Rockwell Kick Drum Tutorial

US DnB luminary shares low end theory      15/04/24

Tom Green aka Rockwell is known for some of the most innovative and genre-pushing strands of Drum and Bass - if you've not heard his stuff before, a couple of his tracks are linked below. Here hs is doing a quick tutorial on making Kick Drums, using three key components. The tutorial is part of a series with PLAYvirtuoso who also feature other artists offering their studio tips and advice. 

About the course
Renowned DnB producer Rockwell shares his innovative approach to music production, including synthesising sounds from scratch and building an original library. You'll piece together a track from an initial sketch, incorporating structure, variation, and expert-level mixing techniques with practical tips and tricks. By the end, you'll be able to create a release-ready DnB track.

Who's this course for
Suitable for Advanced experience levels. Led by the expert producer Rockwell, this course focuses on advanced synthesis techniques using Serum. Prior experience in sound design and music production is essential to make the most of this course. Familiarity with synthesisers and a basic understanding of synthesis will help you grasp the concepts more effectively.

 

Rockwell Underpass
 


Rokwell - Reverse Engineering 


Rockell - Detroit

 

A link to the full series is here: https://playvirtuoso.com/vod/drum-and-bass-synthesis-and-arrangement/79

 



About the author [midierror]: midierror makes nifty Max For Live devices, innovative music hardware, award winning sample packs and hosts a podcast speaking to people in the music world.



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