MP3dit is a tag editor for music files. This app can search for album art; fix split albums and song order; and change the artist, album and genre of all your songs. MP3dit can also edit entire albums or groups of files at the same time.
Extremely easy to use, MP3dit is a fully functional app that has the features professionals require yet it’s easy to download and use!
- Supports MP3, FLAC, OGG VORBIS, MP4, M4a, and M4p files
- Edits the music file so that any changes you make will stay with the file, even if the phone is turned off, or the file moves to another device.
- Edits the Android MediaStore so changes made to the mp3 file are automatically shown in all media players, without having to turn the phone off and on again
- Split albums will in most cases be automatically joined, just by selecting both albums and saving (As long as the Album Artist and the Album are set to the same thing)
- Adds/Edits Album Art, which can be found by taping the album artwork for a simple Google Image search, or a manual Google image search by long clicking on the Album Artwork
- Adds/Edits Song Title when only a single song is selected
- Adds/Edits Artist, Album Artist, Album
- Adds/Edits Genre which is shown as the actual Genre name, not a number that represents a genre, or you can choose a custom genre
- Edits song order through an easy to use drag and drop list
- Songs can be selected individually, or they can be selected as a group, or as a a set or groups of albums.
- Have songs that android is labelling ""? Then just open them and save them, and the files will be back to normal!
support for WMA
New ICS Holo interface
Support for adding/editing lyrics
Option to select only albums without cover art
If the app crashes when saving a song, contact me at email@example.com so I can find out what song is causing this issue, and fix it for everyone.
Steinberg's WaveLab has long been regarded as one of the most comprehensive 2-track editors in the audio world. It handles editing and mastering with flair while giving the musician, mixing engineer or producer all the tools and flexibility they need to get their work done quickly and efficiently. Our WaveLab Jedi expertly swoops and glides across every nook and cranny of the interface to reveal many useful tools—including its unique time stretching and compression capabilities. You'll also see (and hear) real time examples of inserts, appends and mixing of sonic material right inside WaveLab's workspace! All of these features will become an invaluable part of your sonic palette while you're busy crafting “The Perfect Mix”.
Master Matthew brings it home by applying a gradual fade-out to this 37-tutorial opus as he shows you the various types of metering tools available to you in WaveLab 7.
Table of contents:
2. Windows and Mac Controls
3. Why WaveLab 7.2 or Higher?
4. Configuring Your Computer
5. Arranging Your Studio Environment
6. A Word About Screen Resolution
7. The WaveLab Workspaces
8. Introduction to the Audio File Workspace
9. Tab Groups and Menus
10. The Master Section
11. Opening and Closing Audio Files
12. Locating and Zooming
13. The Markers and Markers Window
14. Selecting and Common Edit Commands
15. Saving Your Work
16. WaveLab's Dialog Box Behavior
17. Making Selections (or Not)
18. Changing Volume Levels
19. Applying Fades and Silence
20. Phase & DC Offset
21. Time Compression/Expansion & Pitch Editing
22. Convert Sample Rate
23. Paste and Insert Commands
24. Advanced Editing Commands
25. Why Use Meters?
26. VU Meter
27. The Phasescope
28. The Spectroscope
29. The Spectrometer
30. The Bit-Meter
31. The Oscilloscope
32. The Wavescope
33. Hide/Show Floating Meters
34. Meter Display Settings
35. The Control Window Workspace
36. Multi-Window Control Window
37. Adding More Tools and Tabs
The most complete and feature rich Android music tag editor/music player on the market!
Find missing album covers/lyrics and change artist and album names effortlessly, straight from your phone.
From Android 4.4 Kitkat and above. Google has restricted third party apps from writing to an external SD card.
This means that this app can no longer update music on an SD card on Kitkat and above.
You can either move your music collection to internal storage OR root your device and change your external storage permissions.
* Fix your music library, on your phone.
* Music player
* LRC Karaoke style lyrics scrolling/highlighting support (LRC format must be pasted into lyrics field) (Beta)
* Edit Id3 tags in MP3, OGG, FLAC, MP4, M4A, M4P, M4B, WAV, RA, RM, MPGA and WMA audio files.
