This Allan Morrow – Trance Oneshots & FX video tutorial will show you exactly how Allan Morrow creates his Oneshots & FX for a driving Trance track.
When having a kick and bass just playing on its own it’s great to complement it with some Oneshots & FX to fill out space and create some atmosphere & interest. When trying to recreate some of the effects you hear in modern Trance tracks it can be very confusing unless you know how. Watch as Allan shows you how to make it a much easier process with this in-depth video tutorial.
– Mapping out where the FX & Oneshots go.
– Choosing your FX to fit your track.
– Manipulating samples to make them your own.
– Effecting your FX so they cohesively work together.
– EQ, panning & FX.
– FX structure & layout.
– Creating effects from other parts of your track.
– Transition FX.
– Creating a groove with your FX.
– Choosing a drive effect.
& much, much more!
***Please note the kick and bass in the audio sample isn’t created in the video tutorial.
Allan Morrow – International Trance DJ/Producer. Tracks signed to labels such as Armada, Blackhole Recordings, Discover Records, Kearnage Recordings, Mental Asylum Records, Pure Trance, Outburst Records & Many more!
Yes, all the technique you will learn in these videos can be implemented into your own DAW.
The tutorial is done using only Logic Pro X plugins, Sylenth1, Kick Start, & Samples but you can use any VST’s, Sidechain tool or samples you like to re-create.
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Hi Allan. O just want yo thank you for they tutoriales. They we're just what I needed to improve my productions, and helped me understanding better some of the key things that make a trance production sound profesional.
I learned lots of interesting new tips using these types of samples
What an absolute class act Mr Morrow is. Showing us how to do the things he knows is nothing less than remarkable. Everything you need to know is in this with Trance one shots. Again top tutorial from a top producer. 10/10 thanks again Allan
Iäó»ve always struggled with those stab hit effects and this tutorial by Allan really shows you new techniques on making hits and stabs interesting and to give your track life.
As always Allan explains everything clearly and I like the fact itäó»s recorded as he goes along because you can never pull it off from the offset, which makes you understand what might not work for your track.