Are you passionate about music? Are you an accomplished musician or DJ and want to increase your production possibilities? Or are you just new and creative and don't know where to start? Are you stuck and often having trouble finalizing a song? Do you want a clear and structured follow-up without stuffing yourself with daunting manuals, confused youtube tutorials or overpriced training? If you recognize yourself in these questions, I suggest you accompany you in the vast world of audio-digital and music production in home studio. Because yes, nowadays, you can do everything from home, from the idea of a song to its distribution on streaming platforms. But on the other hand, despite the increasingly efficient hardware and software innovations, it is very difficult to find your way around, especially when you are just starting out. I know, I've been there too. Typical course and examples of courses: Each student has different expectations and desires. The advantage of private lessons is that I can adapt to your profile, whatever your starting level or your age. In general, the first free course will allow you to get to know each other better and identify precisely your objective and your blockages. I can then better respond and identify the key steps to achieve. The theory is good but the practice is a thousand times more important. We quickly set foot in the stirrup. You are in front of the machine ready to do battle, and I stay by your side to guide you. The courses then take place according to various learning axes determined together according to your profile: - Discussion on the best material for your project, according to your personal objectives and your budget: Hardware, DAW, plugins… - Familiarize yourself with DAW (“Digital Audio Workstation”): I work mainly on Ableton Live or Protools. I can possibly teach you the basics (synthesis, composition, audio processing, signal flow) on Logic Pro. Because it is important to familiarize yourself with the tool as best as possible and not to lose motivation in the face of what can look like a "gas factory" all in all quite intimidating for a novice in the matter. This revolves around the following themes: - Quick handling of any virtual instrument (VST Synth, sampler) - How to record: your voice, external sounds, any other instrument (choice of microphone and placements, stereo, what to consider, mistakes to avoid ...) - Compose a first song quickly - Musical composition (tone, rhythm, melody and chord construction) - Audio processing adapted to sound design or mixing (EQ, Compression, Reverb, Distortion, Sidechain, layering, automations…) - Post-production (Mixing & Mastering): depending on your level, Introduction to these trades: What sets it apart from production? Awareness of studio acoustics Know how to read and interpret a waveform and frequency spectrum Learn critical listening More advanced course: work methodology, level management, Loudness, Mid / side, referencing The benefits of medium-term support: - obtaining commercially viable professional quality music, whatever your initial background and musical style - greater clarity and autonomy in your future choices: you will be able to ask yourself the right questions - an organization in all circumstances to remain productive and without inspiration breakdown - and, overall, a progression in your artistic journey.
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