* Auto fetch missing album covers.
* Search and save album covers/art from Google images (finds images for rare albums).
* Add album covers from sdcard.
* Batch tagging.
* Rename/delete files from id3 tag fields.
* Saves to both file and android media database.
* Audio playback (not FLAC or WMA audio).
* App2sd (store app on SD card)
* Supports MP3 ID3v1,ID3v11, ID3v2.2, v2.3 and v2.4 transparently, saves in v2.4.
* Browse by album, artist, song, genre, folders.
* Search by ID3 fields.
* Editable ID3 tag fields include: artist, title, album, artist album, genre, comment, track, track total, composer, lyrics, year, disc number.
* Search lyrics (artist & title and from text in lyrics)
* Auto fetch missing lyrics
* Fix garbled tags by changing character sets.
* Unfortunately, Google have blocked write access to external storage from kitkat (api level 19 and above). Media files would need to be on your internal storage. Or if you root your device, you can modify the external storage write permissions.
* Saves to both file id3 tag and Android music player database.
* The android music player only uses 1 album cover per album. Save one file in an album and the music player will show that album cover for all the tracks in the album.
* The missing album cover search selects the first result, if it is wrong you need to change it manually by clicking on the song.
* Does not edit all video file formats.
Any errors please submit an error report.
If you would like to help fix wrong translations, please send an email.
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OMD Sound Editor has two more features. You can record some sound in 3gp or WAV format and manipulate the sound.
Record: You can record any sound in 3gp and WAV format. If You record this sound in WAV format it is possible to pitch that sound while recording or after finished recording. All recorded sound can be cut and saved as a new sound file.
Cut: You can save some 3gp or WAV sound files to Your sd card into sound editors category folders and manipulate this sounds inside sound editors cutter modus. You can take out parts of a sound or just shorten them. This manipulated sounds could be saved as new sound files.
Create Midi: With the Midi Maker You can manipulate every instrument in length,strength and pitch. If You have manipulated a instrument, You can save this as Your own instrument. OMD Sound Editor also features many percussion instruments where You can do a background rhythm.
- no ads
- no limited length for generating midis
- more instruments
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Create an audio guide to a popular place, a located music composition/playlist, audio games, located poetry, or simply send geolocated audio messages to your friends.
Upload your audio files to your server or favourite hosting service (Dropbox, SkyDrive, etc), go to the desired location and start placing sounds around using the SonicMaps Editor mobile application. Then, you can easily publish and share your project with other users who will be able to experience your composition as they walk on the selected location.
Using the 3D audio engine option, sounds can be fixed to real world positions, so they are consistently perceived into space while rotating your device (panning) and levels are attenuated according to distance (intensity).
SonicMaps uses "on-site" editing, avoiding common inaccuracy problems in similar web-based services due to high buildings, maps displacements, etc.
✓ 3D Audio Engine
✓ "On-Site" editing using your iPhone/iPad
✓ Easy project publishing and sharing
✓ GPS tracking . Sounds are activated as you walk
✓ "Wi-Fi Preload / Progressive 3G" download options
Your device must have an ARMv7 processor in order to run this application. Please install the FREE "SonicMaps Player" version before you buy this editor and check compatibility.
* Requires an internet connection to download sounds and projects (Wifi or 3G)
* Audio files links must point to the actual file name which should be in the mp3 format (e.g. http://sonicmaps.org/sample.mp3). Short or encoded links are currently not supported.
Auto backup files to Dropbox. Multipane layout optimized for editing sounds and song files on tablets. Pinch zoom gesture.
High fidelity CD quality music and audio recorder for Android. Visual Audio Editing! You can edit and cut your recordings! Ringtone maker.
This is the easiest tool to record for professional musicians, college lectures, taking voice notes, sending voice messages.
You can loop your recordings and play along. A virtual loop pedal!
Nothing compares to the sound quality. Send recordings over email, or podcast instantly. Choose recording (from 48000 khz to 44.1 mhz which is CD quality and compression rates and as low as 8000 khz Pause Button. Plays and records in background so that you can listen to recordings while doing other tasks.
