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Masterclass

D-Code & Psylence | Creative Workflow & Mix Down Structures

Brothers D-Code & Psylence are Producers from East-London. With their roots stemming in Jungle Drum & Bass, the duo take a multi-genre approach to making music with releases on Ram Records sister-label Program, Proximity, The Weird & The Wonderful and Shiva Soundsystem Recordings and have become notorious DJing across East London’s clubs and warehouses. With a history presenting on BBC Radio 1 for D-Code, as well as production duties for BAFTA-nominated video game DJ Hero, they’ve proved their multi-faceted approach to music making.

This session is going to be mainly for beginners and intermediates focusing on how to maximise workflow using Abelton Live. During the session, D-Code and Psylence will show you how to organise your folders and plugins for quick access and how to optimise your sample libraries to ensure pace during creative sessions.

They will also cover the importance of grouping tracks, creating a workable structure for mixing and the plugins used on their main channels. Finally, They will show you what aux sends they use, their go-to plugins and why it’s essential to have this set up as a template before starting a session and how it plays an important role when collaborating.

The session will be wrapped up with a Q&A to answer all your queries.

The masterclass will cover:

> Organising folders and plugins

> Optimising sample library

> Grouping tracks and creating sub-groups

> Essential plugins

> Setting up aux tracks and our go-to plugins

> Creating a template

> Working collaboratively

Event Details

Start Times
  • 4th June 2020, 19:00 BST (British Summer Time)

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