macProVideo has released two new digital audio sampling tutorial videos: Logic 102: Exploring the ESX24 and Keymap 101: Core Redmatica Keymap.
The EXS24 is the workhorse sampler that sits at the base of many modern musical compositions. With its ability to stream digital samples directly off of your computer's hard drive, the EXS24 is an extremely powerful studio tool. macProVideo.com's new "Logic 102: Exploring the ESX24" tutorial-videos will show you how to get the most out of this sampler.
In this tutorial program, Professor David Dvorin demonstrates essential ESX24 sampling skills including how to build your own custom EXS24 instruments. In fact, by the end of this tutorial you'll be able to confidently create realistic multi-sample instruments using zone and velocity mapping.
Creating complex, multi-layered sampler instruments can be a real time-consuming chore that eats up hours of valuable production time. Thankfully, Redmatica software has brought us Keymap, and macProVideo.com has released a new "Keymap 101: Core Redmatica Keymap" tutorial to help you along your way.
Keymap is a production tool that makes it easy to create multi-sampled instruments. More than just a simple patch editor, Keymap lets you edit sample duration, loop points, and fades to create realistic sampled sounds. There's also a host of time-saving automatic sample mapping features called Magic Pads that make it a breeze to set-up multi-zone sample patches. And if that's not enough, the icing on the Keymap cake is its Harmonic Re-Synthesis tools that can be used to pitch correct off-tune vocals or create dramatic and unique effects for your sampled sounds.
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