Saves in OGG, AAC and WAV formats. Audio Recorder. Blog. Facebook. Twitter. Share. Ringtones creator.
How to Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WSzGtscG6YA
How to Playback: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MYZjJdtizQg
How to Compress to MP3 using 3rd party app: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UR_F0LyLiUU
Now other Android developers can compress from WAV to OGG or AAC using HiFiCorder!
This is an easy and simple voice recorder, and this is a great music recorder. This is also an effective recorder for college lectures, medical notes doctors, lawyers notes , student lecture notes and recording your college professor in any topic such as economics, technology, recording technology, and recording studios. HiFiCorder is a recorder for memories, and a recorder for dreams.
-Multi pane layouts optimized for tablets
-Auto backup files to the cloud
-Faster AAC Encoding!
-Cleaner Holo Theme
-Improved Audio quality
-Landscape mode / Tablet Support
-Ogg Encoding is now realtime, no more waiting for "compressing" dialog to finish!
-AAC Encoding has been introduced! AAC encoding is realtime on Android 3.1 and above!
-Auto-detection of files inside the HiFiRecordings directory!
With this APP, you can search your favorite music and preview online(advise to use WiFi). And also you can easily manage your music including play, categorize, delete and so on.
Note: This App don't support music download .But we keep the search and preview music. The App supports download music lyric function. Meanwhile, we use the open source code to improve the ringtone editor, let you edit ringtone more convenience and esaily.
1.search music by public search engine and preview online(Don't support music download).
2. cut MP3 to a ringtone, customize yourself. And save it at /sdcard/music_box, users could find them in the list of Ringtones.
3. category music to three list: All Songs, Favourite, Ringtone.
4. music player,support play music background.
5. User can download lyrics from Internet.
6. Top music 100 From Jamendo,play them online.
7. Edit Mp3 ID3 Tags Information
Supported audio file formats:
- MP3, MP2, MP1, WAV, AIFF
- AAC, MP4, ALAC (Apple Lossless)
- Monkey's Audio, Musepack, WavPack
- Flac, Ogg Vorbis, Opus Audio Codec
- MO3, IT, XM, S3M, MTM, MOD, UMX music modules
- True gapless playback
- Cross-fading option
- 6 band equalizer
- Loading and saving of playlists
- Listen to internet radio stations
- Option to bookmark internet streams (radio stations, casts)
- Connect to MP3 Stream Editor's cast server
- Control the cast (play/pause/stop/previous/next)
- Download currently playing song
Tag standards supported, including cover arts:
- ID3v1 tag
- ID3v2 tag
- APEv2 tag
- MP4 tag
- Flac tag
- Ogg Flac tag
- Ogg Vorbis tag
- Opus tag
id3 tags editor
Edit Music Title, Album Artist and Album cover art using simple interface
Search for your music by Album or by list of songs
Finding and editing songs made easy by quickly finding music grouped in albums
Nice design interface to edit your music files
Make your music look good
How to use:
Left (source) panel used to select a track, which will be placed into selected location in the right (result) panel. Long press item in the right panel to remove track from playlist. In this way, you can quickly move the tracks in the list.
Chorditor is a tool for chord search, add, edit, play, compose, etc.
There are 2 main features.
1. Guitar Chord Chart
- simple/easy to browse chords
- showing all variations by one touch
- expandable/customizable chords
- backup/restore chord database
- split chord
- left/right hander
- horizontal/vertical view
- capo setting
- capture and send chord as image
- strum all chords
- color setting
- compose song by chord
- edit tools : save, open, input, delete, copy, paste, undo, redo,...
- lyrics input
- time signature, tempo and key change options
- play all or selected chord units
- add/edit chord playing pattern (In-App Purchase)
- chord sheet music
*. most of features are free to use except 'inputting/editting patterns'
*. In-App purchase 'Premium Upgrade' removes ads and enables 'inputting/editting patterns'.
This app will let you create new playlists in the classic way:
- selecting your favorite album
- selecting the song you love the most of your favorite artist
But it will even let you create a playlist selecting all the songs you saved in a specific folder on your SD card!
