DELTA HEAVY Seminar Masterclass now available..

Discussion in 'Production' started by Digitallabz UK, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. Digitallabz UK

    Digitallabz UK New Member

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    Hi Guys,

    Some of you may have been to the seminar at the end of last year, we now have the whole masterclass edited and available on the site. It's been a while to get it sorted, but we're really happy with how this has come out..
    100 minutes over two parts.
    Ben (one half of Delta Heavy) deconstructs some new music of theirs.. He breaks down drum layering and mixing in a lot of detail + Bass and other production advice.

    For more info and to grab the video from our shop CLICK THIS LINK

    We hope you enjoy it :D

    PS. in case you didn't see it already there is also another video available from LSB.. very inspiring!
     
  2. Know One

    Know One Living A Lie

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    Nice! You guys always have such amazing tutorial videos by some super legit artists and relevant to our SnB scene.... and for a good price too. Glad you decided to compile the seminars into purchased videos for the people that can't afford to make it to your front door for the main event. Very kind of you. Didn't know about the new LSB either, good looking out. Keep up the good work.


    P.S. = When's the Noisia one coming out? Lol. Or maybe Agressor Bunx, or Teddy Killerz.


    P.S.2 = What's the relationship between Digital Lab and Sample Genie? I know there's a correlation there somewhere.
     
  3. AdamDNB

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    i watched this and its good, good info on drums
     
  4. RUSSLA

    RUSSLA DNBF Monarch

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    For anyone wondering what they do with the Bitcrusher on the snare bus (not sure why that wasn't shown) but I figure it would be like this.

    I've been doing it for sometime, really helps control the peaks with no change to the sound.
     

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  5. Digitallabz UK

    Digitallabz UK New Member

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