Top Audible Genius VST Plugins
Top Audible Genius VST Plugins

Top 4+ Audible Genius VST Plugins 2021

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  1. Syntorial
  2. Building Blocks 1 & 2 Bundle
  3. Building Blocks 1
  4. Building Blocks 2

1. Syntorial

 
Syntorial
 

A NEW WAY TO LEARN SYNTHESIS

Syntorial is video game-like training software, that will teach you how to program synth patches by ear. With almost 200 lessons, combining video demonstrations with interactive challenges, you’ll get hands on experience programming patches on a built-in soft synth, and learn everything you need to know to start making your own sounds with ease.

This isn’t your ordinary synth tutorial. This is Syntorial.

MAIN FEATURES

  • 129 CHALLENGES – Learn by doing! Complete challenges by programm patches with Syntorial’s built-in synth.
  • 706 PATCHES – Program, program, program. After all, that’s what it’s all about, right? By the end you will have programmed over 700 patches, from simple to complex, familiar to strange.
  • 33 ON YOUR OWN – Syntorial will give you periodic tasks to be carried out on your own with whatever synth(s) you use.
  • 147 VIDEOS – Everything is taught through video demonstrations using the same synth that you’ll use in the challenges.
  • 64 SYNTH PARAMETERS – Syntorial covers the most common parameters found on most synths.  
  • 39 QUIZZES – Multiple choice questions to help you retain and remember everything you learn
  • Pay once and get Syntorial on every platform

INTERACTIVE LEARNING

Syntorial doesn’t just show you how synth programming works. It engages you in 129 Interactive Challenges in which you have to program patches on a built-in synth. You aren’t just learning how to design sound, you are becoming a sound designer.

FOR MUSICIANS, NOT PHYSICISTS

Instead of talking about the science and physics behind synthesizers, Syntorial will show you how each control effects sound, as well as when, why and how you would use them when designing sounds. This is information that you can immediately apply to real-life situations.

IT’S ALL ABOUT THE EAR

One step at a time, Syntorial trains your ear to recognize how each control shapes and manipulates sound. By the end of the program you’ll be able to take the sounds you hear and re-create them, completely by ear.

SYNTH PLUGIN INCLUDED

Syntorial’s built-in synth, known as Primer, also comes as a VST/AU plugin, included with your purchase of Syntorial. This way you can take the very synth that you’re training on, and use it in any recording software that accepts VST and AU plugins.

CAKEWALK Z3TA+2

The Cakewalk Z3TA+ 2 Lesson Pack adds 37 extra videos, totaling 3 Hours and 17 minutes. Each video demonstrates how to apply everything you’ve learned in Syntorial, on Z3TA+ 2. Get to know Z3TA+ 2’s ins and outs, and take advantage of the endless sonic manipulations it has to offer.

MINIMOOG VOYAGER LESSON PACK

The Minimoog Voyager Lesson Pack adds 34 videos, totaling 2 hours and 22 minutes. Each video demonstrates how to apply everything you’ve learned in Syntorial, on the Voyager. Get to know your Voyager’s ins and outs, and learn the true value of this classic analog hardware synth.

SYLENTH1 LESSON PACK

The Sylenth1 Lesson Pack adds 38 videos, totaling 2 hours and 47 minutes, demonstrating how to apply everything you’ve learned in Syntorial, on Sylenth1, and guides you through the recreation of 46 Syntorial patches in Sylenth1. Learn how to really take advantage of Sylenth1’s rich virtual analog sound and unique layered interface.

MASSIVE LESSON PACK

Massive is an incredibly powerful and versatile soft synth with a deep selection of wavetables and modulation options, allowing for an endless variety of sound. The Massive Lesson Pack adds 41 Videos, totaling 4 Hours and 44 minutes. Transfer everything you learn in Syntorial, to Massive, and learn all of the extra features Massive has to offer.

SERUM LESSON PACK

Serum is a truly innovative wavetable synth. Between its in-depth wavetable editing capabilites, and its intuitive visual feedback, Serum is both easy to learn, and powerful to use. The Serum Lesson Pack adds 55 Videos, totaling over 9 hours. Transfer everything you learn in Syntorial, to Serum, and learn all of the extra features Serum has to offer.


