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This video tutorial teaches you how to mix vocals on Ableton Live:

 

 

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This cool tutorial shows us how to process vocals in Ableton using Auto-Tune, Vocoders, Warping and Chopping:  

In this tutorial from pointblankonline.net, Ski Oakenfull (Primaudial Records) emulates the 808 kick deep bass sound from Julio Bashmore's huge 2011 anthem "Battle for Middle You".

This video tutorial will guide you through the process of producing a Drum & Bass beat on Ableton:    

  This cool tutorial shows you how to produce a mafia style 808 trap beat on FL Studio:  

  This is a really cool video from Future Music  where Dubstep producer Benga discusses the making of his album "Diary Of An Afro Warrior" in his studio. Check out what he had to say to Future Music magazine about his tracks and his work method:    

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Today we're sharing this cool tutorial for all you NI Massive users out there! If you're a Trance producer, you'll enjoy this one:    

 Agile Partners has released AmpKit on the Mac App Store. Simply connect a guitar to your Mac using a guitar interface, and AmpKit transforms your computer into a powerful amp, effects and recording studio. AmpKit has previously been available for iPhone and iPad users. AmpKit gear and setups are fully compatible between Mac and iOS versions. Users with a Mac as well as an ...

  Check out this cool tutorial from Propellerhead SW. They show you how to make a classic dubstep bass with that dirty wobble sound you're looking for, using the standard devices in Reason.    

Here's a great video tutorial to get your tracks on the right summer vibe: producing uplifting chords on FL Studio. Suitable for all EDM, Trance and Progressive productions!  

Check out this tutorial from winksound.com on how to layer multiple kick drums for a tighter sound. You can use this technique with other instruments to add more depth to your tracks and also apply it to any music software you're using.