Whether you are designing experimental sounds, producing music in a future-leaning genre or looking for a modern digital synthesizer to complement your existing setup, the Circle2 synth enables you to […]

Creativity is a wonderful thing, but it can be a fickle beast! If you’ve ever wondered why some days you “have it” and other days you don’t, you need to […]

In this video from the Ableton Live 9 Jumpstart course, Certified Trainer goes through the manage files to save hard drive space and collaboration easier. A must-see for anyone getting […]

David Starfire has announced official “House of Bhangra” remix contest which features vocals by Afrika Bambaataa, the “Godfather of Hip Hop”.  Three winners will receive prizes such as the SubPac, […]

In this video we talk about the brain and what each of the hemispheres do.  The left side of the brain is for logical reasoning, analytical skills, mathematics etc.  The […]

A few months ago I had the pleasure of catching up with one of my favorite producers of all time; Ott. His music is beautifully organic, pristinely mixed, psychedelic midtempo.  […]

In this bass tutorial video from our Audio Weapons Online Course, I show you how to create a bassline in Native Instruments Razor synth.

So, an update from Vespers labs.  I’m in the process of moving from Salt Spring Island, where I’ve been hibernating in my ghetto cottage studio for 5 months, to Victoria […]

Vespers, Ableton Live Certified Trainer, discusses the best things to upgrade on your audio production computer.  We discuss hardware such as RAM, solid state hard drives, SATA drives, data doublers, DSP cards like the UAD-2, and sound cards like the Apogee Duet.

In this video tutorial, Jake covers: compression settings, using EQ Eight to add top end “air” to the vocal while removing unwanted frequencies, gating, and the use of reverb and filtered delays on return channels. Loads of great tips here, enjoy!

Stop comparing yourself and your productions to releases by well established successful artists. Always do your best. Accept where you’re at. Focus your mind on what you’re grateful for (in general and about your music). Take stock of what you did well in the tune and where you learned or gained ground as a producer. Stop comparing so much. Acknowledge that you are expressing your own unique sound. Enjoy the journey :)

Part 1 Part 2 An exclusive video interview with Opiuo where he speaks about the launch of his career, playing at festivals such as Burning Man and Shambhala, and how […]

Bass Coast Festival with: EPROM, Mat the Alien, Salva, Dub FX, Flower Fairy, Erica Dee, Kyrian, The Funginears, The Funk Hunters, Blondtron, Dave Nada, Mud Wrestling, Burlesque, Belly Fit, Yoga. […]