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Ascanio - Berlin35€
Trusted teacher: I am a music producer and film score composer from London living in Berlin. I currently tutor privately and teach at the EMS - Electronic Music School Berlin. I have taught everyone from complete beginners with no music theory knowledge, to experienced DJ's trying to up their game. I am currently preparing to teach a masterclass at my school that will cover advanced mixing, mastering and sound design. I work in Ableton and I have made or engineered everything from industrial techno to dubstep, acid rock to pop. As such, I am extremely flexible and can focus exclusively on what you are aiming to learn, regardless of what genre or subgenre you want to make. My approach is dynamic and changes depending on every student, but my aim is the same across all levels and types: to get you to love music production. For the beginners: -How to start your track -How to make more than just loops -Sampling -Sound synthesis -Basic beat creation -Mixing -Use of effects -Plugins -Marketing -Mastering For the intermediate to advanced students: -Multiband mixing tools -Advanced Mastering -Using sends as mixing tools -Advanced sound synthesis -Advanced social media marketing More about me: I have worked in the music production field for the last 10 years. I have a recording engineering certificate from UCLA in California. I have scored two award winning short films, and am currently signed to Subsoul Recordings. My personal tracks have reached around 300,000 plays. I currently manage a deep house producer signed to Crosswalk Records.
Sound (music) · Music composition · Computer generated music
Trusted teacher: I'm a last year student at Catalyst Institute Berlin, where I strengthened my knowledge in music production, sound design, live performing, and creative coding. The course I offer focuses on music production with Ableton Live and sound synthesis on both hardware and software instruments. The course structure will vary depending on the level of the student: - beginners > from the very basic functions of Ableton to a deeper exploration into sound design and track arrangement - more advanced students > from more complex techniques (according to their needs and goals) LESSONS CAN TAKE PLACE BOTH IN PERSON AND ONLINE; in the second scenario, we will use Zoom to communicate and Audiomovers to stream HQ audio. PROGRAM 1. What is a DAW? What does it allow one to do? > History of recording technologies; how did we come to the DAWs? 2. Ableton PREFERENCES and settings 3. Ableton’s sections (Sounds, Drums, Audio/MIDI Fx…) 4. What is a Vst/Plug-in? > Create your Plug-in folder 5. Color coding and labeling 6. What is MIDI? And what is a MIDI track? 7. What is an audio track? 8. Arrangement and Session view 9. FUNCTIONAL TOOLBAR: change tempo, metronome, play-stop-record, loop function, + button for MIDI, computer MIDI keyboard, MIDI mapping 10. Recording into Ableton and channel routing (MIDI/Audio from/to, Monitor settings) 11. Exporting a track 12. AUDIO (recorded and samples): a. Warp and Loop b. Transpose, detune, and playback algorithm c. Reverse d. Length and position e. Sample, Launch, and Envelope extensions f. Swing/Groove 12. MIDI: a. Sounds and drum programming b. Computer MIDI keyboard vs external MIDI keyboard/controller c. Piano roll (Notes, Launch, Envelope) d. Quantization e. Fold function f. Headphone function g. Loop length and position h. Swing/Groove 13. SOUND DESIGN: a. Understanding frequencies and frequency range b. Subtractive and additive synthesis, FM, Wavetable, Physical modeling, Granular synthesis c. What is a synthesizer and how does it work? d. Monophony and polyphony e. Analysis of the synthesizer sections (VCO, VCF, LFO, VCA, Envelope generator) f. Practical work on Analog and Operator g. Signal and modulation routing h. Vibrato, tremolo, unison, glide, voices 14. AUDIO FX: a. Overview on the stock Ableton Fx: Auto Filter, EQ Eight, Compressor, Glue Compressor, Reverb, Delay, Echo, Chorus, b. Flanger, Saturator, Gate, Utility c. Return Channels and relative signal routing 15. MIDI Fx: a. Arpeggiator b. Chord c. Random d. Velocity
Sound (music) · Ableton live · Computer generated music
Trusted teacher: You’re thought about producing your own music, but you have no idea where to begin. Beatmakers and piano players have different goals, so learn to improvise on the piano as a BEATMAKER So why do we have to learn the piano from a classical standpoint when we're wanting to create awesome beats - whether that be beautiful piano beats, or just have a better understanding of chords and improvisation? Cause here's the thing: As a beatmaker, we create repetition. We create loops which are on repeat over and over, and our goal is for these loops to be extremely catchy. (Also keeping in mind for our other instruments in terms of mixing for clarity.) So in this course I cover with you: - The basics of a piano to get everyone on the same page - How keys, scales, and chords work - Figuring out powerful chord progressions - Thinking in terms of melodies and improvisation - How to bounce around with your right hand - Left hand techniques to add fullness to your composition - Playing with both hands - Popular note placement, counting beats, and different rhythms in the industry. - How to stay motivated to practice piano as a beatmaker I have been working in different fields of music almost all my life, My backround started in classic music and today I produce and work with different labels. By the end of the course you will have an in-depth understanding of chords/scales, and be able to improvise on the piano. From here on out, it's up to you to practice with this knowledge to take your productions to the next level!
Piano · Computer generated music · Music composition
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Learn The Craft Of Electronic Music Production - Beginner To Advanced (Ableton) (Berlin)
Ascanio
Ascanio is really nice and arranging look forward to make more classes and most of all see where we can go
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