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Trifonic production blog is live: Next Step Audio

Happy 2010! As the holidays season winds down, Brian and I are looking forward to an exciting, productive new year. I hope you are too.

A few months ago we mentioned we’d be launching a production blog, and I’m happy to say that it’s finally here: NextStepAudio.com.

The idea behind Next Step Audio is to show you specifically how Trifonic works in the studio, and demonstrate some advanced techniques for producing electronic music. Over time we plan to offer various downloads (like the free Trifonic bass patch available now) and more in-depth tutorials for the folks that are very committed to improving their production skills.

We’ll be posting new videos every week, so please go check out the site and subscribe to the Next Step Audio RSS feed. You can also find Next Step Audio on twitter and Facebook.

Please let us know what topics and production questions you’re most interested in us covering (and thanks for the previous feedback). We’ll do our best to address the areas you care about.

Hope you find Next Step Audio useful. Happy producing in 2010!

From Next Step Audio

Ableton Master Class in San Francisco November 22, 2009

Hey folks,

I’m going to be leading a session on Live sound design and production in the upcoming Ableton Masterclass in San Francisco on November 22.

If you’re looking to take your Ableton Live skills to the next level, this is a great opportunity to learn advanced techniques from Ableton certified trainers… and from artists like me!

For more details and to register for the event, visit http://www.electroniccreatives.com/san-francisco or email Timo Preece at timo@abletonmasterclass.com.

Hope to see you there!

Trifonic Production Secrets: What Do You Want to Know?

We get a lot of emails asking about our techniques for programming our music and designing our sounds. We’re of course always happy to answer emails, but I figure it would be valuable to get a more public discussion going as well.

So, I’m thinking about starting a production blog where I’ll show how we do things in the studio and try to answer as many production-related questions as I can.

If this sounds interesting to you, I need your input: What topic(s) should I cover? What questions do you have about Trifonic’s production? What are you most interested in learning about?

Look forward to hearing your thoughts…