This will let you create easily and quilckly your playlist even if you have never set all the meta-information (title, artist, album, ecc) of your mp3 files.
This app will also let you edit your existing playlist, in order to keep them updated to your tastes!
It has even a backup & restore functionality, that will let you restore your playlists very quickly after a phone reset.
The format used to backup is the standard m3u in the folder "EasyPlaylist Backup".
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You are free to create your own ringtone from mp3 sound files . Set as ringtone , alarm ,
notice file or music file.
Key Features :
1 , MP3 , WAV , AAC , AMR and support other audio files
2 , Easy to play back music files mp3
3 , Select a music in your library and go to the edit page .
4 , Cut the music file is selected and quickly .
5 , Create ringtones , alarms , notifications from your own songs
6 , Quickly search your ringtones and sound files
7 , Integrated with the operating system , set the ringtone started out as a direct default
8 , Can also be used as a music editor .
The file format
Thank you for using Sound Editor ! .
This app is based on Ringdroid code, and licensed under the Apache License.
Ringdroid code: http://code.google.com/p/ringdroid/
Apache License, Version 2.0: http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0.html
Create your own ringtone, alarm, or notification sound from an existing audio file. You can get any ringtone you want.
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Its easy to make your own alarm tones, caller tones, and notification tones.
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So just what IS new in PT10? Pro Tools 10 has 32-bit floating point architecture. What does this mean? Well, how about a virtually distortion proof, unlimited amount of internal dynamic range! Pro Tools 10 also has Clip-Based volume automation. Check out Bill’s video on this awesome feature to see how to devolve and chop up some sweet beats. Pro Tools 10 also comes with some new instruments and FX which Bill unleashes to construct some nasty, sounding loops.
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Learning a new language can be very fun and rewarding. With the right tools and the right resources, you set yourself for success right away! This is exactly what Elisabeth Robson and Eric Freeman give you in this HTML5 & CSS QuickLook Guide.
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12. Media Library
13. Final Output
Flex Pitch, MIDI FX, Drum Kit Designer, Track Stacks, Retro Synth, new Channel Strips, Mixer and Logic Remote. Need we say more? These are just a few of the big new features that, along with hundreds of workflow enhancements, make this new version of Logic one of the most feature-packed DAWs on the planet.
In this FREE “What’s New” course, Steve H and David Earl take you step-by-step through all of the new plugins, instruments and major features. You’ll see what the buzz is all about and how these enhancements will take your music to all kinds of new places.
Dive into the MIDI FX that bring advanced MIDI manipulation right to the channel strips. Learn about the Free Logic Remote iPad app and the power of its intelligent, multi-touch second screen, exclusively built for Logic Pro X.
Check out Drummer – Logic’s new A.I. humanoid beat creator with all of its multiple personalities and kits. Speaking of kits, bang on the new Drum Kit Designer with its plethora of professionally recorded, multi-track collections of drum kits. Then, explore the new Retro Synth with its easy-to-get-to controls featuring an array of synthesis from analog to wave table.
Table of Contents:
1. Introducing Logic Pro X
2. Let’s Take a Tour
3. Track Stacks
4. Working With Tracks
5. Audio Editing
6. Overview of MIDI FX
7. MIDI Effects in Action
8. Retro Synth
9. Vintage Electric Piano
10. Vintage Clav
11. Vintage B3 Organ
12. Bass Amp Designer
13. Logic Remote
14. Flex Pitch
16. Smart Controls
Creating multi-track compositions on the iPad is one of the most satisfying things you can do as a modern musician. Portability, usability and intimacy come together and create a one-of-a-kind experience and GarageBand for iPad is a feature-rich iOS DAW built specifically to integrate into the iPad’s DNA. In this course you watch as Rishabh's dexterous fingers move deftly on the iPad's multi-touch screen and show you all the amazing possibilities that this breakthrough software offers.
You'll learn how simple and intuitive it is to manipulate, customize and perform on the multitude of software instruments available in GarageBand for iPad. Have a guitar, bass or microphone? By simply connecting an audio interface to the iPad, you can record your ideas right into GarageBand and go from there: adding FX, splitting, trimming and looping your tracks and then mixing them together to create a full-blown jam.
