Adam Pollard, A.K.A. Multiplier, is much more than a DJ, heâ€™s a music personality with interests and connections that span the entirety of the music industry.
His comedic, unpretentious YouTube personality is a refreshing breath of fresh air that connects him in a deep and personal way with his audience. Adam also does sound design. His sample packs span many libraries, including Loopmasters, Industrial Strength, CAPSUN ProAudio, and 5Pin Media. Listen closely and you'll hear his signature sounds in many of your favorite top 10 EDM tracks.Â
Adam is a born educator who communicates complex music ideas with simplicity and ease. Weâ€™re proud to have him on our ever-expanding, international team of trainers.
With its built-in editor, Xfer Records Serum allows you to import and edit your own custom wavetables. Learn everything about this advanced technique in this info-packed course by Multiplier!
Arturia DrumBrute 101
DrumBrute - Make Beats Now!
With its 100% analog drum sounds and intuitive step sequencer, Arturia's DrumBrute packs some impressive features. And it sounds huge! Join producer and trainer Multiplier in this course, and take your beat making to the next level!
Social Media 101
Strategies & Tactics for Artists and DJs
From Facebook to YouTube, social media is one of the most important tools for DJs, producers and artists to grow a fan base and expand a presence online. Join artist and YouTuber Multiplier in this course to learn how to best promote your music with social media.
Sample Pack Creation 101
Designing and Marketing Sample Packs
Creating and selling your own sample packs is a great way to earn extra income. It's also a very good promotional tool to get your name out there, and a lot of fun. But how do you do it? Join sound designer Adam Pollard (aka Multiplier) in this course, and get tons of tips to get you on the right track!
Dance Music Sound Design 306
From epic impacts to white noise sweeps, sound effects are an essential part of any EDM track. Expand your synthesis techniques with these advanced FX sound design tutorials by our dance music expert, Multiplier!
Dance Music Sound Design 305
Pads are a key arrangement texture for all kinds of music... and especially dance music. Join Adam Pollard ,AKA Multiplier, to learn the advanced art of pad creation... and your EDM tracks will thank you.
Dance Music Sound Design 304
Now that you know the basics of designing drum sounds, it's time to get deeper. In this advanced dance music sound design course, EDM expert Adam Pollard delivers a wealth of innovative tools, tips and inspiration to help you design killer beats.
Dance Music Sound Design 303
Adam Pollard is back with an Advanced look at dance music vocal sound design. Join him, and unlock your creativity with these breathtaking, vocal technique tutorials!
Dance Music Sound Design 302
Lead Synths Advanced
Adam Pollard is back with plenty of advanced synthesis tips to help you design better Dance Music lead synth sounds. Join him, and get ready to take your EDM leads from good to outstanding!
Dance Music Sound Design 106
Multiplier is back with another Dance Music Sound Design course. This time, he shows you how to design amazing sound effects that will bring your productions to the next level!
Dance Music Sound Design 105
Who doesn't love beautiful evolving pads? They are the perfect ingredients to use when you want to enhance the ambience and add emotion in your music. In this 22-tutorial course, dance music producer Adam Pollard explains how to design your own, from scratch, using any synth.
Dance Music Sound Design 301
Multiplier, AKA Adam Pollard, is back with an advanced look at designing bass sounds. This course takes you "deep" into the subtle and complex techniques that'll help make your dance music bass parts rock the floor!
Dance Music Styles 114
Adam Pollard-AKA Multiplier-is back with another Dance Music Styles course... and this time, Progressive House is on the menu! Join him, watch along, try his techniques and get inspired!
Dance Music Sound Design 104
In this drum-centric, in-action course, you learn how to make the best-sounding, room-shattering beats. So sit back, put in your earbuds and get ready to be awakened to the world of EDM drum and beat sound design.
Dance Music Sound Design 103
This next course in our exclusive Dance Music Sound Design series jumps right up to the top. It's all about vocals. Multiplier AKA Adam Pollard is back with this "top line" course to show you some killer vocal tips!
Dance Music Sound Design 102
Lead synths are always in the sonic spotlight. This makes their sound design elements extremely crucial. Multiplier, AKA Adam Pollard, gets you the inside data for creating killer lead synth sounds in this 25-tutorial course.
Dance Music Sound Design 101
This first course in our exclusive Dance Music Sound Design series, starts at the bottom... with the BASS, that is. And who better to teach the art and science behind making killer bass sounds than Multiplier AKA Adam Pollard!
