Monthly Round-Up November 2017: Look Mum No Computer, Arabian Prince & More
Hello again and welcome to a special festive edition of our monthly round-up of content. Well, there’s nothing festive about the content per se, but the date on your calendars and the jingle-saturated airways should take care of that for us. In the past month, we’ve brought you deconstructions, demonstrations, directions and recommendations. As always, our content is designed to help students and curious readers alike to gain insight and expertise in all facets of the music industry. To take this to the next level, head to our pages for schools in London, LA, Ibiza, Mumbai and Online. Read on for our picks of the bunch.
For originality, information and style, it’s pretty clear that Look Mum No Computer’s video on modular synthesis takes some beating. Such is his enthusiasm for what he does and for encouraging others to have a go themselves, that you can’t help but be inspired by the hyperactive musings of Sam Battle. Watch the video to learn how to go about building your own modular set-up, and for a demonstration of what you might want to do with it.
Get to know one of our latest additions to the team of instructors at Point Blank Los Angeles and find out why there’s no better school in America to learn about music business with. Arabian Prince was a founding member of NWA who went on to carve a path through music that adheres to nobody’s rules. Follow the link to read all about him, and watch him chatting with RBMA about his exploits since the late 80s in music and technology.
Point Blank guest writer Ronan MacDonald shares seven invaluable tricks to make the most out of the use of FX in your tracks. Having written for Music Radar and others for many years, our writer knows his business, and anyone wishing to add some class to their tracks should take heed.
One of the now legendary series of deconstructions put together by our lead course developer, Ski Oakenfull. Even among a sizable and ever-impressive canon of videos this one stands out, partly for the info on the classic ‘loon bird’ sample, and partly for the input of Grahame Massey himself.
More kicks than a baby in a mother’s stomach. We put our favourite tracks we heard in November in this handy playlist.
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