A new section is created on the website. New secrects of creating the Prodigy tracks will be revealed here in the "Samples / The Prodigy" section. It will contain the sample sources, that have been used by Liam Howlett while creating his music. If you liked my famous video about making of "Smack My Bitch Up" track in Ableton Live, then this section will be interesting for you too. In the nearest future I'm planning to place here the most full list of the Prodigy's samples in the net.
One beautiful evening I decided to touch a "sainted giving" of electronic music, a legendary historical track "Smack My Bitch Up"... Have decided to recreate it from the beginning to the end by my own hands, using Ableton Live software. To prove the world that our ukrainian musical fellows deejays are capable to do something more than just to carry fashionable hair and to write an obsolete unclaimed minimal techno. I decided to write a remake of one my favourite tunes of The Prodigy. What made me to come to such a mad act? Read on, it's all in this article.
This is my first article, and I have decided to dedicate it to such wonderful musical product, like Ableton Live 8, which is professional enough and is very comfortable audio and midi sequencer. Of course, there are another excellent products, like Steinberg Cubase, Logic or Pro Tools, but I stopped my selection on Ableton, because it's very useful for me, doesn't have any heavy unnecessary functions, and simultaneously has all the means you need to write a dance club music.
Hello there! After spending more than ten years in music writing and collecting a lots of experience as in music writing, so in sound quality aspects, I have decided to create this resource to share my knowledge, skills and professional secrets. This website is created for those who wants to learn, how to write music on a PC, and how to achieve high quality sound while being at home and working with just simple computer.