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Mixing / Re: Online lessons
« Last post by EKmixmaster on March 16, 2017, 11:36:05 AM »
Youtube videos are fairly good starting point for learning mixing and mastering and music production as well! Yet they are still are a sort of self education way solution. Cheap, versatile, convenient and easy available... And still one faces question constantly buzzing in head - why the hell these guys doing that and not opposite?:)) No explanations available at all!
Yet time taking classes are time saving. Yeah, it takes some funds but teacher's experience who's able to fix bugs and lead right way can't be underestimated.
So to me classes are still the best solution wor those who aims pro skills at shortest time!
Audio Samples / Re: Your Top 5 Favorite Songs Using Samples
« Last post by Basbossome on March 09, 2017, 03:10:08 AM »
This is a very good thing. I have read it was very impressed.

I found content about this a long time ago. Finally, I found the content I wanted to read.
Body Language - Dope Boy Leo

Song - Body Language
Music, Singer & Lyricist - Dope Boy Leo
Presentation - Anup Kumar
Video - TheJamesOnly
Tere Naal Yaari - Sukhy Maan

Song : Tere Naaal Yaari
Singer : Sukhy Maan
Music : G Guri
Lyrics : Gurmeet Cheema
Dop : Honey Cam
Video : Kites
General Music Discussion / 2am - Indeep Bakshi | Latest Punjabi Song 2017
« Last post by tanveerkaur757 on February 15, 2017, 12:04:30 AM »
2am - Indeep Bakshi

Song Name: 2am
Singer: Indeep Bakshi
Lyrics: Indeep Bakshi
Music: Sachh & Indeep Bakshi
Female Model: Prachi Mishra
Relationshit - Karan Singh Arora

Song: Relationshit
Singer: Karan Singh Arora
Music: Karan Singh Arora
Lyrics: Gold
Video: Kamaljot Singh
Video Editor : Sunil Arora
RaP Marketplace / Professional Mixing and Mastering
« Last post by Ohnik on February 09, 2017, 07:30:35 AM »
Mixing - unlimited audio tracks ($100,00)
Mastering ($65,00)

Mixing and mastering ($155,00)

All in-the-box, with professional plugins, DAWs and mastering software

I also give a try for my services with a free mixing and mastering service for one song.
Londono Patola Reloaded - Jazzy B

Jazzy B – Folk N Funky 2 Past, Present and Future! Twenty-two years after the first release, Jaswinder Singh Bains, returns to the folk roots of Punjabi music to once again present a small slice of traditional folklore with a modern day twist. Folk ‘N’ Funky set up ‘The Crown Prince of Bhangra’ Jazzy B as the poster boy of the new-look of Bhangra music, with the sound of ‘The Music Man’ Sukshinder Shinda’s UK-born rhythms completely subverting expectations.Fast forward over two decades and both singer and producer have become part of Punjabi music history as purveyors of a sound and style that has been constantly imitated but never actually bettered. Relocating from Vancouver, Canada, to Birmingham, UK, in the late 90s, Jazzy B managed to balance the Hip-Hop elements of his formative years with the present form of Punjabi music to create an album that will forever stand as the soundtrack to a very specific moment in popular culture.Now in 2017, Folk ‘N’ Funky 2 aims to challenge, entertain and surprise a brand new audience whilst also keeping the traditionalists at ease with a marriage of folk, creativity and almost heroic context. “It’s been over two decades since the first album and so much has happened since then musically and professionally. My style has adapted to the times and the style of Punjabi music has developed but the essence and core values of my musical values have never changed. Myself and Shinda Bhai have discussed ideas for a follow up for a while but its now, just it’s ironic that 22 saal toh baad sadi, Folk N Funky 2 phir Bhai de naal recording ho rahe!” explains Jazzy B.Six years since ‘Maharajas’ - the last full album release, Jazzy B and Sukshinder Shinda combine on a 12-track masterpiece featuring lyrics from renowned writers such as Gurminder Madoke,Ninder Moriwalia, Harf Cheema, Nav Gariwala, Lil Golu, Satta Kotliwala and Balvir Boparai to reclaim their status as one of the most prolific hit-making duos of our generation. “This is a return to the roots...the music, words and passion of the 90s when Punjabi music was more focused on showcasing the music rather than the artist. We want to revive the old sound again,” says Jazzy. Recording started on September 11, 2015, with the intention to recreate the style of the original whilst keeping an ear on the current musical landscape. “Myself and Shinda bhai wanted to change the game again and take the music back to the 90s...22 years in the making...this is an album made from the heart from both of us.” In a throwback to the past, the first track ‘Londono Patola - Reloaded’ features Jazzy B wearing the exact same jersey he wore in the original ‘Londono Patola’ video in 1995!In the modern era of Punjabi music, full albums seem to be a dying trend in a singles-based culture but talk of extinction may be premature. Jazzy B and Sukshinder Shinda have made a listening album, a personal challenge to bring back the core values of the music they grew up with and somewhat single-handedly sculptured to make their own. Cherish the past, own the present and build for the future - Folk ‘N’ Funky 2 is a creative and musical statement for the new order.
Guitar / Re: How hard is it to hand build a guitar?
« Last post by Richman on January 26, 2017, 04:21:35 AM »
A forum about the music still exists either.
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