Fundamentals of Audio Synthesis – Sound Design For Beginners

In this tutorial I will cover 10 fundamental topics that will help you develop a basic understanding of sound design. I will also provide some helpful resources that were a huge help for me when I was just getting started in the world of sound design.

Why are my mixes so quiet? 5 Techniques For Loudness

The trick to getting your music as loud as the pros lies in 2 fundamental concepts. Balance, and Dynamics. Once you achieve a good balance and learn to control the dynamics of your sounds – a nice fat, loud mix becomes easy to achieve.

8 Tips For Making Sounds Wide – Stereo Width

One of the biggest mistakes I see with beginner producers is that they don?t make good use of the stereo field. Taking sounds that sit dead centre in the mix and widening them can add interest, make them feel bigger and give a more professional sound, it?s also a useful tool for making space for other sounds that should be entered, like your kick, snare, vocals and leads.

Best Electronic Music Production Software For Beginners – Top 5

With so many options to choose from these days, choosing your first DAW can be a tough choice for beginners. In this article we will give a run down on what we believe to be the best music production software available today. We will compare each DAW based on price, features, ease of use, and workflow.

Music Theory For EDM Production – Complete Beginner Guide

Music Theory For EDM Production

If you’re completely new to EDM production then one of the first things you should learn is very basic music theory. The good news is that in just a few hours you can learn enough to write your first song. In this guide we will go over 5 essential music theory lessons specifically for EDM production.

How To Make A Clap In Serum

In this post, I’m going to explain the process used to create 100% original claps that fill out the frequency spectrum, and sound great.

If you want to know how to make a clap in Serum, you’re in luck! In this tutorial, we take it a step further to really create a nice thick clap, ready to spice up your next deep house tune.

How to Build Your Own DIY Acoustic Panels

Having recently embarked upon a journey to build my very own studio at the end of my garden – one of the very first considerations I had to make was how to treat it acoustically… and on a tight budget! The room I am building is a 3.8 x 3m insulated log cabin. With the insulation built into the walls, I wasn’t too worried about soundproofing the cabin. However, a major worry was that the sound would be bouncing and reflecting all over the place, turning the cabin into one giant drum!