Release Year : 2019
Manufacturer : Skillshare
Manufacturer Website : skillshare
Posted by : Mikael Baggström
Duration : 20 minutes 30 seconds
Distribution Type : Video Tutorial
Video Format : MP4
Video : 2482-2516 Kbps, 1280 * 720 (16: 9), 30000 frames sec, AVC
Audio : 128-132 Kbps, 44.1 KHz, 2 channels, AAC
Language : English
Description : The Riser effect is a term for those sounds that increase in pitch over time. Sounds that constantly increase the accumulation of energy and tension. However, although the general direction of the tone goes up, you can add rhythm or movement to make it more unique. You can also form a general rise curve over time.
This type of sound effects is great for creating energy in a new section of your song, for example: switching from a verse to a chorus … But you can also use shorter and less pronounced accretions just before you introduce new parts and elements.
The fade effect is widely used in EDM music and epic cinematic music. But you can use them in almost any genre. Sometimes you need a more organically sounding slew effect made from real instruments and sounds … and in other cases, you want the electronic slew style to be made up of synthetic sounds to add this accented and sharp energy storage.
You will learn all this from my best tips and from practical examples and demos. So get ready to create slew effects, right now!
6 Lessons (22m)
1. Introduction to Riser Effects
2. How to create Riser Effects
3. Live Example 1 – Straight Riser
4. Live Example 2 – Rhythmic Riser
5. Live Example 3 – Moving Riser
6. Your Creative Project