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My name is Victor, and I am a professional musician with exceptional training at Berklee College of Music in Boston, United States. At the age of 21, I have had the privilege of studying with some of the best musical teachers in the world, which has given me a solid foundation in various areas of music. In my Film Scoring courses, I will guide you through the exciting world of musical composition for films, series and audiovisual media. You will learn to create music that enhances visual storytelling and develop technical skills in music production software. In music production, I'll teach you the secrets of creating music in the studio, from recording to mixing and mastering. With my experience in the music industry, I will show you how to take your musical ideas from conception to final realization. Interested in learning to play drums and percussion? You are in the right place! My classes are designed for students of all levels, from beginners to advanced. You will learn rhythm, coordination and musical expression techniques that will help you stand out as a drummer or percussionist. Also, if you simply want to explore music in general, you are invited to my courses! From music theory to instrumental practice, I will provide you with the tools necessary to expand your musical knowledge and skills. With an excellent resume backed by my experience in the music industry, I can guarantee you a first-class educational experience that will prepare you to achieve your musical goals. Join me and discover the transformative power of music! For more information and to reserve your place on my courses, do not hesitate to contact me. I hope to see you soon!
Music composition · Computer generated music · Music theory
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Ludva - Lille, FranceC$62
Trusted teacher: < Learning Piano is not merely about playing the piano > Before starting to learn the piano, it’s essential to recognize that : '' What we are actually learning is "Music", but not only "Piano". '' The goal of learning any instrument is to acquire the language of music, enabling us to express ourselves and enjoy music with others. Playing the piano is for creating beautiful sounds, not really for developing finger speed or strength. That’s the function of gym. < Music is like cooking > When we cook, to make roast beef tender, of course, it’s nice to have a tender heart, but without knowing how to control the temperature, the roast beef won’t become tender merely by our tender heart. By only adding salt, the dish won’t be sweet. Similarly, simply playing or writing a C major triad chord won’t convey a sorrowful feeling. To create the feeling we want, no matter how much sentiment we have in our hearts, to convey it via music, it needs to be translated into the language which the piano can understand, which means, how we press and lift the keys and pedals. Similarly, when we compose, it needs to be transferred into chords, and notes we write. < Difference between an audience and a musician > There is a common belief that a musician can make music with sentiment or feeling. While it’s partially true, the most essential thing is knowing ‘’How’’ to create the sound that conveys the feeling we want, rather than merely knowing ‘’What’' feeling we want to convey. The understanding of the mechanism behind music is essential, as cooking, and that is the difference between an audience and a musician. As an audience, one can simply feel the music. Like a chief who knows how to create a specific flavor to convey, a musician knows how to create the sound which can convey the feeling we want. While knowing which feeling we want is great, it’s merely the first step. Your emotions are not too different from Chopin, Beethoven, Adele or Taylor Swift, otherwise, they can’t resonate with you. But they know how to create the sound that conveys the feeling they want to their audience. < Course Content > I consider my course to be a form of "Music Consultation" because it contains a wide range of subjects that are essential to a professional musician. While we focus on piano playing, there are also music theory, music history, instrument construction, ergonomics for performers, analysis of composer styles, composition, arrangement, recording, MIDI, computer music, the physics of sound, and more. In avoid of confusion, let’s still call my course as "Piano Course”. < Duration > For each course, I will reserve at least 70 minutes in my schedule for you, including 60 minutes of class time and an additional 10 minutes for discussion and any questions you may have. This will ensure that your courses are not rushed by the next student. This ensures that there is enough time for you to solve your piano and music problems. < Recording > I highly encourage my students to record their progress. This can provide an objective standard for comparison and help you analyze your playing precisely. In my nine years of experience teaching music, I've found many students, including those advanced, already play certain sections very well, while other sections may not be not well enough. But they still try to improving those fine sections, while not aware of those weak sections. Without an objective reference, it’s hard to distribute our effort precisely. This can lead to not only unstable performance, but also practicing without a precise goal can easily reduce enthusiasm. Recording your results and comparing them with those recordings you like on YouTube or Spotify can be an effective way to analyze your playing and set precise goals. If you have a digital piano, I can help you produce a video of your performance for each session. This can be a tangible record of your efforts and you can share it with your friends and family via YouTube or other platforms.
