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yeah, yeah, yeah, negative I know, but I never like 2 disappoint...
anyways, although obviously one valuable lessen we've all learnt on here (haven't we children?) is google first, the idea of trawling thru endless bullshit to get 2 the few sites that r worth bothering with is just too depressing (and i'm sure this is actually 1 of the better 1s), so I'm hoping sum of the more musically open-minded of u can suggest other sources of music production knowledge (outside of dubstep) that have been helpful 2 u: there must b loads of tricks n skills used in other genres of music that could b put 2 just as much use in dubstep and related sounds, no?
and b4 u all let out a collective sigh of relief, i aint going anywhere, aint throwing a tantrum n storming out, just, well, wondering what else is out there 2 augment my/our learning
not even gonna mention DOA
but for Logic users this is the shit: http://www.logicprohelp.com/
er, thats it
Here's my link - http://www.soundonsound.com/forum
Pretty obvious i know but still. Is fairly informative for the broader producers out there. I've used it from time to time and its come in handy.
If you look past all the 'recommend me' this and 'Ahh technical problem!' that shite its alright.
i was on logic 6 (i.e. still emagic, not apple) for along time b4 jumping strait to 8 and ppl were still helpful on there, but i'm assuming 5.5 means u on PC so not sure how helpful it'll b. problem is all the other logic forums i found r basically dead, like no new posts for weeks sometimes. not helpful. logicprohelp on the other hand has got me a solution 2 every single question within 24hrs so far. try it. mostly they just got hate for protools trolls
Nice one, will check it out.logicprohelp on the other hand has got me a solution 2 every single question within 24hrs so far. try it. mostly they just got hate for protools trolls
Here's another. Haven't used it before but looks alright.
The forum itself seems pretty boring but there's some interesting stuff in the stickies.
tapeop, though it's very rock-oriented and chock full of guys in arkansas recording metal.
rec.pro.audio, don't remember the link for it. very serious recording stuff.
if you use logic (any version), logicprohelp.com is an invaluable resource.
of course these are all forums for recording, not producing electronic music in general. gearslutz's electronic music and computer music forums have a good amount of info and are very active tho.
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