Craig Wright Introduction to Classical Music
Every day around the world, billions of people listen to music of one sort or another, and millions listen to Western classical music. Why do we do it? Because it’s fun? Because it energizes or relaxes us? Because it keeps us current, allows us to understand what’s happening in past and popular culture? The pull of music–especially classical music—has never been explained. The aim of this course is to do just that: To explicate the mysteries and beauties of some of Western cultures greatest musical compositions—among them masterpieces of Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Wagner, and Puccini.
We begin with the elements of music, breaking classical musical into its components of pitch, duration, and sound color, allowing us to better understand how music works. Next, we proceed to the compositions themselves, starting with the Middle Ages and Renaissance, to show how Western music developed in ways unique to the West. Ultimately, we reach the masters, commencing with Bach. What makes his music great? Why does it move us? What should we listen for? And so we proceed down through Western musical history, visiting virtually the people who created it and the places where they did so. By the end, we hope all of us have become more human (enriched our personalities) and had a rollicking good time!
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Capture Sound: Introduction to Audio Recording
I’ve created this Skillshare class to best help you bring your recordings to life with the effects you want, regardless of the pricepoint of your equipment. This will all be presented through exclusive videos and written direction. We’ll cover…
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Introduction to Electronic Music Production with Ableton
Are you a fan of electronic music and want to learn to create it? Maybe you’re a musician who’d like to learn a little more about production. Whatever the case, this comprehensive course has you covered. Using Ableton Live as a medium, you’ll learn fundamental production skills that can be carried through to future projects and applied to all genres of music.
The course offers both theoretical AND practical teachings, both combined logically. If you’re looking for something comprehensive yet easy to understand, at an unbeatable price – then this is for you.
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Berklee College of Music: Introduction to Guitar
Grasp the essentials needed to begin playing acoustic or electric guitar. You’ll learn an easy approach to get you playing quickly, through a combination of exploring the instrument, performance technique, and basic music theory.
MP4 | AVC 398kbps | English | 960×540 | 29.97fps | 3h 59mins | AAC stereo 128kbps | 910 MB
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Write Like Mozart An Introduction to Classical Music Composition
This Learning Lessons introduces students to strategies for style writing of common practice European art music. The issues of harmonic progression, voice leading, and texture represented as addressed in addition to relevant compositional concepts like repetition, variation, and elaboration. The Learning Lessons aims to offer a creative space even within the restrictions of stylistic emulation.
This Learning Lessons aims to give students a set of approaches for composition in the style of Classical and Romantic era European art music. The principles and skills in this Learning Lessons engage one as much as possible in the thinking of composers from those eras, giving the student compositional freedoms that composers of that era enjoyed. The issues of harmonic progression, voice leading, and texture represented as addressed in addition to relevant compositional concepts such as common tones, leading tones, repetition, variation, and elaboration.
The Learning Lessons offers presentations, demonstrations, and exercises for self-
evaluation. Assessment involves a variety of short compositions in common textures found during the 18th and 19th centuries.
This Learning Lessons assumes that the student has had exposure to the basic principles of tonal harmony, musicianship, and/or some similar music theory introductory Learning Lessons. Students should be fairly comfortable with roman numeral analysis or, at least, chord symbols and common harmonic progressions. This Learning Lessons is not aimed exclusively at musicians with a classical music background. Rock, pop, and jazz musicians might find this Learning Lessons interesting as a stylistic contrast to the genres they usually work in.
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Introduction to Adobe Audition CS6: Learn by Video
TUTORiAL | 895.11 MB
This innovative product is a focused video workshop that will teach editors how to create, edit, and enhance audio for broadcast, film, and video, using Adobe Audition CS6. You will be introduced to the Audition interface and standard workflows so that you can find your way around the software and carry out your audio work quickly and easily. You will learn how to import and manage files, analyze audio files, create and edit multi-track sessions, integrate your sound files with the Adobe Creative Suite, and much more!
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TT MOTU Digital Performer
Introduction TUTORIAL | 263 MB
In this TUTORIAL Les Brockmann, a veteran audio engineer, demonstrates that even though Digital Performer was originally designed for professional studio production, film scoring, live performance and remixing, it can be easily used for professional results for all levels of users from home recording enthusiasts to recording studios. Les demonstrates how to record live instruments, record and import MIDI files, sequence and how you can edit your finished project for export in many different file formats. By the time this TUTORIAL is completed you will understand topics like file management, mixing audio, using video, tempo and timing. Continuar leyendo “TT MOTU Digital Performer: Introduction TUTORiAL”