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Tuesday, December 10, 2013

#Musicproduction: Recreate Fairlight CMI SARAAR Vocal Patch in Massive

When you’re trying to create vintage sounds in Massive, turn the global settings to ECO for a less polished sound. If you don’t know what a Fairlight CMI is click that link. It is the grandfather o...

#Musicproduction: Recreate Fairlight CMI SARAAR Vocal Patch in Massive


#Guitar: More Free Guitar Jam Tracks!

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A while ago I told you about Spotify and the large number of free guitar backing tracks that you can find available there.
This time I bring you another great site full of free guitar backing tracks. Guitar Jam Tracks is run by a fellow named Nick who is a curator of sorts that has collected backing tracks from all over YouTube and organized them onto his site.

#Guitar: More Free Guitar Jam Tracks!

#Photoshop: How to Make a Textured 3D Spray Can

In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to combine Illustrator and Photoshop to create a 3D, textured spray can. This tutorial requires some basic understanding of Illustrator and Photoshop as ...

#Photoshop: How to Make a Textured 3D Spray Can

#Photoshop: Create Default Type Styles in Photoshop CS6.1

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In Photoshop CS6, Adobe gave us the ability to create paragraph and character styles that we can apply to documents heavy in text. In CS6.1, they added support for Default Type Styles. You can now ...

#Photoshop: Create Default Type Styles in Photoshop CS6.1

#Photography: Using Framing in composition

25 Images Using Framing in Composition. Stuff for your inspiration.
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Framing is exactly as it implies: seeing your image through something that frames it such as: a doorway, a window, through leaves of a tree, etc. Framing your subject within a another is a strong...

#Photography: Using Framing in composition

#Photoshop: Create a Paint Brush in Photoshop

Creating still-life objects in Photoshop is often great practice for learning how to create other objects. In today’s tutorial we will demonstrate how to create a realistic-looking paint brush using layer styles, clipping masks, and the not-so-commonly-used blend if sliders.

#Photoshop: Create a Paint Brush in Photoshop

#Photoshop: A Clone Stamp Tool for Everyone

Are you new to Photoshop? Have you been trying to teach yourself the basics of Photoshop but have found the amount of educational material available on the net a bit overwhelming? We’ve published a lot of tutorials.

#Photoshop: A Clone Stamp Tool for Everyone


#Photography: Long exposure photography tutorial

“That Nikon Guy” aka Mark Granger does a great job of showing how to use long exposures in different situations to get some stunning effects. Make sure to watch all the way to the end for his extra...

#Photography: Long exposure photography tutorial


#Photoshop: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Photoshop Layers

You might be surprised what you don't know about Photoshop's Layers Panel. In this tutorial, we will share 10 incredibly useful layer editing and management techniques that most Photoshop users pro...

#Photoshop: 10 Things You Didn't Know About Photoshop Layers


#Lightroom Workflow - From Setup to a Finished Sunrise Photo

One of my favorite times of the day to photograph is sunrise. There’s just something about the peacefulness of being up before the sun, before most of the human world, that allows me to clear my he...

#Lightroom Workflow - From Setup to a Finished Sunrise Photo

#Photography: 9 Hot Winter Photography Tips @ Weeder

Winter is often the season that creates the most chaos on the roads. But it’s also my favorite time of your for photography. The world changes and takes on a magical, quieter and more peaceful appearance, which is great for capturing on camera.

#Photography: 9 Hot Winter Photography Tips @ Weeder

#Writing: Vice Versa and Vis-à-Vis

The following quotation appeared in a newspaper article about a school where parents are encouraged to visit their children’s classroom: the more parent visitors we have, the more they trust us and...

#Writing: Vice Versa and Vis-à-Vis