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There’s not much else to say…other than ew…and I want one!
Courtesy of MusicBootCamp.com
The following links will open doors to a wealth of loops, drum hits, acoustic, electric and just plain weird audio samples. Most are available in WAV format, but many are made available as MP3s and other formats. We only include sites that contain drum shots, kits or instruments, whether or not they contain loops. With so many loop sites already in existence, we choose to emphasize playable instruments and drums.
Enjoy. Most or all of these sites offer free samples or entire libraries for free download.
- Kasio Kristmas (retro consumer-grade Casio loops and samples)
- DMS (big kicks, fx, loops and MIDI grooves, free account required)
- Pettinhouse (great vinyl drum hits and instruments)
- SoundSnap (fantastic collection of FX)
- iBeat (shots and loops)
- CCMixter (browse lots of sounds)
- Freesound Project (great site; free account required)
- Rhythm Lab (sounds of all kinds; free account required)
- JFTL (circuit bends aka mutant audio gear emissions)
- Free Samples n’ Loops (small collection with some useful hits/loops)
- Sample Arena (evolving user-submitted links, some are fantastic) Continue reading →
“This is part 1 of a 10 hour long high definition tutorial video series on how to write electronic music, from scratch!
All aspects are covered…. basic and advanced synthesis… sampling… progression… mixing… everything is explained in depth as I construct a tune while you watch. I talk to you like your sitting next to me, thinking out loud, cracking jokes and moving at the right pace, rather than focusing on boring shit.”
The rest of this series is available to special members of his personal website. You can check it out here. http://www.cosm.co.nz/learn
Wow this looks really cool…I wish I was geeky enough to build one myself. Wonder if he sells em..anyway, if you wanna try it out there’s A Step by Step Guide Here.
Some singers have a problem with the middle range of the scales when singing from high notes to low notes, crossing what is known as a “bridge” or a “breaking point.” This can come across as breathlessness, croaky or out of tune. With appropriate singing lessons, this problem can be eradicated.
Learning to Sing Properly
Most voice coaches divide the singing voice into two areas:
- The head voice
- The chest voice
The head voice deals with the high notes of the range and has a clear, bright sound; the chest voice deals with the low notes and has a richer, fuller sound. Some singing teachers make the mistake of treating the two as separate entities, assigning both different voice exercises. Continue reading →