Flux Pavilion

Studio Sessions with Cubase

In this latest Studio Session with Cubase, Future Music visit the studio of Flux Pavilion aka Josh Steele where he shows us how he made the track "Twitterbird" from his new album ".wav".

In Part One of this feature, Flux shows us how he made the lead sound, which was created with crowdsourced samples from his social media followers. He also talks about how he made the track's beat, discusses how the key of a track can affect its emotional impact, and shows us how he got the track's guitar tones with his crazy pedalboard that features a distortion effect he built himself.

In Part Two Flux shows us how he made the hardware and software-based synth parts, creating big bass lines, and conjuring up effects and atmospheres with his awesome modular synth. He also reveals the details of the plug-ins on his mastering chain.

Studio Session with Flux Pavillon - Part 1

Studio Session with Flux Pavillon - Part 2

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