Published on Jun 27, 2018

Get a general overview of Iconica Sections & Players, and learn how you work with key switches, the tuning scale and round robin controls. We will also show you how to create multi-patches for a huge and ready-to-use sound. Iconica is a HALion library which can be used with the free HALion Sonic SE plug-in (VST, AAX, AU) or with HALion Sonic SE 3 and HALion 6. Learn more about Iconica Sections & Players or check out the trial at: https://steinberg.net/iconica Library Navigation : 1:00 Tuning Scales: 8:12 Mic Positions : 8:21 Creating Multi Patches : 9:45 VST Note Expression: 13:24 VST Expression Maps: 16:02 We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment and tell us what you think. Thank you. Your Steinberg YouTube Team Check out the trial version of HALion and lay hands on the exciting features HALion has to offer: https://www.steinberg.net/en/products… Get more detailed information on VST from our website: https://www.steinberg.net/vst Buy VST instruments and effects in the Steinberg Online Shop: https://www.steinberg.net/en/shop/vst… Whether you require assistance with registration and activation/re-activation through our support forums and Knowledge Base support articles or simply want to read the latest support news, you can find all information in one place: https://helpcenter.steinberg.de Also make sure to… Like our Facebook page and stay informed on insights, news, announcements and updates, events and live streams. Follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/steinberg Subscribe to our dedicated VST YouTube channel and learn the ropes of using VST products by watching practical video tutorials and other interesting features: https://www.youtube.com/VST_virtual_s… On Twitter, stay up to date with latest news, updates and special offers anytime and anywhere: https://twitter.com/steinbergmedia Follow us on Instagram for full picture coverage on launch events, trade shows and other exciting occasions: https://www.instagram.com/steinbergmedia Check out our SoundCloud profile and listen to the many demo tracks we’ve got listed there: https://soundcloud.com/steinbergmedia

 

 

 

 

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Learn more about Berklee Online’s SONAR online courses: http://bit.ly/1hEs3hQ

In this online music production clinic, learn how to create, edit, master, and more using Cakewalk’s SONAR X3 with Craig Anderton, a renowned music technologist and producer, and Chief Magic Officer for Gibson Brands.

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Learn more about Loudon’s Berklee Online courses:
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In this online clinic, Berklee Assistant Professor and online course author/instructor Loudon Stearns takes an in-depth look at the craft of commercial composition, mixing, and production with iZotope Product Specialist, freelance composer, and Berklee alum Brandon Carroll.

Media production for TV, radio, and film is driven by creative briefs accompanied by tight deadlines. Brandon uses iZotope’s Alloy 2, Stutter Edit, and Ozone 5 in Logic Pro X to demonstrate meeting a real-world creative brief, using a variety of mixing tips, compositional techniques, and mastering know-how. Learn how to quickly make a mix pop and stand out among a sea of competing demos with these essential tricks.

To follow along, download free 10-day trials of Alloy 2, Stutter Edit, and Ozone 5 here:
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Join us for an inspiring interview with Mark Isham. His music & movie soundtracks are in film after film: A River Runs Through It, Crash, to Reservation Road. From His IMDb: “From his days as one of the pioneering icons of electronic music to his current status as a world-renowned legendary film composer, Mark Isham continues to be one of the most prolific and provocative artists on the scene. His gift for creating unforgettable melodies and his love of fresh, innovative sonic palettes have earned Isham many awards including a Grammy, an Emmy, and a Clio, in addition to multiple Grammy, Academy Award and Golden Globe nominations for his material both as a composer and a recording artist.”

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The AlphaSphere is a new electronic musical instrument developed by award-winning technology company nu desine based out of Bristol, UK. Adam Place, founder of nu desine, was in the United States recently and visited Dubspot NYC, where he showcased the performance possibilities of the AlphaSphere and explained how he came up with the idea to create a brand-new instrument. The AlphaSphere was nominated for Stuff Magazine’s Design of the Year as part of the Gadget Awards 2012 (alongside inventions by Google, Microsoft, and Nokia) and has been referred to as one of “the world’s most futuristic musical instruments.”
In this video, Adam Place demonstrates and talks about electronic music production and performance with the AlphaSphere; looking beyond conventional keyboards and exploring new musical possibilities and ideas; the intuitive nature of a spherical music instrument; and mapping, programming and sequencing samples and MIDI using the standalone application AlphaLive.

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Gettng Started, Step 1: Build Your Studio

From , former About.com Guide 

To get started, check out this step-by-step introduction to the basics of building your own home recording studio, no matter your budget!

  1. The Basics of Home Recording
  2. Selecing An Audio Interface & Software
  3. Microphones 101
  4. Don’t Forget The Accessories!

The Basics of Home Recording

A few years ago, the only way to get a listenable recording was to enter a professional recording studio and spend a lot of money to get your songs heard. As computers, recording hardware, and high-tech software decreased in price and increased exponentially in quality, it became easy to make high quality recordings at home.

It takes a little bit of time to get the hang of recording at home; you’ve got to learn techniques for recording and mixing, and you also have to figure out how far you’d like to go in buying new equipment. Check out these fantastic resources to get you started recording easily.

Selecing An Audio Interface & Software

When you get started recording, one of your first decisions should be what audio interface and software you’ll use in your home studio, if you’re planning on recording straight to your computer.

The good news is that if your computer was made anytime in the last few years, it’s probably ready for recording without much work! That being said, maxing out your RAM and hard drive space can’t hurt. You’ll need an interface — a USB or FireWire attachment to your computer that allows you to input your microphones and instruments into your computer. You’ll also need a software package to mix and edit your audio.

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