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Music Talk: Ken Evans on recreating New Order albums for Peter Hook & The Light

Posted June 7, 2019, 8 a.m.

Ken Evans in the Tycho Central Studio
 

Ken Evans has been creating electronic music in the synth pop genre since 1985. In 1993 he co-founded the Brisbane (Australia) band Tycho Brahe, which has so far released five albums and a number of singles and EPs, has appeared on numerous compilations, and has remixed and produced other artists. Various live ...

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Tutorial: How to Make a Patch from Scratch in Complex-1 with DivKid

Posted April 10, 2019, 11:49 a.m.

Modular enthusiast and YouTuber DivKid is back with part two of his series on our latest modular synth Rack Extension Complex-1. In this sound design tutorial, he will show you how to go from total confusion (where does this cable go?) to creating musical bleeps, bloops and useful patches in no-time!
 

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Tutorial: How to Make the Giant Squiddim Bass in Reason 10

Posted Feb. 20, 2019, 10:22 a.m.



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Herobust is an electronic dance music and dubstep producer from Atlanta, best known for his hits “Debt N ‘Eight”, “Blockbuster” and “Giant Squiddim”, featuring MONXX. Giant Squiddim is named after the squelchy, distorted, chaotic synth sound that drives the track, inspired by the sounds of deep-sea ...

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Watch: Phonix Beats on the making of J Cole's "No Role Modelz"

Posted Jan. 16, 2019, 3:44 p.m.

J. Cole’s Platinum hit, “No Role Modelz,” is the highest-charting single from his third studio album, ‘2014 Forest Hills Drive.’ Co-produced by Cole and Phonix Beats, the fan favorite peaked at No. 36 on the Billboard Hot 100 and interpolates Project Pat’s 2001 hit, “Don’t Save Her.” Phonix Beats recently sat down with Genius to explain how ...

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How to Make Vaporwave in Reason

Posted Sept. 10, 2018, 9:11 a.m.

Over the last decade, dozens of electronic music subgenres have starting popping up all over the Internet. Around 2009 Chillwave was all the rage. Often criticized for relying too heavily on nostalgia, artists like Daniel Lopatin, James Ferraro and Xavier began making Chillwave tracks that ironically featured slowed down samples of smooth jazz, easy listening and elevator music from the ...