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PB Freshers Meet Up: Friday 30th September – Get To Know Your Fellow Classmates!

First up, we’d like to extend a huge welcome to our new students starting this week! We hope you’re as excited about starting your journey with us as we are about having you. To help you settle in, we’re holding the Point Blank Freshers Meet Up this Friday, 30th September at The Hub at Orsman Road. This is the perfect opportunity to get to know and connect with your fellow classmates in a relaxed environment, with food and drink laid on by us. Peep the poster below, and we’ll see you there!

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If you want to join us here at Point Blank, we’re now entering the last few days of our September offer. With 20% off all Point Blank Los Angeles courses and 10% off all London courses commencing after January 2017, there’s no better time to enrol with us. Simply enter PB20 (for LA courses) or PBLONDON (for London courses) when you enrol. For further information on our degree course or any of our courses, contact our Course Advisors here or call 0207 729 488 or, if you’re in the USA, give us a call on 323 282 7660. If you’re calling internationally, use the number +44 20 7729 4884. Want to see firsthand the amazing facilities offered by Point Blank? You can book a space on one of our studio tours by heading here.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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Student Opportunities: Rinse FM Are Looking For a Broadcast Assistant + More

We strive to give our students and alumni unique opportunities to get involved within the music industry. These come exclusively from our extensive network of industry contacts, and can range from DJ performance to internships and paid roles too. Scroll down to see what’s popping this week, and for those that want to access many more ongoing opportunities like this, you can find out all about our courses right here! Please remember, that all opportunities posted here are for Point Blank students and alumni only.

London Radio Station Rinse FM are Looking for a Broadcast Assistant

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Pioneering London-based community radio station Rinse FM are looking for a broadcast assistant to work at the station. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

– Monitoring audio output for both quality and content.
– Podcasting shows.
– Looking after studio equipment and troubleshooting.
– Making sure that you know how the studio equipment works and that you are able to operate everything in there.
– Effectively communicating with other staff in the company.
– Looking after Soundcloud playlists
– Setting up and preparing prerecorded shows for playout.
– Planning shows
– Ensuring proper delivery of on air messaging
– To be reliable at all times.

If you’re interested in applying, please send an email to Louise with a CV and brief introductory cover letter.

Carly Wilford is Looking for an Assistant to Offer Support on Data Transmission Show

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Presenter, DJ and co-founder of SISTER Radio Carly Wilford is looking for someone to regularly help out on her Data Transmission show on Pioneer DJ Radio. You will be working closely with Carly to help produce this monthly hour-long mix show, other tasks are as follows:

– Help during the pre-record of the show to ensure that it’s recorded to the highest professional standard – watching levels, mixes and mic control
– Edit and oversee the production of the show fitting in links, jingles and sweepers into their ideal positions
– Support the show’s interviews by researching artists and creating questions
– Put forward ideas to improve and grow content, production, stats and listenership

If you’re interested in applying, please send an email to Louise with a CV and brief introductory cover letter.

Rising Sounds 2017: The Roundhouse Is Looking for Unsigned Artists!

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Are you an aspiring musician? The Roundhouse is calling upon unsigned artists aged 18-25 to enter Rising Sounds 2017, with 12 of the best acts getting an exclusive opportunity to shape one of their tracks with a professional songwriter and some of the best music producers in the UK. Plus, you’ll get free entry to a Roundhouse Rising show on Saturday 10th December. To find out more, head to the Rising Sounds page. The application deadline is 5pm, 30 September 2016.

DM Unsigned Are Looking for a Studio Engineer

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DM Unsigned is a development centre for up and coming artists who want to take their careers to the next level. Founded by Darren Martyn who is an international-selling songwriter and record producer currently signed to Bucks Music Publishing, artists such as Maisie Smith (Eastenders), Lydia Lucy (The Voice), Stephanie Davis (Hollyoaks/CBB) to brand new artists such as Georgia Box, Mytton Sanneh and Aaron Martyn have all used the service as a platform.

