Lesson 9: MIDI, Virtual Instruments, and the Score Editor
    Part 1 - MIDI
    What is MIDI?
    Setting up your MIDI device
    Adding a MIDI track and connecting a virtual instrument
    The MIDI Key Editor
    Expression Maps
    VST 3.5

    Part 2 - Virtual Instruments
    Mounting a virtual instrument
    Groove Agent SE
    Creating your own drum patch
    Beat Designer
    Halion Sonic SE
    Loop Mash
    MIDI Control setup

    Part 3 - The Score Editor
    Opening the Score Editor
    The Staff tab
    Display Quantize
    Polyphonic tab
    Adding chords
    Adding lyrics
    Using the Layout Tool
    Creating an XML file

    Lesson 10: The Media Bay, and the Pool
    Bring up the Media Bay
    Scanning your drives
    Searching for files
    The Pool
    Splitting up multi-channel files

    Lesson 11: Mixing Part 1
    Using EQ’s
    Using a Parametric EQ - including “Frequency”
    Linear Phase EQ’s
    New York Compression

    Lesson 12: Mixing Part 2
    What is automation?
    Using the R and W buttons
    Touch automation
    Latch automation
    Using the automation panel
    Viewing the automation lanes
    Stereo Panning
    Surround Sound Panning
    The Loudness Meter

    Lesson 13: Finishing a Project
    44.1 vs 48 kHz
    Exporting your mix
    Uncompressed file types
    Compressed file types
    What are stem mixes?
    Creating stem mixes using the channel batch export
    A brief overview on mastering



    KORG M3-M is playing CANYON.MID by native MIDI data.
    MIDI data is arranged for M3-M.

  • Best Logitech MX Master 2s Setup -


    Best MX Logitech Master 2s Setup - (Custom Settings for Mac Users)

    Here is my setup of the Logitechs MX Master mouse. These custom settings will be a game changer if you are switching over from the Apple Trackpad or if you want to incorporate OS gestures into your MX Master workflow. Hope this helps!

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    Microphone — Rode VideoMic Pro

    Lighting — Supon LED

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  • How to use an external mic on a Macbook Pro - IT WORKS!


    Not having a mic input on your MacBook Pro is a shame... is it? The truth is that there's a trick that allows you to use the headphone jack with an external mic, allowing you to record straight to your MacBook Pro without any audio interface or USB preamp. It can be a lapel mic, a Rode Videomicro, you name it! It's kinda tricky but extremely easy to do once you figure out how!

    Complete post:

    Headsets Splitter:
    Rode Videomicro:
    Lavalier Lapel Mic Kit:
    TRRS to TRS adaptor:

    DIY MIDI Controller Workshop:
    Making Music with Arduino:

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    Curso gratuito:
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    Equipment I use: 
    Canon PowerShot G7 X Mark II:
    Lavalier Lapel Microphone Kit:
    MXL 990 Condenser Microphone:
    Focusrite Scarlett 18i8:


  • Stage Left Audio - Bridging a QSC amplifier


    A brief tutorial on bridging an amplifier (QSC PLX). This method of bridging can apply to other current professional amplifiers as well. However, not all amplifiers support a bridged mode.

    A reference is made to +1 and -1 when viewing the binding posts - this references the use of Speakon connectors on the speaker side (not the amplifier side).

  • The Sequetron MkII Configuration Demo


    This shows how to configure the MIDI input and output devices. All background sounds are from the microKORG+Sequetron video demos.
    Follow developments on

    What if you could record & multi-track directly on your music keyboard while you are playing it, without ever touching a computer keyboard or mouse?
    The Sequetron is a sequencer program with a twist; designed from the outset as a live instrument for hands-on use, played & controlled from where your hands are - the music keyboard. It runs from switch-on with no interaction, and converts the simplest MIDI keyboard into a multi-track recording, playback & looping instrument.

    Conventional s/w sequencers & DAWs have more powerful editing & audio features, but the Sequetron takes a fresh approach by using a command structure designed around a keyboard first, then adding a display later, so it really is a different concept...
    ...a front-end instrument for ideas & inspiration... and fun!

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  • Cubase 5


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  • Recording Acoustic Guitar with Mid-Side


    If you want a wide stereo image of a single performance on acoustic guitar, mid-side can be a great option. In this video, I demonstrait how to set up the mics and the extra processing you'll need to do inside your daw to make it work.

  • Frequency EQ NEW Vst Effect Cubase Pro 9


    Welcome to ADSR Pro, Steinberg Cubase and Music Production Tutorials.

    In this video we show you the new Frequency EQ unit from Steinberg,
    This new 8 band EQ is a much needed improvement over the previous eq units in cubase, this now allows mid side processing and has a nice visual representation of the audio to allow you to not only hear the audio but see how its been effected with your eq decisions.

  • Mid-Side Multiband Mastering | How To Get Wide Punchy Mixes


    In a first for the channel, we are going to take a look at a mastering technique today. This trick should help us to add stereo width and clarity to our mixes and give us much greater control of our low end!

    The technique is basically to use multiband compression in a mid-side set-up. There are a lot of dedicated mastering plugins that will let you accomplish this, but I wanted to try and find a way to do it using only stock plugins. So this is the result!

    There is a bit of routing required, but once set-up, it is fairly quick to apply the technique to any mix that you have bounced to audio. You could even set-up the routing and save it as a template for ease of use in the future.