Speaking of jam, how about creating your very own Jam Session? Watch as Rishabh (whose tapping skills blow you away) walks you through the simple steps that get you performing with other musicians while recording at the same time.
You're about to get deeply inspired thanks to Rishabh's vast knowledge of the amazing GarageBand for iOS. Have fun!
Table of contents:
2. Track Types
3. Navigating a Song
4. Track Settings
5. Song Sections
6. Song Files
7. Settings Options
8. Working with Loops
9. MIDI and Region Editing
10. Merging Audio tracks
11. Drum Instrument Layout
12. Drum Sounds
14. Merge Recordings
15. Smart Drums
16. Keyboard Instrument Layout
18. Keyboard Sounds
19. Synth Sounds
20. Smart Keys
21. Smart Bass
22. Smart Guitar
23. The Guitar Amp
24. Smart Strings
25. The Sampler
26. The Audio Recorder
27. Exporting to GarageBand for the Mac
28. Importing Audio to the iPad
29. The Jam Session Feature
In this 6.5-hour Ableton Live 8 tutorial-video by Lead macProVideo.com trainer Bill Burgess, you'll learn incredible tips, tricks, and workflow techniques that will help you become a master of Live 8.
The tutorial begins with an exploration of the Ableton Live 8 interface and a detailed section on setting up your external studio gear to work seamlessly with Live. Once your gear is connected and talking to Live 8, you'll move on to explore file management, working with tempo, and other basics of audio production.
Next, the tutorial gets deep into the killer features of Ableton Live 8, including using Warp Markers to alter the tempo and pitch of loops—the foundation of Live's amazing audio abilities!
You'll then explore recording audio, working with MIDI and Live 8's included instruments, using device racks and adding DSP effects to your song, mixing techniques, and finally, some incredible videos on automating Live so your songs evolve over time.
The tutorial ends with a section on creating live sets in Ableton Live 8. You'll learn how to incorporate the much-hyped APC-40 into your sets, and even explore working with video in your Live shows.
1 Why Ableton Live is The Future of Music
2 Musicians & Producers Start Performing
3 Performers & DJ's Start Producing
4 Which Version of Live
5 Installation & Registration
6 Update Live via The Help Menu
7 Confirm What's Installed
8 Installing Live Packs
9 Open a Live Set
10 Setting Up Audio Interfaces
11 Optimizing Your Audio Interface
12 Playing Instruments with your Computer Keyboard
13 Playing Instruments with External USB Keyboards
14 Look & Feel
15 The Session View Part 1
16 The Session View Part 2
17 The Arrangement View
18 Recording from the Session to the Arrangement
19 The Transport
21 Navigating the Arrangement View
22 Navigating the Browser
23 Copy, Move & Manage Files
24 Search & Bookmark
25 Loading Sample CD's & Live Sets
26 What You Need to Know About Saving
27 Tap & Nudge Tempo
28 Setting Up Live to Send and Receive Tempo
29 Audio Analysis & Tempo
30 Setting Up a Cue Mix & a Crossfader
31 Loading Multiple Clips
32 Warp Modes & Preferences 1
33 Warp Modes & Preferences 2
34 Understanding Warp Markers 1
35 Understanding Warp Markers 2
36 Creative Warp Marks
37 Creative Warp Modes
38 Quantizing Audio
39 Quantize Audio Using Groove Pool
40 Cropping & Reversing Audio
41 Using Third Party Sample Editors
42 Editing Clip Envelopes
43 Copy, Paste & Un-Linking Envelopes
44 Adding Envelopes From The Groove Pool
45 Scrambling Beats with Envelopes
46 Slice an Audio Clip into a MIDI Instrument
47 Setting Up Inputs, Metronome & Recording Preference...
48 Recording into the Arrangement
49 Loop Recording in the Arrangement
50 Comping Several Takes into One Clip
51 Recording into the Session View
52 Record Using Looper 1
53 Record Using Looper 2
54 Record & Resample Audio Between Tracks
55 The Power of Live Devices
56 Loading Instruments & Hot Swapping Sounds
57 Configuring External MIDI Instruments
58 Recording MIDI into the Arrangement
59 Recording MIDI into the Session
60 Overdubbing Quantized MIDI
61 The MIDI Note Editor 1
62 The MIDI Note Editor 2
63 Quantizing MIDI & Using the Groove Pool
64 Recording MIDI from One Track to Another
65 MIDI Effects
66 Managing MIDI Files
67 Four Types of Device Racks
68 The Live Devices & the Drag On 1
69 The Live Devices & the Drag On 2
And More ...