2. Building Blocks 1 & 2 Bundle

 
Building Blocks 1 & 2 Bundle
 

Music Theory & Composition Training Software for DAW-Based Music Makers

Drum Patterns, Basslines, Chord Progressions, and Melodies: Learn how to create these four essential elements of music in an engaging DAW environment with Building Blocks.

Building Blocks is an online music theory and composition course tailored to the needs of DAW-based music makers. Starting from the very beginning, you’ll embark on a video game-style interactive journey in an online DAW. And along the way, you’ll build real-life music-making skills with an intuitive step-by-step process until you’re making your own original beats from scratch.

Building Blocks 1 & 2

Save by buying Building Blocks 1 & 2 together, and learn how to create all four essential elements of music composition: Drum Patterns, Basslines, Chord Progressions, and Melodies.

Modernized Music Theory

Building Blocks has thrown out the traditional music theory rule book and created a new approach that’s tailored to the needs of DAW-based musicians.

Traditional music theory takes place in the centuries-old music staff and is loaded with information that doesn’t always apply to a DAW environment. So Building Blocks takes a streamlined need-to-know approach, removing the music staff and replacing it with the Piano Roll.

Learning music theory in the Piano Roll is crucial for DAW-based musicians. The Piano Roll is a note editing interface found in today’s most popular DAWs. So you’ll be learning in an environment that you can actually use to create music in your every-day music-making process.

Create Original Music

Throughout this online music composition course, you’ll be writing your own original music in our online music production studio. Every few lessons, you’ll be prompted to take what you’ve learned and write a drum pattern, bassline, chord progression, or melody. Sometimes you’ll be asked to write them together, or create a full beat from scratch.

By the end of Building Blocks, you’ll have plenty of original music to jump-start new songs. And our MIDI Export feature will make it easier for you to transfer your music from Building Blocks to your DAW-of-choice.

Interactive Ear Training

Unlike other music production courses, Building Blocks is more than just a series of videos. In almost every lesson, you’ll encounter an interactive ear training challenge that takes place in our online music production studio.

You’ll recreate hidden drum patterns, basslines, chord progressions, and melodies by ear. Every time you place a note correctly, your ear will get a little bit stronger. And eventually, you’ll be able to start creating the music you hear and feel.

What Exactly Will I Learn in Level 1?

Drums

  • Using the three core drums of Kick, Snare, and Hi-Hat, to create an endless variety of patterns and rhythmic feels.
  • Using Velocity to vary the volume of drum notes to make your drum grooves bounce and come alive.

Bass

  • Writing Bass rhythms that feel great with the Drums, an essential relationship that is needed to set up a strong rhythmic foundation for your song.
  • Setting up the tonality for the Chords, and writing basslines that support the Chords’ harmony.

Chords

  • How to use different chord types to influence a song’s tonality and mood.
  • Voicing block chords to create a variety of top-line movement.
  • Arpeggiating chords to excite the overall rhythm with linear movement.

All Tracks

  • How to use Phrasing to provide conversational movement and rhythm, enabling your music to connect with the listener.
  • How to make the tracks work together to create a cohesive sound and feel.

Music Theory

  • Core song elements: Beat, tempo, measures, and more.
  • Understanding Relative Pitch and using it to determine a song’s tonality and mood.
  • Building essential chord types and navigating their related chord tones and non-chord tones.
  • Rhythm: Placement, duration, how it relates to the beat, and how it determines a song’s groove and feel.
  • Tonality: How pitches and the intervals between them influence the mood of a song.

Ear Training

  • Develop and train your ear to recognize the elements mentioned above, including pitch and rhythm.
  • Gain the ability to start taking what you hear in your head and in the music you listen to, and translate it into your

What Exactly Will I Learn in Level 2?

Melody

  • Writing an engaging Melody that connects with the listener.
  • Infusing expression into a Melody with Legato and Grace Notes.
  • Using speech patterns to inspire Melodic phrasing.
  • Navigating Melodies over chord changes.

Chords

  • Writing chord progressions with changing roots.
  • Anticipating chord changes to create a more fluid and flexible movement through your song’s harmony.
  • Inverting chord voicings to make your chord progression more melodic and engaging, and less clunky.

Bass

  • Writing Basslines under chord changes.
  • Anticipating root changes.
  • Adding life and personality to your bassline with Legato and Grace Notes.

