Famous from Initial D and SEB (Super Eurobeat series by Avex), Eurobeat is a very special music style, full of energy and power. Anthony McBazooka makes cover songs, original songs and arrangements of game music in Eurobeat style. This time it’s the fifth part of a 5-part series of my ultimate Eurobeat tutorial – Merci Twingo ! Deconstructed.
Did you ever ask yourself how to make a Eurobeat song? Or just curious to see what happens so a Eurobeat song sounds so rich and overloaded of synths? This is the video for you. I deconstruct my song Merci Twingo ! in 5 parts.
Today I will show you what is necessary to get a good mix and mastering for a Eurobeat song.
Software used in this song:
Steinberg Cubase http://geni.us/I0Mvrx
Propellerheads Reason http://geni.us/qg04w
Tone2 Gladiator http://ift.tt/2tTZfA7
NI Guitar Rig http://ift.tt/2dwkGwv
Voxengo Elephant http://ift.tt/1eONE1q
HALion Sonic http://ift.tt/2C15rax
Padshop Pro http://ift.tt/2D9ZDec
Groove Agent http://ift.tt/2C3FG9E
Euronam Soundbank http://ift.tt/2C54PRv
Part 1 is about the idea and intro https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zO7UU8U4pqY
Part 2 is about the synth hook https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nctOmqj1YZ4
Part 3 is about the verse and pre-chorus https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3nLzI9xosI
Part 4 is about the chorus and transitions https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7QmOVQeGE6Y
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