Dance music master Miro Pajic is back giving up a bunch of his favorite electronic music production tips. Get that saturated analog sound, create dramatic rhythms, textures and more. It’s all here right in this course!
Miro Pajic is a name that's become synonymous with the bleeding edge of minimalist techno and house. A sought-after producer, remixer and DJ, his records on Harthouse, Tic Tac Toe and Items & Things have established him at the forefront of Berlin's underground scene.
It’s often a lot of little things that make the difference between a good track and a great one. In this course, Miro Pajic assembles some more of his favorite production tips that inspire you to take your dance tracks to a higher level.
You learn how to give your tracks that analog saturated vibe while keeping the punch. Miro then explores side chain compression, stacked FX returns and creative automation techniques. From there, you see how he makes absolutely anything into rhythm tracks, unique sound sequences and complex textures.
There seems to be no end to the intense creativity that electronic music producer and composer, Miro Pajic can concoct! So learn his techniques, see him in action and, most of all, experience the powerful potential of electronic music in the hands of a master dance music producer!
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Groovizm wrote on September 2, 2016
In these videos Miro shares with us a few of his tricks to get a professional sounding mix. His explanations are easy to grasp and his examples are inspiring.
Also, even though Miro explains his tips in Live, I don't think any of these tips is applicable to Live only. I'm on Logic Pro 9 myself and find most tips can be easily applied to Logic and 3rd party plugins I own. But It might be a bit harder to understand what he's doing if you've never worked in Live at all.
If you want to make a better mix and learn some tricks of the pro's and have some working knowledge of Live, then this series is wholeheartedly recommended!
Hindie wrote on January 18, 2016
An interesting course with a lot of creative tips, so you can create unique sounds.