Liam OMullane

Liam OMullane

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. 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. He currently focusses most of his time on video tuition and his role as Features Editor for Music Tech Magazine, constantly keeping up with the latest techniques and production sounds to feed his hunger living to learn and loving to teach.

Articles by The Sound Tutor

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Review: Cableguys PanShaper

There’s much more potential with panorama than fixed positions across the stereo field. The Sound Tutor explores this dedicated device to get the most from your pan.

Review: EastWest Composer Cloud

Large sample-based instrument libraries are usually reserved for those with deep pockets but EastWest are now offering different levels of access via a subscription fee. The Sound Tutor checks it out.

Review: NI Traktor Kontrol S5

Veteran DJ Liam O’Mullane aka The Sound Tutor has lived through vinyl to CDJs, control vinyl to controllers and now shares his thoughts on a new era of DJing performance offered by NI’s latest S5.

Interview: Icicle on Ableton & Maschine Production and Performance Workflow

During his visit to BPM 2015, Ask.Audio’s Liam O’Mullane aka The Sound Tutor caught up with highly acclaimed d&b producer Icicle to find out more about the tech behind his current live show rig.

Review: Tascam DR-44WL

TASCAM's DR-22WL & DR-44WL handheld recorders boast great features, but it’s smartphone operation via Wi-Fi really caught the attention of The Sound Tutor. He shares his experience with the DR-44WL.

12 ways to Stereoize and Control your Mix in Ableton Live

Learn how to control the stereo dimension of your Ableton Live mix thanks to this in-depth tutorial from The Sound Tutor. You can also work through and download the included project on Splice.com.

Review: Skinnerbox Time & Timbre Max for Live Devices (Video)

Live electronica duo Skinnerbox's collection of Max for Live devices encourage experimentation with drum sound-design and pattern creation. The Sound Tutor gets his groove on to explore it in depth.

Review: Novation Audiohub 2x4

With a solid track record so far, Novation deliver another unique product to meet the needs of the live electronic performer. The Sound Tutor puts this unit to the test.

Dubstep Production Techniques in Live 9

If you're into Skrillex, Doctor P, Flux Pavillion and Excision, you'll love this video course on Dubstep Production in Live 9 by The Sound Tutor. In his own words, he breaks down what you'll learn.