Thursday, May 26, 2011

A quick demo of Numark's new DJ setup the NS6

DJ Cerla shows us the potential of Numarks latest all in one DJ setup the NS6. The setup which comes complete with 2 touch sensitive scratch capable platters that can control up to 4 channels of audio using Serato's Itch software. This setup is made for the CD or Vinyl DJ's that like the ablility to scratch but may be looking to have a small all in one setup. MSRP is $999 but after you see this vid you will see it's a solid piece of gear that's worth considering.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

How To Make An Electro House Song In Ableton Live (Part 1)

If you're a fan of Electro house you will definetly love this tutorial from Abletonlife. This video is part 1 and they show us how to layout the drums, get a nice bass line and also get some nice melodic chords going. Part 2 is here: Watch here

Friday, May 6, 2011

Rusko Producer Masterclass Part 1

Normally I don't show vids of other DAW's besides Ableton currently. But this video is a must if you're a fan of Rusko. It's quite revealing in showing how he works his magic using Sony Acid as he DAW of choice. I think this is also great that it show's it doesn't matter what DAW or tools you use as much as how much time and care you put into your creations. The great thing too of course is much of what he shows can easily be done in any DAW. Hope you guys enjoy!

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Just a quick note.

I decided to change the look of EDM Heaven a bit, hope you like it, I think it was over due for a bit of a change.

Dubstep tutorial part three - Making a Yoy/Womp/Yeah Bass Sound in Ableton using Operator

Title pretty much says it but today eArtrash shows us how to make some nice gritty womp sounds often used in Dubstep using Ableton's main synth Operator. If you don't own Operator you can go to Ableton's webesite and download a 30 day demo of Operator to try out and follow along with this tutorial.

Also this video is part 4 but the video will show links to parts 1,2, and 4 so check those out as well. Cheers and have fun!