Best one ever. Been waiting for this SA for a long time.
Love his tutorial... great tutor and nice stuff
amazing stuff! learnt so much from this tut.
quality sounds, nice production
Great tutorial. I learned many new and useful things
Loved this, picked up lots of useful elements
This is a very good tutorial. I hope we get much more of this. It would be much better if he also would go through his final mastering process and rendering his track. I learned a lot from this and look forward to watch much more.
Great Job ! I've learned so much from this videos. James has shown very useful methods and precisely explained how to use VSTs. Exactly explained how track structure should look like. It's awesomeThank You
Thank you. I really appreciate how you walk through what you do and why.
Hey James.. Great Tutorial! I've followed all your tutorials on SA and you explain things real clear.I've seen and heard you play a couple of times in The Netherlands and you are one of my top list DJ's. It's a shame you won't be performing on ASOT850. Next time I see you I will put a Sonic Academy sign up so you know I want to make a selfie with you.. Keep it up!
Helps me a lot! Thanks
Hi there, why not using Reverb And Delay on a Bus channel instead of putting them on each individual sounds, I am using logic pro x and if i put too much compressors and delay , reverb on each channel it's gonna f*** with the processing power?
And why it's good to use the compressor , reverb and delay separately then one's within the plug in ? because all the Plugins has these.?
is it alright to use 2 keys in a single track like you did C major and E minor ?
the only difference is the F sharp so they are very close.. so i cant see a problem. just keep an eye that the F sharp isnt destabilising things... if you use it in the right way ( to add tension before a resolve) it could be very cool.