Prior Experience with FL Studio Highly Suggested. If you've taken my free "How To Make Your First EDM Track" course, you have the prerequisite knowledge needed to take this one.
Learn from EDM ghost producer Colin Warn how to make a future-bass track!
Having sold thousands of dollars in ghost productions, and having made over 200+ tracks, this kid who likes to write about himself in the third person will teach you:
...and much more.
The first 1/4 of the course is open as a preview to anyone interested: So go ahead and try it before you buy it.
Hope to see you in the classroom!
A quick note about some of the nomenclature used in this course.
Welcome to the course! In this video I give a quick introduction of myself, and a quick preview of what's to come.
Though the title sounds ironic, we go over a little bit of the backstory of the rise and main characters of the future bass genre from my perspective. From the rise of Flume to the genre's establishment by guys like Marshmallow.
in this video, we quickly go over how to add 3rd party samples.
In this video, we use 3xOSC to make a future bass supersaw synth from scratch,
In this video, we create the bass synth in 3xOSC to give our track some lowend. We also create a white noise synth to help fill out the top-end.
In this video, we go over some tips and tricks for creating future bass melodies.
In this video we learn how to create an instrument using nothing more than a vocal, and then we create a melody for it.
Now we start to do some rudimentary mixing for our track. In this video, we link all our elements to the mixer, do some basic gain-staging, and then throw on some effects.
Now that we have the drop created and layered, it's time for us to start constructing the break!
In this video, we quickly create a plucky synth sound in 3xOSC for our break.
Now that we've created our break, time to mix it!
In this video we take our elements, and start laying them out into a full track.
In this video, we add fx/risers/sweeps to make the track even more interesting.
We finish adding our ear candy.
In this video, we learn how to create a reversed sound effect using edison: And a ton of reverb.
In this video we learn a bit about bussing, and we make the final mixing tweaks to our track,
We quickly automate a few elements in our track.
In this video, we'll learn how to master using Limiter6!
Congratulations on finishing the track! In this video I give you some final thoughts, in addition to some other additional learning resources.
Colin Warn is a dance music producer and a Middle8Studio ghost producer, hailing from Seattle. For some reason he also enjoys talking about himself in the third person.
Alter ego DJ Veaux. He's been teaching music production on forums from the legendary Laidback Luke production forums to the Max Vangeli "The Lab" forums for over four years. His productions have received praise from the likes of Studio DMI, recording studio for artists like Diplo and Borgeous. He's made about 200+ tracks as of writing this bio from hip hop to dance music, and he continues to make 1-2 tracks a week.
Currently touring with Jordan Riley, so while he isn't on the road he's sitting down to figure out how he can help his fellow producer become the best artist they can be.