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found this facebook group for psy producers

https://www.facebook.com/groups/201414789912829

 

i believe that forum are more adapted for this kind of discussions (history, search), but it still might be useful for some of us. They do have good discussions there.

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here are two articles from small tips from some of best sound makers in psy ambient music, thank to Psy-Amb for compiling them:

 

http://psy-amb.blogspot.fr/2013/03/psychill-tutorial-tips-and-tricks-part-1.html

 

http://psy-amb.blogspot.fr/2013/03/psychill-tutorial-tips-and-tricks-part-2.html

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isratrance has many topics about sound equipement and producing, don't hesitate to browse it to get inspired or to find some answers

http://forum.isratrance.com/sticky-most-popular-and-useful-topics/

 

i think this place will become same useful forum in future 

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Kalya Scintilla

 

I made a guide to microtuning and Harmonic tuning with your softsynths. Its quite an easy thing to implement once you get the hang of it and the results are incredible.

 

After a little time in the microtonal word you'll probably never go back to standard tuning again.

 

http://merkabamusic.com/temple-of-dance/microtuning-a-reasonably-simple-guide/

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i like the end, where he speaks about creativity and open mind.... +/- 2h23min

yes it's great, I really do believe that more than anything else it's really important to maintain a playful and unexpected attitude towards music making...great workshop, there are many on pyramind..

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This video is actually an ad for Kush Audio's awesome Electra hardware EQ, but it's an amazing video about EQing.

 

I watch it every few months because he just nails this drum track efficiently and flawlessly.  The video labels everything as he's twiddling the knobs.  This is how I want to be able to EQ.  

 

 

Greg also has a podcast here.  Not really about electronica, but lots of great audio production tips in general from two guys who just love the crafts of recording/mixing.  

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