Multiplier's 10 Tips for Live
10 Essential Cross-Genre EDM Tips
DJ & Producer Multiplier Shares 10 of his Favorite Tips for Live
Dance Music Styles 112
What is House music? What are its sonic elements? Why does it sound distinctive from other dance music genres out there? How do you produce it? Find the answers in this Dance Music Styles course by Adam Pollard.
Dance Music Styles 111
How many Dance Music styles are there out there? Well, you'll find out because Multiplier will likely cover them all! Join Adam in this exploration of Bass House and add this genre to your dance music arsenal. Produce Bass House now!
Dance Music Styles 110
Our exploration of the different dance music styles continues in this Electro House course by electronic music producer, Multiplier. Learn how to write it, sound design it and expertly produce it in this 21-tutorial course!
Dance Music Styles 109
Making Tech House is hot! And with so many electronic dance music styles, all with their subtle stylistic variations, it's hard to know just where to begin! Start here, with Multiplier, to get the inside info of the what, why and how of Tech House.
Dance Music Styles 108
Multiplier, AKA Adam Pollard, is back with a new, Techno-centric, Dance Music Styles course. Study this collection of 21-tutorials to learn the sonic secrets of this dark, future-driven, electronic music genre.
Dance Music Styles 107
There's all kinds of House music. But there's only one Tropical House and Adam Pollard, AKA Multiplier, is here to shed some sunshine on this particularly mellow style. See what "Trop" House is all about in this multi-tutorial course.
Dance Music Styles 106
What is Electro? What are its essential ingredients? What makes it different from other dance music genres? Find out now in this Dance Music Styles course by Adam Pollard.
Dance Music Styles 105
Glitch, with its chopped-up audio, is sonically inspiring. And Hip Hop, with its swing and jazz/R&B influence, has a musical soul like no other kind of dance music. Fuse them together and you've got Glitch Hop. See how it's produced now!
Dance Music Styles 104
Drum and Bass
Electronic dance music producer Adam Pollard –AKA Multiplier– is back with an exclusive look at the Drum and Bass dance music genre. Find out what DnB is all about, and how to create it, in this essential Dance Music Styles course.
Dance Music Styles 103
It seems like there are more dance music styles than stars in the sky! Luckily, Adam Pollard (AKA Multiplier) is here with an exclusive look to the future... Future Bass, that is! See what the future brings, in this 20-tutorial course.
Dance Music Styles 102
Since dubstep was first invented in the late '90s, it has become a mainstay of electronic music. Up your Dubstep game with this 21-tutorial course by pro music producer and sound designer, Adam Pollard – AKA Multiplier.
Dance Music Styles 101
This first course in our Dance Music Styles series examines the essential building blocks of making Trap. Join Adam Pollard in this 21-tutorial course and learn the essential ingredients of this intricate and exciting dance music genre!
Dance Music Masters 111
Multiplier | Dubstep Drills
Adam Pollard (A.K.A. Multiplier) –cutting-edge electronic dance music producer– created this exclusive Dubstep Drills course to provide you with an EDM arsenal of his Dubstep production techniques. It's not to be missed!
PropitiousME wrote on May 2, 2020
Excellent job Adam! Looking forward to checking out a few more videos from this series. Good scope, structure and delivery.
Claire wrote on April 25, 2020
This course is excellent. I've already watched it once through, and now I'm going back and watching each video again as I build my first track. The information is so thorough and easy to apply, it's really amazing. Excellent plug-in recommendations too, it's always so hard trying to figure out which ones are good. I look forward to taking more of his courses. Thank you!
Ray S. wrote on December 23, 2019
It's nice to have the content on creative use and get a little deeper into the settings.
Aaron wrote on August 5, 2019
I knew a fair amount about Serum, but this really filled in my gaps regarding resynthesis and the wavetable editor. A thorough course taught by someone who has clearly spent lots of time in Serum and offers tips that will help get faster results as well as open creative pathways. Recommended to any sound designers wanting new sonic tools :)
Lars Peter Madsen wrote on July 4, 2019
Awesome stuff! Especilly the snare trick in the end is good!
Lars Peter Madsen wrote on July 4, 2019
Really great introduction to pads. Much better than anything else I have seen online.
bob wrote on April 1, 2019
Aaron wrote on December 8, 2018
Wonderful set of techniques to open new creative outlets in sound design. One of the better tutorials I've watched on the subject. The demos are well presented, the perfect length, and the instructors enthusiasm is clear. If you sound design you should definitely watch this.
My favorite bits involved parts of Serum I didn't know existed! Very useful tips.
H wrote on December 5, 2018
A very helpful tutorial on the practical approach to bass sound design.
Jay1 wrote on December 2, 2018
Good concise overview on how to get going, would love to see more follow ups, maybe discussing the games industry delivery methods and considerations?