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Trusted teacher: A composition class that is tailored to your musical needs! This class 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, this class is perfect for you, because it is being adjusted for you, by you. The most important question that you will be asked in this class is ''Why?''. In this class you will learn to have the biggest level of control that you can have over your musical product, sound and decisions, so that you are always sure that your musical vision is being well translated and transmitted. 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
Trusted teacher: Hey! (Lessons in English) Do you want music explained? I produce Hiphop and electronic music! Beats, Instrumentals, Songs, Sounds, Jingles: everything I want. I've always been very passionate about sounds and until I was 10 I try to create the best music. I have independent musical education but very technical. I wish you feel to Be Ambitious to succeed Be Imaginative to push the boundaries Be Inspirational Be Results-focused to exceed expectations and create structure [LESSONS ARE GONNA BE IN ENGLISH] The kind of lessons that I will host are very different and not mainly implemented on the theoretical part of the music production but on the practical one. I will explain you every step that I will take during my production process. I will produce beats using my techniques and methods during the lessons and I'll try to transplant in you the beauty of immagine, composing, editing, mix and producing your own ideas, IN YOUR OWN NATURAL WAY. As long as I'm not an academic teacher what I'm offering is close contact with my students to inspire, correct when is really needed and create together what is really close to our soul. The most important goal during our path? To work and discover your strong points and avoid the bad ones trying to understand them, understand your root. I will follow you like I follow the artist that I produce. First rule: HAVING FUN, BECAUSE MUSIC IS FUN! The feeling that you have when your music is there and is playing for you and for the others will be amazing. I promise you. Thank you Pietro
Music composition · Computer generated music · Guitar
Music composition · Computer generated music · Sound (music)
Online (worldwide) Offline (Groningen) Bass and innovations, visual content, defi, web3, crypto, NFTs. My experience is connected with several companies (MU Interactive, Simple Frame, Lightcraft, and ModulorVR as I did video editing / mapping, VFX, SFX, 2d / 3d animations, motion graphics). For ModulorVR I worked completely remotely as well. I mainly work with After Effects (with Polish companies clients like MediaMarkt, Mediatech, ING etc), I studied Final Cut and Adobe (Photoshop, Illustrator, Premiere too) with my advertising school. Now I use Blender, Cinema 4d, p5.js or Processing too. According to Gallup's teamwork testing, my top 3 talents are: 1. Strategy 2. Input 3. Empathy. I also gained a lot of experience with other industries, I worked with small or large teams, now I also study Dutch, I improve my communication by working with people offline. Doing volunteer work for FITC (Future Innovation Technology Creativity), I personally met Beeple or Pak there. So naturally I got excited about NFTs, crypto or defi and now I'm even more obsessed with podcasts again. Before meeting Beeple or GMunk, I also listened to podcasts with them. And I studied art history to prepare for the future. I made my first movies when I was a teenager, my visual workflows started with compilations about football... And that's how I made my first money (when I was 15 years old) with our international collective for SportsMaxTV. (completely remote) With Polish visual companies I worked as a video editor / video mapper or motion designer, and now I live in the Netherlands, so I become more communicative and sporty. Always learning is really important to me. I am not afraid of new things, innovations and to work smarter or harder. Sincerely, FR (Philip)
Computer generated music · Animation · Music theory
Working with just a laptop, students are going to be able to produce their own tracks, based on sound libraries and recordings. Students will learn how to use a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) for recording, editing, mixing mastering purposes. The course can be adapted both for teenagers and adults. CONTENTS: - DAW The student will learn how to work with a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), being able to set up a session and manipulate audio tracks. - Composing with virtual instruments Different composition techniques will be presented using virtual instruments, depending on the interests of the students. - Recording The student will learn the basics of recording acoustic sources. - Mixing A series of creative ways of processing audio tracks and mixing them will be presented and applied to the student projects. WORKSHOP ASSIGNMENTS: - A study on given sound materials A series of sound materials will be given to the students in order to create a track using a Digital Audio Workstation. The aim of this assignment is to practice at using a DAW and editing+manipulating sound tracks. - Composition project 1.1 Depending on the interests of the student, some composition techniques will be presented and the students should make a plan and experiment with different virtual instruments and recorded tracks. - Composition project 1.2 Once the idea, structure, and sound materials of the track are ensured and arranged, the students will be able to process, mix and finish their music. COURSES DURATION: - First approach: 6 sessions (1.5 month) - Course 1.1 (inc. first approach): 18 sessions (4.5 month) - Course 1.2: 18 sessions (4.5 month) Lessons can be individual (60 min) or in groups (90 min). ABOUT: Guzmán is currently a Research Associate at Sonology Institute and an Assistant Professor at University (Uruguay). He holds a master's degree in Sonology (Royal Conservatoire of The Hague - University of the Arts The Hague) and bachelor's in Music Composition at the School of Music of the University (Uruguay). He has been the sound designer of The Hy Project by Toyota Uruguay and The Electric Factory, which has been awarded with a silver Cannes Lion in the category of Radio and Audio and gold award ath New York Festivals. He has worked as a composer, music producer, arranger and guitarist of many latin/folk albums until now. As a sound artist, he has presented his work in The Netherlands, Germany, Italy, Argentina and Uruguay.
