Release Year : 2016
Manufacturer : MacProVideo
Manufacturer Website : www.macprovideo.com/tutorial/dance-music-styles-112-house
Posted by : Adam Pollard
Duration : 01:27:56
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Language : English
Description : What is a house of music? What are its sound elements? Why does it sound distinctive from other dance music genres out there? How do you make it? Find the answers in this dance. Music styles of course Adam Pollard.
What is house music? What are its sonic elements? Why does it sound distinctive from other dance music genres out there? How do you produce it? Find the answers in this Dance Music Styles course by Adam Pollard.
There’s a plethora of unique dance music genres out there and it’s often hard to understand what makes them distinct. Sometimes it’s tempo. Sometimes it’s how the beats are constructed. Other times it’s a matter of form. More often than not, it’s about an overall vibe!
That’s why we brought in Multiplier, to “star” in our Dance Music Styles series of courses. Adam Pollard (AKA Multiplier) reveals all the ingredients of House music, with the deep insight that only a top-notch producer can provide. In this course, Adam puts House center stage and examines it beat-by-beat and track-by-track, providing you with the tools you need to produce your own, authentic House tracks.
So spend some time with EDM producer, Adam Pollard, and experience what House is all about. And be sure to watch all of Adam’s courses in our “dance-opedia” Dance Music Styles series!
1. Overview & Playthrough
2. Defining Features
3. Common Themes
4. Arrangements / Structure
3: Sound Design
7. White Noise SFX
4: Production Techniques
9. Building a House Beat: Pt. one
10. Building a House Beat: Pt. 2
11. House Bassline Groove
13. Delay Mix Automation
14. Deconstructing Another House Beat
5: How to Stand Out
16. Catchy Sing Along Hook
17. Hard Pan Percussion
18. Natural Ambience
6: Common Mistakes
19. Careless Compression
20. Too Much Quantization
Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720 (16: 9), 30.000 fps, ~ 132 Kbps avg, 0.005 bit / pixel
Audio : 44.1 KHz, AAC LC, 2 ch, ~ 96.0 Kbps