Sculpture, the physical modeling synth in Apple’s Logic Pro, is one of the most powerful and unique synths available. It’s also one of the most intimidating to use.
Thankfully, Brian has created a video in which he breaks down the mysteries of this complex and impressive tool, demonstrating how to use Sculpture’s multiple parameters to create strong, unique lead sounds.
We’re going to be teaching a 5 hour music production class on Saturday, April 24 at Pyramind Studios in San Francisco.
The class will be similar to the tutorials we’ve been posting here, only in much more depth.
We will do a step-by-step walk through of our production for Parks On Fire, Lies, and our forthcoming remix of Hybrid’s track “Can You Hear Me”. We’ll also spend a little time discussing the business and marketing side of our operation. All attendees will receive multi-track stems for Parks On Fire and Lies to take home with them.
The video below includes an excerpt from a previous class we hosted, to give you a little flavor of what the event will be like.
If you’re in the Bay Area, or know someone is, tickets are available here. Hope to see you there!
In this video, Brian demonstrates how to use Malstrom to create rich bass and other synth sounds.
P.S. Trifonic is hosting a music production master class on Saturday, April 24th in San Francisco. If you’re in the area, or know someone who is, tickets are available here. Hope you can join us for 5 hours of production geek-out!