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Trusted teacher: Hi! Thanks for showing an interest in my tuition! I've spent my entire adult life passionately obsessed with music and sound and now i take great pleasure in sharing my skills and techniques with anyone willing to learn... Nowadays its too easy to get a sample pack from here and a preset from there and effectively paint by numbers but what i teach is creative expression and how to make music your craft. The end result doesn't come as quickly or easily, but when it does its unmistakably yours. So! I run two courses. One for complete beginners, or those looking to formalise their skill set from the bottom up and one for more experienced producers who are looking to build on their technical knowledge and/or improve in certain areas of production. Below is some detailed information on both courses - //// Beginner (10 x 2 hour lessons) My beginner course has been carefully nurtured over the last 3 years to teach you the fundamental skills you’ll need to write unique, original and exciting electronic music. I don’t just teach you how to write D&B, or Techno. Instead i aim to teach the underlining language of music production and creativity. This will give you the freedom to evolve and grow as a producer in any direction you choose later on. Drawing from my own musical education, I start by teaching you one of the simplest forms of electronic music production. A style pioneered by the early hip hop producers and one that yields instantly impressive results. From there i will introduce you to all of the key techniques you will need to be a highly adaptable producer. Once completed, you will know how to make the music that is in your head and most importantly how to have loads of fun being creative with music and sound. Some of the key subjects we will cover are: * Ableton software training. * Drum programming, working with breakbeats and percussion. * How to dig for, and use samples from old records, film & tv * The language of synthesis and how to design sounds from scratch * Recording live sound and field recording FX (done using smartphon * How to arrange, mix and master tracks * Workflow, concept design and creative approaches. * (and most importantly) How to bring unique flare and originality to your music. //// Advanced (5 x 2 hour lessons) This course is aimed at experienced producers who are looking to improve in certain areas and broaden their skillset. There is no set curriculum for this type of course. They are designed based on the needs of the individual. We work together to establish key areas to focus on. I start by analysing your existing music to establish areas that can be improved on and i ask you to fill in a set of questions which outline your goals and things you would like to achieve. From there i devise a set of lesson that are as effective as possible and optimise our time together. /// The lessons are always 1-2-1 with myself and are conducted over Zoom. This works really well. We can share our screens and the computer audio. I also record each lesson so you can go back and rewatch tricks and techniques in your own time which is something that has proved to be super helpful to my students. /// All my students go away with roughly 10gb of samples from my own collection. I provide as and when they are relevant to a lesson or module. They are not commercially available sample packs. They are sounds i have designed or collected and many of them i have been using for 20 years! /// Last (but far from least!) Which is a place for my previous and existing students to give and receive track feedback, from myself and other members. And also where students can help each other with anything music related. I occasionally set fun production challenges and drop the odd useful set of sounds in there too. The group has nearly 200 members now and many of them collaborate together, meet for mixing sessions in London. And recently there has been talk of organising a record label and club night which is amazing! There is fun to be had and music to be made! If you are interested to know more and would like to meet me and discuss things further, please book yourself in for a 1 hour session where we can go over everything in detail and in a way that is relevant to you. Once we have a clear idea of the best course of action we can look at booking a course for you. /// Things you'll need for either course - Ableton Suite (3 month free trial available from their website or google 'ableton trial') A computer that is compatible with Ableton's system requirements (also found on their website) Some decent headphones (i use Audio Technica ath-m50x and highly recommend them) A decent internet connection. A quiet environment where you can concentrate Thanks and speak soon! George
Audio production · Ableton live · Sound (music)
