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  • How to make the Kygo “Firestone” pad

    Tropical House pads are lush, wide and have a really special feel to the sound. In the following tutorial we’ll show you how to make a pad similar to the one heard in “Firestone” by Kygo featuring Conrad Sewell. Preet included.  

  • Get wide claps like David Guetta

    David Guetta is a monster EDM DJ/Producer who uses creative production techniques to get the sound we as upcoming producers always strive for. We want our song to sound full and WIDE! In the following tutorial we’ll show you a simple technique to create WIDE sounding claps (or any other sound you want to sound fuller and wider) […]

  • Sample Saturdays – Glitch Hop drums

    Glitch Hop is a style of electronic music where the deliberate use of glitch-based audio, and other sonic artifacts is put into each track. Glitch Hop has a close relation to 2-step, broken beat and drum and bass. The music generally features syncopated drums with edgy bass lines with a few high pitch synths thrown in to spice up the mix. Click […]

  • Sample Saturdays – Dubstep Sample Pack

    Dubstep originally came from England in the late 90s. It has a close relation to 2-step, broken beat and drum and bass to name a few. The music generally features syncopated drums with edgy and growling bass lines with a few high pitch synths thrown in the mix. Wake up Moguls because this sample pack with get you out […]

  • How to get the Noah 40 Shebib Drake drum’s effect

    Drakes producer Noah “40” Shebib is monumental in creating that distinctive Drake sound. Shebib’s production has created a new style of “muffled” drums that many producers try to replicate.  In this tutorial I will show you how to get that popular filtered drum effect that you hear on most Drake records. It involves a lot of eq, compression, distortion […]

  • How to: Parallel compression – New York drums

    When it comes to processing drums, parallel compression is a technique that outputs incredible results using any DAW. The technique varies from application to application but the general idea is there. This effect originated from New York to produce larger than life sounding drums. The parallel compression track will be used to add a heavily compressed version of […]