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How Abelton Makes Our Lives Easier – Part 1

Posted by on Jul 15, 2015 in BreweryPost, Homepage, Tech, tutorials | 0 comments

How Abelton Makes Our Lives Easier – Part 1

Abelton Live Suite comes preloaded with a ton of great tools to help get your productions to the level you want them. Even if you are not trained musically, or don’t play an instrument, Abelton has ways of making music creation easy for you. Check out one of our Engineer/Producer Nick D’Alessandro’s favorite ways below. CONVERT MELODY TO NEW MIDI TRACK Not everyone has the opportunity to take music lessons before diving into the world of production. This can make creating melodies and chord progressions harder for a “non-musician.” If you...

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In Session: Recording Jhene Aiko’s “Post to Be” Verse

Posted by on Jul 6, 2015 in artist, Homepage, tutorials | 0 comments

In Session: Recording Jhene Aiko’s “Post to Be” Verse

Engineer Andrew Krivonos andrew@breweryrecording.com Last October, Jhene Aiko came down to the Brewery Studio to record her famous feature verse for Omarion’s chart-topping single “Post to Be”. All the artists shined on the record, but Jhene Aiko’s provocative lyric “…but he gotta eat the booty like groceries” created its own viral movement and became the quotable phrase for 2015. The catchy summer tune produced by DJ Mustard, also featuring Chris Brown, slowly rose to #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and has since been certified gold. Here’s how...

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Phase with Justin Klatzko

Posted by on Mar 4, 2015 in BreweryPost, Homepage, Tech, tutorials | 0 comments

Phase with Justin Klatzko

What is Phase and Why Does it Matter? With almost endless audio articles out there on the web, you are sure to come across a term in the audio world called “phase.” Some information out there may confuse you more than clarify this important fundamental topic, so my goal is to make it as simple as possible. I would personally define phase as simply the relationship between two or more waveforms.   Phase is relevant to you whether you are an engineer, producer or artist. But Why? Why phase matters, in and out of the studio: When a waveform is...

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How Long Does A Mix Take?

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in BreweryPost, Homepage, tutorials | 0 comments

How Long Does A Mix Take?

How Long Does A Mix Take? So, you just wrapped up the recording session for your new single. You’re almost ready to release the track, but you still need an engineer to clean up the “rough edges”. It’s established that your song will need to be mixed, but how long will that take? The time a proper mix requires is greatly dependent on several variables, including: -The number of tracks in the session – The genre of music -The type of instrumentation involved in the song (i.e. are there several live instruments to mix or just a stereo...

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Mixing To The Song – Playing The Producer Role As An Engineer With Nick D’Alessandro

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in BreweryPost, Homepage, Studio News, tutorials | 0 comments

Mixing To The Song – Playing The Producer Role As An Engineer With Nick D’Alessandro

A song and it’s impact to the listener is only as good as the mix of the song itself. If the mixing falls flat  the impact will fall flat as well. As the engineer you are responsible for how things sound sonically, and as a producer you are in charge of making sure the song and the process of recording/mixing the song are done to your expectations. In today’s D.I.Y. world, engineers often have to play the role of producer to help bring the song to it’s fullest potential. The Brewery’s manager and head engineer Nick...

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Inside My Pro Tools Template with Andrew Krivonos

Posted by on Feb 3, 2015 in BreweryPost, Homepage, Music, tutorials | 0 comments

Inside My Pro Tools Template with Andrew Krivonos

Unlike audio engineers of the analog age, today’s engineers are armed to the teeth with templates and presets that make their final mix that much faster to get achieve. Most engineers now have the luxury of loading new session files up from a template that they have created if they’re working with a DAW like Pro Tools. These templates are usually more than just a few blank audio tracks and reverb buses; they are loaded with effects, summing, filters and metering. Brewery’s owner and head engineer Andrew Krivonos lets us peak...

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Ear Training: What Everyone Should Know or Begin to Know

Posted by on Oct 7, 2014 in Music, tutorials | 0 comments

Ear Training: What Everyone Should Know or Begin to Know

An important part of being a great musician is ear training because becoming an active and educated listener pays off. Ear training is perfecting the ability to determine “perfect pitch” and “relative pitch.” If you think this training will destroy your ability to enjoy music ever again then your just making excuses. Ear training can be difficult but if practiced can be very rewarding. These exercises are very sequential. Each one builds on the abilities learned in the last. Do your absolute best to clear your mind and...

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Low Pass/High Cut Filter Effect. Real Man Shit.

Posted by on Nov 17, 2013 in BreweryPost, tutorials | 0 comments

Low Pass/High Cut Filter Effect. Real Man Shit.

  Step 1. Choose a parametric EQ that has low pass or high cut options. I chose Abelton’s EQ EIGHT plugin. (LEFT) Some times low pass is represented by the letters LP or HC or with a symbol like this. (RIGHT) Enable the Low Pass Filter.     After you enable the Low Pass Filter your EQ should look like this.   Step 2. Select the Frequency parameter in the EQ and turn it down to somewhere between 50Hz-200Hz. ( I set mine to 117Hz)   You can see now how all of the frequencies higher than 117Hz were cut completely. This...

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How To Use Auto-Tune (Like A Boss)

Posted by on Sep 25, 2013 in tutorials | 0 comments

How To Use Auto-Tune (Like A Boss)

Auto-Tune is widely held as the standard for studio pitch correction, although there are plenty of competitors (Melodyne, Waves Tune, etc). The effect has been used heavily in recent years and also the target of both praise and backlash. Jay-Z even gave the plugin an official funeral (Death of Auto-Tune), while T-Pain has released his own iPhone app based on the effect called “I Am T-Pain”. In this tutorial, you will learn how to set-up Auto-Tune and start tracking vocals with the the effect in real-time. Step 1: Set The Scale...

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Create A Vocal Stutter In Pro Tools

Posted by on Sep 23, 2013 in tutorials | 0 comments

Create A Vocal Stutter In Pro Tools

One of the most commonly requested editing techniques is stutter vocal effects. You have probably heard the sound used on songs like “Birthday Song” by 2 Chainz and Kanye West (around the 1:05 mark), or “Bed Rock” by Young Money (on the hook). This is a great trick that when used sparingly can add a lot of interest to your vocal tracks. Looking to add some robotic stuttered vocal effects to your next mix? Well look no further… in this tutorial we will learn how to master the technique. Step 1: Line Up Your Track To The...

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