Mike Verta Online Masterclass Impressions

I think we should be able to do passable “impressions” of our composing contemporaries. Doing so reveals our understanding (or lack thereof) of the colors and styles we’re surrounded by – which naturally influence our own work!
Read More... 15-10-2016, 23:02
Mike Verta Online Masterclass ETHNIC and WORLD

There is a world of interesting instruments, tonalities, colors, and harmonies out there which we can use in our work. Rather than just dropping a duduk on top of some strings, lets explore deeper the techniques and effectiveness of truly integrating these gems within our Western framework. When it’s done right, it’s both exotic and familiar, and extremely effective!
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Mike Verta Online Masterclass COMPOSITION 2

This one’s all about moods. Heroic, wistful, ominous, elated, vengeful, bitter, liberated, mysterious – learning how to conjure a specific emotion for our audiences is a key skill. I’ll be covering some of the essential tricks for establishing a mood and discussing how to get from one to another quickly and efficiently. I lean on this skillset every day with every cue. Don’t miss this one!
Read More... 15-10-2016, 13:41
Mike Verta Online Masterclass COMPOSITION 1

This class is about creating simple, compelling, and engaging ideas which not only connect with your audience consistently, but have the inherent building blocks to merit sophisticated development over time.
Read More... 15-10-2016, 11:59
Warp Academy  Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians

As an educator and musician I’m always working on developing and honing my own skills. This has me on a search for better and better teachers as I learn and grow. I’m excited to share that I’m bringing one of my very own teachers to the table to share his wisdom and expertise with you. I’m thrilled to introduce Ray Harmony, who’ll be teaching our newest course, Music Hacking for Electronic Musicians!
Read More... 15-10-2016, 11:00
Ask Video Audio Plugins 101 10 FREE Synths That You Can't Live Without

There's a world of FREE synths out there that most producers don't know, haven't explored or taken the time to learn. Here's a course covering 10 of trainer G.W. Childs' favorites! See what these FREE synths can do for you!
Read More... 15-10-2016, 11:00
Groove3 Studio One Know-How VocAlign ARA

Presonus and the wizards at Synchro Arts are pleased to bring you direct VocAlign integration into Studio One! VocAlign is THE way to align vocals, harmonies and doubling parts. Join S1 wiz Marcus Huyskens as he reveals what you need to know!
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Udemy Synthesis Using Synthesis for Music Production Intro Class

This classes uses the same system I've used for years in my college courses for teaching sound design: Identify and master the 4 main pieces of any synthesizer, and you will be flying when you first approach any other unit in the future.
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Lynda - Mandolin Lessons with Mike Marshall 1 Fundamentals

Take mandolin lessons online and learn at your own pace. Mike Marshall—founder of Mandolin Symposium, Grammy nominee, and founding member of the David Grisman Quintet—teaches the fundamentals of bluegrass, classical, and Brazilian mandolin. This four-part comprehensive video library includes hundreds of online mandolin lessons, plus exclusive performances, special guest interviews, and study materials such as tab and audio samples. Part 1 covers basics such as holding and tuning a mandolin, positioning your hands and fingers, and playing simple chords. Mike also covers a bit of music theory and techniques like chops and picking, so you can start to play the mandolin in more modern arrangements. Plus, learn to play some simple tunes, including classics such as "Hand Me Down My Walking Cane" and "Wabash Cannonball," that will keep you motivated on your journey to mandolin mastery. Note: This course is one of a 4-part series created and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
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Lynda  Mandolin Lessons with Mike Marshall 2 Soloing Ideas and Kickoffs

Take mandolin lessons online and learn at your own pace. Grammy nominee Mike Marshall teaches the intermediate concepts that will take your mandolin skills to the next level. Get practice exercises to stay motivated and increase your speed and dexterity, and build your repertoire of solo and kickoff material. Mike starts the course with some techniques for keeping your instrument in tip-top shape, including changing the strings and setting the action (aka fret spacing). Then he segues into some intermediate music theory—keeping things fun and practical by showing examples in action. Next, learn how to play some intermediate mandolin tunes, including blues licks and scales, and practice some finger buster exercises to help refine your finger positioning, stamina, and reach. This course is part two of the Mandolin Lessons series, which includes hundreds of lessons, exclusive performances, and special guest interviews. Make sure to check out the exercise files for downloadable tab, audio samples, and other study materials. Note: This course was created and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
Read More... 14-10-2016, 21:09
Lynda Mandolin Lessons with Mike Marshall 3 Simplifying Difficult Tunes

What does it take to become an advanced mandolin player like Grammy nominee Mike Marshall? Once you've mastered the basics, you may want to take on some more difficult tunes. This course, the third in the Mandolin Lessons series, helps you break down popular but challenging songs like "Ride the Wild Turkey" and build your speed, dexterity, and ability to improvise. Learn how to incorporate a metronome into your practice, play advanced arpeggios, and use open and closed finger positioning to navigate complex chord charges. In chapter 3, Mike goes in the opposite direction: making simple tunes more interesting. Learn how to spice up basic songs with embellishments, slides, hammer-ons, and pull-offs; play four-finger scales; and reharmonize traditional melodies. Make sure to check out the exercise files for downloadable tab, audio samples, and other study materials to assist your practice. Note: This course was created and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
Read More... 14-10-2016, 21:09
Lynda Mandolin Lessons with Mike Marshall: 4 Favorite Advanced Tunes

Mandolin Lessons is a four-part comprehensive video library that includes hundreds of online mandolin lessons, plus exclusive performances, interviews, tab, and audio samples. You can learn mandolin at your own pace, anywhere you can take your instrument and your learning device. Part 4 introduces instructor Mike Marshall's favorite advanced tunes. He breaks down the chords and melodies of classics like "Silent Night" and "Auld Lang Syne" and then offers some variations that will keep the tunes fresh for years to come. Plus, learn how to use the circle of fifths as a tool for playing in all 12 keys (major and minor) and for finding chord progressions, arpeggios, and chromatics. These lessons offer mandolin students an inside look at a professional musician's own musical process. Note: This course was created and produced by ArtistWorks. We are honored to host this training in our library.
Read More... 14-10-2016, 21:09
Groove 3 Blue Cat Audio Destructor Explained

Blue Cat Audio is ready to destroy the world in a great sounding way with their new Destructor plug-in. Learn all about this awesome sonic manipulator with your host Scottie Dugan in these in-depth video tutorials.
Read More... 14-10-2016, 21:09
Futurephonic Complete Edition Masterclass

So, you're looking for the best possible production tutorial available. You've taken a look around but there's not a lot of real info on how the pros are getting THAT epic Psytrance sound. That big, festival-rocking, kick-and-bass heaving production.
Read More... 14-10-2016, 09:03
Lynda Up and Running with Studio One 3

Studio One is an up-and-coming DAW that's a serious contender for "best DAW ever. " Its speed and agility belie its powerful editing tools and rich library of sounds. In this course, author Scott Hirsch shows how to get started with Studio One 3, beginning with the Start page and device setup. He then shows how to start recording a new song with templates and Studio One's built-in loops. Next, Scott moves into editing and arranging audio and MIDI, explaining important techniques like quantizing MIDI and creating multi-instruments. He then covers automating and mixing in the console, and using Studio One's mastering and digital publishing tools to share your tracks with the world.
Read More... 13-10-2016, 19:56
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