Piano · Music composition · Computer generated music
Computer generated music · Music composition · Ableton live
FL studio is a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) that has been one of the most used software in the professional field as well as for pure hobbyists for years. For me, Daniël, it led to graduating from the Herman Brood Academy as a Pop/HipHop producer in 2015, as well as winning the Grote Prijs van Rotterdam in 2021. In the meantime, I have done (co)productions for artists including Topnotch (Universal), and my most recent tracks have been heard on BBC1Xtra Radio, for example. With my lessons I would like to help you from the basics in your development as a music producer. All lessons are tailor-made and practice-oriented, with the necessary theory being applied on site when this is essential. I know from experience that this is the best way to learn in combination with many repetitions of such actions. It is not only effective, but also very fun! The following topics are covered: - Drum programming - Different rhythms - Use of Samples - Basic theory (Volume, clipping, panning, BPM, MIDI notation) - FL Studio software essentials (Convert your own tune to .MP3 and .WAV, Shortcuts, audio and layout settings) - Use of Virtual Studio Technology (VST) instruments - melodies - Structure of a song (composition) - Basic mixing and mastering techniques - Basic sound design Naturally, the topics are adapted to your level, but more importantly to your wishes. So do you have a specific genre that you would like to specialize in? Then we will do our best together to develop you into such a producer! Before we start, I think it's important to mention that fun really comes first. Music is a beautiful means through which we can express ourselves as we want and therefore we can also create what we want. Regardless of the guidelines, no mistakes can be made when it comes to creative expression. It is therefore extremely important to me that you feel comfortable! To ask? Reassure them, and otherwise see you soon!
Computer generated music · Sound (music) · Music composition
Trusted teacher: Part One Class 1: - Understanding the basic notions of the machine (Samples, Programs, Sequences) to be able to operate any of the different models and JJOS versions - Sampling (Recording) - Sampling Vinyls - Sort and manage properly all the elements of this area in your HD, CF and your Ram memory (Samples) - Saving your own Samples Class 2: - Sample Edit Mode - Create a Drum program and add your samples - Program Edit Mode Sort and manage properly all the elements of this area in your HD, CF, SD and your Ram memory (Samples and Drum Programs) - Saving your own programs and libraries (Samples and Drum Programs) Class 3: - Sequences - Create a channel and add your own programs - Programing a beat - Sequence edit mode - Sort and manage properly all the elements of this area in your HD, CF, SD and your Ram memory (Sequence, Midi files) - Saving your own Sequences or Midi files. Class 4: - Grid edit view - Differences between sequence and song - Song Mode - Create your first song - Sort and manage properly all the elements of this area in your HD, CF, SD and your Ram memory (.ALLSEQ&SONGS) - Saving your own Song Class 5: - Filters - LFO - ADSR and Filt envelope - Effects - Sound design Class 6: - Pad and Channel Mixer mode - Signal routing and Mix - FX setups - Effects: Insert Effects - Send/Return Effects (New models only) - Sort and manage properly all the elements of this area in your HD, CF, SD and your Ram memory (.PJ) - Saving your own Project Part two Class 7: - Link different effect templates to a Sequence (Old models only) - List edit Mode - Recording Automation - Sort and manage properly all the elements of the MPC in your HD, CF and your Ram memory (effect templates) - Saving your own effect templates Class 8: - Chopping Samples (Converting, Processing and Assigning Slices) - Keygroup Programs (Old models with JJOS or new models only) Plugins programs (New models only) Midi Programs (Old models with JJOS or new models only) Class 9: - A brief introduction to the Midi (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) and General Midi. - Midi channels - Control messages - Program Change/Bank change - Midi CC controllers - Midi implementation chart Class 10: - Midi tracks - Midi clock - Connect, control and send your Midi track’s or Midi parameters to an external midi device like a synth or drum machine - Recording a Midi track’s to control an external midi device like a synth or drum machine - Sync properly your MPC with any DAW - Create, design and save studio sets or/and live sets properly - How to find the best way to build “Projects” and “LiveSets” according to your musical genre Class 11: - Producing one track or live performance with a complete standalone setup (WITHOUT ANY COMPUTER) - Supervised production Class 12: - Presentation of your Final Project in a live performance
Sound (music) · Computer generated music · Music teacher training
Trusted teacher: ABOUT THE LESSONS My lessons are for all levels and all ages. We can work on specific skills that you are interested in mastering, such as orchestration principles, harmony, notation software, Digital Audio Workstations (DAWs), and more. We will work together to design the course that is perfect for you. ABOUT ME I am an experienced music educator and have taught hundreds of lessons ranging from beginners to the graduate level. I structure my lessons around students' goals while encouraging them to keep open minds (and ears). I am a graduate of Yale University, the École Normale de Musique de Paris, the Fontainebleau Conservatory, and the Royal Carillon School of Belgium. I currently make music in Paris, where I am a 2023/24 lauréat of the Cité internationale des arts and a Mortimer Hays Traveling Fellow from Brandeis University. I was the 2021-2022 recipient of a Fulbright-Harriet Hale Woolley Award at the United States Foundation in France, and received the 2022 Rosalind Swenson Fulbright Enrichment Award. I am also a Fellow of the Belgian-American Educational Foundation. My most recent musicological article, "Overtones, Sonic and Politic: Octatonicism, Minor Thirds, and Bells," was published in Volume 71 of the scholarly journal of the Guild of Carillonneurs in North America in April 2022. Although I studied classical composition in school, I write music in many genres including classical, rock, jazz, pop, and film scores. I played the guitar and the drums in several rock and folk bands in high school. My favorite band is the Beatles. Outside of music, I enjoy making watercolor paintings of trees.
