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.
This will be an introduction to recording sound using Ableton Live. Any version is accepted. I will go over the basic functions of the software to get you started with recording. For beginners, the goal of the the class will be to create a piece containing two or more instrumentations (voice, percussion, keyboard, etc.
Who is this workshop for? For anyone curious about sound, all music, music in general, who wants to manufacture, build, examine... (from 12 years old and older). Should one know the music theory? Not necessarily. But familiarity with music of various styles can be a great help.
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.
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.
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.
Practice and hand on exercises, ill show you how music is made and how to take it to the next level, you will be available to make any kind of music style
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.
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 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.
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.
My method is a top-down approach looking at the end product and showing how I've gotten there step by step. During this, we look at individual instruments, groups, buses, and everything within them to give the best insight into how to create industry standard, pristine quality recordings and productions with minimal need to use hardware or outboard gear.
Music technology is a very nuanced area, students often have a wide range of goals and skill levels in different areas. I try to find a balance between the most useful techniques and the most engaging practices for that particular student, to keep you engaged and enthusiastic.
My teaching methods are based on hands-on direct experience - believing that students learn best when actually doing the job rather than simply reading about it. I teach is my own flexible production studio where students can expect to compose and produce high quality music of their own.
Are you stuck in your working method? Do you often repeat yourself? Want your tracks to sound nicer and more original? With my own way of teaching I have been able to develop through 20 years of experience, I can help you to bypass these problems and become a better producer. Unlike many schools with large studios and expensive devices, my lessons will be given on your own laptop.
In my lessons you will understand how music translates emotions and ideas. Using the instrument or/and music production tools, we will be strongly focusing on the relationship between you, your instrument and the theory behind it.
Jazz is a BSc graduate and experienced songwriter, producer & mixing engineer who will be providing practical based lessons. You will have the opportunity to create records from scratch, develop your work, learn to record, produce, mix/master, DJ, perform, tap into essential music industry info and much more. Lessons entirely tailored to meet the pupils needs and wants.
I base my teaching approach and content of the lessons entirely on the interests and objectives of the student. I can help with A level Music Technology submissions, as well as helping with degree level coursework, show an amateur enthusiast how to get the most out of music production software, or help an aspiring producer/DJ how to mix, master and incorporate their own work into a DJ set.
Personal guidance of own work in combination with teaching material and assignments, as music is quite unique for each individual when we create. I am comfortable with every style in dance, from pop to trance. It would be nice if we actually have at least one record in the end that you have something for yourself.
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 learning by doing, practical experience and helping students achieve their music production goals. I give one on one private sessions to students who wish to gain music production skills, teaching students how to use Digital Audio Workstations such as Ableton Live software, Logic Pro X, Reaper and Pro Tools.
My teaching method is completely centred around the students requirements of what they want to achieve and also knowing the best areas I am able to push them in so they are able to maximise their learning and push their work quality as far as possible. I have 7 years worth of college level lecturing/teaching experience and I am fully versed in most current successful teaching methods.
I base my lessons on master classes by some top composers, producers and mix engineers and on the lessons that I have been able to follow in my studies. I also take a large part of my personal experience into my lessons so that you are really prepared for what you can expect if you want to enter the industry, but also for the hobbyist plenty of information is available.
What is great about music production is there are so many avenues for it. I think finding what an individual is passionate about is most important and then start chipping away at all the aspects of it.
If you're looking for someone to guide you through the first steps of your musical journey or to expand your knowledge in various styles for piano, voice, music theory, production or composition lessons, visit my website for more info.
My teaching is very hands on in my own studio or at your home if you are local to the RG12 postcode. I specialise in teaching on Pioneer digital DJ equipment and Pioneers Rekordbox system. This is about learning reals skills to change your DJ'ing from simply mixing to real live performances. I can also teach vinyl mixing.
Being a private tutor I focus on the areas my students specify, being confident in all aspects of electronic music production, Mixing and mastering I believe I can assist most students, from complete novice to already experienced producers.
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.
During the first free lesson, I get to know who you are. What are your interest and specialities. I understand your musical experience and the skillset. From there, I ask the 2 important questions: what are your goals and why did you choose music.
I have been doing music production lessons for a few years now, and I find that Zoom is the best application to use while doing mentor sessions over the internet. You are able to share each others screen and audio feeds, while still chatting face to face. Once I get a feel for where you are at with your knowledge, I can design the perfect "course" for you to take. If you are in the L.A.
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