Computer-wise, I got mine from http://www.rainrecording.co.uk

But to learn more about it, here are some guides for buying an audio computer:

http://www.pc-music.com/content/lifting-lid-audio-laptops-part-1
http://www.pc-music.com/content/lifting-lid-audio-laptops-part-2
http://www.filmandgamecomposers.com/guides/building-an-audio-production-pc

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Day 6 of the Jump Up Drum and Bass tutorial brings noisestorm and my insight into how we arranged the track and composed the melodies

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Woah, 3 different types of sound processing!   It’s a veritable metaphorical jumble sale here in day 5 of the 7 day song on Jump Up Drum and Bass.

We also venture over to the wonderful world of Record 1.5 to look at the vocal processing.   Delicious!

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Day 4 dawns on the 7 day song of Jump Up Drum and Bass!

With it, it brings some lovely lead parts in the form of a sweet bendy lead and a plucked arpeggiated synth.

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Day 3 of the 7 day Jump Up Drum and Bass Song Tutorial brings pads – lots of them!

Along with a big distorted one, we have some terriffic top-end to balance out the frequency spectrum with the higher pads.

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Day 2 of the 7 day song tutorial on Jump Up Drum and Bass starts getting the synths jumping up!

Side chain compression is a great technique for energetic electronic music, so here is the place to start for learning how it works!

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