They are looking for a studio engineer to help with the backend of projects i.e vocal editing, mix preparations, recording and someone who can manage a studio on a weekend. DM Unsigned are very much connected to publishing houses, record labels and management outfits worldwide and the engineer will need to share the same long-term vision. It’s a great opportunity for someone who wants to get involved in current moving projects and build themselves up. There are some unpaid projects and paid opportunities. To apply, please send a cover note including your current skills and what your longterm goals are to Louise in the first instance, who will forward you on. The deadline is 30th September.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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News Round Up: 23/9/16

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Don Buchla passes away. Fabric raises money. Elektron announces Analog Heat. Brian Eno bans Israeli company from using his music.

Synth pioneer Don Buchla, 1937 – 2016. Don Buchla, one of the most influential pioneers of electronic instruments, has died from complications with cancer. Buchla was a key player in the development of analogue synthesis and created a plethora of instruments. They included his much-loved modular synths and 1972’s Music Easel. The Guardiae pay tribute to Buchla here.

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Suzanne Ciani pay tribute to Don Buchla. Sunergy brings together Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith and Suzanne Ciani to discuss their work together. In light of the recent passing of Don Buchla, and as Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith is a prominent Buchla 100 user, the film is dedicated to his memory. Watch the full movie above.

Fabric launches crowd funding campaign to cover legal costs. London club Fabric, whose licence was recently revoked, are raising money to cover the legal costs required to fight their closure. The club has started a crowd funding campaign, asking members of the public to support their cause in light of recent events. Find out more here.

Assessing the nighttime economy. Meanwhile, The Financial Times takes a closer look at the UK’s dwindling nighttime economy in a video report. With 3,144 venues in 2005 and 1,733 in 2015, the video explores what the closures mean to the country’s economy and also what night life contributes to the country. To find out more, watch the video here

Brian Eno prohibits the use of his music. Brian Eno has intervened to deny the right for an Israeli dance company to use his music for a series of performances. The company is scheduled to appear in Italy, but after Eno learned the event was sponsored by the Israeli embassy, he withdrew permission. Eno is a supporter of the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions campaign and said: “I was not aware of this use until last week, and, though in one way I’m flattered that you chose my music for your work, I’m afraid it creates a serious conflict for me.” Find out more here.

Acid house pioneer Earl Smith Jr of Phuture passes away. One of the originators of acid house, Earl Smith Jr aka Spanky aka DJ Spank-Spank, has died. Bandmate DJ Pierre said: “Spanky is the reason why the group Phuture was formed. The world has no idea how talented he was and how much I depended on him… He will be in a better place. Love each other people. Love life.” Find out more here.

Eventide’s Quadravox plugin. Eventide have announced their diatonic pitch shifter is now $49 Until October 31st. Find out more and download the free demo here.

Disco Demolition. At the peak of the Disco Sucks movement in the 1970s, rock DJ Steve Dahl staged one of radio’s most infamous publicity stunts: blowing up disco records at a Chicago White Sox game. Widely considered a racist and homophobic act, the demolition could also be considered the first event in a dance music revolution. Red Bull TV tell the story here.

Elektron announce Analog Heat. Elektron have announced their latest product. Analog Heat is a hardware effect unit described as a “fiery furnace destined to make you music glow”. Described as both an audio enhancer and an audio destroyer, you can hear it above and find out more here.

Win a $2,000 complete sonic makeover with Softube. Focusrite and Softube are currently offering Focusrite customers the chance to win a suite of instruments and mix tools. To enter, head to the Softube competition page here.

Undrgrnd Sounds present Analogue Presets. Lush, rich, analogue-style sounds for Sylenth, inspired by classic hardware synths and designed for use in techno and house. Find out more here.

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Dubspot Sounds V5: Free MASCHINE Kits by Mike Kiraly

New York-based producer, sound designer, and audio engineer Mike Kiraly presents Dubspot Sounds V5, a FREE collection of handcrafted MASCHINE Kits made from an Elektron Machinedrum.

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Dubspot Sounds V5 by Mike Kiraly

For this edition of Dubspot Sounds, Mike Kiraly from Sonic Scenarios handcrafted 14 MASCHINE Drum Kits made from custom samples recorded with precision using an Elektron Machinedrum, the drum machine that started Ekeltron’s long-running legacy of live performance and production tools. The Machinedrum is notorious for being a bit cold sounding, so each uniquely captured sample was recorded through various lovely front end chains to sonically enhance the sound with the highest attention to fidelity. A partial list of gear used includes the Neve 1073 Preamp, API 535-LA Line Amplifier, Rupert Neve 542 Tape Emulator, API 2500 Bus Compressor, Drawmer 1973 FET Compressor, Empirical Labs Distressors, Dangerous BAX EQ, Eventide Eclipse, Eventide H9, and more. Each of the six kits also received some final treatment and come equipped with their own linked patterns, sound level macros, and group level macros for ultimate usability.

