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The drum programming handbook : the complete guide to creating great rhythm tracks

Author: Justin Paterson
Publisher: Milwaukee, WI Backbeat Books 2015
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : First editionView all editions and formats
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"This book is a complete course in the art of drum programming and the concepts and technologies behind it. It takes the reader from the earliest steps in using a digital audio workstation, through the development of an individual sound signature, and on to the achievement of professional results. Designed to accommodate users of any major drum programming application, it explores: the history of rhythm programming,  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Justin Paterson
ISBN: 9781480392878 1480392871
OCLC Number: 1083288645
Notes: Auf dem Cover: "Online media included".
Description: 344 Seiten : Illustrationen ; 24 x 26 cm
Contents: Introduction --
A short history of drum programming --
Using this book --
MIDI programming with one-shots --
More detailed one-shot programming --
Samplers --
Working with audio --
Advanced timing --
Drum synthesis --
Production and effects 1 --
Production and effects 2 --
More samplers and sampling --
Programming in styles.
Responsibility: Justin Paterson.

Abstract:

"This book is a complete course in the art of drum programming and the concepts and technologies behind it. It takes the reader from the earliest steps in using a digital audio workstation, through the development of an individual sound signature, and on to the achievement of professional results. Designed to accommodate users of any major drum programming application, it explores: the history of rhythm programming, digital audio workstations and how to use them, one-shot MIDI programming, samplers, romplers, advanced timing for swing and beat-mapping, loops and audio, creating drum sounds by subtractive synthesis, and production and FX. It culminates with detailed guidance on the creation of drum tracks for specific musical styles, ranging from pop and rock to jazz, reggae, drum 'n' bass, and glitch. The course unfolds through extensive use of workstation screenshots and audio examples. Along the way, helpful tips and practical exercises keep students motivated and engaged"--Www.amazon.com.

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