Hey everyone. As some of you know, I also write “Uplifting Trance” music and was curious if any of you were interested in me posting up some tutorials and tips/tricks for the Tutorials Marketplace.
If you have no idea what type of music I’m talking about, you can listen to some of my Trance projects on my website: www.dp-studios.org.
And to those of you who have been waiting for that video from a few weeks ago, sorry that I never really got that put up. I decided since I was sending that out to a few labels, I should wait a while before I post it up in public
Let me know if any of you are interested in learning some tricks to Uplifting Trance production and I’ll start writing up some ideas for the tutorials
I say go for it. I’m sure plenty of people will find it interesting and informative, myself included.
Yeah, I thought of the idea a few weeks back when a friend of mine who is just getting into producing Trance music and FL Studio for that matter, was wanting me to show them the “ropes” on it. I wrote out a whole overview for it. But I’m thinking I’ll cover some of the more basic “Uplifting Trance” stuff. Chord progressions, background vs. foreground elements, layering, filter work, ect.
yeah, it’d be nice to read such a tutorial
Okay, two down. Anyone else interested?
Me and my friend ( you can find him via the cat avatar on my profile ) would also be interested. Have you written anything since you opened this topic?
I haven’t made any tutorials yet, but I have in fact made some new tracks since then. Specifically a remix for Nitrous Oxide. You can find that mix here:
Thanks for the interest
I’m always up for learning new techniques and styles!!
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