Music Theory: Functional Harmony TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Theory, Music Theory, Music, Harmony, Functional, Fantastic

Functional Harmony TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 11 June 2019 | 294 MB

When learning about Music Theory most people start with scales, modes and chords and then sort of.. stop. This makes you miss out on of the most exciting parts of Theory: Form. In this course we’re going to check out not only those all important scales and chords, but also Functional Harmony, which is a system that categorises Chords into their unique “functions”. This will allow you to build chord progressions that evoke specific emotions, creating a story in which you’re the writer, you can steer the story into any direction depending on the mood you want to create: in whatever type of music you produce!

Scales & Intervals, Sharps & Flats
Major & Minor Scales
In this video we look at how major and minor scales work and how you can find them, along with intervals.
•Explanation of steps and scales
•Learn about major & minor scales
•Learn about intervals & how to apply them

Sharps & Flats
We’ll learn the difference between sharp and flat notes, along with an introduction to playing scales.
•Introduction to playing scales
•When to use sharps and flats
•Learn to create contrasting note progressions

Basic & Advanced Chord Creation
Basic Chords
In this section we’ll learn the skills you need to create basic chords, both major and minor triads plus find out about arpeggios.
•Applying rules to build chords
•Using thirds and fifths
•What is an arpeggio?

Diminished & 7th Chords
Here we move on to finishing the foundation section of this course: writing more advanced chord creation such as diminished and 7th’s.
•Learn how to harmonize scales
•Using major, major & dominant 7ths

Chord Functions Introduced
Learn how to use your new skills
Jor explains how to get some impressive results from the musical language we’ve learnt so far to expand your creativity and make some amazing chord progressions as he introduces Functional Harmony theory. Everything that you’ve learnt so far will start to come together, allowing you to master creating your own tricky, intricate chord sequences from scratch.
•Learn how to use Functional Harmony
•Tonic, pre-dominant and dominant functions
•Creating extreme tension in your progressions

The different functions explained
Tonic Function
Here we’ll learn how to use the Tonic Function to create stability in our musical landscape
•Define where your music is going
•Learn about prolongation
•Bring about a feeling of conclusion

The Dominant Function
Learn how to use the Dominant Function to create a tense feeling in your chord progressions, and when to use this technique for maximum impact.
•Create tension
•Chord selection
•Resolving your progression

More chord functions explained
The Pre-Dominant Function
In this section teaches us about the predominant, or sub dominant function, the most versatile of the function we’ll learn about in this course. You’ll learn how to move between Tonic and Dominant functions to finish your progressions with complete artistry.
•When to use the Pre-Dominant function
•How to use ‘weird’ chords & inversions
•Learn to modulate to different scales?

This course includes two videos detailing examples of how to use the techniques that you’ve used, helping you to write the chord progressions of your dreams!
•Create impressive chord sequences
•Master Functional Harmony

Music Theory: Functional Harmony TUTORiAL

Sound Design: Create Riser FX for Transitions TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Transitions, Sound Design, Riser, FX, Fantastic, Create

Create Riser FX for Transitions

FANTASTiC | 11 June 2019 | 412 MB

Riser Effects is the term for the kind of sounds that rise in pitch over time. Sounds that continuously increases the energy and tension build up. However, even though the general direction is going upwards, you can add rhythm or internal movement into the upwards slide to make it more unique. You can also shape the overall curve of the riser over time. These types of sound effects are great for building energy into a new section of your music, for example: Going from a verse into the chorus…But you can also use shorter and less pronounced risers just before you introduce new parts and elements. Riser effects are heavily used in EDM music, and epic cinematic style music. But you can use them in almost any genre. Sometimes you want a more organic sounding riser effect made from real instruments and sounds…and other times you want an electronic style riser made from synthesized sounds, to really add that focused and sharp build-up of energy.

You will learn both from my best guidelines and tips, and from practical live examples and demonstrations. So get ready to create some riser effects, right now!

Create Riser FX for Transitions TUTORiAL

VIBRATO MASTER COURSE TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, Violin, Vibrato, TUTORiAL, Master, Course, Beginner, Advanced


P2P | 11 June 2019 | 6.62 GB

…::: Violin Beginner to Advanced Vibrato :::…

My passion is inspiring others to feel more confident in themselves and their playing. I feel like playing vibrato on violin, viola or fiddle can do that. After years of performing and teaching all over the US. at workshops, out of my home and through multiple schools, I was asked by many of my students to make videos of my vibrato course. So here is the result. I hope you will join me on the inside of this vibrato course where you will learn some awesome violin, viola, and fiddle vibrato secrets

Building a strong Vibrato foundation:
For the beginner players who would like to learn and/or improve their vibrato skills

Learn your basics – I will teach you a shortcut way to play vibrato on the violin, viola, and fiddle to make it easier to learn vibrato faster. Every Detail will be broken down and explained in easy to understand parts to help you succeed.
– You will learn everything to get you started on vibrato on the violin, viola or fiddle.
– You will get metronome tracks to be able to play along with to help develop your vibrato skills
– Who is the target audience for this Vibrato course?
– Anyone interested in learning vibrato on the violin, viola or fiddle
– Anyone who wants to play vibrato to enhance their playing

Anyone who who’s never started playing vibrato, or to those who have started and failed, those who play vibrato now but wish it was better, those who are ingrained in the way they taught themselves vibrato, but realize now that they need to go back and re-learn vibrato the right way. Vibrato Course that’s filled with all the information you need to succeed. All these vibrato videos are all broken down to the smallest detail. It’s assumed that a person who has never attempted to play vibrato is watching this course. If you have experience, and it’s too broken down for you, simply increase the speed of the video to skim over the topics and discussion points, and or skip to a video that more suites your needs.

