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Young Jim Carrey as Actors Imitator (overdubbed, because no other version could be found)
18 Feb 2009
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cool vid of a japanese chick's belly exam and navel close up. i overdubbed some stomach sounds from various female tummies to make it more interesting....check out how crazy the inside of her belly button is...its like a cave with all kinds of crevices and cracks...
8 Aug 2009
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:01:00 WELCOME 0:01:50 SEQUENCING 0:02:10 Locate key trick 0:03:10 Copying Combis 0:05:00 Adding Tracks 0:06:15 Adding Effects to Tracks 0:12:05 Edits 0:12:15 ...Event Edit 0:17:00 ...Create Control Data 0:18:05 ...Erase Control Data 0:19:10 ...Quantising 0:22:10 ...Shift/Erase Notes 0:24:00 ...Copy Track 0:24:50 ...Erase Measure 0:24:55 ...Bounce Track 0:26:05 ...Delete Measure 0:26:15 ...Insert Measure 0:27:05 ...Repeat Measure 0:27:10 ...Copy Measure 0:27:30 ...Move Measure 0:28:30 ...Modify Velocity 0:29:30 Step Recording 0:31:40 FF/Rew Speed 0:32:45 Set Song Length 0:33:05 Tempo Changes 0:37:20 Automating the mix 0:38:20 Overdubbing realtime controls 0:39:35 Loop Recording 0:42:15 Punching 0:42:50 Using SMFs (Standard MIDI files) 0:48:00 Controlling external MIDI devices 0:48:50 Pattern Recording 0:52:50 Using the Cue List creatively 0:55:30 Using with an external sequencer 0:57:40 EFFECTS 0:59:00 Making assignments 1:00:05 Selecting Insert effects 1:01:00 Master effects 1:03:00 Sending to an external effect 1:04:00 Chaining effects 1:04:50 DMod (Dynamic Modulation) 1:08:45 Using the Vocoder 1:10:45 Double size effects explained 1:13:05 COMBI EDITING 1:13:15 Creating a basic split/layer 1:18:20 Assigning real time controls 1:18:55 Oscillator Tabs 1:19:30 MAKING A DRUM KIT 1:20:00 Multisamples explained 1:21:05 Global Drum Kits 1:21:25 Creating a Kit 1:25:35 Exclusive groups 1:27:10 Writing Drum Kits 1:28:35 Special IFX routing for Drum Kits 1:30:55 ARPEGGIATORS 1:31:55 Global Arpeggios 1:32:20 The grid explained 1:33:15 Editing Arpeggios 1:35:15 Flam effect 1:36:55 Setting number of voices 1:37:55 Drum arpeggios 1:40:00 Assigning arpeggios 1:40:45 SAMPLING 1:41:10 Samples/Multisamples/Program relationship 1:42:50 Building a program from AKAI samples 1:47:00 Loading AKAI programs 1:52:55 Resampling examples 1:57:00 Exporting tracks in WAV format 2:01:35 "Ripping" samples from CDs 2:03:40 Quick loop example 2:06:55 Sample edits 2:10:30 GRADUATION
15 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:00:00 INTRODUCTION 0:01:40 Features 0:03:25 Front panel Overview 0:05:50 Rear Panel 0:07:15 Playing the Demo Song 0:07:50 Moving around the Song 0:09:20 YOUR FIRST RECORDING 0:09:30 Creating a Song 0:10:35 Selecting an Input 0:10:45 Setting levels 0:12:00 Using the Tuner 0:12:30 Recording 2 Inputs 0:12:55 Adding Insert Effects 0:13:35 "Insert" vs. "Loop" Effects 0:15:30 Recording with a metronome 0:17:15 Example 1:Bass track 0:18:35 Example 2:Guitar overdub 0:19:55 Punching In 0:21:45 AB Repeat Button 0:23:20 Deleting Punch Points 0:23:30 Using V-Tracks 0:26:25 Using Microphones 0:27:40 RHYTHM SECTION 0:28:00 creating Arrangements 0:25:25 "What is an Arrangement?" 0:28:45 Editing Arrangements 0:32:35 Creating Patterns 0:33:00 ...Realtime Drums 0:35:30 ...Step Mode Drums 0:38:55 ...Using Imported USB Patterns 0:39:30 Copying Patterns 0:40:10 Erasing Patterns 0:40:35 TRACK EDITING/MIXDOWN 0:41:00 Track Edits 0:41:55 ...Copy 0:45:55 ...Move 0:47:55 ...Exchange 0:48:10 Undo 0:48:20 Using the Scrub Function 0:51:20 Mixing 0:51:30 ...Fader Levels 0:51:55 ...Pan 0:53:10 ...EQ 0:56:25 ...Track Mute 0:57:10 Loop Effects 1:02:35 Bouncing 1:07:40 Mastering 1:11:05 CD FUNCTIONS 1:11:24 Creating Audio CDs 1:12:55 Play/Import 1:13:15 Finalizing 1:13:25 Backup/Recovery 1:14:35 Import/Export 1:17:50 ADDITIONAL SETTINGS 1:18:10 Pitch Correction 1:19:30 Utility Screens 1:20:45 USB Functions 1:21:40 System Settings 1:24:35 Initialization Screens 1:25:00 GRADUATION!
