I chose to analyze a Kush After Hours video by UBK/Gregory Scott because I seem to follow his type of mixing style already and he delineates how he does his. I broke it down step-by-step for my own understanding.Continue reading
I like Biosphere’s (Geir Jenssen’s) music very much and one of my favorite albums is Shenzhou. The album is made up of repeated looping of Debussy orchestral track samples. The title song is particularly interesting to me as I like the depth and width of the sound. I was able to figure out how to remake it and I’d like to show you how I did that.Continue reading
To make my synths and drums more interesting, I sometimes use a simple trick – adding a LFO.
I learned this whilst studying Boards of Canada’s music. It often has a wobbly frequency or envelope to it, and I can often replicate this without hardware, but within a DAW using LFOs.
Here’s a simple method that takes less than a minute to apply and gets great results.Continue reading
Glitchmachines makes some fantastic plugins for making music. Their plugins are generators and effects or combinations of each. They are packed full of features and are intimidatingly complex while being simple to use. I find that I experiment for hours with them.
I am trying to learn how to use them effectively in my music process and will be updating this post as I progress.
Last updated: 06-March-2019Continue reading