What you’ll learn:
– Have an in depth understanding on how to play vibrato on the violin


Super Jumbo Explained TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, Super, Jumbo, Explained

Super Jumbo Explained®

SYNTHiC4TE | June 09 2019 | 242 MB

Learn Super Jumbo, incredibly realistic virtual acoustic guitar instrument inside and out, as well as how to use it creatively. Eli starts with an introduction to Super Jumbo, as well as Super Jumbo’s main features and functions. Playing Modes and Articulations are then explained and explored, and you’ll see exactly how to utilize Instrument Mode, Keyboard Mode, and Solo Mode, including how each of the Super Jumbo articulations and key switches work. Next, Eli shows you how to use Super Jumbo Strummer to play and edit harmonic and rhythmic strumming or picking patterns based on the chords you like. Super Jumbo Riffer is then revealed, and you’ll see how this tool is used to generate new ideas and more. Wrapping it up, Eli demonstrates how to use the Dice feature to generate random Super Jumbo Riffer patterns based on selective user input, how to import and play 3rd party guitar tablature files, alter the sound of Ample Guitar Super Jumbo by adjusting the tuning and gain of individual samples, using effects, and much more.

To see what each tutorial in this series teaches you and how it can help you learn Ample Sound Super Jumbo, see the individual Super Jumbo tutorial descriptions on this page. If you’re new to Super Jumbo, or just want know everything it can do, this series of tutorial videos will help you understand how to use Super Jumbo and make amazingly realistic acoustic guitar tracks… Get creative with “Super Jumbo Explained®” today!

Super Jumbo Explained TUTORiAL-SYNTHiC4TE

Analog Tape Recording TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Tape, Recording, Analog Tape, Analog

Analog Tape Recording TUTORiAL

FANTASTiC | 09 June 2019 | 455 MB

…::: Audio Concepts :::…

Analog tape was once the most important medium for audio recording and mixing, and it’s now regaining popularity with many engineers and artists. Learn about the history and science of magnetic tape and learn how to work with this medium in this course, by audio expert. For most of the heyday of analog recording, magnetic tape prevailed. Eventually, this recording medium was largely replaced by digital recording technologies, but more recently, analog tape has been growing back in popularity in both home and professional studios. Tape really has that warm sound that digital recordings lack and well… tape is cool! This course covers everything you need to know about the history and know-how of analog tape.

Joe starts with a history of analog tape, from early monophonic recorders to the multitrack machines that were used to record countless classic records in the’60s, ’70s and the following decades. There’s a whole section on the physics of tape where you learn about tape heads, tape mechanics, tape formats, brands, and Dolby & dbx noise reduction. After discussing the basics of tape maintenance, Joe dives into how to work with tape, explaining recording and editing techniques specific to tape, including tape-based effects. The course also covers tape emulation plugins, how to incorporate magnetic tape with your DAW setup, and more.

So join audio engineer in this Audio Concept course, and get ready to be part of the analog audio resurgence!

Analog Tape Recording TUTORiAL

Starter Guitar Course TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Starter, P2P, Guitar, Course

Starter Guitar Course TUTORiAL

P2P | 04 June 2019 | 2.82 GB

Welcome to Starter Guitar Course! This is a fun & easy beginner guitar course that will turn you into a guitar player who knows a thing or two. We will start you from scratch at the very beginning. Imagine if you had the ability to read tab, play the basic open chords, play & find barre chords all over the guitar, name the notes on every fret, solo over most songs, and be creative with your strumming – all because you went through this guitar course. These lessons are cumulative. Each guitar lesson builds on the previous lesson. Many of these beginner guitar lesson videos have PDF attachments in the additional resources tab. These are the tabs and text guitar lessons to further help you learn. By the end of this course, you’ll be playing guitar with much more confidence and enjoyment! I’m glad you’re here – this is going to be a lot of fun! Let’s get started.

What you’ll learn:
– How to read tab.
– Find the names of each note.
– All the open chords.
– Find barre chords everywhere!
– The major scale (for soloing.)
– Easy soloing tricks using pentatonic scales.
– How to use backing tracks.

