Calvin Harris has shared a new video, breaking down the production process behind his collaborative track with The Weeknd, 'Over Now'.
The Scottish DJ and producer, and The Weeknd, first teased the new track back in in August, sharing the song on social media before an official release in the following weeks.
Native Instruments (NI) will host two free workshop days in London later this month.
Powered by two of NI's expansion packs, Global Shake and Lockdown Grind, the workshops will centre on afrobeats and drill music.
The workshops are set to take place in Barking at The Broadway on the 27th and 28th August, and will be free to successful applicants aged between 13 and 25. The three hour long sessions will feature Maschine walk-throughs, tips, tricks and advice from artists and producers.
Beatport has launched the next edition of its Beats In School initiative, with mau5trap, Dirtybird, Hospital and Second State all involved.
The year-long programme aims to uncover new and unsigned talent, mentoring tomorrow's stars and providing them with the tools, knowledge and expertise needed to successfully forge a career in the music industry.
Kristian Beyer and Frank Wiedemann, better known as Âme (that's pronounced 'arm', for the record, not 'ahh-may') often refer to their relationship as being like that of "an old couple". More accurately prehaps, they're like an old couple in an open marriage. While that's an unsavoury image, the description does bear scrutiny. They affectionately bicker with each other in the way that old, slightly adversarial friends, or spouses, do.
“Peter Kruder, a friend of mine, knew him, and said he was a super lovely dude. I mean, what do you expect from an 83-year-old guy coming to your studio, and he’s one of your musical heroes? I didn’t quite know what to expect. He could be a diva or dropping names all the time, but there was none of that. He came in and there was not one moment that was not great. It was heart-warming. He’s just a really lovely guy who feels the need to make music every day.”
Point Blank Music School has years of experience teaching Music Production, and after experimenting with many different developers, the main DAWs they teach with today are Ableton Live and Logic Pro. Both are incredibly powerful tools with limitless potential for you to make whatever kind of music you wish.
Priced at $59.99, the Strictly Rhythm Producer Loops pack has been described as a "first of its kind", featuring original loops, acapellas and instrumental edits for purchase via the Avid marketplace from some of the biggest electronic and house tracks from the 1990s.