Allan Morrow – Trance Melody / Pads & Breakdown Video Tutorial [Audio Preview]
This Allan Morrow – Trance Melody / Pads & Breakdown Video Tutorial [2 hours] will show you how to approach a breakdown and how to approach writing melodies and pads without having much musical knowledge.
– How to create a professional sounding trance melody.
– melody composition and writing.
– Building pads that work with your melody.
– Layer and picking sounds that work with each other.
– Understanding what sounds right and wrong.
– Use of automation to create tension and impact.
– Taking different routes to get the right sound & knowing when to delete a sound.
– Mixing FX & EQ.
& much, much more!
Yes, all the technique you will learn in this video you can implement into your own DAW.
The tutorial is done using only Logic Pro X plugins, LFO tool but you can use any of your preferred plugins to re-create your own Piano & Vocal Adlibs.
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***All of the techniques used can be used in any DAW of your choice!***
Excellent quality tutorials, it really helps to have a visual demonstration as well as the audio. The explanations as Allan is doing his thing, really helps to understand what he is doing and why. Even if you don't class yourself as being new to Music production, I still think you can learn a lot from these tutorials. Highly recommend.
Phenomenal Tutorials. My productions are starting to sound more professional with each episode. Thanks Allan
Amazing in depth tutorial easy to understand and if there is something you don’t know he will give you a run down on how to do it amazing
Ver very informative tutorial. Fantastic little bits of info to help you finish your track. Every penny well spent. Top tutorial Allan
I thought for a long time whether I should buy a course. Have not regretted my decision. I haven't been able to watch every lesson yet, 17 hours + 😁 But what I was able to see brought me a lot further in production. So I'm looking forward to the next lessons. Thank you very much Allan