Learn how to use stock Pro Tools plugins to process the piano and organ.
- [Instructor] So we looked at the organ,…and the organ has a lot…of really cool processing possibilities,…but I wanted to talk about some of the things…that you could do with the piano,…because it doesn't have a lot…of onboard stuff you can do…to really change the sound around and customize a lot.…So let's go with something,…let's say I want to do something…that's a little bit dance-y.…(bright piano music)…I'm actually going to start with bright, not dance.…I just like the way it sounds.…I'm going to turn down the dynamic response…(piano chords)…So it's sort of always getting banged on.…
Let's do studio.…(piano chords)…That's nice.…All right, so let's come up with some processing here.…I'm going to go over to one of my favorites,…the Bomb Factory 76.…And let's just crush it a little bit.…Maybe there's a preset called piano, let's see.…Woop, there we go.…Not much.…(piano chord)…All right, perhaps that's a little too much volume.…(piano chords)…Okay, so we want to make…the attack and release time like fairly quick,…and let's go a little bit higher on the ratio.…
- Drum machine basics and loading presets
- Tweaking sounds to build a custom kit
- Using pattern select for performance
- Tonewheel Organ and Mini Grand basics
- Browsing and loading with Structure Free
- Resampling and slicing
- MIDI routing, arp, and mod
- Working with Vacuum
Skill Level Intermediate
Get In the Mix with Pro Toolswith Brian Lee White2h 46m Intermediate
2. Vintage Keys
3. Structure Free
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