Dance Music Masters 106
Noah Pred | Harnessing Chaos
Noah Pred • 21 videos • 119 minutes •
Inspiration is often born out of chaos. In this course, by electronic artist Noah Pred, you learn how to control chaos using devices in Ableton Live along with Reaktor and Synplant to infuse some inspiring randomness into your tracks.
“Good ideas shared for inspiration et la oblique strategies. I would have given 5 stars, but I felt course could have gone deeper into the concept had the time not been spent dwelling on specifics.”
“This was the best tutorial I watched so far. I like the idea of working with organized chaos. I need to make a lot of music for corporate movies and sometimes it's hard to find some good inspiration. ...”
— harnessing chaos
Imagine having a collection of random, robotic collaborators that you can enlist to introduce just the right touch of unexpected spice into your tracks. That's what these devices do! And Noah shows you how he works this kind of controlled chaos into his own music and explains how you can deploy these wonderfully chaotic techniques in yours!
If you like thinking outside the box, and are willing to explore the deep, arcane corners of the creative process, this course is guaranteed to transform the way you compose and perform. But be careful!... because after you watch this course your music may never be the same! Read More...
1Course Introduction (01:34)Preview
- 2What Is Chaos? (03:36)
3Random Inputs (03:13)Preview
- 4Scaled Probabilities (03:29)
- 5Velocity Vectors (03:18)
- 6Chord Disorder (06:16)
- 7Arpeggiator Anarchy (03:33)
- 8MIDI Effect Racks for Harmony (04:07)
- 9MIDI Effect Racks for Performance (09:08)
- 10Capturing Chaos as Audio (06:28)
- 11Capturing Chaos as MIDI (07:01)
- 12Monosequencer (10:30)
- 13ML-185 (12:10)
- 14Follow Actions (04:24)
- 15Random Patterns (04:24)
16Randomized Drums (05:45)Preview
- 17Synplant (06:47)
- 18Reaktor (05:48)
- 19Bass Case (06:30)
- 20Integrating Chaos (08:36)
- 21Chaos Harnessed (02:00)
Good ideas shared for inspiration et la oblique strategies. I would have given 5 stars, but I felt course could have gone deeper into the concept had the time not been spent dwelling on specifics.
This was the best tutorial I watched so far. I like the idea of working with organized chaos. I need to make a lot of music for corporate movies and sometimes it's hard to find some good inspiration. Now I just start with the random buttons and harness it into beautiful music. A very inspirational course!
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