MASCHINE Kits Details

  • Royalty-Free
  • 78 MB Download
  • 14 Drum Kits Formatted for Maschine 2
  • 178 24-bit / 44.1 kHz Wav files
  • 28 Kicks
  • 35 Snares
  • 37 Hats
  • 21 Toms
  • 57 Percussion
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About Mike Kiraly

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Mike Kiraly has spent the past ten years absorbing everything he could about the tools and techniques of his trade as a producer, sound designer, and engineer based in New York City. Currently dividing his time between personal productions and freelance engineering for other artists, Mike has amassed over 50 credits on a wide variety of releases since 2007. His unique production ethic has always gravitated towards an intricate approach, relying heavily on imaginative sound design. The last four years have seen his portfolio broaden in scope, including on-site work as an audio and video cable technician for NBC Universal during the Olympics in Beijing, Vancouver, and London. In 2012, Mike undertook a new challenge with the launch of the video tutorial series Sound // Concept. Hosted and promoted in cooperation with popular electronic music portal Pulse Radio, this passion project was an outlet for Mike to pass along creative techniques to eager producers looking to expand their skill set.

Connect with Mike on Facebook | Twitter | SoundCloud | Website | Sonic Scenarios

 


Kontour Tutorial

Sound Design Komplete Program

Finding the right sound can be like looking for a needle in a haystack. Learn the fundamentals of synthesis and sampling and gain the depth of knowledge to shape sounds the way you want them or make your own sounds from scratch.

About This Program

Become fluent in the language of sound design and synthesis with this comprehensive program. This six-level Sound Design program uses Native Instruments’ Komplete as a platform for learning synthesis and sampling techniques. Starting with an introduction to the properties of sound, this comprehensive series of courses covers the major techniques used for contemporary sound design.

You will learn to create your own sounds with a variety of techniques and add a personal sonic signature to your tracks. We introduce you to the latest synthesis and sampling technologies and show you how to use the world’s largest and most diverse sound library. In the advanced levels, you will acquire total control over all aspects of the Komplete instruments while practicing genre-based sound design.

What’s Included

  • Sound Design Level 1: Introduction to Komplete
  • Sound Design Level 2: Synthesis with Massive, FM8 and Absynth
  • Sound Design Level 3: Sampling with Kontakt and Battery
  • Sound Design Level 4: Advanced Sound Design
  • Sound Design Level 5: Reaktor Ensembles and Production Techniques
  • Sound Design Level 6: Reaktor Programming and Instrument Building

Additional Information

Visit the Music Foundations course page for detailed information on this program here.

If you have questions, please call 877.DUBSPOT or send us a message.

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Sarm Music Village & PB Present – Sarm Session: Trevor Horn

trevorhorn2Trevor Horn is one of the most influential producers on the planet, having worked with everyone from Frankie Goes to Hollywood and Grace Jones to Seal, Art of Noise and many, many more 

On Sunday 13th November, two legendary music production institutions are teaming up to bring you world-class knowledge, insight and inspiration at a brand new event concept. Taking place at the newly-built SARM Music Village – the next generation of the famous studio complex – in collaboration with Point Blank, it’s your chance to learn directly from Trevor Horn: one of the world’s most legendary producers.

Trevor will be discussing everything from recording techniques, his favourite equipment, production approach and will be breaking down one of his most iconic productions: Frankie Goes To Hollywood’s ‘Relax’. This exclusive opportunity will be a once-in-a-lifetime experience; your chance to learn directly from the man who shaped the sound of modern music. Tickets are priced at £195 and are places are strictly limited to 50 on a first come, first served basis. Head here to reserve your space.