Drums

  • Adding additional drums to your patterns like Open Hi-Hat, Toms, Clap, and Sidestick.
  • Generating more rhythmic feels with Half-Time and 16th Shuffle.
  • Creating drum patterns without one or both backbeats to create a more low-key rhythmic foundation.

Music Theory

  • Extending the relative pitch range to a full octave.
  • Intentionally overlapping adjacent notes to create Legato connections.
  • Adding Grace Notes to create expressive bends at the beginning of a note.
  • Staying in Key to create Diatonic chord progressions.
  • Following the continually shifting chord tones and non-chord tones through chord changes.
  • Moving backbeats to different beat locations and how it affects a song’s overall feel.
  • Increasing the number of beat divisions to generate a shuffled and/or triplet rhythmic feel.

Ear Training

  • Develop and train your ear to recognize the elements mentioned above, including pitch, rhythm, and chord changes.
  • Further refine the ability to start taking what you hear in your head and in the music you listen to, and translate it into your music.

3. Building Blocks 1

 
Building Blocks 1
 

Music Theory & Composition Training Software for DAW-Based Music Makers

Drum Patterns, Basslines, Chord Progressions, and Melodies: Learn how to create these four essential elements of music in an engaging DAW environment with Building Blocks.

Building Blocks is an online music theory and composition course tailored to the needs of DAW-based music makers. Starting from the very beginning, you’ll embark on a video game-style interactive journey in an online DAW. And along the way, you’ll build real-life music-making skills with an intuitive step-by-step process until you’re making your own original beats from scratch.

Building Blocks 1

In this first volume of Building Blocks, you’ll learn how to write the foundational core of your beat: Drums, Bass, and Chords.

Take a detailed look at what’s covered:

Modernized Music Theory

Building Blocks has thrown out the traditional music theory rule book and created a new approach that’s tailored to the needs of DAW-based musicians.

Traditional music theory takes place in the centuries-old music staff and is loaded with information that doesn’t always apply to a DAW environment. So Building Blocks takes a streamlined need-to-know approach, removing the music staff and replacing it with the Piano Roll.

Learning music theory in the Piano Roll is crucial for DAW-based musicians. The Piano Roll is a note editing interface found in today’s most popular DAWs. So you’ll be learning in an environment that you can actually use to create music in your every-day music-making process.

Create Original Music

Throughout this online music composition course, you’ll be writing your own original music in our online music production studio. Every few lessons, you’ll be prompted to take what you’ve learned and write a drum pattern, bassline, chord progression, or melody. Sometimes you’ll be asked to write them together, or create a full beat from scratch.

By the end of Building Blocks, you’ll have plenty of original music to jump-start new songs. And our MIDI Export feature will make it easier for you to transfer your music from Building Blocks to your DAW-of-choice.

Interactive Ear Training

Unlike other music production courses, Building Blocks is more than just a series of videos. In almost every lesson, you’ll encounter an interactive ear training challenge that takes place in our online music production studio.

You’ll recreate hidden drum patterns, basslines, chord progressions, and melodies by ear. Every time you place a note correctly, your ear will get a little bit stronger. And eventually, you’ll be able to start creating the music you hear and feel.

What Exactly Will I Learn?

Drums

  • Using the three core drums of Kick, Snare, and Hi-Hat, to create an endless variety of patterns and rhythmic feels.
  • Using Velocity to vary the volume of drum notes to make your drum grooves bounce and come alive.

Bass

  • Writing Bass rhythms that feel great with the Drums, an essential relationship that is needed to set up a strong rhythmic foundation for your song.
  • Setting up the tonality for the Chords, and writing basslines that support the Chords’ harmony.

Chords

  • How to use different chord types to influence a song’s tonality and mood.
  • Voicing block chords to create a variety of top-line movement.
  • Arpeggiating chords to excite the overall rhythm with linear movement.

All Tracks

  • How to use Phrasing to provide conversational movement and rhythm, enabling your music to connect with the listener.
  • How to make the tracks work together to create a cohesive sound and feel.

