Sonic Academy Tech Tips Volume 71 with Haterade

Welcome to Tech Tips Volume 71! In these set of tips, we look at how we can take a step back from solely using sample packs and design our very own unique drums to use in our tracks.
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Sonic Academy Tech Tips Volume 70 with P-LASK

Back by popular demand and with an all-new set of Tech Tips P-LASK dives into the world of drones, atmospheres and textures using simple but super effective techniques in Ableton Live 11.
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Udemy Complete Cajon Course Learn your first 100 rhythms

Learn pecussion and develop your rhythm THE COURSE In this course we will learn to play our first 100 rhythms on the cajon. We will start by learning the basic sounds of the cajon and then quickly start with the rhythms. To my way of understanding percussion, the rhythms are the fundamental element. They are like the vocabulary of a language or the bricks of a house. In this way, if we have a wide vocabulary of rhythms, little by little we will begin to identify and detect rhythms and patterns when we listen to music and as a result, know how to use them. Without a good vocabulary, we will not be able to communicate anything. The same thing happens in music. Therefore, in this series of courses we will focus on obtaining a solid enough rhythmic foundation. In a easy and intuitive way.
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GratuiTous Why Do We Producers Use Audio Compression

I guarantee you, compression will be the last audio plugin you learn in-depth. However, it’s the audio plugin which will exponentially improve your sound and creativity.
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SkillShare How to Create a Podcast in Pro Tools

What is the class? This class will give you insights into how I use Pro Tools for podcast productions and provides tips and tricks on how to:
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JTC Luca Mantovanelli Chords Masterclass Vol.2

Develop an expansive chord skillset that will add fluency to your rhythm guitar jams. From inversions and fingerpicking to chord melodies and essential strumming techniques, volume two of Luca’s in-depth Masterclass will help you become a more competent and confident rhythm player.
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FaderPro The Science of Sound Equalization

Learn about the main forms of EQ and their capabilities so you can understand how each one can be used to improve your own music. The Science of Sound series of courses go deeper into important production topics that you'll use again and again in your own productions.
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Truefire Sean McGowan's Creative Jazz Comping

Harmonic & Rhythmic Approaches for Jazz Guitar The sophistication and improvisational nature of jazz, with its complex and swiftly moving chord progressions, is what attracts guitar players to the genre despite its steep learning curve. Jazz guitarists must develop a considerable vocabulary of chord voicings, along with a solid understanding of harmonic and rhythmic devices, to confidently hang in the rhythm section supporting vocalists and soloists.
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Truefire Robben Ford's Deep Grooves: Classic Blues

How To Craft Guitar Solos & Rhythm Parts for Classic Blues Robben Ford’s Classic Blues Edition of Deep Grooves, is focused on slower tempo blues grooves that are frequently encountered on the gig, or in a blues jam situation. Robben will show you how he would craft solos and rhythm parts, over each of the 5 classic blues grooves.
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Truefire Chris Buono's Song Lesson: Bullet with Butterfly Wings

Accurate Lead and Rhythm Guitar Lessons for Bullet with Butterfly Wings Taught by our top educators, TrueFire’s Song Lesson System is a hands-on contextual music-making experience designed to accelerate the learning process and simulate a full-band setting. Whatever level of player you happen to be, from beginner to advanced, there’s a rhythm or lead guitar part you can learn to play that sounds great in a full band context.
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Truefire Frank Vignola's Song Lesson: Don't Get Around Much Anymore

Melody, Rhythm and Soloing Guitar Lessons for Don't Get Around Much Anymore Taught by our top educators, TrueFire’s Song Lesson System is a hands-on contextual music-making experience designed to accelerate the learning process and simulate a full-band setting. Whatever level of player you happen to be, from beginner to advanced, there’s a rhythm or lead guitar part you can learn to play that sounds great in a full band context.
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Byjoelmichael Music Theory Survival Guide Part 2

If you completed Part 1 of the Music Theory Survival Guide, then this Music Theory Survival Guide Part 2 course will take you the next step further in building your creative musical voice. If you have not completed Part 1, but are comfortable with intervals, major scales, and the triads of the major scale, then you should be okay to jump in this Part 2 without any issue.
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Byjoelmichael Music Theory Survival Guide Part 1

If you are a music creator that feels stuck when trying to make melodies and chord progressions that sound good together, or if you are wanting to learn the basics of music theory in a quick yet concise method (without all the notation and extra steps), then this Music Theory Survival Guide Part 1 course is for you.
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Udemy Play Music by Ear

Play Your Favorite Songs, Jot Down the Music in Your Head, Be a Hit at Parties Musicians who play music by ear are huge hits at parties and on social media, but they also have a huge advantage when it comes to composing music or accompanying themselves while they sing.
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SkillShare Electronic Music Production II Track Arrangement

This class is the next step in learning electronic music production, focusing on track arrangement and structure. We will continue using free, open source software and learn principles that can apply to almost any application.
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