Trusted teacher: Hello and welcome :) If you are reading these lines it is because you are passionate, determined to learn, to improve your work, sharpen your mind and your ears. You are in the right place!!! The current era offers us the possibility of carrying out musical and audiovisual projects at home for a budget that represents only a fraction of what it would have cost us just fifteen years ago. The material offer is immense and the prices very competitive. Thus it is theoretically possible to produce quality productions, provided that one knows how to equip oneself in coherence with one's needs and that one applies the right principles. In theory yes...but the reality is a little less easy than it seems. Indeed, the current tools, if they are available on everyday objects such as a smartphone or an iPad, are nevertheless governed by rules from the world of professional audio. So, whether your project is musical, a YouTube channel or a podcast, if you want to realize the potential of your idea and achieve your goals, it is essential to have a minimum knowledge base. Otherwise, frustration takes over and your idea, however relevant, ends up in the closet...with all the good resolutions from previous years. Classic. Sad but true. So, as you are passionate, you dig into the subject on the internet, you watch YouTube channels... but alone it is difficult to filter the good from the bad, the true from the false, the useful from the superfluous...this is where I come in to guide you in your quest. Thanks to personalized courses, adapted to your project and your objectives, I propose to give you the keys to a professionalization of your practice. This does not necessarily mean that you want to make a career, but certainly that you have the will to do things according to the rules of the art, to produce quality by broadening the field of your knowledge. Bingo! I offer three categories of courses to choose from, the content of which is adapted to your needs and your level. Therefore, any new registration for a series of courses begins with a telephone or webcam interview in order to determine the educational content appropriate to your expectations. The theoretical part of the courses can be done remotely by the Zoom application, the practical part is done at my home, in a professional environment. With all that said, here is an overview of the different programs: I - Sound techniques and the home studio Objective: to acquire the technical bases necessary for the operation of a home studio in autonomy. - Wiring - Material - What type of home studio for what use? - Theory of sound - Microphony and sound recording - Stereophony - Signal path (signal flow: console, OTB, ITB) - Understand workflows: analog, digital, hybrid - The decibel, its different forms and applications - Metrology (VU meter, PPM, True Peak etc...) - Gain staging: know how to structure your gain like a pro - Sound processing (dynamic, temporal, frequency, harmonic distortion) - The DAW (digital audio workstation: Pro Tools, Ableton Live etc) - Acoustic treatment - Introduction to mixing II - MAO lessons on Pro Tools or Ableton Live Objective: handling and mastering Pro Tool or Ableton Live - What is a DAW - MAO from yesterday to today - Noon - Sampling (sample rate and bit depth) - Internal and external routing - Audio interface - Audio recording - Sequencer - Instruments and MIDI programming - Digital audio processing - Automation - Audio editing - audio export - Setups - Keyboard shortcuts - Introduction to mixing III - Coaching sessions for the professionalization of a musical project Objective: professionalization of your artistic project - Critical listening and analysis of your work - Point by point feedback (sound, programming, arrangements, structure, artistic direction) - Know the stages of production and the various stakeholders - Development of a personalized work plan - Feedback on the work done and advice for progress Do not hesitate to contact me so that I can answer your questions in person! If you want to move forward... there's more to it... :)
Computer generated music · Audio production
Trusted teacher: My lessons are for anyone who wants to delve into electronic music & sound design. As an experienced composer, producer and sound designer I specialize in applying my broad knowledge and experience in the field of music & technology. Most successful electronic musicians combine different skills, such as working with music production software and hardware, playing a keyboard, recording and mixing, but also music theory and composition techniques. Because as an electronic musician you often have to deal with different instruments & other sound sources, my lessons are also very suitable if you want to learn to design your own sounds, not only to make music, but also as sound effects for videos or games, for example. Just like in my own professional practice, I teach the different aspects of electronic music production: - sound design ('sound design'), both analogue and digital - synthesis - composition techniques - software for music production, so-called 'DAWs' such as Ableton Live - hardware - production: recording and mixing of audio - performance of electronic music It is also possible to learn more about (Western and non-Western) music theory and the history of (electronic) music. From my background as a sound designer for games & film, much of me can share knowledge and experience in this. In principle, my lessons are always adapted to the individual needs, knowledge and skills of the student. For the youngest, my approach is to introduce them to music and technology in a playful way. For this I use my own collection of musical instruments that I have collected over the years from all over the world, and which I link to technology.