Music Theory

  • Core song elements: Beat, tempo, measures, and more.
  • Understanding Relative Pitch and using it to determine a song’s tonality and mood.
  • Building essential chord types and navigating their related chord tones and non-chord tones.
  • Rhythm: Placement, duration, how it relates to the beat, and how it determines a song’s groove and feel.
  • Tonality: How pitches and the intervals between them influence the mood of a song.

Ear Training

  • Develop and train your ear to recognize the elements mentioned above, including pitch and rhythm.
  • Gain the ability to start taking what you hear in your head and in the music you listen to, and translate it into your

4. Building Blocks 2

 
Building Blocks 2
 

Music Theory & Composition Training Software for DAW-Based Music Makers

Drum Patterns, Basslines, Chord Progressions, and Melodies: Learn how to create these four essential elements of music in an engaging DAW environment with Building Blocks.

Building Blocks is an online music theory and composition course tailored to the needs of DAW-based music makers. Starting from the very beginning, you’ll embark on a video game-style interactive journey in an online DAW. And along the way, you’ll build real-life music-making skills with an intuitive step-by-step process until you’re making your own original beats from scratch.

Building Blocks 2

In this second volume of Building Blocks, you’ll go deeper into the Drums, Bass, and Chords tracks, as well as add a new one: Melody. Take a detailed look at what’s covered:

Modernized Music Theory

Building Blocks has thrown out the traditional music theory rule book and created a new approach that’s tailored to the needs of DAW-based musicians.

Traditional music theory takes place in the centuries-old music staff and is loaded with information that doesn’t always apply to a DAW environment. So Building Blocks takes a streamlined need-to-know approach, removing the music staff and replacing it with the Piano Roll.

Learning music theory in the Piano Roll is crucial for DAW-based musicians. The Piano Roll is a note editing interface found in today’s most popular DAWs. So you’ll be learning in an environment that you can actually use to create music in your every-day music-making process.

Create Original Music

Throughout this online music composition course, you’ll be writing your own original music in our online music production studio. Every few lessons, you’ll be prompted to take what you’ve learned and write a drum pattern, bassline, chord progression, or melody. Sometimes you’ll be asked to write them together, or create a full beat from scratch.

By the end of Building Blocks, you’ll have plenty of original music to jump-start new songs. And our MIDI Export feature will make it easier for you to transfer your music from Building Blocks to your DAW-of-choice.

Interactive Ear Training

Unlike other music production courses, Building Blocks is more than just a series of videos. In almost every lesson, you’ll encounter an interactive ear training challenge that takes place in our online music production studio.

You’ll recreate hidden drum patterns, basslines, chord progressions, and melodies by ear. Every time you place a note correctly, your ear will get a little bit stronger. And eventually, you’ll be able to start creating the music you hear and feel.

What Exactly Will I Learn?

Melody

  • Writing an engaging Melody that connects with the listener.
  • Infusing expression into a Melody with Legato and Grace Notes.
  • Using speech patterns to inspire Melodic phrasing.
  • Navigating Melodies over chord changes.

Chords

  • Writing chord progressions with changing roots.
  • Anticipating chord changes to create a more fluid and flexible movement through your song’s harmony.
  • Inverting chord voicings to make your chord progression more melodic and engaging, and less clunky.

Bass

  • Writing Basslines under chord changes.
  • Anticipating root changes.
  • Adding life and personality to your bassline with Legato and Grace Notes.

Drums

  • Adding additional drums to your patterns like Open Hi-Hat, Toms, Clap, and Sidestick.
  • Generating more rhythmic feels with Half-Time and 16th Shuffle.
  • Creating drum patterns without one or both backbeats to create a more low-key rhythmic foundation.

Music Theory

  • Extending the relative pitch range to a full octave.
  • Intentionally overlapping adjacent notes to create Legato connections.
  • Adding Grace Notes to create expressive bends at the beginning of a note.
  • Staying in Key to create Diatonic chord progressions.
  • Following the continually shifting chord tones and non-chord tones through chord changes.
  • Moving backbeats to different beat locations and how it affects a song’s overall feel.
  • Increasing the number of beat divisions to generate a shuffled and/or triplet rhythmic feel.

Ear Training

  • Develop and train your ear to recognize the elements mentioned above, including pitch, rhythm, and chord changes.
  • Further refine the ability to start taking what you hear in your head and in the music you listen to, and translate it into your music.

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