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DJ Leandros' passion & talent for house music has seen him establish himself as one of Cyprus' most accomplished DJ and producer. Originally from South Africa, now based in Cyprus, his tracks have received worldwide airplay in over 30 countries and featured on over 80 different radio stations and podcasts around the world garnering support from some of the best in business eg.Culoe de Song, Black Coffee, Bert Bevans, Patrik Bo, Booker T, Vinny da Vinci, Laurent Garnier, Dirty Secretz, H@K, Felix Da Housecat & more

At the end of 2017 I took a little break from music production , for about approximately 6 months. Once I got my 'ass into gear' I went full swing into studio mode. I was so excited and determined to start producing new music. I had so many ideas and creative thought processes of how I wanted sounds, arrangement methods for certain tracks that I wanted to make. But seeing as hungry as I was to produce new material I really wanted to brush up on my music knowledge , I really wanted to take my music to 'the next level' .

So I decided to search the internet for which books, on the topics of music production, would be most appealing to me and how it could help me. I searched for a few days and compiled a list of a couple books that I think best suited what I needed ( sources included book website reviews, amazon , top bestsellers lists etc..). The first of these books was ' The secrets of dance music production' by David Felton . This book was blasted everywhere online as the 'go-to' book for EDM music production , everyone was raving about it .

This book is more aimed at the beginner to intermediate level of music production . If anyone is just starting out as a music producer then I would highly recommended this book for you. I will add that it is more genre-specific and focuses more on EDM/house/Drum & Bass/2 Step music production . This isn't to say that an expert/veteran of music production couldn't learn a thing or two from this book , I particularly found the section of oscillators very helpful and there were certain things that confirmed my ways of producing which reassured me in my methods, which is always welcomed.

This really is a great book and to anyone just starting out , this book is a great starting point onto your journey to music production. Veterans could also learn some amazing tips & tricks. I will always keep jumping back to this book when ever I need to 'clean up' on my knowledge of music production.

These variations are traditionally arranged in certain patterns, and these patterns repeat over the space of 4, 8 or 16 bar phrases. This keeps house music interesting over time, creating a sense of progression and interest (particularly in genres like progressive house, where the traditional idea is for elements to develop slowly over the course of the whole track).

It's a very important part of deep house production. Sidechain compression is an effect which turns down the volume of a track when another track's volume goes up. Deep house tracks often have lots of elements sidechained to the kick - which creates a very cool pumping effect. But what if we want to have a sidechain effect during parts when the kick isn't playing? That's what a separate Sidechain track is useful for. Fortunately making it is very simple:

To deliver an electronic music production plugin guide, we'll first have to start with an analogy. Jack Canfield, one of the best-selling authors of all time (he wrote the 'Chicken Soup for the Soul' books) said that he's read over 10,000 books in his lifetime. And yes - that's a pretty impressive amount of books. But here's the kicker:

After all, what plugins do you really need? How many synths do you really need to produce commercially viable music? So, I did my best to answer the question based on not only my personal experience in music production, but in working with hundreds and hundreds of students and addressing their needs as well.

If you've ever read any forum about music production, there is always these dismissive assholes who assume they are god's gift to music production. They've taken a few classes, watched a ton of YouTube tutorials, and can't imagine how anyone could ever possibly break the rules of audio production.

Welcome to the next part in my tutorial series exploring the production secrets of the biggest genres around! This time, we're going to take a look at one of the richest, darkest and most contemplative styles you're likely to encounter on a night out: Deep House.

Below, I've distilled Deep House production down to five essential elements. Mastering these will see you well on the way to producing tracks that hover flirtatiously above the border between night-club banger and headphones-on dreamworld - you'll also be able to download some free drum samples and MIDI files at the bottom of the article! 076b4e4f54


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