Music composition · Sound (music) · Computer generated music
Experimentation is an inherent characteristic of electronic music. Nowadays, composing music using technology creates endless creative possibilities that demand the musician/composer to adapt to numerous technical and artistic challenges. Do you like experimenting with sound and making music that does not clearly belong to a particular genre or style? Interested in bringing a fresh perspective and out-of-the-box thinking to your music production? Are you just starting out in electronic music composition and wondering how to develop your own style? This course is just what you need. In this class, you will learn: - how to transform sound using analogue and digital techniques. - how to create sound structures and organise them in a DAW enviroment to compose a piece of music. - how to record, edit and mix sounds using both conventional and experimental techniques. - how to use improvisation in both the context of live performance and composition. - about the theory and practice of free improvisation. - about the history and origins of electronic music and how it affected the music we listen today. - how to document and communicate procedures related to your artistic practice. - how to create an artistic portfolio. Aspiring musicians with a background in any genre can take advantage of this course. A formal education in music or experience with electronic music composition are not required to follow. However, you should be unafraid of experimenting with sound and music technology! Each class is customized to meet the needs of the individual student in an innovative and flexible way! The course can also serve as a preparation for applying to several Dutch educational programmes related to electronic music composition (Institute of Sonology, HKU, ArtEZ, etc.). The class is focused on small assignments that help the student develop a sense of orientation and set goals. Recording, editing, and mixing will be done via the DAW "Reaper," but we can switch to your preferred software at any time. We will use the first lesson to discuss your background, interests, and motivations in order to develop a course structure that is tailored to your needs.
Music composition · Computer generated music · Sound (music)
Voor iedereen Ben je een muzikant die regelmatig optreedt of wil je gewoon aan de slag in de wereld van geluid en muziekproductie? Ik kan je helpen bij het maken en opnemen van je eigen muziek of hoe je elektronica kunt integreren in je optredens. wat ik kan bieden Ableton live (of andere audio software) - Werken in arrangement en session view (alleen op Ableton). - Gebruik van Ableton (of andere) voor live optredens. - Grooves maken (hart van de muziek). - Gebruik van midi controllers - Gebruik van effecten - Structureren van je muziek: lineaire VS niet lineaire muziekcompositie (voor verschillende media). Opnemen, bewerken, mixen en masteren van je muziek: - Mic plaatsing. - Opnametechnieken. - Gebruik van MIDI. - Automation. - Mixtechnieken (EQ, compression, parallel processing, side chain... ). Studioapparatuur - waar te beginnen vanaf nul. - hoe uw studio te verbeteren. Inleiding tot de Max programmeertaal (voor mensen die geïnteresseerd zijn in het onderwerp of voor gevorderde studenten) - maak visuals voor je muziek. - maak je eigen pluggins en effecten voor Ableton Live. Voor mij is het belangrijkste dat je aan het eind van de cursus iets bruikbaars voor jezelf hebt. Ik wil dat je gereedschapskist gevuld is met praktische voorbeelden die je zelf gemaakt hebt. Dit kunnen ableton templates zijn die je in de lessen hebt gemaakt en die je kunt gebruiken voor je live optredens of opnames; een afgewerkte mixtrack; een elektronische compositie etc. met andere woorden we gaan aan de slag met je eigen projecten. Anders maken we ze ad hoc.
Computer generated music · Audio production · Audio recording
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Piano lessons, Music Theory for children and adults (The Hague)
João
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
Learn the Building Blocks of Music (Harmony, Vocal Technique, Piano) (Spangen)
Sofia
Sofia is a great teacher! I picked up piano as an adult during the lockdown and decided to get a teacher to ensure that I was learning things correctly. Sofia is very patient, selects great pieces to play to keep me challenged and interested, gives excellent feedback on how to play them well and clear explanations on music theory. I really look forward to our lessons each week and would 100% recommend Sofia if you are considering getting piano lessons.
Review by JAMES
Learn to play Electric or Acoustic guitar in any style (The Hague)
Ivan
After the first few lessons I can say that Ivan is serious about his craft. His lessons are tailored to the needs of the student and he pays a lot of attention to technique and good posture, which for a beginner guitar player like myself is especially important. On top of that Ivan is just a very nice guy, easy to talk to and able to explain concepts and theory in an understandable way.
Review by LENNERT