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MIDI Orchestration Explained® TUTORiAL

MIDI Orchestration Explained®

FANTASTiC | 17 April 2021 | 492 MB

Comprehensive MIDI Orchestration video tutorials! If you’ve ever wanted to start creating orchestral arrangements and motifs, this is the series that will get you on your way. Learn all about the important basics of orchestrating today’s virtual instruments with MIDI and create truly authentic sounding orchestral parts. This series is meant to replace Eli’s original MIDI Orchestration Explained, adding more info and utilizing current virtual instruments for a more up to date learning experience. You also get the MIDI files that Eli creates throughout the videos so you can import them into your DAW and follow along. These videos are for those new to MIDI orchestration. Eli welcomes you and starts with an overview of what will be covered in this detailed video series, followed by the important info you need to know when working with modern software instruments. Topics include Articulations, Key Switches, Expression Messages, Legato Transitions, Velocity Crossfades, and other performance aspects that are available on most modern orchestral software instruments.

Next you’ll learn all about the individual instruments that make up an orchestra including info on what makes them special individually and in an ensemble. Eli talks in-depth about their individual and combined sonic textures and how to blend them convincingly, as well as the different ways to voice them such as closed or open for different sounds and emotions. Throughout the rest of the videos you’ll learn tons of orchestration techniques like Doubling Techniques, Accompaniment Strategies, Sequencing Tips, Counterpoint, Ostinatos and Layering, Reharmonization, Aleatoric Orchestration, Exploring Minimalism, Harmonic Substitutions, Motivic Development, DAW Workflow Tips, and much, much more.

To see what these truly in-depth MIDI Orchestration tutorials show you, and how they’ll start you on your journey into orchestrating emotive, moving pieces, see the individual MIDI orchestration video descriptions on this page. Pick up your conductor’s baton now and get ready to make some magic… Watch “MIDI Orchestration Explained®” today!

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MIDI Orchestration Explained® TUTORiAL
http://beelink.in/46597/MIDI-Orchestration-Explained-TUTORiAL/

Beginners Guide to the Beatport DJ Web App TUTORiAL-DECiBEL

Beatport DJ Web App TUTORiAL

Team DECiBEL | 16 Apr 2021 | 1.13GB

The Beatport DJ Web App brings song browsing and software DJing worlds together, allowing users to not only prepare and practice sets, but even perform them! On this course, you’ll learn the basics for using the app to confidently carry out DJ sets in the default sync mode, whatever your experience level. Going right from the very beginning, senior tutor Rob Jones provides an overview of the app, from initial signing in to performing a simple mix using the player in compact mode. After a brief explanation of the auto mix feature, he then starts expanding on each area, looking at some fundamental aspects of the player and track timing, including master tempo. He then moves onto the mixer controls, comprehensive explaining the level controls and even dipping into Ableton Live to provide a quick lesson on EQ.

Later lessons include a rundown of the common structure of electronic music, and the way songs consist of a number of bars and beats. Theoretical knowledge is combined with various features in the software, to show the different ways that the technology can make the mixing process easier, not simply having to rely on your ears and memory but also the various meters and controls within the app. There’s also a brief intro to the included deck FX and how to use a MIDI control surface to operate the software.

The course ends with a detailed look at how to prepare for your first set, from different approaches to track browsing to compiling a suitable playlist. Following this is a 2-part module that goes through some of the fundamentals of mixing, including intro analysis, choosing the right time to mix, balancing levels, using EQ and filters, and lots more!

Module 1_1 – Getting Started
Rob provides a complete overview of the app, with an explanation about the main areas of the GUI and the basics for using them to locate, load and play tracks.
8.49

Module 1_2 – Automix
A quick look at the app’s automatic mixing feature.
3.01

Module 2_1 – Track Time & Tempo
An explanation of some of the fundamentals of the player when it comes to track times (remaining and total) and master tempo.
6.58

Module 2_2 – SYNC Mode
A brief mention of Sync mode, explaining what it does and how it can be turned on and off.
2.23

Module 3_1 – Mixer Controls – Level
The first of three lessons working through the mixer controls in the player, starting off looking at the level controls. There’s also a quick look at the master level controls too.
7.10

Module 3_2 – Mixer Controls – EQ
Rob provides a quick bonus lesson on EQ, looking at the Spectrum Analyser in Ableton Live to show the frequencies each dial acts on. He then moves back to the DJ App to carry out the same actions there.
5.41

Module 3_3 – Mixer Controls – Filter
A brief guide to how filters work, again demonstrating first with a Spectrum Analyser in Ableton Live, before switching back to the DJ App to show how it’s implemented there.
3.38

Module 4 – Track Position, Bars & Beats
A detailed look at the remaining controls used to find and play tracks from specific locations, including an explanation of bars and the typical structure of electronic music.
13.36

