Home Discussions *Member Requests* Suggest A Webinar Reverse Engineering Sounds

6 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Dan Giffin 2 years, 6 months ago
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    • #3840

      nswitanek
      Participant
      @nswitanek

      Would love to learn how to recreate various instruments and audio effects I hear. How can I get better at this?

    • #3844

      Dan Giffin
      Keymaster
      @dan

      Nice! Any specific instruments in mind? music genres?

      I’ve learned the better you know sound design, the easier it becomes to recreate instruments. Great suggestion man!

      • #3845

        nswitanek
        Participant
        @nswitanek

        Yes, here are some:

        Carlos D’s bass on early Interpol recordings.
        Joey Santiago’s guitar solo sound for Pixies.
        A slew of dnb sounds from Noisia and Ivy Lab.

      • #4066

        nswitanek
        Participant
        @nswitanek

        Yes, so I’d love to learn sound design tips. How do you think about decomposing the sounds you hear? Or if you wanted to try to replicate the sound, what’s the order in which you try to build the sound up piece by piece?

      • #4958

        Dan Giffin
        Keymaster
        @dan

        Hey man, you will be happy to know we’ve got a sound design webinar on the way! Check it out in the EVENTS tab 🙂
        http://liveproducers.wpengine.com/event/sound-design-tips-with-michael-wall

    • #5397

      nswitanek
      Participant
      @nswitanek

      Loved the Michael Wall session, wished I could have joined it live to ask questions, but thanks for making it happen and for recording it.

      Audio to MIDI is really powerful. It was fantastic to hear some of Michael’s workflow and ideas.

      Thanks again
      Nick

      • #5413

        Dan Giffin
        Keymaster
        @dan

        Glad you enjoyed it bro! We’ll definitely have him back in the future 🙂 Got some other people in the works to do webinars.

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