Wav Grind The Producer Growth Kit

"These 3,000 High Quality Melodies, Drum Samples, And MIDI Will Change The Way You Make Music!"Who The WavGrind Team Have Worked With We have had the plessure of working with top artists including: Lil Keed, Kap G, Lil Gotit, Smookey Margiella, Pressa, Houdini, Lakeyah, Moneybagg Yo and Dj Drama!
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Music, Leisure, Education: Historical and Philosophical Perspectives

This book explores historical and philosophical connections between music, leisure, and education. Specifically, it considers how music learning, teaching, and participation can be reconceptualized in terms of leisure. Taking as its starting point "the art of living" and the ethical question of how one should live, the book engages a wide range of scholarship to problematize the place of non-professional music-making in historical and contemporary (Western) conceptions of the good life and the common good.
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DJ Screw: A Life in Slow Revolution (American Music Series)

DJ Screw, a.k.a. Robert Earl Davis Jr., changed rap and hip-hop forever. In the 1990s, in a spare room of his Houston home, he developed a revolutionary mixing technique known as chopped and screwed. Spinning two copies of a record, Screw would "chop" in new rhythms, bring in local rappers to freestyle over the tracks, and slow the recording down on tape. Soon Houstonians were lining up to buy his cassettes—he could sell thousands in a single day. Fans drove around town blasting his music, a sound that came to define the city's burgeoning and innovative rap culture. June 27 has become an unofficial city holiday, inspired by a legendary mix Screw made on that date.
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The 4 Element Synth The Secrets of Subtractive Synthesis - Rob Papen

This 224 page book, which is accompanied by online media with over 10 hours of content, gives an in-depth insight into Rob's approach of working with subtractive synthesis. In 2001, Rob Papen began giving exclusive masterclasses teaching 'synthesizer sound design" in his studio. For these training sessions, Rob developed his own method to explain the secrets of subtractive synthesis, called "The 4 Element Synth". This masterclass training is now transformed into a combined book and online media package that also delivers numerous 'tips and tricks' which will help you to design and tweak your own sounds. Throughout the masterclass, a variety of hardware and software synthesizers are explored. We are sure this synthesizer sound design training is an eye-opener for every synthesizer player, from novice to pro. A must have for everyone who takes his sounds seriously!
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Alexandra Streliski Pianoscape

Alexandra is a Franco-Quebec pianist/composer who is part of the neo-classical movement. You can hear his songs in the films and series of Quebec director Jean-Marc Vallée (Dallas Buyers Club, Demolition, trailer for Big Little Lies). His debut album, Pianoscope, was praised by L'Express magazine in France and the Telegraph in England.
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The Essence of the Music Business: Strategy

The fully revised Second Edition is here. New examples have been added to better reflect the present time. Also, as a main focus, strategic thinking, the ability to create long-term plans and how to prepare for this in everyday activities are also present in this book.
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Immersive Sound Production A Practical Guide

Immersive Sound Production is a handbook for the successful implementation of immersive sound for live sports and entertainment. This book presents thorough explanations of production practices and possibilities and takes the reader through the essentials of immersive sound capture and creation with real world examples of microphones, mixing and mastering practices. Additionally, this book examines the technology that makes immersive sound possible for the audio mixer, sound designer and content producer to craft a compelling soundscape.
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Music Representation and Transformation in Software: Structure and Algorithms in Python

This book takes the reader on a journey through music concepts in an organized approach that develops music essentials from the concepts of tone, pitch, and time, through notes, intervals, chords, and scores while at the same time interpreting these elements as software artifacts. Close attention is paid to the organization of and relationships amongst these concepts and their representation as Python classes and objects, to learn about music from a software design viewpoint.
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Coproduction: Collaboration in Music Production (Perspectives on Music Production)

Coproduction is dedicated specifically to the study of an emerging field in music production musicology. It explores the limits of what this field might be, from the workings of a few individuals producing music together in the studio, to vast contributions of whole societies producing popular music.
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The Routledge Handbook of Audio Description

This Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the expanding field of audio description, the practice of rendering the visual elements of a multimodal product such as a film, painting, or live performance in the spoken mode, for the benefit principally of the blind and visually impaired community. This volume brings together scholars, researchers, practitioners and service providers, such as broadcasters from all over the world, to cover as thoroughly as possible all the theoretical and practical aspects of this discipline.
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Graphic Music Analysis: An Introduction to Schenkerian Theory and Practice

Graphic Music Analysis presents Schenkerian analysis in a practical and engaging manner that will resonate with musicology, theory, and composition students, as well as performing musicians. With over 650 musical examples, Eric Wen guides students through the step-by-step process of creating graphic representations of music and reveals how Schenkerian ideas evolve out of analytical issues in the works encountered. Rather than promoting an analytic method for its own sake, Wen derives structural techniques from their particular musical situations to help students engage directly with the music.
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Making Music for Life: Rediscover Your Musical Passion

Do you hope to expand your musical circle? Need inspiration and practical ideas for overcoming setbacks? Love music and seek new ways to enjoy it? Roots musician Gayla M. Mills will help you take your next step, whether you play jazz, roots, classical, or rock. You'll become a better musician, learning the best ways to practice, improve your singing, enjoy playing with others, get gigs and record, and bring more music to your community. Most importantly, you'll discover how music can help you live and age well."Making Music for Life is a doorway into the endless joys of making music, for everyone at any age." -- Bernard Holland, Music critic emeritus, The New York Times and author of Something I Heard
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Thinking In and About Music: Analytical Reflections on Milton Babbitt's Music and Thought

Milton Babbitt (1916-2011) was, at once, one of the century's foremost composers and a founder of American music theory. These two aspects of his creative life--"thinking in" and "thinking about" music, as he would put it--nourished each other. Theory and analysis inspired fresh compositional ideas, and compositional concerns focused theoretical and analytical inquiry. Accordingly, this book undertakes an excavation of the sources of his theorizing as a guide to analysis of his music.
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The Art of Post-Tonal Analysis: Thirty-Three Graphic Music Analyses

The Art of Post-Tonal Analysis consists of analyses of thirty-three musical passages or entire short works in a variety of post-tonal styles. For each piece author Joseph N. Straus shows how it is put together and what sense might be made of it: how the music goes. Along the way, he shows the value of post-tonal theory in addressing these questions, and in revealing something of the fascination and beauty of this music.
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The Music Professor Online

The Music Professor Online is a practical volume that provides a window into online music instruction in higher education. Author Judith Bowman highlights commonalities between online and face-to-face teaching, presents a theoretical framework for online learning, and provides practical models and techniques based on interviews with professors teaching online in various music disciplines. This book offers keys for thinking about music education in a post-COVID world, when the importance and interest of online education is of central concern.
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