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Future Music - In the Studio with Ian Carey

Another very good music production videos from Future Music Magazine "In the studio with...". This time it's a session with house producer / dj Ian Carey . As previously, the quality is not the best (especially video resolution is pretty low) but still you can hear some nice tips and overall see how the pro's are doing :) Of course, you can subscribe / buy Future Music Magazine (I strongly recommend it) and then you can watch "In the studio with..." videos (usually, each issue has one new video) in much better resolution.

Drums (part I) (36 minutes)

Drums (part II) (22 minutes)

Ian Carey Bass Sound (5 minutes)

Mastering (9 minutes)


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cool thing, thanks

Anonymous said...

Thank you SO MUCH for these videos. Why isn't there more stuff like this in the world. It's really enlightening to see someone work and explain what they're doing! YouTube is full of "how to" stuff but it's usually just someone trying to show how to do a very particular trick, but the truth is that most tricks only make sense in a very particular context and way of producing. Here in this video, the guy is just doing HIS MUSIC, HIS WAY, and explains his individual subjective tastes, which is HUGELY more helpful.


Anonymous said...

super dope one bro. u helping a lot of people to make good music . thnx for all your work

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