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Groove3 Tal-U-No-LX Making a Track from Scratch [TUTORiAL]

Groove3 Tal-U-No-LX Making a Track from Scratch
FANTASTiC | 18 December 2020 | 301 MB
Synth wiz Thomas Cochran presents comprehensive Tal-U-No-LX video tutorials! See how to make a complete song from scratch, step-by-step using only Tal-U-No-LX and some drum samples (Included along with the Tal-U-No-LX presets, Ableton Live Session, and MIDI tracks used in the videos). This is a great way to see what Tal-U-No-LX is capable of, while learning how to craft an electronic track from scratch. This course is for those who are already familiar with Tal-U-No-LX, but want to learn sound design and production techniques using it.

Thomas greets you and starts with a play-through of the chillwave inspired track you'll be creating together, and then jumps right in, showing you how to design and program the bright keyboard patch that will be used for the chord progressions for the whole song. Then, see how to make and program the drum sounds using both Tal-U-No-LX and drum samples (Included via the Course Extras download link on the product page).

Moving on you'll watch how to design and program a classic Juno 60 inspired pluck bass sound, layer synthesizer keyboard patches with interesting modulations, beautiful Portamento Pad and Long Pad patches to fill out some of the empty space in the track, undulating Arpeggio parts to catch the listener's ear, and a Guitar Pluck preset to add some bounce to the track's feel, and much more.

To see and hear what these detailed Tal-U-No-LX tutorials show you, and how they'll allow you to design and program your own sounds and songs quickly and easily, see the individual Tal-U-No-LX video tutorial descriptions on this page. See why this virtual recreation of the Roland Juno 60 is held in such high regard by both producers and beatmakers... Watch "Tal-U-No-LX: Making a Track from Scratch" today.

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