21 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:01:00 INTRODUCTION 0:03:10 Front Panel 0:03:40 Rear Panel 0:04:30 Power adaptor 0:04:55 Selecting inputs 0:05:00 Sensitivity knob 0:06:25 "Simul" function 0:06:50 Onboard Mic 0:07:50 Moving around the screens 0:08:15 Faders and transport 0:08:35 Effects 0:09:20 Loading Demo Song 0:10:00 V-Tracks explained 0:10:55 Adjusting levels 0:11:35 Locating within a song 0:12:05 Rhythm guide 0:14:15 Song Info 0:14:35 RECORDING A SONG 0:15:00 Initializing a song 0:15:05 Record types 0:15:45 Setting recording levels 0:17:05 Tuner 0:17:45 COSM Effects 0:19:10 Editing Effects 0:20:35 Writing Effects patch 0:20:50 Importance of using drum patterns 0:21:50 Ryhthm Guide 0:25:05 Tap Tempo 0:26:35 Saving Arrangements 0:27:30 Tempo Changes 0:27:50 Recording Demo 0:28:50 Overdubbing 0:31:00 Recording on V-Tracks 0:32:55 Punching In 0:37:25 ...using the AB repeat function 0:38:55 Locator 0:39:50 MIXING/EDITING YOUR SONG 0:40:20 Panning 0:41:30 Loop Effects 0:41:50 Input Effects setting 0:43:50 Editing Explained 0:45:50 ...Copy 0:49:20 ...Move 0:51:20 ...Erase 0:52:05 ...Exchange 0:52:35 Using a SmartMedai Reader/Writer 0:52:50 Using the BR-532 Wave converter 0:55:20 Bouncing 0:59:20 Song Edits 0:59:35 Storing a Song 1:00:00 Song Optimize 1:00:40 Mixing Down 1:01:45 ADVANCED FUNCTIONS 1:02:05 Phrase Trainer 1:03:20 Arranging Rhythm Tracks 1:08:25 Storing Rhythm Arrangements 1:09:15 Rhythm Kits 1:09:35 Syncing External MIDI Devices 1:11:25 Using the Sub-Ins 1:12:10 Effects Settings 1:13:15 Lo-Fi Simulators 1:13:15 "Rec-Dry" Effects setting 1:13:30 Scrub and Preview 1:13:15 Utility Screens 1:16:50 Initializing the BR-532 1:17:10 GRADUATION
21 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... RECORDING SCHOOL "What is Multitrack Recording?" The signal path Channels vs. Tracks Recording levels Setting levels on the 2488 Microphone placement Types of Microphones Phantom power RECORDING ON THE 2488 Creating a Song Naming a Song Connecting a Microphone Routing Inputs to Channels Setting Levels Arming Tracks Recording 1st Track Importance of good Monitors Using the front Guitar (H) input Overdubbing Linking stereo Channels Virtual Tracks Mic Effects Naming Tracks (User Words) Punching in Repeat function Setting Location points Bouncing Tracks EDITING ON THE 2488 Using the Jog function Setting In and Out points Copy and Paste Setting To point Edits Front panel shortcuts Undo BUILT IN TONE GENERATOR Settings Benefits of using drum guide Setting time/measures display Builtin Metronome Rhythm guide setup Selecting from the 20 drum kits SMF playback GM Specifications Loading SMFs Adjusting the Tone Generator Parts Playing SMFs MIXING Mute function Solo function Pan EQ Compression (Mic Effects) Stereo L/R Dynamics Processor Loop effect Effect sends External Effect returns 8 Inputs available at Mixdown Pre/Post send settings Multi Effects Mixing down your Song (Pre-master) MASTERING AND BURNING Playing Pre-master Trimming Pre-master Burning to CD-R (Track at once) Burning to CD-R (Disc at once) TRANSFERRING TRACKS "Opening" the USB connection Connecting a Computer Transferring files "Closing" the USB connection USB Import USB Export CD-R Import/Export CD-R Backup GRADUATION
