Top Production Concepts Tutorials
Top Production Concepts Tutorials

Top 20+ Production Concepts Tutorials 2022

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  1. Production Challenge: Make a song for our Sunday Playlist
  2. Using Accent Kicks
  3. How To Easily Make Drum Fills
  4. Get Crazy Drop Sounds at -2 Octave Range
  5. Live – Writing/riffing melodies
  6. Make any sound more unique with Convolution Reverb
  7. How to make LoFi beats
  8. Break out the loop : Concepts for breaking out of the loop and finishing music
  9. Why Do Compressors Have Knees ?
  10. Working with Mix Groups 01
  11. Do You Layer Too Much?
  12. Personalizing Your Mixing Workflow
  13. Personalise your mixing workflow
  14. How to Add More Punch to Leads
  15. Organising Your Mix Session
  16. How to make Tonal Snares
  17. Production Challenge: Make A Track Inspired By The Provided Bonfire Image!
  18. Reverb and delay in series, which comes first?
  19. Are you making these 6 mistakes as a beginner music producer?
  20. Tuning Snares – Pro Tip

1. Production Challenge: Make a song for our Sunday Playlist


2. Using Accent Kicks

In this video, Echo Sound Works takes you through a track that uses accent kicks to make the drum groove hit harder.

This is a great technique to use for multiple genres!


3. How To Easily Make Drum Fills

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows you a great production hack that will allow you to easily come up with ideas for great sounding drum fills.


4. Get Crazy Drop Sounds at -2 Octave Range

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows a technique that can yield pleasantly surprising results. Playing a synth sound down in a low octave range like C-2 and C-3 can get some really crazy sounds!


5. Live – Writing/riffing melodies


6. Make any sound more unique with Convolution Reverb

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows you how to use a convolution reverb plugin to breathe new life and texture into any sound.


7. How to make LoFi beats

In today’s live stream with @Taetro we will look at how to make Lo-Fi beats.


8. Break out the loop : Concepts for breaking out of the loop and finishing music

Today’s live stream is all breaking out the loop. We’ll take a look at studio workflow, improvisation, using a concept, mapping and a load of Ableton Live production techniques.

This live stream is hosted by Ableton Certified Trainer Simon Stokes (Petrichor on Soma Records ) who also runs Glasgow based subSine | Academy of Electronic Music.

As always you can ask questions live and we’ll do our best to answer in the stream!


9. Why Do Compressors Have Knees ?

In this new video from Echo Sound Works we learn why compressors have knees.

0:04 – Introduction
0:43 – Why some lack a controllable knee
1:27 – Knee controls
2:24 – Hard Knee
2:40 – Testing out new types of saturation and distortion
3:43 – Using a hard knee to clean up a loop


10. Working with Mix Groups 01

Mix Engineers have been using Mix Groups to organize their sessions and apply group level processing since the early days of multi-channel consoles.

In this first of two tutorials on Working with Mix Groups, ADSR’s Stephen Ellestad discusses the concept of mix groups, organizing the session and routing audio, the principles of parallel processing and the basic group level workflow for balancing and shaping your mix groups.


11. Do You Layer Too Much?


12. Personalizing Your Mixing Workflow

Mixing is a technical process that requires a lot of creative decision making.

One of the best ways to ensure that your mixes hit the mark is to develop a basic personal mix workflow that plays to your strengths and minimizes your weaknesses.

In this tutorial, Stephen Ellestad discusses ways to approach your mix by thinking about the sequence of steps you’ll take, breaking the mix into multiple stages, listening to proof mixes in multiple environment as well as the basic approaches of additive vs. subtractive mixing.


13. Personalise your mixing workflow

Mixing is a technical process that requires a lot of creative decision making.

One of the best ways to ensure that your mixes hit the mark is to develop a basic personal mix workflow that plays to your strengths and minimizes your weaknesses.

In this tutorial, Stephen Ellestad discusses ways to approach your mix by thinking about the sequence of steps you’ll take, breaking the mix into multiple stages, listening to proof mixes in multiple environment as well as the basic approaches of additive vs. subtractive mixing.


14. How to Add More Punch to Leads

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows you how to use tick sounds to make an element like a lead synth pop out of the mix.


15. Organising Your Mix Session

Mixing is both a technical and creative process, and the quality of your mix can really make or break your track, regardless of how well written it is.

In this Production Concepts tutorial, ADSR Instructor Stephen Ellestad discusses techniques and methods of setting up and organizing your mix session.

Topics covered include choosing how to group elements in a way that makes sense for your track, organizing the arrangement window, using markers and regions to break the mix up into sections, and the importance of keeping production notes to help you track your progress and ideas.

In addition, Stephen discusses creating a dedicated mix session by copying the session and removing extra takes or unwanted material, the benefits of bouncing all tracks to audio, and adjusting the audio buffer to increase computer performance.


16. How to make Tonal Snares

In this video, Echo Sound Works shows you how to turn any snare sample into a tonal snare using three various techniques.


17. Production Challenge: Make A Track Inspired By The Provided Bonfire Image!


18. Reverb and delay in series, which comes first?

Reverb and delay are apart of every music production.

Used as both inserts and buss effects they provide that essential sense of space. They can be used in series or parallel, but when used in series a question often asked is “Which comes first”.

As with most things in music production they are no right or wrong answers. In this tutorial we will look at the technique and some examples of combing these effects together.

Lesson key points:
0:12 – Introduction
0:42 – Effect use definitions
1:22 – Inserts; Delay into Reverb
5:24 – Inserts; Reverb into Delay
9:27 – Advanced Routing Options
14:42 – Controlling processing


19. Are you making these 6 mistakes as a beginner music producer?

In this video Echo Sound Works walks us through 6 mistakes he was making when he first started out producing music.

Are you also making these mistakes?

Author: Echo Sound Works

Lesson Content:

0:18 – Learning your Daw + Key Commands
01:36 – Using high quality sounds
06:04 – Don’t get GAS
07:02 – 4 & 5 Don’t obsess on being perfect and finishing what you start
08:26 – Learn how to use EQ inside and out


20. Tuning Snares – Pro Tip

In this video Echo Sound Works shows you why tuning snares and playing them at various pitches in key can have a big impact on the mix.


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