Sonic Academy welcomes London based electronic artist Sharooz to take the helm for this all new ‘How To Make Chilled Techno’.
Since his debut release in 2006, Sharooz has remixed the likes of Moby, Robyn and Howard Jones. He has received plays from Guetta, 2 many DJs and Pete Tong whilst touring extensively around the globe.
He is also the co-founder of the Sounds To Sample website (now beatport sounds) and the sound design company Sample Magic. Here, he guides us through the making of his trade mark sound using Cubase 7.5. This is the laid back underground sound of London at its best
Please note: This is a 3rd party Artist course, and as such may contain the usage of some 3rd party VST's
yeh great...! when i try to load the preset for ana..... it doesn't work..... it just stays as the the init setting....? there are 2 copies of the ana preset titled "Sonic Academy preset.preset" but neither of them work? any ideas?
I'm having great fun following this tutorial... now i find out my version of Reaktor Spark didn't install correctly and I have no way of knowing how to reinstall just this product when it was part of a bundle linked to a Maschine 2 purchase.... yes great fun banging my head on the desk on a Saturday afternoon! Stick to the plugins in the DAW SONIC PLEASE!..... another day.... no music made!
This is a well put together tutorial. Mostly because Sharooz explains his thought processes as he's going along. I'm not a Cubase user but that doesn't matter at all as it's so well explained that it would be simple enough to transfer these techniques to others DAWs. It does help of course that this genre of music is one of my favourites.
yes, I'm working on this in Bitwig. It's pretty easy to follow along and tweak accordingly... more of this please. Sharooz nicely gives the quick and dirty on what he does and why. Love his approach as it brings to light some tried and true elements that you always hear in tracks of this genre - but wonder why they work. Thanks for enlightening us, Sharooz. Thanks for showing us how it's done. Peace.