Transition FX Masterclass
Transitional FX are a staple of every genre whether you’re an EDM producer or a Hip Hop producer or even in a band. Transitions prepare the ear for change and help guide the listeners expectations and emotions during a song. Knowing how to create these types of sounds both from a sound design perspective as well as a production stand point will give you the utmost control.
In this tutorial course, Echo Sound Works will teach you how to create some of the most important sounds you’ll ever learn how to create – from scratch.
Learn Proven Strategies – Unlock Your Musical Potential
Module 1: Groundwork
PART 1 – Introduction – This video covers the wide range of topics that the course looks at.
PART 2 – Types of FX – This video discusses the various type of atonal fx that are commonly heard in EDM.
Module 2: Noise Risers
PART 3 – Noise Risers In Massive – Learn how to expertly craft noise risers in NI Massive.
PART 4 – Noise Risers in Sylenth – Learn how to make noise risers in Sylenth.
PART 5 – Noise Risers in Serum – Learn how to make noise risers in Serum.
Practical Tips & Techniques You Can Use Today!
Totalling over 3 hours of indepth video tuition, the Transition FX Masterclass covers a variety of effects including risers, pitch ups, pitch downs, sweeps, drum fills, drum builds, reverse sounds and more. Presented across 18 individual sections, get step by step instruction on how to make each type of sound from scratch; learn how and when to use each type of sound in your productions and expand your skills with a diverse range of essential sound design techniques using synths such as MASSIVE, SERUM and SYLENTH.
Module 3: Tonal Risers
PART 6 – Tonal Risers in Massive – This video will show you how to make tonal riser in Massive.
PART 7 – Tonal Risers in Sylenth – Learn how to use the LFO’s in Sylenth to create pitch risers
PART 8 – Tonal Risers in Serum – This video looks at how to make tonal risers in Serum.
PART 9 – DAW Pitch Bend Tonal Riser – An alternative technique to creating tonal risers within a synth is to use automation within a DAW. This video looks at the basic concepts of doing this.
Module 4: Sweep, Pitch Downs, Rhythmic Transitions and More!
PART 10 – Bonus Massive Tips and Tricks – This video will teach you a handful of tips and tricks to make better transition sound in NI Massive
PART 11 – Sweeps – In this section, learn how to make noise sweeps.
PART 12 – Pitch Downs – A pitch down is a great way to breakup a build and get the listener’s ear ready for the drop. Learn how to make these types of sounds.
PART 13 – Rhythmic Transitions – This video looks at the theory and uses for rhythmic based transitions
PART 14 – Making Drum Builds – Drum builds are a staple of EDM music. This video will show you how to make both four on the floor based builds as well as groove oriented builds
Module 5: From Drum Fills to Bringing It All Together
PART 15 – Making Drum Fills – Making great sounding drum fills is actually easy to do once you have the right ingredients. This video will teach you how
PART 16 – Reverse sounds and Filtering – Reversed sounds are some of my personal favorite traditional based FX. They add a tension and an emotional expectation to the listener’s experience. This video will show you how to use these types of sounds.
PART 17 – Putting It All Together – Put what you’ve learned into context with a working example.
PART 18 – Bonus AIR RISER – The AIR Riser is a synth created just for transition based sounds like risers, falls and sweeps.