Starter Guitar Course TUTORiAL

Microphone Techniques: Essentials TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Techniques, Microphone, Essentials, BiFiSO

Microphone Techniques: Essentials

Team BiFiSO | 04 Jun 2019 | 696.6MB

Everyone who works with recorded audio and music needs to know how to work a mic. You should also be able to identify the right mic for each recording scenario, whether you’re given an existing toolkit of mics, preamps, and stands or bringing your own gear along, and place and adjust mics for optimum sound. This course is the place to hone your skills. Instructor Bill Gibson is a professor at Berklee College of Music, and has been recording, producing, performing and writing music for more than 35 years. In this course, he covers the most common mic types, applications, and patterns—so that you can make the right choice for your specific recording situation.

Hear the differences in mics from popular manufacturers such as Neumann, Shure, Royer, and Audix, and be able to judge transient accuracy, tonal personality, and overall sound quality. Review conventional and not-so-conventional choices for mic placement and get recommendations for putting together your own kit with flexible gear that can meet a wide array of challenges.

Topics include:
– Acoustics
– Wireless mics
– Handling noise
– Operating principles
– Shaping the pickup pattern
– Operating condenser
– Using high-pass filters
– Evaluating mics and mic specs

Microphone Techniques: Essentials TUTORiAL

Guitar Technique TUTORiAL, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, Technique, P2P, Guitar

Guitar Technique TUTORiAL

P2P | 04 June 2019 | 3.58 GB

Welcome to Guitar Technique, a complete course to teach you all of the most important guitar techniques that you need to know. This course is for all guitar students – beginner to advanced. The guitar technique lessons are in no particular order and are each taught from a complete beginner starting point. Any kind of six-string guitar will work well for this course – electric guitar, acoustic guitar, or classical guitar. This course is all about guitar technique and how to bring more energy into your guitar playing.  This course has only one section: GUITAR TECHNIQUE. In this section, we’ll be working on every common guitar technique, such as guitar slides, guitar bends, hammer-ons & pulloffs, vibrato, trills, legato, fret-tapping, sweep picking, natural & artificial harmonics, and much more. Most importantly, we’ll work on combining these techniques so that we can fully explore the possibilities of all the guitar techniques imaginable!

The videos in this course have tabs on the screen throughout most of these lessons. In addition, many of these guitar lessons will include a PDF attachment in the additional resources, which is the tablature of the techniques for further study.

Many guitar students will have various questions throughout the learning process. The Q&A area (Questions & Answers) in this course is a great way to connect with your guitar teacher (Dan) to ask questions about the course material. You are encouraged to use this whenever you need it – all guitar technique questions are welcome!

This course is a lot of fun! It’s time to bring the energy of these guitar techniques into your guitar playing. Now, let’s begin.

What you’ll learn:
– Over 20 guitar techniques!
– Learn hammer-ons & pulloffs.
– Learn slides & bends.
– Learn trills & vibrato.
– Learn fret-tapping!
– Learn sweep picking.
– Learn all about harmonics.
– Bring energy into your guitar playing!

Guitar Technique TUTORiAL

Making Electronic Music with Logic Pro X Track From Scratch, audio tutorials, Track, P2P, Making, Logic Pro X, Electronic Music

Making Electronic Music with Logic Pro X

P2P | 03.06.2019 | 2.45 GB

MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 48 KHz, 2 Ch

Genre: eLearning | Language: English + .VTT | Duration: 3 hour

Step by step Music Production in Logic Pro X – Music Style EDM / Drum and Bass

What you’ll learn:
– How to create a Liquid Drum and Bass track from scratch
– Drum editing and programming
– Drum sound design with synths
– Melody creation tips and tricks
– How to level a mix
– EQ and compression techniques
– Professional workflow tips in Logic Pro X

– Must have Logic Pro X to follow along

***Project File Included***
Either follow along or just take the ideas into your own work. This course is designed to help improve your workflow in creating musical ideas inside Logic Pro X. The course is divided into 6 steps with techniques from each video following onto the next. The project file for the final result is also available for students to download.

Who this course is for:
– All levels and students who want to learn more about Logic Pro X

Making Electronic Music with Logic Pro X

OP Z Explored TUTORiAL SYNTHiC4TE, audio tutorials, TUTORiAL, SYNTHiC4TE, OP Z, Explored

OP-Z Explored TUTORiAL

SYNTHiC4TE | June 02 2019 | 1.2 GB

Teenage Engineering is well known for its highly innovative and portable electronic music devices. With the OP-Z (the first standalone 16-track multimedia sequencer and synthesizer), the Stockholm-based company takes audio and visual expression to a whole new level. In this course, artist and trainer reveals the ins and outs of this powerful and intriguing instrument. Thavius starts the course by explaining how to use the OP-Z hardware in tandem with the optional iOS app, which as will see can open up a lot of creative options. After getting an overview of the OP-Z internal structure, you dive into projects, patterns and tracks, and you learn how to do both live and step recordings. Next. Thavius explains how to use the built-in mixer, and he reveals how to tweak the track parameters. Continuing with the course, you see and hear the effects in action, you discover the ultra-cool Tape Track, you learn how to sequence digital photos and 3D graphics with Photomatic & Motion, and a lot more…



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