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Friday, February 14, 2014

#Musicproduction: Making a Heavy NI Massive Sub Bass - Native Instruments Massive tutorials

This NI Massive sub bass is a heavy-hitting sound that will deliver some serious impact to your beats! Like the other recent sneak peeks we’ve offered up lately, this will show you the bare bones v...

#Musicproduction: Making a Heavy NI Massive Sub Bass - Native Instruments Massive tutorials

#Musicproduction: Drums in NI Massive - Sample Selection, and Grooves

We’re always looking for better ways to improve our content, give back to the community, and create awesome music! Remember to leave a comment to let us know what you think about the video, how you...

#Musicproduction: Drums in NI Massive - Sample Selection, and Grooves

#Photoshop: How to Add Realistic Falling Snow to a Photo in Photoshop

Falling snowflakes are a great way to make your winter photography much more interesting. Sometimes, the weather doesn’t cooperate however, and you have to turn to Photoshop to get the job done. In...

#Photoshop: How to Add Realistic Falling Snow to a Photo in Photoshop

#Musicproduction: Emulating a Throwback 80s Style NI Massive Bass Synth

Take this NI Massive bass synth in a new direction by switching OSC1 to a Pulse-Saw PWM wavetable! Today we look at how to use one of the lesser used wavetables in NI Massive to recreate a classic ...

#Musicproduction: Emulating a Throwback 80s Style NI Massive Bass Synth

#Writing: Good vs. Well, Bad vs. Badly

Do you cringe when you ask someone “How are you?” and the person replies, “I’m good”? Perhaps, like me, you are expecting the response to be “I’m well, thank you,” and the “I’m good” offends your e...

#Writing: Good vs. Well, Bad vs. Badly

#Photography: The Process of Taking a Photo

After teaching photography for a number of years and constantly documenting myself on the subject, I often find educational material being all the same and just a little bit boring. Then I stumbled...

#Photography: The Process of Taking a Photo

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: How to track a screen in mocha!

mocha AE workflow is designed around a project structure. It is good practice to only work on one shot per project file to minimize layer management and to keep the work streamlined.
The basic tracking workflow for mocha is:….

#AfterEffects #Filmproduction: How to track a screen in mocha!

#Musicproduction: Emulating a Throwback 80s Style NI #Massive Bass Synth

Take this NI Massive bass synth in a new direction by switching OSC1 to a Pulse-Saw PWM wavetable! Today we look at how to use one of the lesser used wavetables in NI Massive to recreate a classic ...

#Musicproduction: Emulating a Throwback 80s Style NI #Massive Bass Synth

#Photography: The Essence of Masculinity – Portraits of Men

We are at the end of our two week Portrait Deep Dive and I thought I’d end it with one more portrait collection for you. Last week we had Inspiring Portraits of Women, this week it’s the mens’ turn...

#Photography: The Essence of Masculinity – Portraits of Men

#Musicproduction: Filters and You: IIR Filters

Though they're one of the most basic tools available to audio engineers, we don't often think about filters. At best, we may think about whether to use a low-pass or high-shelf filter. There is a l...

#Musicproduction: Filters and You: IIR Filters

#Lightroom: 7 Steps to Great Black & Whites in Lightroom 5

In the quick tutorial below, Levi Sim shows us the workflow he uses to create black and white images using the increasingly popular Lightroom 5. The tutorial is easy to follow and offers profession...

#Lightroom: 7 Steps to Great Black & Whites in Lightroom 5

#SocialMedia: How to Stop a Social Media Crisis

It can be hard to remember the digital world before real-time; the speed at which conversations and stories race through the Internet and their momentum add a new dimension to reputation management...

#SocialMedia: How to Stop a Social Media Crisis