Welcome to ADSR’s new ‘Start to Finish’ Series – in-depth video courses that step you through creating the hottest EDM genres in detail, from start to finish.Hosted by lead tutor Echo Sound Works, this edition of this unique series gets you up to speed on how to create that distinctive Melbourne Bounce Sound using Native Instruments Massive .With over 2 hours of exclusive video content, you will learn how to make 7 sounds in Massive, tune kick drums, build and layer drum samples, write off beat bass lines, compose your actual drop and as an added bonus, learn how to chop up vocals to get that Melbourne Bounce sound popularized by Deorro.
Great sounding unreleased studio demos. Funkier, wilder and more relaxed than the released high studio gloss versions these well-known tracks are great fun and totally recommended to all who appreciate Daevid's late '80's/early '90's solo and non Gong band output. This is the most hi-fi Obscura release so far. In February 1990 Daevid returned to Melbourne from the UK where this spontaneous demo session took place at Harry Williamson's Spring Studio in St. Kilda. The all electric treatment given here by Daevid and Harry with Kangaroo Moon violinist Eliet Mackerell and the Mothergong rhythm section throws a new light on the songs. These CDs are in matt black card covers with silver and white printing. This is the tenth of a 20CD series, each release a limited pressing of 1000 copies only - no more will be pressed.