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Ask Video Dance Music Styles.104 Drum and Bass TUTORiAL

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Ask Video Dance Music Styles 104 Drum and Bass TUTORiAL
SYNTHiC4TE | May 31 2016 | 174 MB
Electronic dance music producer Adam Pollard -AKA Multiplier- is back with an exclusive look at the Drum and Bass dance music genre. Find out what DnB is all about, and how to create it, in this essential Dance Music Styles course.

The Drum and Bass dance music genre is an evolutionary cousin of the rave and old school jungle scene. In this Dance Music Styles course by Adam Pollard, you learn what makes this style of EDM unique and what sounds, tempo and percussion make DnB... DnB!
Adam takes you through the songwriting features and themes that are unique to the Drum and Bass genre. He explains the timbral quality that goes into designing the Kick, Snare, Percussion and Bass. This is followed by a look at the loops and synths like Serum and Massive that you can deploy to construct them.
Finally, you learn how to make your DnB tracks stand out from the crowd with your songwriting skills, one-shot vocals and drum variations. So learn how to make Drum and Bass, the right way, with Multiplier!

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