22 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... RECORDING SCHOOL "What is Multitrack Recording?" The signal path Channels vs. Tracks Recording levels Setting levels on the 2488 Microphone placement Types of Microphones Phantom power RECORDING ON THE 2488 Creating a Song Naming a Song Connecting a Microphone Routing Inputs to Channels Setting Levels Arming Tracks Recording 1st Track Importance of good Monitors Using the front Guitar (H) input Overdubbing Linking stereo Channels Virtual Tracks Mic Effects Naming Tracks (User Words) Punching in Repeat function Setting Location points Bouncing Tracks EDITING ON THE 2488 Using the Jog function Setting In and Out points Copy and Paste Setting To point Edits Front panel shortcuts Undo BUILT IN TONE GENERATOR Settings Benefits of using drum guide Setting time/measures display Builtin Metronome Rhythm guide setup Selecting from the 20 drum kits SMF playback GM Specifications Loading SMFs Adjusting the Tone Generator Parts Playing SMFs MIXING Mute function Solo function Pan EQ Compression (Mic Effects) Stereo L/R Dynamics Processor Loop effect Effect sends External Effect returns 8 Inputs available at Mixdown Pre/Post send settings Multi Effects Mixing down your Song (Pre-master) MASTERING AND BURNING Playing Pre-master Trimming Pre-master Burning to CD-R (Track at once) Burning to CD-R (Disc at once) TRANSFERRING TRACKS "Opening" the USB connection Connecting a Computer Transferring files "Closing" the USB connection USB Import USB Export CD-R Import/Export CD-R Backup GRADUATION
22 Nov 2007
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This shows the differences between the Tascam 2488 MKI version and the MKII. This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... RECORDING SCHOOL "What is Multitrack Recording?" The signal path Channels vs. Tracks Recording levels Setting levels on the 2488 Microphone placement Types of Microphones Phantom power RECORDING ON THE 2488 Creating a Song Naming a Song Connecting a Microphone Routing Inputs to Channels Setting Levels Arming Tracks Recording 1st Track Importance of good Monitors Using the front Guitar (H) input Overdubbing Linking stereo Channels Virtual Tracks Mic Effects Naming Tracks (User Words) Punching in Repeat function Setting Location points Bouncing Tracks EDITING ON THE 2488 Using the Jog function Setting In and Out points Copy and Paste Setting To point Edits Front panel shortcuts Undo BUILT IN TONE GENERATOR Settings Benefits of using drum guide Setting time/measures display Builtin Metronome Rhythm guide setup Selecting from the 20 drum kits SMF playback GM Specifications Loading SMFs Adjusting the Tone Generator Parts Playing SMFs MIXING Mute function Solo function Pan EQ Compression (Mic Effects) Stereo L/R Dynamics Processor Loop effect Effect sends External Effect returns 8 Inputs available at Mixdown Pre/Post send settings Multi Effects Mixing down your Song (Pre-master) MASTERING AND BURNING Playing Pre-master Trimming Pre-master Burning to CD-R (Track at once) Burning to CD-R (Disc at once) TRANSFERRING TRACKS "Opening" the USB connection Connecting a Computer Transferring files "Closing" the USB connection USB Import USB Export CD-R Import/Export CD-R Backup GRADUATION
22 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:01:00 INTRODUCTION 0:04:23 Front Panel 0:07:20 Rear Panel 0:09:12 Selecting Songs 0:10:52 Moving around a song 0:11:45 Using Markers 0:13:51 YOUR FIRST RECORDING 0:14:03 Creating a song 0:15:11 Setting levels 0:16:31 Using the tuner 0:17:16 Adding COSM effects 0:18:31 Insert vs. Loop effects 0:19:36 Arming Tracks 0:20:01 Setting up a click track 0:22:33 Recording our 1st track 0:23:32 Overdubbing 0:24:26 Punching In 0:26:03 Repeat AB 0:27:21 Using V Tracks 0:30:13 Setting up Phantom power 0:30:48 Storing your song 0:31:26 USING RHYTHM 0:32:22 Selectin Bass/Drum patterns 0:33:15 Creating Arrangements 0:37:06 Using the Chord Map 0:39:01 Setting tempo/time sig changes 0:39:41 Creating drum patterns 0:40:01 ...Realtime 0:42:54 ...Step 0:47:21 Recording Bass lines... 