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Over the course of the day, SARM Music Village’s expert engineers will also pass on decades’ worth of experience working with the biggest artists in music through in- depth masterclasses. Later, Point Blank’s Ski Oakenfull (Galliano, Incognito) will deconstruct a track from the ZTT catalogue, breaking down the sounds, notes and chords to show you how a track comes together. Finally, Point Blank’s Paul Ressell (Faithless, Lana Del Rey) will be giving an insight into the world of sound design and creative composition.

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There’ll also be an opportunity for you to ask questions to both Trevor and the SARM Music Village team, hosted by educational innovators Point Blank Music School.
This unique day will give you unprecedented access to the knowledge, people and equipment used in defining modern pop music, as well as offer you the chance to network with like-minded creative across the industry. Don’t miss your chance to be a part of it.

BUY YOUR TICKETS TO THIS EXCLUSIVE EVENT HERE

(This event is limited to only 50 tickets at £195 on a first come, first served basis)

 

Sarm Session: Schedule

10.30am: Arrival / Networking / Intro

11am: Recording & Mixing Techniques with Sarm/Trevor Horn Engineer – Behind the scenes tips and practices for making the most out of a recording session and getting the best out of a mix.

12pm: Trevor Horn deconstructs Frankie Goes to Hollywood – Relax – Using the original stems, Trevor explores the key elements of this iconic track and gives some insight into the creative and recording process

1pm: Lunch

2pm: Trevor Horn Q&A  

2.45pm: Track Deconstruction: Ski Oakenfull (Incognito, Galliano, Defected) – Point Blank’s Ski Oakenfull deconstructs a classic dance track, breaking down its musical formula for success to give you valuable insight into how to develop your own tracks

3:45pm: Creative Workflow: Paul Ressel (Lana Del Rey, Faithless) – Producer and composer Paul Ressel dives into some techniques to make the most of your creative ideas, whether starting completely from scratch or with a working brief.

4.30pm: Finish

 

This event is just one of the many opportunities our students get to meet and learn from world-famous producers, artists and DJs. With our many masterclasses and former students including MK, Claude Von Stroke, Richie Hawtin, Goldie, Matthew Dear and many more, combined with amazing facilities in our award-winning school, PB is the perfect place to learn your craft. Find out more about our London Music Production & Sound Engineering Complete Master Diploma here.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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Eventide H3000

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In the latest instalment of Hardware Focus, we take a closer look at one of the world’s most iconic digital effects units, Eventide’s much-loved H3000.

Having brought the world’s first digital effect units to market in the mid 70s, Eventide have produced a wide array of units in the intervening 40 years. One model in particular seems to have struck a chord with electronic music producers over recent years: the H3000 was released in 1988 and spawned a whole series of models. More advanced than earlier models like the H910 but more affordable than the later models such as the H8000, the H3000 has become a cult favourite among dance producers.

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Andre Kelman of Oscilloscope Labs processes tracks with the H3000 via The Audio Hunt. He explains the enduring appeal of this vintage multi-effect unit: “The H3000 has been in service in studios all over the world for almost 30 years and heard on countless records. It easily sits in a class of its own. It’s been used by many artists and producers and has lent its sound to many iconic recordings. Its effects include stereo delays, reverbs, pitch-shifters, harmonisers, band delays, pitch-shifted stereo delays and reverbs, stutter effects, a vocoder, a string modeller, phaser effects and a sampler. All the settings are fully MIDI-controllable in real time, with every parameter being tweakable without any digital clicks being introduced into the signal.”

Oscilloscope Labs was home to the Beastie Boys before it was open to the public and, more recently, to the online community via The Audio Hunt. The studio houses a vast selection of classic and boutique analogue gear ranging from signal processors like the iconic Fairchild 670 compressor/limiter to large-format consoles and classic synths like the EMS VCS 3 or the ARP 2600.

The H3000 has been recommended by a number of artists on Attack over the years. Soo Wavey’s Vin Sol describes it as his “go-to for activating sounds”, while Romanian house trio Premiesku rate it as “one of the best effects out there”, saying that it “gets crazy” every time they use it. The unit can be heard on their track ‘Real’:

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Techno producer Kevin McHugh, best knows as Ambivalent, raves about the very similar-sounding H8000, saying that it’s “sort of like dating someone who is way out of your league, but just too gorgeous to resist… It just makes anything sound so glamorous.” You can hear it on his track ‘Snowblind’, or creating the distinctive effects all over ‘Waves Of Grain’, released under his Amber alias in 2014:

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Andre raves about the H3000’s “mind-blowing” presets: “All the combinations that the programmers have thought to include in every patch are truly incredible. They sound like nothing else before it. You can go searching for the right preset and end up loading something completely unexpected that gets your creative juices flowing.”

