In this Course we take a silver DMC DeLorean with a MK2 flux capacitor and some garbage to power us back to the 90s. House music of the time was under going a massive explosion with the release of a new bread of sample based affordable synths. The Korg M1, Roland D50 and Yamaha SY77 all made a big splash with their new mega powerful sound. We take a look at the £30 plugin version of arguably the most popular one of them all the M1, what made it so special and is it any use today.
Fantastic Tutorial, really well done.
The only thing i didn't agree with was the compression on the string parts, i found it fatiguing to the ears, especially for this type of tune.
Love it! Simply amazing!
Nice tutorial, however 21 missing samples in the provided Live set. Sloppy.
Paying customers deserve better.
Good to see you have not lost your roots . That was right up my street . Very good melody . Would love to hear it out in a club on a good sound system . Nice work Phil .
Excellent! Only one small problem: tutorials 11 and 12 are the wrong way round. Would have been nice to have used cleared vocal samples in the download, although I guess hunting out your own samples is a better learning exercise.
Great track !
Sound in video 13 e 14 very poor
Best course track. I love 90s!
Super !! u need to be a teacher ! ;)
I love the track-also-enjoying all of sonic academies videos they're great-learning somuch
this is great as always. love your work Phil
love the m1
Really liked this course. Great stuff for a beginning house producer like me. Next time I'll write some melody I will def use the scale!
I love this tutorial, wish the vocals were available. Any more coming up?