0:49:43 Microscope 0:50:43 TRACK EDITING/MIXDOWN AND MASTERING 0:51:08 Track Copy 0:51:26 Track Copy + Insert 0:51:36 Track Move 0:51:46 Track Move + Insert 0:52:00 Setting up for edits 0:57:43 Normalize 0:58:51 Cut 0:59:22 Erase 1:00:13 Mixing 1:00:43 ...using Pan 1:01:56 ...Using compression 1:04:08 ...using EQ 1:06:47 ...using loop effects 1:09:33 Bouncing/Mixing down tracks 1:13:03 Mastering 1:17:06 CD FUNCTIONS 1:17:31 Burning Audio CDs 1:21:20 Burning Data CDs 1:23:18 Using SMF files 1:24:49 Import/Export options 1:26:21 WORKING WITH LOOP PHRASES 1:26:50 Importing loops 1:28:41 Assigning loop phrases to buttons 1:29:33 Dropping in loop phrases 1:33:18 Creating loop phrases from tracks 1:34:30 EFFECTS EDITING 1:35:39 Rec Dry 1:37:30 Vocal tool box 1:39:00 Speaker modeling 1:40:22 ADDITONAL SCREENS/SETTINGS 1:40:36 LCD contrast 1:41:04 Song optimization 1:41:47 USB functions 1:43:12 System settings 1:46:09 Sync settings 1:47:35 MIDI settings 1:49:20 Fader display 1:50:03 Scrub/Preview 1:51:22 HDD options 1:51:29 Initialize settings 1:52:37 GRADUATION
21 Nov 2007
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Get this full lesson at: *******www.ivideosongs****/song/rock/electric-guitar/she-will-be-loved/maroon-5/6290.aspx She Will Be Loved was recorded by Maroon 5 on the 2004 album Songs About Jane. In this iVideosongs title, instructor Steve Rieck shows you how to play the melodic chord groove and overdubbed fills from this slow tempo hit. She Will Be Loved is an example of relatively simple guitar parts that combine to produce a full, rich texture. Played on a capoed electric guitar, this song features barre chords, slide, fingerstyle playing, and arpeggiation in a layered sound that will give intermediate-level players creative inspiration for their own songwriting.
28 Jun 2009
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"Love on a Two-Way Street" is a Soul ballad written by Sylvia Robinson and Burt Keyes in 1968. The song was originally recorded by Lezli Valentine, an artist signed to All Platinum, the record label that Sylvia Robinson co-owned with her husband, Joe. The song was then recorded by The Moments, an R&B vocal group signed to All Platinum subsidiary Stang Records, as filler for their 1968 album "Not on the Outside, But on the Inside, Strong!". Sylvia and Joe decided to release the song as a single in March of 1970 and it went on to become one of the biggest R&B hits of that year, spending five weeks at number one on Billboard's Soul Singles chart and reaching number three on the Hot 100 chart. It was also certified gold by the RIAA for sales of one million copies. William "Billy" Brown sings lead on the Moments version. Willie and The Mighty Magnificents provided most of the musical backing on the song and Burt Keyes created the string arrangement that was overdubbed onto the track while also playing piano on the recording session. In 1981, Cotillion Records artist Stacy Lattisaw recorded and released her own version of the song and it too was a chart success in the U.S., peaking at number two R&B and number twenty six Pop. The song was also covered by Gloria Estefan for her 1994 album, "Hold Me Thrill Me Kiss Me". ....pls. enjoy!!!