Music composition · Computer generated music · Music theory
Trusted teacher: A composition class that is tailored to your musical needs! This class's main purpose is to help you find your own musical language and voice, either you are a complete beginner in music or a highly skilled musician. The most important question that you will be asked is ''Why?'', in order for you to learn to have control over your musical product, sound and decisions, so that you are always sure that your musical vision is being well translated and transmitted through your work. In this class we are going to work with: 1) Compositional techniques --- Every lesson we are going to discuss about how do you think your piece should be, and about what does your piece need. For that you will need your intuition but also your ''tools'', and those are your compositional techniques. We are going to see them in other pieces and learn how to use them through your own musical vision. 2) Instrumentation --- To write acoutic music you need your ''arsenal'' and those are the instruments that you might use. In this class we will learn the categories, material, sound, structure and combinations of every instrument. We will learn together how each instrument works and how to notate it on paper, so that you are never limited by the nature of the instrument, but instead you are going to be able to bring out 100% of your music. 3) Arranging --- To make sure that you keep your instrumentation skills, we need to put them to use, not only in your music, but also in an arrangement. Together we are going to work on changing the instrumentation in piece and making arrangements of them so that you have a better nderstanding on how the instrumentation of a piece affects directly the compositional proscess and purpose of a piece of music, but also what are the differences between the sound of each instrument while combining them. Also, this will help you make decisions about the result of the arrangement, do you want it to be true to the original, or not? If not, why, and how do you do that? 4) Music History --- Together we will listen to music and learn some basic music history so that you have a better understanding of the different styles, structures and aspects of music, from the Byzantium and Middle ages music, all the way to the music of today. 5) Improvisation --- If you are also an instrumental player, will work also with improvisation. With improvisation you can strengthen your compositional skills, by understanding your intuition, developing your ear, understanding your taste and learning to work with few material, but the most important thing is to learn how to listen and play music with others, because by learning that, you also learn how to communicate and listen all these musical ideas that you have within you before writting (playing) them, controling them and understanding what is needed and what is not in your music. 6) Film scoring --- If you are interested, in this lesson we will also learn how to adapt music to screen. We will learn how to spot the tempo, feeling and texture of a scene but also how to enhance the message of a movie/game/scene/theatre play/documentary with our music. Furthermore will will learn how to use software for midi composition, and VST instruments 7) Electroacoustic composition and sound design --- If you are also interested in electroacoustic music, in this lesson we will learn how to work with sound editting, mixing, design and engineering. We will listen and learn a lot of electroacoustic compositional tecniques to help you explore, understand and work with a complete different musical world. Our goal is to grow your musical perception and horizon. 8) Music notation and software --- For us composers to write our music sometimes we need to use some programs that help us. In the lesson we will learn how to use programs like that, like Musescore, Sibelius, Reaper etc.