Audio production · Sound (music) · Music composition
Trusted teacher: Through a tailor-made course adapted to everyone's needs, discover, learn and master the different techniques of creation, production, recording and mixing and make your computer an unlimited instrument, thanks to the power of your imagination. Together, we will work on learning processes allowing you access to new horizons, but also on the enrichment and efficiency of your songs and prods. Passionate and determined, I help you progress at your own pace by offering you the keys to achieving your goals, whatever your starting level. Whatever your software, style, universe or ambition, let's create together the environment allowing you to produce professional quality singles and albums in complete autonomy from your home. PS: I stay out of class always available and reachable for each of you. Whatever the problem you encounter (technical problem, advice for the purchase of equipment, etc.). My journey: After studying musicology at the University of Tours (specialty in jazz & contemporary music), in a jazz school and at the conservatory, I worked as a music teacher then artistic director and beatmaker. This allowed me to explore many genres from rap to electro through jazz and classical or even pop. COURSE CONTENT: A telephone interview is carried out before the first lesson to determine your level and your needs. Course content varies from individual to individual. However, here is a typical model by level. BEGINNER COURSE: mastery of the basics of composition and arrangement knowledge and digital practice of the different instruments software technical management structure and efficiency functional mixing stylistic enrichment (being able to produce a production in any style) INTERMEDIATE COURSE: understanding, development and precision of the “artistic touch” and personal style comprehensive knowledge of mixing effects in-depth understanding of the instruments possibility of making a choice of production technique adapted to the piece or project PRO COURSES: creation and autonomous management of an artistic direction knowledge of the professional musical environment total ability to conduct an analog, acoustic or digital artistic achievement, in all possible musical styles technical management of a studio knowledge and ability in sound recording and mixing writing for orchestra
Audio production · Music composition · Computer generated music
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Toon - Antwerp, Belgium50€
Trusted teacher: Hello, my name is Toon (34). I have been producing music for the last 15 years. I can help out beginner producers in the proces as well as more advanced producers in Ableton Live. I also have a studio with synthesizers, drummachines, mixing desk, guitars, drums and mics where I can teach you recording and producing in Ableton. I can also help with the technical side like setting up your studio for recording, syncing hardware to computer, software installation etc.. We can start all the way from the beginning or focus on specific topics that you would have questions about. We will learn how to find a work flow that fits you best so you can start creating tracks. The following aspects will be covered in Ableton Live: 1. The essentials (efficiënt browsing, favorites, overview of the menu buttons...) 2. Arrangement, session and clip view 3. Audio clips and warping (the part which helps you understand how to remix songs and how to make new songs with existing samples) 4. How to work with MIDI 5. Recording and routing 6. Audio and MIDI effects 7. How to work with the built-in instruments in Live 8. How to arrange your song from start to finish 9. Mixing and mastering of your project If you would have any question, don't hesitate to message me! Extra information: I am based in Antwerp and Lommel/Mol, but if my travel/time costs get covered I am willing to come to other cities to teach at your home (a minimum session of 2 hours is required) Location: Luchtbal, Antwerpen / Lommel / Mol
Ableton live · Music composition · Audio production
Computer generated music · Audio production · Music composition
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Songwriter/Producer offering tuition in Production, Mixing and Songwriting Cubase (7-11) and Logic Pro X (Garage Band to learn the basics). (Acton)
I shared a Cubase project with Paolo and he provided very specific feedback and suggestions on my mix that I'm sure will improve the quality of my music production and my confidence in my sound. I'm looking forward to my next lesson.
Review by GRANT
Electronic Music Production, Performance & Sound Design (Amsterdam)
Very knowledgeable. Listens very carefully to your needs and adapts his approach accordingly. Both theoretical as well as practical hands-on expertise!
Review by NICK
Need help with your audio/music recordings and productions? Teaching sessions personalised to your needs! (Ixelles-Elsene)
Yves is a very good teacher! Very patient and versatile: he adapts very well to every student needs and knowledge. Highly recommended!
Review by JUNO