Also known as The Scratch Technician for his DJ and music production work., TST's main focus has always been on being the best at what he does while retaining a strong sense of uniqueness to his work.
The Sound Tutor
He's played on BBC's 1Xtra radio station three times, won many DJ competitions and has been producing various genres of electronic music since the mid 90s.
From his unique take on Dubstep with artists Octane & DLR for the track Red Tape, to his rock tinged hardcore track with Euphony called Release The Pressure, TST has consistently shown a strong passion for music with substance.Â He currently focusses most of his time as Features Editor for Music Tech Magazine, keeping up with the latest techniques and production sounds toÂ feed his hunger living to learn and loving to teach.Â
Courses by The Sound Tutor
Maschine 2.0 301
Production Tips and Tricks
Liam O'Mullane (a.k.a.The Sound Tutor) is back with some power-user tips and tricks for Native Instruments' Maschine. So power-up your Maschine production chops with this expert 23-tutorial course!
Live 9 406
Creating Dubstep requires both advanced technical skills and wild imagination. In this advanced production course, The Sound Tutor takes you on a sonically-rich journey to the center of Dubstep production using Ableton Live.
Tom wrote on November 6, 2018
Brilliant course. I have learned so much about workflow, particularly automation and the grouping of effects - very tidy and effective style. The tutor communicates hard skills that you will not find simply by reading the Live manual - which is all, realistically, the vast majority of videos do. This is not necessarily a criticism of other courses as most times I am using videos to refresh my memory - just to say it takes real talent to be able to create a track with these production values and simultaneously teach the material in a meaningful way - the sound tutor is a very gifted teacher indeed.
T2C wrote on May 8, 2017
enjoyed this course on tip & tricks, the Emulating DJ Scratch sounds was awesome and very helpful
KHz wrote on December 6, 2016
Although some explanations were kinda confusing, I really enjoyed the video. The Sound Tutor really opened my mind to the capabilities of Maschine and made me look at it in a totally different way. He's taken my skills to the NEXT LEVEL. Thank you very much!
Chaeya wrote on March 26, 2016
Let me start out this review stating that this class is not for newbies to Ableton, recording or sound design in general. If you're new to Dubstep then you're fine. They aren't kidding when they say you should learn all of or say, most of the, ins and outs of Ableton. I would say I'm intermediate, but I felt like a total newb with this course. I could keep up, but it's a lot of info coming at you. At the end when he goes "it's not complicated" and I'm saying "maybe not on your planet." I would say this is an Advanced class.
Again, the info packed in this course is golden. My only complaint is that I believe the mixing and mastering section should have been it's own class just by itself. There was a lot going on and at times I felt it was rather glossed over and rushed towards the end. You do get the files to study on your own, which you will have to do. I've had to go back and relisten to what he's saying because it was so fast and even then, I didn't understand. It's recorded, so I don't know what the rush was to pack it all into 24 videos when I've watched tutorials that had up to 40 and the teacher went at a slower pace. This could mean trouble for people where English isn't their first language.
Great tutorial even if you don't wrote on March 20, 2016
There are a lot of tips and tricks and ideas in this tutorial series. I'm not a dubsteb producer but got a lot of inspiration out of the tutorial. What I like most about this one is that it uses Ableton live (suite) only and it made me realize that it has everything I need. So I'm using the built in plugins and instruments more often now. Great tutorial for producers who work with Ableton Live!
Luke wrote on September 3, 2015
Thanks for this great curse! Learned a lot! now it is a time to practice all these tricks!
Brock wrote on August 6, 2015
Maschine Production Tips and Tricks from The Sound Tutor! This course is one of the most unique and dynamic presentations on a music production software platform on MPV. The tutorials focus on production techniques that are not included in the manual. Anyone who uses Maschine in their production flow would greatly benefit from these unique trucks that could make you stand out more to your audience.
Ian wrote on May 25, 2015
I really enjoyed this course, and have taken the dub step courses in both logic and ableton. This one seemed to be a little more straight forward, and have room for creativity, I appreciate you going at a speed that wasn't too fast and requiring a lot of rewinding. Great course.
Park wrote on April 30, 2015
Thank you for a great teacher !
It was very interesting and exciting
Thunderrod wrote on March 7, 2015
Great in depth meat and potatoes tutorial! A must watch for the serious Maschine user!