Marc Adamo puts kick drums under the microscope. Learn how to create a hissing techno kick using reverb on an FX bus send.
The Dim Mak and Ultra regular and Dizzee Rascal remixer discusses the challenges of producing on the road, his essential mixing tools and name-checks his current favourite synths.
The Spectral Sound regular shares some EQ tips, lists her essential studio weapons and explains why the last 5% of making a track is always the hardest.
Marco Adamo dissects the synth lead and drum beats behind Dirty South’s electro rework of Diddy’s Coming Home in another revealing S2S video walkthrough.
The prolific London/Dublin production duo muse about their Roland gear, crappy speakers and why listening to some Enya can help make the difference between a dance floor filler or failure.
The Supernature head honchos take a breather from their Follow My Liebe album world tour to mull over the power of the internet, why diversification is the key to longevity and why professional mastering is essential.
Find out how to build Duck Sauce’s sample-heavy smash Barbara Streisand from the ground up in another S2S video tutorial exclusive.
The Cocoon and Dirtybird regular discusses monitoring with headphones, why he couldn’t produce without Battery and why track structure can matter more than production skills.
Discover the synthesis secrets behind Zero 76, Tiesto and Hardwell’s current Beatport chart-topper in Marc Adamo’s latest S2S video exclusive.
Learn the secret ingredients to Skrillex’s signature talking future dubstep basslines in Marc ’01′ Adamo’s exclusive video walkthrough.
The UK tech-house talent explains the importance of knowing when a track is finished, explains why self-belief is more valuable than any plugin and laments the confusion spread by online advice-nicks.
How do you get the classic dubstep wobble-bass? Marc ’01′ Adamo gets his hands dirty in the latest S2S video walkthrough.
Glitched vocal lines are making their way into all kinds of house and tech tracks – offering unique toplines and twisted rhythmic clout. Bruce Aisher gets chopping.
We sat down with the Ideal Audio head honcho to talk about out how he builds grooves, his penchant for musical drama and the limitations of limitless technology.