8 Jul 2009
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:00:55 INTRODUCTION 0:01:25 Features 0:03:10 Front panel Overview 0:05:40 Rear Panel 0:07:10 Playing the Demo Song 0:09:05 Moving around the Song 0:11:10 YOUR FIRST RECORDING 0:11:20 Creating a Song 0:11:40 Selecting an Input 0:11:50 Setting levels 0:13:10 Using the Tuner 0:13:50 Recording 2 Inputs 0:14:20 Adding Insert Effects 0:15:05 "Insert" vs. "Loop" Effects 0:17:05 Recording with a metronome 0:19:25 Example 1:Bass track 0:20:30 Example 2:Guitar overdub 0:21:40 Punching In 0:23:30 AB Repeat Button 0:24:45 Deleting Punch Points 0:24:55 Using V-Tracks 0:28:00 Using Microphones 0:29:40 RHYTHM SECTION 0:30:00 Selecting Track types 0:30:55 EZ Compose 0:34:35 "What is an Arrangement?" 0:35:15 creating Arrangements 0:35:30 Editing Arrangements 0:41:05 Creating Patterns 0:41:25 ...Realtime Drums 0:44:45 ...Step Mode Drums 0:47:45 Microscope Mode 0:49:00 Copying/Deleting Patterns 0:50:05 Recording Bass Lines 0:54:00 TRACK EDITING/MIXDOWN 0:54:23 Track Edits 0:55:40 ...Copy 0:58:35 ...Copy and Insert 0:59:55 ...Move 1:00:05 ...Move and Insert 1:00:25 ...Cut 1:00:45 ...Erase 1:01:10 Undo 1:01:25 Mixing 1:01:35 ...Fader Levels 1:02:00 ...Pan 1:03:15 ...Compression 1:06:35 ...EQ 1:09:15 Loop Effects 1:13:15 Bouncing 1:17:30 Mastering 1:21:40 CD FUNCTIONS 1:22:10 Creating Audio CDs 1:26:05 Backup/Recovery 1:28:15 Import/Export 1:29:05 LOOP PHRASES 1:29:35 Importing Phrases 1:31:50 Assinging to Buttons 1:32:10 Laying out in an Arrangement 1:34:45 Editing Steps 1:35:20 ADDITIONAL SETTINGS 1:35:30 Vocal Toolbox 1:36:25 Utility Screens 1:37:40 USB Functions 1:38:55 System Settings 1:40:25 Initialization Screens 1:41:35 GRADUATION!
21 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... INTRODUCTION Features Available options Powering up Selecting a demo song Screen views Moving around the song Setting locations/markers Scrub functions CREATING A SONG Using rhythm patterns Preparing to record 1st track ...adding compression ...adding EQ ...adding effects Recording 1st track V-Tracks Recording 2nd V-Track Overdubbing example Undo function Fixing mistakes ...erasing tracks ...punching in Editing example (copy) Adding solo guitar MIXDOWN Mixdown explained Creating scenes Automating effects Using master effects Inserting effects onto tracks Final effect Mixing onto the master track BURNING TO CD Burning master tracks Backing up data Exporting tracks INSTALLING PERIPHERALS Installing the DIB-8 Installing the AIB-8 Installing the ACB-8
15 Nov 2007
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This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****. Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way. Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered... 0:01:35 BASIC RECORDING TO CD 0:03:15 Connections 0:03:30 Making a compilation CD 0:04:00 Adjusting recording levels 0:05:00 Recordable CDs types 0:06:40 "Open" vs. "closed" CDs 0:07:35 Mastering tools 0:09:45 Finalizing a Disc 0:10:25 INTRO TO SAMPLING 0:11:25 Sample times 0:11:45 Sampling from a microphone 0:12:55 Selecting pad banks 0:13:40 Using the Clipboard 0:14:35 Deleting a sample 0:15:00 Sampling parameters 0:17:15 Resampling 0:18:20 Sampling from a CD 0:20:00 Pad X-Fade 0:20:35 Loading Windows .wav files 0:22:20 Bank parameters 0:22:35 Using a footswitch 0:23:25 Bank protect 0:24:20 Pad parameters 0:25:20 Setting loops 0:26:40 Saving samples 0:27:35 EFFECT BASICS/ RECORDING TO THE AUDIO TRACKS 0:28:30 Insert effects 0:29:10 Chromatic Tuner 0:30:25 Selecting groups 0:30:35 Editing effects 0:32:45 Loop effects 0:35:45 Your first