Music Theory For Electronic Musicians with Varien
This course is all about how to use different types of chords in your music, and this is some essential knowledge that you need to know if you want to write chord progressions that make sense musically. Boost your skills with this awesome new video by the one and only Varien!
SYNTHiC4TE | Dec 21 2014 | 140 MB Continuar leyendo “TUTS-Music Theory For Electronic Musicians with Varien TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE”
Gospel Musicians Urban Worship Classic
Urban and Contemporary Worship Vol. 1 is designed for the beginner and intermediate who wants to begin playing right away. Not only will you start playing right away, but you will acquire the secrets to that contemporary style that will jump start you into, not only playing the keys, but sounding like you’ve always wanted to sound. You do not have to know theory, or your chords. We left that up to your piano teacher. All you have to know is the name of your notes, and even if you don’t know that, we even put pictures of the keys on the DVD so that you can follow the fingers and the lit up notes on the virtual keyboard interface.
14 October 2014 | 476 MB Continuar leyendo “TUTS-Gospel Musicians Urban Worship Classic TUTORiAL”
Music Theory for Electronic Musicians part 2 – minor keys
This course is an extension of Music Theory for Electronic Musicians, in which we learned how to work with the piano roll editor in a DAW to make harmonies, melodies, and whole tracks. In this class we expand on those ideas and work with minor keys, focus some time on melody writing and bassline writing, and talk about how different tracks work.
02/05/2014 | 1 GB Continuar leyendo “Music Theory for Electronic Musicians part 2 – minor keys TUTORIAL”
Music Theory for Electronic Musicians
A class designed for the electronic musician that wants to take their tracks to the next level. In this class we will focus on learning how to organize pitches and rhythms to make dynamic and interesting melodies and harmonies. No experience with music theory is necessary. Playing an instrument and reading music is also not necessary. We will be focusing on how to use your DAW as your instrument to create with.
25/04/2014 | File Size: 219MB Continuar leyendo “Music Theory for Electronic Musicians TUTORIAL”
Pinterest for Musicians and Bands with Bobby Owsinski
TUTORiAL | 71.4 MB
Pinterest may not seem like a natural spot to share your music, but it’s actually a great promotional tool—it supports sharing or “pinning” of audio and video as well as photos. Join Bobby Owsinski as he shows how to promote your band, your music, and your gigs on Pinterest. Learn how to start a page, optimize your website or blog for easy pinning, and post pictures, audio, and video to your boards.
Looking for more music marketing tips? See our other courses by music industry insider Bobby Owsinski, including Social Media Basics for Musicians and Bands, Facebook for Musicians and Bands, and YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
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Google+ for Musicians and Bands
TUTORiAL | 57.4 MB
Aside from its popularity, Google+ offers integrated video chats and the ability to segment your followers into circles—making it a natural choice for bands and musicians that want to connect with fans. In this Learning Lessons, industry expert Bobby Owsinski show you how to market your music and grow your fan base in Google+. Find out how to set up your page, start adding contacts to your circles, and get practical ways to use Google+ Hangouts and attract more fans.
Want more music marketing tips? Check out Social Media Basics for Musicians and Bands,Facebook for Musicians and Bands, and YouTube for Musicians and Bands.
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Cubase 7 102: Songwriters Musicians Toolbox
SYNTHiC4TE | March 25 2013 | 556 MB
Just want to get your tracks down fast without wrestling with the software? Learn Cubase 7—from the composer & songwriter perspective—in this making music-focused learning lessons by Cubase product specialist Matt Hepworth…
When inspiration strikes, the last thing you need is to worry about menu items, key commands and audio setup. But that’s what usually happens when working with any DAW: Great ideas get lost in a technical maze! But what if you could learn Cubase from a creative perspective without all that audio engineer mumbo-jumbo? You can and you will!
In this musician-friendly learning lessons, Matt Hepworth has designed tutorials to help you get your musical ideas down fast. He proves that the best way to learn music software is by working on a song. That way, you only get the knowledge you really need to get the creative work done! Yet, you also learn the software and all the techniques that musicians need to know to make sure that creative ideas don’t get lost in the complex roadblocks that DAWs inevitably throw your way. Continuar leyendo “AV Cubase 7 102: Songwriters Musicians Toolbox TUTORiAL”