“Building a custom patch from scratch or recalling one of the presets can open up a floodgate of new ideas,” he continues. “We recommend trying the ping-pong delays on pluck-based sounds, phase-shifting and stereo delays on synth pads, gated reverbs on drums and auto-panners on percussion. We also recommend using the H3000 for creating transitions between parts. Send us a track which you’d like to sonically enhance and we guarantee you’ll find something interesting within the first five minutes of going through the presets.”

The H3000 has won over countless dance producers for its ability to add a uniquely musical layer of effects to just about any synth part you throw at it. By combining effects such as delays, auto panning, filters and pitch-shifting, it can create incredible sounds. “Let your imagination run wild,” says Andre. “The combinations are limitless!”

Oscilloscope Labs will process your tracks with the H3000 via The Audio Hunt.

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Play at DJ Mag’s Work Bar as Part of a Point Blank Line Up for RESET

At Point Blank, we know how important it is to gain hands-on experience in order to build a successful career in the industry and if you choose to study with us we’ll ensure the best opportunities will come your way, whether your focus is on DJing, music production or live performance.

We’ve lined up an exclusive DJ opportunity for our students and alumni, as Point Blank will once again team up with RESET in November to offer a chance to join the line-up of this exclusive house night. Taking place on the 18th November at DJ Mag’s Work Bar, London, from 9pm-3am, all you need to be in with a shot of getting your name on the bill is submit your strongest house mix to us. It could be tech house, funky house, deep house or some other variant, if you win us over with your exemplary skills and selections, you’re in. What’s more, you’ll be playing as part of an special Point Blank line-up which will be live streamed across Point Blank’s channels – the kind of high profile exposure that will put you in front of tastemakers, promoters and label heads, while giving you some real world experience in a live club setting. If you want to be considered, make sure you submit your mix to Louise before October 31st, when the line-up will be finalised.

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Do you want to enter this competition and others like it, but your skills not quite up to par just yet? You need to sign yourself up to one of our DJ courses. Point Blank’s brand new DJ Studio in our second London facility is sponsored by Pioneer DJ and features all of the latest top-of-the-range kit – including CDJ2000nxs, DJM2000nxs and the DDJ-SX controller – meaning by the time you leave us, you’ll be club-ready. You can find out more about our DJ courses in London here, and even book a studio tour of our brand new Orsman Road complex here.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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Point Blank Los Angeles Student Testimonials: Travis Holcombe (KCRW) + More

Since opening its doors in January last year, Point Blank Los Angeles has introduced hundreds of graduates to the world of music production and DJ’ing. In that time we’ve seen some huge developments, from the recent introduction of our DJ Studios and with it our flagship Music Production and Sound Design Diploma, to a range of guest artists including Daddy Kev, TEED, Mr. Carmack and many more. With that in mind we took some time out to catch up with some current students and graduates to get the lowdown on their learning experience at PBLA. 

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Amongst the PBLA students and graduates interviewed was Travis Holcombe – a leading influence in the LA music scene with a show on KCRW. Along with 3 other students, Travis highlights how his course (part of our Music Production & Sound Design Diploma) helped him progress from developing simple initial ideas through to finishing full tracks. Watch the video below to get the full lowdown into our students’ experiences at PBLA.

If you want to learn and develop your craft with us,  you can find out more about our Music Production & Sound Design DiplomaIf you’re looking to join our Los Angeles school this month, we’ve got even more incentive for you: we’re offering 20% off all Point Blank Los Angeles courses until the end of the month. Simply enter PB20 when you enrol and you could save up to $2,200.

Register to Access Free Courses, Plugins, Projects, Samples & More

When you register with Point Blank, you access an array of free sounds, plugins, online course samples, access to our social network Plugged In and much more! Simply register below and visit our Free Stuff page to get your hands on a range of exclusive music-making tools and tutorials provided by the team. Fill your boots!

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