recording 0:36:00 Formatting for recording 0:37:50 Overdubbing 0:39:30 Adding effects while recording 0:40:25 Using Markers 0:41:25 Effects location 0:44:35 RHYTHM GUIDE AND BASIC PAD SEQUENCING 0:46:00 Selecting patterns 0:46:25 Using the tempo map 0:47:55 Adding loop effects to the rhythm guide 0:48:25 Intro to Pad Sequencing 0:50:40 Importance of using the rhythm guide 0:51:45 Step recording 0:53:20 Realtime recording 0:53:50 Quantising 0:56:25 Turning tracks on and off 0:56:35 Erasing tracks 0:56:50 Saving to a CD-RW 0:57:15 PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER/ ADVANCED OPERATIONS 0:58:00 Bouncing tracks 1:00:20 Punching in 1:01:40 Scrub and preview 1:04:20 Performing a Mixdown 1:06:00 Mastering tools 1:06:20 Burning a CD 1:06:50 Finalizing 1:07:20 Disk optimize 1:07:55 Disk backup 1:08:50 Midi functions 1:11:20 Resampling with insert effects 1:13:05 Tweaking effects 1:14:50 Resampling with loop effects 1:17:45 Matching tempos 1:18:20 Base tempos 1:21:50 Sampling parameters 1:24:20 Optimizing samples 1:25:15 Dividing samples 1:27:05 Normalizing 1:28:15 Time-stretching 1:28:50 Reverse 1:29:00 Step-recording with rests/ties 1:32:00 Sequence edits 1:33:50 Menu options 1:36:20 GRADUATION!
21 Nov 2007
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A cover of The Cure's "Play for today". Guitar: Fender CIJ Jazzmaster, Lollar pickups Bass: Fender VI Verses: Fender VI Drums & synth line: midi sequences The only effect on guitar is chorus; sound recorded while playing for the video, no overdubs. Bass line recorded in several parts though. (I suck at bass ;) Guitars/bass recorded through a Vox Tonelab LE amp simulator; digital recording on PC from the Tonelab's SPDIF output. Compression & a bit a reverb added when mixing.
25 Jan 2009
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"Before the Next Teardrop Falls" is an American country and pop song written by Vivian Keith and Ben Peters, and most famously recorded by Freddy Fender. The song was written in the late 1960s and had been recorded more than two dozen times. At best, the song had achieved modest success by other performers. In 1974, record producer Huey Meaux approached Fender about overdubbing vocals for an instrumental track. Fender agreed, performing the song bi-lingual style — singing the first verse in English, then repeating the verse in Spanish. "The recording only took a few minutes," Fender once told an interviewer. "I was glad to get it over with and I thought that would be the last of it." However, "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" immediately took off in popularity when released to country radio in January 1975. The song ascended to No. 1 on the Billboard magazine Hot Country Singles chart in March, spending two weeks atop the chart. Thereafter, the song caught on just as strongly at Top 40 radio stations, and it wasn't long before Fender had a No. 1 Billboard Hot 100 hit as well. The song is about a man's undaunted determination to save his heart for the just-departed object of his deep (but unrequited) love, and sincere hope that should the woman's new relationship not work out, she will remember his love and return to him. A showcase of Fender's fluttering tenor and Meaux's Tex-Mex musical styling, "Before the Next Teardrop Falls" jump-started his career. (Fender's career had stalled in 1960 after his arrest on drug charges. In the months and years that followed, Fender recorded several bi-lingual standards which became major hits, most notably "Secret Love."...pls. enjoy!!!
13 Mar 2011
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