    I should point out that this was an experiment and like most experiments, it didn't go completely to plan. It took me three attempts to get a result I was happy with, but often these failures teach us valuable lessons in the process. So why not give it ago yourself?

    As always, thanks for watching.
    Love, light and laughter!

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  • Configuring the SD-90 for Use with a Roland Accordion


    Introduction to setting up the SD-90 to work with the Roland V-Accordion (based on previously posted V-accordion Midi channel mappings)
    The last 1 minute of this video recaps important information on How to save the above settings permanently.. Please take note.

  • MOTU M4 Unbox and Workout


    In this episode, I'll take a look at the MOTU M4, a 4x4 audio interface that's pretty new to the market. I'll go through its features, installing drivers, configuring it in my DAW, and I'll record a project through it to illustrate how it works.

    0:00 - Music video excerpt
    0:32 - Intro, unboxing, features
    5:52 - Powering up the interface
    6:47 - Downloading and installing drivers
    8:36 - Configuring ASIO buffer size
    11:47 - Recording sampled drums
    13:17 - Recording acoustic guitar
    15:48 - Recording bass guitar
    18:34 - Recording electric guitar
    21:45 - Plugging in an external preamp
    23:17 - Recording acoustic drums
    24:53 - Recording vocals
    25:51 - Music video with final project
    29:09 - Final thoughts

    A little info about the microphones, instruments, amplifiers and effects in this project:

    Scratch drums: Superior Drummer 3, Indiependent SDX
    Acoustic guitar: Martin D-41, AKG C414 XLS
    Bass guitar: MIM Fender Precision Bass. In the mix it went through Waves GTR3, NI Solid Bus Comp, ReaEQ
    Electric Guitar 1: Fender American Deluxe Telecaster, Mesa Lonestar Special, Cascade Fathead
    Electric Guitar 2: 1965 Fender Jazzmaster, Fender '68 Custom Deluxe Reverb, Ibanez TS9, Cascade Fathead
    Electric Guitar 3: Jazzmaster, '68 DR, Fulltone OCD, Cascade Fathead, Lexicon MPX room reverb
    Vocals: Lewitt LCT440 PURE, Empirical Labs Distressor, ReaEQ, Lexicon MPX plate reverb
    Backing vocals: LCT440, FMR RNC (Super Nice engaged), ReaEQ, Waves Deesser
    Acoustic Drums: Yamaha Stage Custom Birch, Zildjian A cymbals, AKG C414 XLS on overheads (Glyn Johns setup), Shure SM57 on snare, Sennheiser MD-421 on kick, Distressors, NI Solid Bus Comp, ReaEQ

  • MacBook Pro 13-inch, Mid 2012 & Maschine Latency Test


    I did a latency test with my new MacBook Pro 13-inch, Mid 2012 & Maschine using the built-in sound card on the mac and a beat that came with the True School Maschine Expansion Pack titled Slow Push.

    My results where:
    @44100 - Latency 64 Samples - 4.4 ms
    @48000 - Latency 96 Samples - 5.4 ms
    @88200 - Latency 224 Samples - 6.1 ms
    @96000 - Latency 256 Samples - 6.4 ms

    MacBook Pro:
    Processor 2.9 GHz Intel Core i7
    Memory 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
    Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4000 512 MB
    Software OS X 10.8.2 (12C3103)

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  • Mackie MCU Pro - ProTools Setup


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  • Voxengo Msed audio encoder decoder FREE VST/AU PLUGIN - Quick Test


    Download Here:

    MSED is a professional audio encoder-decoder AAX, AudioUnit and VST plugin for mid-side processing which is able to encode (split) the incoming stereo signal into two components: mid-side pair, and vice versa: decode mid-side signal pair into stereo signal.

    MSED is also able to work in the “inline” mode with the ability to adjust mid and side channels’ gain and panning without the need of using two plugin instances in sequence.

    MSED can be used to flip the phase of the mid and side channels by 180 degrees, and swap the stereo channels, and to extract the mid or side channel.

    MSED features the “plasma” vector scope, stereo correlation and balance meters which make it easier to monitor the stereo information present in the audio signal.

    If you have any comments, suggestion or request I would love to hear from you in the comments below!
    Thanks for your time, and have a nice day

    Hi, my name is Julian Doe! I am a guitar player and producer based in London.
    Thank you for watching!

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    Artists I Like & Support:
    Maki Flow
    Acho Oraha
    A Sloth Dance
    Pain is a Dress

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  • Learn Live 10: Setting up MIDI


    How to set up MIDI in Ableton Live 10.

    Watch the entire Learn Live series:

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  • The Zoom L-20 - Add More to the Mix!


    You asked for more, and with the LiveTrak L-20 you get more.

    * 20 inputs with independent channel faders.
    * 3-band mid parametric EQ with variable frequency Lo-Cut.
    * Six independent monitor outputs, switchable level for headphone or balanced line output for powered monitors/wedges.
    * Record up to 22 discrete channels to SD card and simultaneously to your DAW via the internal USB audio interface.
    * Wireless mixing via iPad using the Zoom L-20 app (Zoom BTA-1 Bluetooth adaptor required, sold separately)
    * 22-in/4-out USB audio interface
    and more

    Check out the full spec at