Here's my attempt at the track. Any constructive criticism is welcomed.
Great tutorial btw. Thank you Bjorn
Hey everyone @bjornakesson has a new course this week on Sonic ! Massive massive track https://www.sonicacademy.com/courses/138-trance-with-bjorn-akesson
Anyone know how to recreate a piano in ANA? Im trying to make the melody from Tutorial 10
Im very interested in the same as Araze7 since ANA and the build in Logic Synths are all i currently have.
Great course. This has really helped me develop my Trance based tracks by showing me what's going on under the hood with the track layering and eq'ing as you go etc, an inspiring way to work.
where do i extract the resources which are downloadable? I am using Cubase. Cant use/choose the synth instrument he starts with.
first of all this is an awesome tutorial for anyone.
question - where is he getting his sample tracks from? i cant seem to work that bit out?
Bjorn at it again with the quality
You would be surprised on how many producers are still using Cubase and besides im sick of seeing Tutorials for Ableton lol so this makes a refreshing change.
Loved the course especially with how disorganised i am when writing tracks i dont have a mixing back ground so i learned a great deal from this, the only problem i had was when setting all sound levels to -15db i noticed that my plugins ie Massive Sylenth Form and NI REV etc where maxing out on certain instruments inside the plugins to achieve the -15db level and some instruments where not loud enough to reach this level even when maxing out can anyone help please Cheers.
Such a good course. I really like the way he focuses on the way each track sounds, rather than spending a lot of time tweaking vst settings. Very useful for me, even though I use Ableton, not Cubase.
this is defo the reason im subscribing!
Great course. Even though I don't use Cubase, I was still able to follow along and create a track in my DAW.
Great tutorial to see all the detailed process from the start. It reveals many answers to the uplifting trance production mysteries for me. Thanks!