ABLETON FOR MUSIC PRODUCERS AND AUDIO ENGINEERS Course 31: Electronic Music Production and Arranging II – Part I
In this course, you’ll delve into arranging techniques such as clip editing, transitions, pitch risers, dynamics processing and more. Whether it’s for your portfolio or private use – there’s no denying that having a powerful understanding of sound engineering can be beneficial for any aspiring audio engineer or producer.
If you want to take your electronic music production to the next level, mastering clip editing is essential. You will learn how to utilize the powerful tools at your disposal so that you can craft and create amazing-sounding tunes with ease. You’ll cover everything from transitions to pitch risers, teaching you exactly how to turn your ideas into full-fledged arrangements.
Adding effective transitions to your tracks is a great way to give them more flow. When you move from one clip to the next, think about how it will sound. Understanding how to create a smooth transition will keep the energy in your project alive. Developing an understanding of these techniques requires practice, but being versed in it gives you more control over your music production.
Creative music production is a lot of fun with the right techniques and tricks. Pitch-shifting is an invaluable tool when producing electronic music, as it can provide interesting sound textures and tonalities. What’s more, introducing glitches into the mix can make your tracks truly unique. With these song-arranging techniques, you’ll be able to explore your creative side by manipulating audio components and amplifying sonic shifts in fascinating ways. Your assignment for this course will be to create a variety of transitions, including drum fill, reverse reverb, pitch bend riser, and filter noise riser.