Tutorials

Here you will find a wealth of knowledge, digging deep into the power and flexibility of Melda plugins. It may seem like a lot at first, but once you start learning you will find that the information often applies to all of the plugins, not just one. This makes for an incredibly fast and consistent workflow.

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Introduction & features

A quick introduction to MeldaProduction effects, their features and capabilities.

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Quick start guide to MeldaProduction plugins

Learn how to use the most versatile plugins out there quickly and efficiently, and check the features most MeldaProduction plugins have and which can speed up your workflow tremendously.

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Activation

Explains how to activate MeldaProduction plugins whether you are using a full licence or subscriptions.

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Guide to MeldaProduction distortion plugins

The first guide from the MeldaProduction Guide series is about distortion plug-ins! Check this tutorial and get the essential info about 14 MeldaProduction distortion plugins.

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Guide to MeldaProduction equalizers

The second guide from the MeldaProduction Guide series is about equalizer! Check this tutorial and find out which equalizer suits your needs the best!

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Guide to MeldaProduction filter plugins

The third guide from MeldaProduction guide series is about filter plugins. Check this video to get an overview about these essential creative tools.

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Normal mode

The first video about oscillators describes the Normal mode used to define the oscillator shape, useful for both high-frequency and low-frequency oscillators.

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Harmonics mode

The second video about oscillators describes the Harmonics mode used to control the actual sound, hence useful mainly for high-frequency oscillators.

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Basics and Normal mode

The first video from our modulator tutorial series shows a few examples of what you can do with the magnificent modulator engine, how to use it and describes the normal (LFO & step sequencer) mode in detail.

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Practical examples of Normal mode

The 2nd video from our modulator tutorial series shows several practical examples of using modulators in real scenarios, starting with something simple and ending with something quite more creative.

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Follower mode

The 3rd video from our modulator tutorial series shows how to use the Follower mode to control any parameter of MeldaProduction plugins via input level/transients/pitch. Plus a few examples of course.

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Introduction

The first video in the MultiParameter series describes the basics of using multiparameters in MeldaProduction plugins - how to learn and edit target parameters.

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Behaviour

The 2nd tutorial shows how to do more complex stuff with multiparameters - edit units, defaults, origins, trigger randomizing and switches, and the most complex feature - banks.

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Creating custom easy screen GUIs

The 3rd tutorial will describe how to make full easy screen GUIs for various plugins using multiparameters.

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Basics and classic crossovers

The first tutorial about the crossovers and multiband effects explains how to use the multiband GUI and demostrates the classic frequency splitting crossovers - both analog and linear-phase.

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Level crossover

The second tutorial demonstrates the Level crossover, the first of the unique crossovers MeldaProduction multi-band plugins provide.

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Panorama and M/S crossovers

The 3rd tutorial demonstrates the Panorama and M/S crossovers, which are especially useful to manipulate the stereo content.

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Guitar filtered stutter

Someone requested an explanation of how to get the effect from Sevendust Black, so I gave it a shot. Its not an exact copy, but it should give you good idea on how these types of guitar stutter fx can be made.

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Cinematic percussive sound design

In this tutorial I explain how to create small percussive noises using white noise and filters. I explain how to create the rhythms and then some additional tricks to add some variations to the sound. These types of sounds can often be heard in soundtracks or cinematic trailers.

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EQ automation trick

This is a quick trick on using MEqualizer easily automate different sections of your song. I've been lazy with my EQ automation, but with this trick it should help lazy people like me automate things easily and quickly.

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Improving audio from a portable recorder

Explains how to easily and quickly improve recordings from the stereo portable recorders.

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Audio aliasing explained

Explains what audio aliasing is, what causes it and how it to avoid it.

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Installation

How to install MDrummer? Simple!

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Introduction

Introduction to the MDrummer, probably the most powerful virtual drummer plugin out there. Think of this as a quick start guide. More videos will follow!

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Song tab

Song tab provides a quick and simple sequence, which lets you create drum tracks for your music in minutes.

You can find the previous tutorials here. MDrummer has come a long way and the new tutorials should reflect that. You can still find lots of useful information here.


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1 - Quick Setup - Drumsets

Shows the basic features of the MDrummer's sound system, how to load/merge/generate drumsets, manipulate components and effects and more.

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2 - Quick Setup - Rhythms

Shows the basic features of the MDrummer's rhythm system, how to load/merge/generate rhythms, control rhythm playback and more.

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3 - Midi Command Method

Explains the MIDI command method being the quickest and most advanced method for creating drum tracks.