Editing audio requires that rare combination of artistry and skill. The is knowing how to listen and use your imagination. The comes from understanding waveforms and mastering your editing tools. In this collection of AVID Learning Partner tutorial-videos you’ll learn all the basic methods and tools to begin cutting audio in Pro Tools 10.
It starts right off with a deep section on Fades. You’ll learn about the different kinds of fades as well as when and how to employ them.
Then come Clips. You’ll get familiar with Separating and Consolidating and learn how to use the Clip List and see how Clip Groups can help you organize the editing process. There’s even a bonus section on Nudging and Time Stretching. But even cooler is Clip Gain! Now in Pro Tools 10, every Clip has its own built-in gain automation and Scott teaches you how use Clip Gain to add that extra artistry to you edit sessions!
Finally there’s a collection of videos on Pro Tools’ very cool Audio Suite processing.
Whether you're focussed on getting your AVID Certification or brushing up on your audio editing chops, study up right here at macProVideo.com—an AVID Learning Partner—and master the basics of audio editing in Pro Tools 10.
Check out all of macProVideo.com’s AVID Learning Partner Pro Tools 10 tutorials and our ever-expanding collection of advanced Pro Tools tutorials by Grammy Award-winning engineers, industry pros and AVID Certified Pro Tools instructors.
Table of Contents:
2. Fade Ins and Fade Outs
4. Batch Fades
5. Editing Fade Ins and Fade Outs
6. Editing Crossfades
7. A Few More Things About Fades
9. The Clip List
10. Finding and Replacing Clips
11. Placing Clips
12. Sync Points
13. Clearing Clips
14. Renaming Clips
15. Displaying Clip Information
17. Locking and Muting
18. Clip Groups
19. Separating and Consolidating
20. Looping and Repeating
21. Shifting and Nudging
22. Strip Silence
23. Introduction to Time Stretching
25. Introduction to Clip Gain
26. Editing Clip Gain
27. More About Clip Gain
29. AudioSuite Processing
30. The AudioSuite Window
31. Adding Handles
32. Gain and Reverb
34. Thanks for Watching!
Iain kicks off this Illustrator tutorial by showing you how to work with basic Lines and Shapes, but quickly delves deeper by demonstrating the advanced attributes of Strokes, Fills and Gradients. In a very short time, you will have a thorough understanding of the intrinsic power of these components.
Iain then moves on to show you the power of the Pen tool. Along the way, he also shares many of his special Pen tricks on how to best modify Bézier Paths.
While creating drawing objects is important, anyone who has used a traditional eraser shield knows how important precise erasing techniques can be. Iain shows you his favorite Illustrator tricks and shows you the tools you need for accurate erasing and deleting. With these methods, you will be able to partially or completely erase and edit drawing objects with ease and confidence.
When it comes time to organizing your graphic art work, Iain’s expert advice on good Grouping and Layering practices in Illustrator will make your life a lot easier and get you working faster. He goes in-depth in this area and will make you an expert organizer in no time.
Next, Iain shows you how to Transform objects. He demonstrates a variety of techniques that use both the basic tools as well as the more advanced and powerful commands and functions available in Illustrator CS6.
Since Text is such a critical part of creating most illustrations, Ian then discusses and demonstrates the uses of point text, paragraph text as well as how to place text along a curving path. In this section, you'll also find out how easy and fast it is to convert text items to Outlines so you can apply all the techniques you have learned to these new graphical objects.
To cap the tutorial off nicely, Iain puts it all together in a “mini-project” that shows you how to apply everything you’ve learned up to this point by producing a simple but professional logo design.
