TTC How to Play Piano

Music is a universal language, and the piano is the ideal instrument to bridge the gap from listener to player. From folk melodies and holiday tunes to challenging classical forms or jazzy improvisation, the piano is also one of the most versatile instruments you can learn, allowing both melodic lead and harmonic accompaniment. Yet, too many people who want to play don’t know where to begin—or believe playing requires too much investment of time and tedious practice—so they miss out on the joys that playing even a simple melody can bring.
Read More... 26-10-2018, 14:27
Groove3 Production Techniques and Strategies Standing Out

Adam Pollard aka Multiplier, brings you an in-depth video tutorial series designed to help you make productions that stand out from the rest. Get a ton of helpful starting points, plus ideas and alternative techniques designed to fire up your creative mind and help you produce original content that stands out in a sea filled with the same old stuff.
Read More... 25-10-2018, 22:29
Groove3 Putting It in the Pocket Explained

Studio guru Larry Holcombe presents an in-depth video guide to putting instruments "in the pocket"! Learn everything you need to know about placing instruments and grooves ahead or behind the beat, making things groove, and much more! Course extras include downloadable loops and wav files that appear in the tutorials so you can follow along.
Read More... 25-10-2018, 22:29
Udemy How To Copyright Your Music

I've coached thousands of artists around the world via my courses and my coaching program Fanbase University. The #1 question that keeps coming up is "How do I copyright my music".
Read More... 25-10-2018, 14:13
Experiencing Progressive Rock A Listener's Companion

In Experiencing Progressive Rock: A Listener's Companion, Robert G. H. Burns brings together the many strands that define the 'prog rock' movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s to chart the evolution of this remarkable rock tradition over the decades.
Read More... 25-10-2018, 14:13
Rock Critic Law 101 Unbreakable Rules for Writing Badly About Music

Straight out of his beloved Twitter feed @RockCriticLaw, acclaimed rock journalist and author of the classic books Come As You Are: The Story of Nirvana and Our Band Could Be Your Life, Michael Azerrad turns his trenchant eye to the art of rock writing itself, hilariously skewering 101 of the genre’s seemingly endless litany of hackneyed phrases and tropes.
Read More... 25-10-2018, 14:13
Future Music November 2018

The beauty of semi-modular synths is their ability to straddle the divide between accessibility and complexity. With a pre-routed, subtractive synth engine, anybody can create and edit sounds with ease, but the addition of a patchbay opens up the road to more complex, creative and weirder sound design tricks.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 18:13
SkillShare Writing Music 101 Scales and Modes

Gain an understanding of musical scales and modes with composer Jason Rivera. This 40-minute class covers the essentials of how to build and use scales and modes in your music—walking you through the process step-by-step with demonstrations on the piano.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 18:00
SkillShare 5 Tips to improve your Piano Practice

How well you play is largely determined by the quality of your practice. Lots of people explain how to play piano, and tell you that you have to practice many hours, but there's way too few information out there about how to practice. This is my first video course of many to come, that will focus on the practicing aspect of the art of piano playing. In this video I will be giving 5 tips that will help you improve your piano practice.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 17:33
SkillShare MuseScore (Part 5) Parts, Playback looping, Export, Plugins

MuseScore is a FREE music notation software that you can use to write sheet music. Because of its built-in playback feature, the program is also a great tool for music composers.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 17:19
World Music Pedagogy, Volume II Elementary Music Education

World Music Pedagogy, Volume II: Elementary Music Education delves into the theory and practices of World Music Pedagogy with children in grades 1-6 (ages 6-12). It specifically addresses how World Music Pedagogy applies to the characteristic learning needs of elementary school children: this stage of a child’s development―when minds are opening up to broader perspectives on the world―presents opportunities to develop meaningful multicultural understanding alongside musical knowledge and skills that can last a lifetime.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 17:02
Ask Video Ableton Live 10 104 Mixing Tracks

Ableton Live is often seen as a creative and performance-oriented DAW, but it excels at mixing too. Watch this course and learn the skills you need to create professional sounding mixes in Live, with Ableton certified trainer Noah Pred.
Read More... 24-10-2018, 09:42
Truefire Guitar Lab Melodic Options

This course is designed to increase your awareness of the various ways a melodic line can be played on the guitar. You'll be presented with 15 variations of an ascending melody and six variations of a descending melody in the key of E over a I - V - IV progression. These examples will utilize thirds, sixths, octaves, pedal tones, legato and staccato phrasing, hammer-ons, pull-offs, harp style effects, octave displacement, bends, prebends, releases, and contrapuntal lines as a means of creating different variations.
Read More... 22-10-2018, 14:41
Groove3 MASCHINE MK3 Advanced Note Sequencing

Thomas Cochran delivers in-depth video tutorials on advanced note sequencing with MASCHINE MK3. See the basics and more advanced ways to handle MIDI notes in MASCHINE, and get helpful tips for creating your own musical parts and ideas.
Read More... 21-10-2018, 13:55
The Cambridge History of Medieval Music

Spanning a millennium of musical history, this monumental volume brings together nearly forty leading authorities to survey the music of Western Europe in the Middle Ages. All of the major aspects of medieval music are considered, making use of the latest research and thinking to discuss everything from the earliest genres of chant, through the music of the liturgy, to the riches of the vernacular song of the trouveres and troubadours. Alongside this account of the core repertory of monophony, The Cambridge History of Medieval Music tells the story of the birth of polyphonic music, and studies the genres of organum, conductus, motet and polyphonic song. Key composers of the period are introduced, such as Leoninus, Perotinus, Adam de la Halle, Philippe de Vitry and Guillaume de Machaut, and other chapters examine topics ranging from musical theory and performance to institutions, culture and collection.
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