I like to go the route of listening to whatever projects you've worked on or made in the past. Give you construct criticism on how you can make your tracks better songwriting wise and production wise. Give you any tools that can help that and then also give you the opportunity to ask any questions you may want answered.
My teaching method is to work over a few classes to build a project from the ground up. By learning the basics, we work towards a better understand of what is needed to accomplish a long term goal. When doing webcam classes, using AnyDesk we can simultaneously work on an audio project.
Before we start, I'd like to hear more about where you're at (eg. Absolute beginner, seasoned musician); as well as your long and short term goals (eg. Make music for fun, make music professionally). Once we're on the same page and you're happy with the game plan to reach your desired result, then we can start instruction, and change course later on if needed.
Contemporary electronic music production and composition is a multi-disciplinary art form. It's my practice to impart an understanding of rhythm and harmony, beat construction from the ground up, the basics of good audio production, the inner workings of analogue synthesis, and a well-informed perception of current musical trends and styles.
I first want to know where the students understanding of the subject is at. I then will speak about what they know and elaborate. Then I will begin breaking down the importance of the process of recording to then how I arrange the tracks. As that's just truly the basics.
I use a basic syllabus, teaching complicated audio mixing concepts and methods in a practical, fun and easy to understand way. Great for Musicians, audio mixers and singer song writers, the basics are taught to proficiency, so you can get on to real world application quickly.
I teach to the abilities and learning goals of each individual student. Using state-of-the-art technologies and best practices, I give students the skills they need to create top notch music, as provide guidance on the business aspects of the building a career.
My teaching methods are flexible according to the needs of the student. As long as the student has an open mind and a laptop with the software of his/her choice to work with, we are all set to go! I can teach half hour lessons or one hour lessons (or more if required) every week.
I love to discuss ideas and workflow. I teach in a sort-of unorthodox way in that there isn't really any structure or laid out plan. I just show the basics and then we create and discuss. these classes are meant for people who would like to learn the program Ableton and would like to pursue music production as a career.
Classes are bassed on the student needs, open to all genres, always very approachable so students feel welcome to ask lots of questions. I don't mind if I have to repeat myself over and over again, it's always important to make sure you understand since that'll guarantee your success.
My teaching methods are hands on! I want you to learn as I show the capabilities and the power of sound engineering.
I help students from the ground up creating a song they can be proud of. Then guide them thru to a finish project.
There's the basics. Secret tips. You ask I answer. I will teach you all I know .
I learn best by doing things, having made that clear, I think everyone has different ways to learn. I will try to focus on what is most helpful to integrate things, be it verbal instruction, written, or through a hands on approach. I am adaptable.
Music production is highly self oriented and technical. I believe in working dynamically with students based on their needs, existing skill level, and what they want to learn. Outside of fundamentals and best practices being covered, I'm flexible with going for any direction in learning.
Hands on approach to mixing. I have club-standard turntables (Technics 1200mk2s) for practice with vinyl. I will teach students the basics of playing records, from beatmatching to EQ control.
Each lesson focuses on both the technical and practical applications of the 5 cornerstones of audio production. Demo sessions are given to the student at the start of each lesson along with .pdf files containing the core concepts and instructions for each lesson. Each lesson is comprised of core technical/theoretical concepts, practical concepts, and practical application.
Get the hands on, no holds barred insight into music production and engineering. I have a real mad scientist approach to Audio I wish to share. We can begin with basic DAW and setup through to advanced recording and mixing techniques. I have developed many of my own techniques and approaches throughout the years and am happy to share the tips and tricks of the trade.
I want to help you find your sound, mix your tracks, and find creative ways of shaping timbres, arranging tracks and producing quality electronic music to a releasable standard. I want to inspire you to create innovative, and unique music and teach you to critique and to eventually have the knowledge to teach yourself.
I want to help you get practical experience producing and composing music straight away. I believe in teaching with a very engaging hands on approach, allowing students to lead the way based on where they are in their development. From my experience as a student and a teacher, being hands on from the start is the best way to bring your passion for music to life.
The way I teach is to work with student's ongoing projects, offering immediate feedback and offering useful mixing, composition and arranging advice. Alternatively, the lesson can revolve around creating new projects from scratch, or going through the fundamentals step-by-step. Given my diverse education, I aim to offer flexibility in my approach to tuition.
I base my classes on a fun but rigorous approach to music technology. The reality of production is you can waste a lot of time mucking about in DAWs (digital audio workstations), regardless of your musical ability. A sterile approch needs to be taken to each aspect of mixing and mastering. Only after should the musical ability be applied to a strong knowledge and understanding of these aspects.
I approach each topic in a similar way to the University syllabus as I was taught, first establishing a better understanding of basic audio principles and techniques which inform all areas of audio production, before moving on to more advanced techniques which are perhaps more specific to the students' chosen field.
My teaching method is very friendly to the student, the clear idea is to get him to play or mix / master any kind of music, but more drawn to his preferences, of course :) I also help you record your originals.
I am a graduate of the Music Production and Recording Technology program of Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, Virginia. When approaching a topic within music production and recording technology that can quickly become very technical and complex, I tend to listen to the students needs/level and cater information to learn in a growth based process.
The way of teaching music technology differs from each students depending where their interests fall into. My teaching methods begin with the understanding the science behind music, then once that is understood we start digging into the more exciting stuff like, using the recording equipment, as well as how to work the different softwares that is required for this subject.
My teaching method is based on objectively recognizing the shortcomings and proposals that want to develop, through theoretical and highly practical exercises we come to understand directly the relation of the applied to what is developed in the same class.
I have had a passion for playing and recording music from a young age. I eagerly will impart my technical and creative knowledge to you in engineering, mixing and mastering. I will help you break thru the sometimes daunting barrier of learning software and technicalities to pull creativity and technical aspects together into tight arrangements and interesting music productions.
I teach by interacting with students and I will try to know what each student is good at and is most interested in. I will try to cater to the specific need of each student, be it theoretical or practical.
I teach you what you want! If you do not have any idea about music production I will explain the basics to you. I will tailor the process individually to your wealth of experience. Fun is one of the most important learning factors for me to really remember something. It does not make sense to learn something that does not interest you or where you can not do anything with it.
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