Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

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krakra
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Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

Post by krakra » Sat Apr 04, 2015 3:49 pm

2 years ago I found a great tutorial on youtube. It consisted of several parts producing a whole track. Everything was built with Lives own instruments (NO third party VSTis).
For transitions the instructor used Operator's Noise. Unfortunately I lost the link and I can't find it again in my old bookmarks. I'm aware that the description doesn't sound very specific. But perhaps somebody of you knows a tutorial that covers the mentioned topic.
I'm also generally looking for tutorials on song structure and transitions (without third party instuments)

Garry Knight
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Re: Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

Post by Garry Knight » Sat Apr 04, 2015 6:16 pm

Not sure what you mean by a 'transition' in this context. Do you mean a riser?
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krakra
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Re: Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

Post by krakra » Sat Apr 04, 2015 6:30 pm

Yeah, for instance.

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Re: Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

Post by Garry Knight » Sat Apr 04, 2015 9:00 pm

There's a link to a tutorial video in my last post.
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Re: Looking for Tutorial (using Operators Noise for Transitions)

Post by TomViolenz » Sun Apr 05, 2015 7:36 am

krakra wrote:2 years ago I found a great tutorial on youtube. It consisted of several parts producing a whole track. Everything was built with Lives own instruments (NO third party VSTis).
sounds like TomCosm to me.

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