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In this course, author J. Scott Giaquinta showcases his techniques for electronic dance music production that he's used on productions and remixes with such artists as Madonna, Seal, David Bowie, Paul Oakenfold, and Johnny Cash. He'll focus on drum sounds, demonstrating his techniques for layering kick and snare samples, compressing the sounds, using drum loops, adding a human feel and groove, creating drum transitions, using FX and automation, and other drum mixing techniques.
This course features Ableton Live and Native Instruments' Battery drum sampler, but you can use these techniques in any DAW of your choice.
Hello I'm J. Scott G. And welcome to EDM Production Techniques, Drums. Electronic dance music, or EDM, is one of the most popular types of music on the planet. I want to share with you a few of my techniques that I've acquired over the last 20 years. To make sure you have a great foundation, I'll start by showing you how to pick the right kicks and snare sounds. And layer them into even bigger sounds. Then I'll get in programming techniques using Abelton drum rack. A range page.
As well as native instrument spattering. Finally we'll wrap up with mixing techniques. Where I'll show you how to use. Busing Tape saturation And more. So if you're ready to get started, then let's get into EDM production techniques, drums.
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