Learn Deep House Production with Logic Pro
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This course will teach you the fundamentals of Deep House Music production using Logic Pro. The full course has more than 36 lectures, divided into 5 modules. Each chapter will give you a new level of knowledge in house music production. We'll start from the basics with building drum kits, programming drums and writing chord progression to more advanced and the most popular techniques used in Deep house, such as Soulful chord progressions, deep stabs, chopped vocal delays and creating synth patches. At the end of each week, we will give you an assignment on "how to build a section of the track" using the skills you have learned. You might be asked to demonstrate in class your technique used for that process. The Logic project of each final project will be available for you to download as well. By the end of this course you will produce and arrange your own professional club-track .
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|Section 1: Drum Kits and Beat Programing|
Introduction to Week 1 + Project File Download
In Week 1, Davidson Ospina begins explaining and demonstrating drums sounds and beat programming. We've also included the actual Logic project files that Davidson uses throughout this course so you can open them in your own copy of Logic Pro and follow along with tutorials.
from this link, unzip and open it. Then follow along with the videos as Davidson shows you the way.
In Lesson 01, Davidson will show you how to sample drum elements for other tracks or loops that you like. For this lesson we have provided a track produced by Davidson labeled "IOU_TO_BE_SAMPLED.mp3". This file is located in /WEEK 1 FILES/Samples/.
You are free to import and sample any track of your liking in this Lesson
Start a new Logic Pro blank project and get started
In the previous lesson, Davidson samples drum elements from another track.
In Lesson 02 he will introduce you to Logic's virtual Drum Sampler & Synthesizer Ultrabeat. Showing you how to build your own drum kit using drum sounds from the samples provided.
Included in your WEEK 1 FILES are original drum samples from popular vintage drum machines Roland TR-909, TR-808 and TR-727. Also included are Davidson's personal drum sound library located in /WEEK 1 FILES/Samples/Ospina Drum Sounds
Start a new blank project and get started
Using the drum sounds used in Lesson 02, Davidson dives deeper in to Ultrabeat and begins programming beats in the "Full View" window.
This lesson is accompanied with Logic Pro project file "Lesson03_drum_programming_with_ultrabeat". Load the project and get started
Exporting drums to the arrange area
Programming drums using MIDI keyboard
Programming percussion using MIDI keyboard
Routing drums to mixer
Drums Rough mix
|Section 2: Sounds used in Deep House|
Introduction to Week 2 + Project File Download
In Week 2, Davidson Ospina shows what sounds are used in Deep House. Here he's preparing which instrument or synth presets he will be using. Goal here is to get a feel of sounds to choose before playing any chords, basslines and etc. So
We've included Bass, Synth and FX samples for this week. Also included the actual Logic project files that Davidson uses throughout this week so you can open them in your own copy of Logic Pro and follow along with videos.
Tip - The key to any good track is selecting sounds that work well together
Bass sounds and EXS24
Adding sampled Synth sounds
Synth bass using ES1 part 1
Synth bass using ES1 part 2
Adding strings to ES2
Adding percussive synth
|Section 3: Chord Progressions, Basslines and Stabs|
In Week 3, Davidson Ospina explains the music behind deep house. He'll show you how build simple chords, basslines and riffs using the sounds from Week 2.
Idiot Proof music theory
Programming Chords 1
Adding Bass notes and riffs
Creating Deep/Soulful Chords
Adding stab sounds
Programming Chords 2
Adding basslines 2
Adding stab sounds 2
Composing in Detail
Composing a melodic leadline 1
Composing a melodic leadline 2
|Section 4: Music Arrangement|
In Week 4, Davidson Ospina explains how he switches from a simple 8 bar loop to a full fledge musical arrangement.
Arrangement and structure
|Section 5: Final mixdown|
Introduction to Week 5Preview
Introduction to mixdown
Mixing chord stabs
Mixing the hook section
Tidying up the mix
|Section 6: Conclusion|
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