Module 5 – FX
Rob shows how to apply FX to tracks in each deck, with an intro to all of the available effects and a guide to using them in normal and latched modes.
10.37

Module 6 – Connecting a MIDI Controller
Some basics for using a control surface with the app, including a quick look at the mapping editor in the preferences.
3.37

Module 7 – Some Handy Settings
A couple of useful settings for working with the app, including load song security and EQ control reset.
3.25

Module 8 – How to prepare for your First Gig
Rob outlines the various considerations when it comes to preparing for your first DJ set, including song selection, browsing methods and playlist organisation.
10.29

Module 9 – Mixing Basics
Utilising the different techniques learned on the course, Rob teaches the fundamentals for performing a set, including song analysis, mix timing and duration, and lots more!
Part 1 – 15.36
Part 2 – 12.37

Module 10 – Outro
A brief outro, covering some of the subjects taught on the advanced level course.
0.45

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Beginners Guide to the Beatport DJ Web App TUTORiAL-DECiBEL
http://beelink.in/46606/Beatport-DJ-Web-App-TUTORiAL/

Film Scoring: Techniques For The Modern Composer TUTORiAL

Techniques For The Modern Composer TUTORiAL

P2P | March 15 2017 | 1.76 GB

Master the Art of Composing For Film and Learn To Find Gigs Doing It In this course, we will learn the essential techniques used in writing music for film. Through a series of analysis’ of well-known film scenes from your favorite movies we will learn what makes a great cue, and then apply those techniques by writing our own. I’ll be showing you some of my own projects for film and television throughout the class, and walk you through my process when composing music for a film project. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, lingo, and techniques used in the film composing world and will be ready to dive in to their own projects. I’ll walk you through how to get started on your first project by using freely available movies that need a score.

Throughout my career, I’ve worked with major American orchestras, film studios, and video game designers. I’m also a PhD in music composition and a university professor (of music composition).

Recently I was named as a semi-finalist for the Grammy Foundation’s Music Educator of the Year award because of my in-person university classes. Now I’m taking those classes to Udemy in an online format in order to reach more students, and give them the joy of Music Theory.

I’m planning on making several “sections” of this class, and this is Part 1. As the class grows, we will go deeper and deeper into my techniques.

In this class, we will cover:
– Tools of the trade
– Finding the emotional response
– Music Theory and Genre
– Using Modes in Film Scores
– Finding the Message
– Learning from Temp Cues
-“Spotting” the film
– Working with industry budgets
– Diegetic music and nondiegetic music
– Score and Source
– The Ostinato
– Working with silent films
– Setting up a session
– Marking hits
– Scoring the opening credits
– Motive and Lietmotif
– Working with Lietmotifs
– Working with rhythm in cues
– POV
– Finding and analyzing POV scenes
– Composing using POV
– Any much, much, more!

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Film Scoring – Techniques For The Modern Composer TUTORiAL
http://beelink.in/31613/Techniques-For-The-Modern-Composer-TUTORiAL/

Film Scoring: Techniques For The Modern Composer Part 2

Techniques For The Modern Composer Part 2

P2P | March 15 2017 | 1.62 GB

Master the Art of Composing For Film and Learn To Find Gigs Doing It In this course, we will learn the essential techniques used in writing music for film. Through a series of analysis’ of well-known film scenes from your favorite movies we will learn what makes a great cue, and then apply those techniques by writing our own. I’ll be showing you some of my own projects for film and television throughout the class, and walk you through my process when composing music for a film project. By the end of this course, students will understand the tools, lingo, and techniques used in the film composing world and will be ready to dive in to their own projects. I’ll walk you through how to get started on your first project by using freely available movies that need a score. Throughout my career, I’ve worked with major American orchestras, film studios, and video game designers. I’m also a PhD in music composition and a university professor (of music composition).

Recently I was named as a semi-finalist for the Grammy Foundation’s Music Educator of the Year award because of my in-person university classes. Now I’m taking those classes to Udemy in an online format in order to reach more students, and give them the joy of Music Theory.

There are several “sections” of this class, and this is Part 2. As the class grows, we will go deeper and deeper into my techniques.

In this class, we will cover:
– Tools of the trade
– Creating atmosphere
– Using “Pad” sounds with orchestra
– Finding Atmopshere in film
– Harmonizing string melodies
– Polyrhythmic accompaniment
– Homorhythmic accompaniment
– Working with string orchestra
– The chase scene
– Working with drum loops in chase scenes
– Using the brass section
– Building tension
– Writing tension cues
– Ponticello
– Tremelo
– Glissando
– Writing comedy and animation cues
– “Mickey Mousing”
– Getting gigs as a film composer
– Techniques for building a portfolio
– Finding film makers
– Any much, much, more!

