Sunday morning - I almost spit up my Cheerios ! You people have got a truck load of GREAT new additions on the site - OVER NIGHT ! Fantastic! I started 1968 ( not typo ) at a conservatory of music. Bob Moog was our service man - his first sale! GREAT GUY ! 1998, I did a remix of a hit I had with the word Sexy in it - was told TOO LONG for radio ! Why the history ? - PAST PAIN because of "dinosaurs" ! I cannot express to you how happy I am to see Electronic music conquer ! I am catching up in the last year - Logic 9 plus all the other toys ! You have monster teachers and the BEST products ! Congrats ! Duane Hitchings ( Reverbnation )
Chris02/05/2013, 03:55 AM
What can I say, I have been thinking since november last year about buying a template, wondering if it would be a waste of money or not, I bought one last night and its totally changed the way I use logic already, the insight into the EQ and FX is awesome and the notes that come just turn on the light for you. try put more notes in if possible. Ill be back for more. Thanks
Johnny V10/04/2012, 02:25 PM
You guys have an amazing product but every time I order, I seem to have issues with the download. I know it's not me because I download big files all the time. Work it out guys.. otherwise, great job!
Elite Force - http://www.beatport.com/artist/elite-force/276106/12/2012, 08:29 AM
I feel that producers who have been around for a good while, especially ones that perhaps started their careers in the analogue / early digital era, have a fair bit of experience to offer and as with any profession the sharing of the knowledge helps things grow. With that in mind, the idea of creating a template that people could have a really good dig around with was kind of appealing - it's the sort of thing that would have saved me literally MONTHS of work when I was starting out.
John Signoretti 03/20/2012, 03:03 PM
Probably the most intuitive learning tool I have ever worked with, & is a constant source of ideas & inspiration...I am very satisfied & I recommend a must for aspiring producers!
Dimi03/05/2012, 11:08 AM
Brilliant craftsmanship and attention to detail. I learn so much just by dissecting your templates track by track. Keep up the great work!
Dan Castro - myspace.com/dancastromusic02/02/2012, 12:11 AM
Beginners will especially be able to learn a lot from Beatelite.com. From side-chaining to basic compression. It is clearly and concisely laid out as not to confuse beginners. Pros will also learn some of the harder techniques such as multiband compression, stereo width, general compression and things like using a specific Ableton plug for something that you may not necessarily think it would be conventionally used for ;)
Ryan Sullivan01/30/2012, 11:12 AM
By sharing ideas and knowledge, there is much to learn for everyone. Both beginners and professionals can see exactly how others compose and arrange a full song as well as see how others sculpt, create and design sounds. Even just understanding how another person works with compression or EQ within the final mix can inspire someone. From concept and composition to final mix and master, there is something for everyone to gain out of any template.
Glowbot the Jew01/22/2012, 04:50 PM
Love learning the way other producers do it. This is great for new artists. It'll teach them a lot :D
The Rogue Element12/09/2011, 01:10 AM
"I definitely think it's great for beginners, I would have loved access to a project file like this when I was a novice. In terms of workflow for pros, it's always interesting to have a nose around what your contemporaries are up to and check out how they do things!"