Discussion in 'Production' started by Breaknz, Jul 29, 2014.
Did anyone check out this ? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z8jjsrBi8aM
Is it worth my $20 ?
It is Beak afterall, ofc it is worth it!
I am going to buy it next week.
Actually, I've just bought it. I will post my conclusions later
what track is he break ing down?
anyone actually watched this yet? Im swaying towards the Mefjus one ....
Just finished watching. Really deep insight into how Break do his drums and basses. Lots of small advices on processing. He is not going too technically and explains thing very nice.
I am not regretting spending my $15.
Also seems like he is a really nice guy. As i always thought
One downside is sometimes the video and sound quality is not that good(they are constantly switching between in-room mics and audio from the computer).
See that's what I want these days, really technical info. £10 is a bargin tho.. decisons
personally I thought it was really technical and a down right steal at a tenner. When have you EVER seen break divulge this level of info?
There's loads of info on processing, compression and frequencies for various instruments.
and now I want an EMU more than I did before, and a hardware compressor, and a desk, and a great big wallet of money to buy them with.
oh, and get break on sample genie!
hard weigh up between the seminar and the sample pack !!
anyone want to 'trade or is that frowned upon ?
The Mefjus video is quite nice.
A couple things worth mentioning: the video production quality is decent, but definitely not pro-production quality (ex. MacProVideo, Sonic Academy, etc.) There are also a few parts where he rambles a bit. That said, there's loads of great tidbits he shares and being able to basically look over his shoulder as he's breaking down a track is worth the cost of admission IMO.
Will definitely be checking this out.
these masterclasses are a steal at that price, definitely worth it. If you havent checked out the Mind Vortex, Mefjus and Culprate ones yet I highly recommend them.
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oh and the Inside Info one!
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