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Film Scoring – Techniques For The Modern Composer Part 2
http://beelink.in/31614/Film-Scoring-Techniques-Part-2/

Library Music: Create Passive Income Streams

Create Passive Income Streams

Team FLARE | 18 December 2020 | 752 MB

Confidently navigate your way through the business of Library Music and Licensing. Learn how to effectively structure a library track in order to make it as licensable as possible and manage your portfolio of pieces. Explore the different types of Library publishers and the styles/uses they cater to. Learn how to find the right one for you. Learn how to develop a strategy to build your income from music licensing, grow and improve productivity and constant inspiration. Discover the common music elements that make a Library track successful in a variety of popular genres: Emotional/Romantic, Action/Epic, Corporate, Comedy. Find out techniques which will give your tracks the edge over the competition by exploring different harmonic, melodic and orchestration traits. Finally, learn the difference between exclusive and non exclusive licensing deals and the pros and cons of each.

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Library Music: Create Passive Income Streams TUTORiAL READ NFO-FLARE
http://beelink.in/45211/Create-Passive-Income-Streams-TUTORiAL/

Making a Track With Tal-U-No-LX From Scratch

Making a Track With Tal-U-No-LX

FANTASTiC | 18 December 2020 | 301 MB

Synth wiz presents comprehensive Tal-U-No-LX video tutorials! See how to make a complete song from scratch, step-by-step using only Tal-U-No-LX and some drum samples (Included along with the Tal-U-No-LX presets, Ableton Live Session, and MIDI tracks used in the videos). This is a great way to see what Tal-U-No-LX is capable of, while learning how to craft an electronic track from scratch. This course is for those who are already familiar with Tal-U-No-LX, but want to learn sound design and production techniques using it. Thomas greets you and starts with a play-through of the chillwave inspired track you’ll be creating together, and then jumps right in, showing you how to design and program the bright keyboard patch that will be used for the chord progressions for the whole song. Then, see how to make and program the drum sounds using both Tal-U-No-LX and drum samples (Included via the Course Extras download link on the product page).

Moving on you’ll watch how to design and program a classic Juno 60 inspired pluck bass sound, layer synthesizer keyboard patches with interesting modulations, beautiful Portamento Pad and Long Pad patches to fill out some of the empty space in the track, undulating Arpeggio parts to catch the listener’s ear, and a Guitar Pluck preset to add some bounce to the track’s feel, and much more.

To see and hear what these detailed Tal-U-No-LX tutorials show you, and how they’ll allow you to design and program your own sounds and songs quickly and easily, see the individual Tal-U-No-LX video tutorial descriptions on this page. See why this virtual recreation of the Roland Juno 60 is held in such high regard by both producers and beatmakers… Watch “Tal-U-No-LX: Making a Track from Scratch” today.

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Making a Track With Tal-U-No-LX From Scratch
http://beelink.in/45209/Making-a-Track-With-Tal-U-No-LX-From-Scratch/

Studio One MiDi GURU GUiDE

Studio One MiDi GURU GUiDE

FANTASTiC | 18 December 2020 | 203 MB

Studio One pro presents comprehensive Studio One video tutorials focused on more advanced MIDI features and techniques! If you want to be a Studio One MIDI guru, you need to know these MIDI editing and performance tools found in Studio One. These videos are designed for those who are already familiar with Studio One 5, but want to learn more about the deeper MIDI features included in Studio One. If you’re new to Studio One, checkout the most comprehensive video manual available, Studio One 5 Explained® here. Gary welcomes you and gives an introduction on what is going to be covered in this Studio One MIDI tutorial series, so you know exactly what to expect. Then he hits the ground running with tutorials on ways to alternatively edit MIDI Pitch, Velocity, and Quantize, as well as ways to change the length of your MIDI notes to improve your MIDI performance. Then you’ll see how to create your own custom Drum Maps to improve your workflow and creativeness when programming MIDI drum parts.

Throughout the rest of the videos you’ll learn about helpful and inspiring MIDI features and techniques like Keyswitches, layering instruments, MIDI Filtering, setting up both Multichannel and Multi-Output virtual MIDI Instruments, using Continuous Controller messages for adding dynamics and expressiveness, using Patterns to build up instrument sequences, the Chord Track feature to detect and/or change the chords in your song, using your own audio samples to create your own Sampled Instruments in SampleOne XT, and even how to use SampleOne XT to detect the transients in a beat, and slice them up to create a custom SampleOne XT drum instrument!

To see exactly what these in-depth Studio One 5 video tutorials show you, and how they’ll reveal the deeper side of performing with MIDI and editing it in more creative ways, see the individual Studio One MIDI tutorial descriptions on this page. See why so many love Studio One for their MIDI performance and editing needs… Watch “Studio One MIDI Guru Guide” today.

INFO/DEMO/BUY: https://bit.ly/37ycyZE
Studio One MiDi GURU GUiDE
http://beelink.in/45208/Studio-One-MiDi-GURU-GUiDE/

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