Music composition · Computer generated music · Music theory
I'm thrilled to guide you through the captivating world of Ableton Live! As your mentor, I bring over 10,000 hours of experience honing my craft within this innovative software. Having graduated from the esteemed Icon Collective in Los Angeles, California, I am deeply passionate about sharing my knowledge with aspiring music producers at all levels. In our sessions, we'll explore the fundamental components of music theory and sound design, igniting your creativity and empowering you to craft your unique sonic landscapes. Whether you're just starting your journey, navigating the intermediate stage, or seeking to elevate your skills to a professional level, I'm here to support you every step of the way. Let's embark on this enriching journey together, where we'll delve into: Music Theory Essentials: From understanding chords, scales, and progressions to mastering melody and harmony, we'll lay a solid foundation that will underpin your musical creations. Sound Design Techniques: Explore the vast palette of sounds within Ableton Live, learning how to sculpt and manipulate audio to bring your ideas to life with depth and texture. Workflow Optimization: Unlock the full potential of Ableton Live as we delve into efficient workflows, organization techniques, and time-saving tips to streamline your production process. Arrangement and Composition: Learn the art of structuring your tracks, arranging elements effectively, and crafting compositions that captivate your audience from start to finish. Mixing and Mastering: Dive into the intricacies of mixing and mastering, polishing your tracks to professional standards and ensuring they sound their best across various playback systems. Performance and Live Set Creation: Discover how to prepare and perform your music live, utilizing Ableton Live's powerful features to engage your audience and deliver unforgettable performances. No matter where you are in your musical journey, I am committed to providing a nurturing and supportive environment where you can thrive. Together, we'll unlock your potential, cultivate your unique style, and embark on a transformative exploration of music production in Ableton Live. Let's create something extraordinary – are you ready to make some magic?
Ableton live · Audio production · Computer generated music
Trusted teacher: Music Production Lessons with Logic Pro X Are you interested in producing your own music? Do you want to learn how to use Logic Pro X to create professional-quality tracks? Then my music production lessons are just what you need! In these lessons, you will learn the basics of music production, including beat-making, MIDI sequencing, and audio recording. We will also cover more advanced topics, such as mixing and mastering, to help you create polished and dynamic tracks. Using Logic Pro X, we will explore the different tools and features of the software to create your own unique sound. Whether you're interested in electronic music, hip-hop, or any other genre, I can help you achieve your musical vision. No matter your skill level, these lessons are tailored to meet your needs and help you grow as a producer. I have years of experience in music production and can provide valuable insights and feedback to help you improve your craft. Lessons are available online or in-person, and I offer flexible scheduling to accommodate your busy lifestyle. If you're interested in learning music production with Logic Pro X, please contact me for more information and to schedule your first lesson. Let's make music together and take your skills to the next level with Logic Pro X! "Erreanderre a 24 year old guitarist, producer, and songwriter based in Wien, Austria. Originally born in Messina, Sicily , Italy, music creation has been part of his entire life. At the age of 8, he picked up his first guitar and immediately knew he would devote himself to music. Starting as an improvised artist, he later turned his focus to studying the electric guitar, Jazz, and music production . His studies continued afterward in Milan & Vienna . Working with many different artists such as musicians, actors, dancers, and other producers gives him a mix of different personal genres including Alternative , RnB , Edm , Indie and Pop. Passionate and experienced Musician with several years of experience in orchestra, band, and theater performances. A skilled guitar and bass player, adept at writing and arranging music."
Sound (music) · Computer generated music · Audio production
Computer generated music · Ableton live · Audio production
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Piano lessons, Music Theory for children and adults (Santa Cruz de Tenerife)
I have been taking private lessons from Joao for more than 6 months and I am completely thrilled with it! Although I am a beginner in piano, I can see that Joao is very knowledgeable in his field. What I like most is that he utilizes technology very effectively to help me understand tricky theoretical concepts. He also prepares tailored exercises for me, which makes me feel very valued. He really puts his time in preparing homeworks and supplementary documents even before and after the class to be sure that I understand what he is teaching. Joao is also quite responsive. He is very flexible in terms of the course content and willing to adapt to my changing needs over time. Still, as a teacher, he keeps in mind what foundations I need to build and he does not lose track of what I want as an ultimate goal, so he comes with a structured curriculum that I realize over time. I can only recommend Joao if you are looking for a dedicated piano teacher who loves what he does.
Review by MURAT
Piano Lessons for beginners and intermediate. All styles and genres. (Groningen)
Alan is a great teacher and super nice guy. He pay extra attention to your problems with piano and try to fix them using smart and innovative methods. I like the fact that he sometimes doesn't stick to the 60 mins and ask to extend it if he feels something is missing or incomplete. I already had 7 lessons with him and looking for more. Highly recommended.
Review by FAISAL
Guitar lessons, for Modern and Classical guitar and for all levels! (Madrid)
Rafaelos is a wonderful down to earth teacher. Every lesson has been a blast and he's amazing at helping me develop my musicality. I feel comfortable even when making mistakes due to his relaxing vibe and ability to teach in a way that takes into account my current shortcomings. Thanks for being so patient with me Rafaelos!
Review by JEFFREY