Table of contents:
2. Introducing the Interface
3. Document Setup Basics
4. Basic Tools
9. Advanced Strokes
12. the Pen Tool and Bezier Paths
13. Pen Tips & Tricks
14. Erasing and Deleting
15. Grouping and Layers - Part 1
16. Grouping and Layers - Part 2
17. Transforming with Tools
18. Advanced Transforms
19. Text Basics
20. Type on a Path
21. Converting to Outlines
22. Make a Logo Recap
23. Saving and Exporting
Following in the footsteps of his excellent QuickLook Guide, Master composer Thomas Goss is back with a comprehensive course that will teach you how to create beautiful lead sheets, complete with lyrics and chord symbols! Having an easy-to-read lead sheet makes all the difference leading to an inspired performance where everything clicks and where the musicians and audience enjoy every moment.
A well-crafted lead sheet gives instrumentalists and singers a lot of useful info, from melody and harmony to lyrics and dynamics as well as style and tempo indications—so that everyone in the band is on the same page. Thomas covers them all with a composer’s minutia. He demonstrates how quickly and efficiently you can enter notes using different techniques, whether it's your computer keyboard, your favorite USB controller, or a combination of the two! You'll be able to follow along and create your first Sibelius project with Master Goss as your guide. Thomas then wraps it all up by giving you a taste of what's to come in this exciting in-depth series of courses covering all aspects of Sibelius 7.
Table of contents:
2. Opening Sibelius
3. Setting Up a New Score
4. Navigating the Ribbon
5. The Panels Menu
6. Keypad Panel and Zoom Slider
7. Exploring the Keypad Functions
8. Note Input Using the Mouse
9. Playback and The Transport Panel
10. The File Tab and Saving Your Score
11. Basic Editing
12. Adjusting Text
13. Barlines and Irregular Bars
14. Note Input Using Keyboard Panel
15. Note Input Using Fretboard Panel
16. Note Input Using the Computer Keyboard
17. Alternate Input Method with Keyboard
18. Note Input Using a USB Device
19. Touch-Up Editing
20. Adding Lyrics
21. Entering Chord Symbols
22. Finalizing Our Lead Sheet
23. Conclusion and What's Ahead
In this first of a series of tutorials by Native Instruments Product Specialist, Matt Cellitti takes you through everything you need to know to get started with Maschine. You’ll get a grand tour of Maschine’s hardware and software interfaces. Here you’ll learn how to set it up, get around and begin making music. This tutorial displays both the software interface and the Maschine controller at the same time so that you get a complete look at how these two integrated pieces work as a unit!
First, Matt explains the software’s different workspaces: the Browser, Arranger, Control and Pattern Editor. You’ll learn how you can efficiently use these software tools to maximize your creativity and workflow. Next he explores the hardware. You’ll learn all the controls on this dynamic desktop instrument and how to perform advanced editing functions and make music using Maschine’s menus, controllers and pads.
Now it’s time to record. You’ll soon understand the ins and outs of recording and performing masterful MIDI patterns in Machine’s unique production interface. Matt goes on to explain the different quantizing algorithms and cool overdubbing techniques.
What about arranging? Matt takes you there in the next section as he shows you all of Maschine’s thoughtfully implemented tools for quickly creating complex arrangements. There’s even a bonus section on automation and creating fills.
If you want to learn about Maschine, then learn it from the best “Maschinist” on the planet! Join Matt Cellitti in this first of a 3-part series, “Maschine Quickstart” and
master this hardware/software hybrid monster in no time flat!
Table of Contents:
1. What is Maschine?
2. Setting Preferences
3. The Browser
4. The Arranger
5. The Control Area
6. The Pattern Editor
7. Maschine's Hardware Controller - Part 1
8. Maschine's Hardware Controller - Part 2
9. Browsing Groups
10. Browsing Sounds
11. Recording a Pattern
14. Scene Arranging - Part 1
15. Scene Arranging - Part 2
16. Automation and Fills
17. Step Sequencing - Part 1
18. Step Sequencing - Part 2
20. Exporting - Part 1
21. Exporting - Part 2
Media Composer is back with tons of new features and a great new lookand feel. In this “What’s New” tutorial by Media Composer expert Jeff Greenberg, you’ll get a professional’s look at all of Media Composer 6’s new features. Jeff starts out with a thorough look at the user interface changes in MC6. In the first part of this tutorial, you’ll be introduced to the new Bin and Bin Layouts. Jeff then gets into the Workspace where you’ll learn about Workspace customizations, its linking capabilities and how to map different Workspaces to your keyboard.
