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About the course
Vincent di Pasquale is a multi-platinum music producer, engineer and a co-founder of FaderPro. Over the past two decades, Vincent has quietly garnered attention as a sought-after remixer and studio engineer for some of today’s most celebrated artists including Madonna, Nelly Furtado, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, Missy Elliott, Timbaland and many more. He has released projects on both major and independent labels including Atlantic Records, Sony Music, Universal, Island Def Jam, Toolroom and Subliminal. Under the name Rebirth, his Remix of Madonna’s “4 Minutes” (feat. Justin Timberlake), reached #1 on Billboard’s Hot Dance/Club Play chart. The single also went on to earn double-platinum status, almost unheard of in today’s digital world. In addition to his more commercial music work, Vincent Also has a deep history in electronic music, crafting many remixes and engineering some of dance music's biggest hits including Lee Cabrera's "Shake It (Move a Little Closer).”
Vincent is also passionate about sharing his knowledge and experience with aspiring producers and musicians which led to his co-founding of FaderPro. In addition, he has done educational events for Apple and has been a lecturer for both SAE Institute and the University of Colorado.
ABOUT THE COURSE:
The Electronic Music Masterclass is the most comprehensive course ever produced by FaderPro. It is a deep dive into all the steps and processes it takes to create a tech-house track fitting for the Toolroom sound. The course is broken down into three parts demonstrating the main processes for creating a complete finished master track - from beat creation to the arrangement of the track, to the final mix and master.
In the first section, Part 1, Vincent demonstrates various ways to build a beat from scratch to get to that point when you have a solid groove that has all the elements necessary for a complete track. From the drum elements to the bass line to signature loops and sound FX.
In the second section, Part 2, learn how to transform and arrange a solid beat foundation into a complete musical idea. Examine each part of a song from the intro, to the breaks, the drops all the way through to the outdo and the last beat. Hone your skills at transition FX and ways you can create contrast to maintain interest and energy through the entire song.
In the last section, Part 3, dive into the mix by approaching your mix as an outside engineer would do. Learn about an “all faders down” mix which helps you get a new perspective on your track and allows you to re-examine each element and the processing it needs to finds its perfect place in the mix. Once the mix is complete, you’ll learn basic “do-it-yourself” mastering that will ensure your tracks can compete with all the other demo tracks that DJs and labels receive.
STEP BY STEP OR ALL AT ONCE?
We’re releasing Each part independently to give you the chance to watch the parts that you’re most interested in. This keeps the price point low and makes it more of a course you can take over time. Ready for the whole course now, great! We’re also releasing all three parts as a massive course, for a reduced price. Click HERE to check out the PART 1 of the course.
In the near future, we will be releasing the other parts of the course. In Part 2, Vincent takes the groove he created in Part 1 and shows the arrangement process for a complete song. In Part 3, he shows the final mix and mastering process. Each part of the course is shot in deep detail showing every step, and in many cases, showing multiple ways and techniques for achieving various parts of the production process.
FROM NOVICE TO EXPERT:
Not only is this course done entirely in Logic Pro, but Vincent creatively shows tons of Logic’s best editing and sequencing features and goes in-depth with many of its native plug-ins including Ultrabeat, MIDI FX and many of its built-in audio plug-ins. Learn how and when to use Logic’s redesigned compressor plug-in that features emulation of the most common types in history including VCA, FET and OPTO styles. Also, learn how you can incorporate the new Vintage EQ emulations.