Next, Jeff gets into the editorial changes. You’ll discover the Smart tool and learn how to make it even smarter. He then explains Avid Media Acces (AMA) which makes transcoding a thing of the past! Then there’s surround, pan and zoom changes, email notifications for rendering and the new Avid Marketplace where you can shop directly for your stock footage needs!
Jeff’s concluding videos in this course are all about working in 3D in MC6. He explains in great detail all the need-to-knows for anyone who wants to work with Stereoscopic footage.
Table of Contents:
2. Interface Settings
3. Bin Changes
4. Creating Bin Layouts
5. What Is A Workspace
6. Customizing Workspaces
7. Linking Workspaces To Named Settings
8. Linking Workspaces To Source/Record, Effects and Tri...
9. Linking Workspaces To Bin Layouts
10. Mapping Workspaces To The Keyboard
11. The Smart Tool
12. Making The Smart Tool "Smarter"
13. Avid Media Access (AMA) Changes
14. Handling ProRes Natively
15. General Surround Sound Workflow
16. Composer Monitor Data
17. Email Notifications
18. Pan And Zoom Effect Changes
19. Using The Marketplace Foe Stock Footage
20. Creating A 3D Stereoscopic Project
21. Linking to 3D Stereoscopic Footage Via AMA
22. Creating 3D Stereoscopic Clips
23. Editing Stereoscopic Clips
24. Correcting Color And Convergence Issues
25. Depth Transitions
26. Exporting Stereoscopic Clips
From lush reverbs and delays to massive Distortion, Overdrives and Filters, Guitar Rig 5 Pro has got it all! In this 31-video tutorial, macProVideo Lead Trainer Mo Volans takes you on a journey through Native Instruments' amazing collection of meticulously crafted effects and studio processors.
Guitar Rig is super versatile and can be used on pretty much any track in your project: vocals, synth, bass, stereo bus, anything! Master Mo kicks it off by showing you NI's Solid EQ and Solid Bus Compressor. This is where you'll learn how to use parallel compression in your mix and how to use the Solid Bus Compressor in your mastering session. From there you'll see how Mo uses compression on vocals to make 'em smooth as silk.
Don't miss Mo's master class on how Guitar Rig can be employed for Beat slicing and mashing! He then unveils the amazingly flexible Reflektor Reverb and shows you how to use LFOs to create dizzying Auto-Wah effects.
Is there anything Guitar Rig can't do? We don't think so! If you've been looking to spice up your productions using some of the best FX processors in the world, you've come to the right tutorial. Let Expert Mo Volans show you how to use NI's Guitar Rig take your music to new sonic heights!
Table of contents:
1. Guitar Rig In Your DAW
2. The Studio Processor Concept
3. What You'll Need To Follow Along
4. The Solid Mix Series Range
5. The Solid EQ In Action
6. Applying Solid Dynamics
7. The Solid Bus Comp
8. Parallel Compression and Side-Chaining
9. The Solid Bus Compressor For Mastering
10. The Vintage Compressors
11. Slamming with VC76
12. Smoothing Vocals with the VC2A
13. Adding Character With The VC160
14. Introducing Traktor's 12
15. Filters And Distortions
16. Reverb And Delay
17. Stretchers And Gates
18. The Beat Slicer And Masher
19. The Transient Master
20. The Reflektor Reverb
21. Guitar Processors As Production Effects
22. Distortions, Overdrives And Beyond
23. Modulation Heaven
24. Delays, Reverbs, Filters And EQ
25. What Are The Modifiers?
26. Using The LFO For Auto-Wah effects
27. The Envelope
28. The Analog and Step Sequencers
29. The Input Level Modifier
30. Using Containers
31. Splitters, Crossovers and The Final Mix