SpinAcademy Understanding Volume and Gain-TUTOR
Having a solid understanding of gain is absolutely crucial to being a good DJ. These lessons will teach you how to master gain on all levels, from your software to your mixer and more. Your transitions will sound smother, you won't damage your gear or your ears and more with by fully understanding how to use gain properly.
Udemy Basic Carnatic Music Lessons TUTORiAL
Learn important definitions and basic vocal lessons in Carnatic Music.
Are you a beginner and willing to step into the music world and want to make your career/hobby as Music? Then this course is for you!
Learn and get knowledge on the basic theory and lessons in Carnatic Music.
Parents who want their kids to start learning music can also enroll for this course.
This course is taught in a simple manner with vocal voice clips so that the you can practice along with the tutor.
The videos in this course contain the lyrics and voice clip demonstrations of lessons in Carnatic Music so that you don't need any extra materials, you can just learn everything from the videos.
Build your voice from base, medium to high pitch by practicing these basic lessons.
Once you are familiar with these lessons, you will be able to step into next advanced levels very easily.
At the end of this course, you will gain a very good knowledge on basic lessons in Carnatic Music and you will be able to sing and tune your voice in different voice ranges.
SpinAcademy Preparing Your DJ Set-TUTOR
Preparing Your DJ Set
by DJ Kenya
In this tutorial we discuss how to properly prepare your dj set.
Digital Tutors Getting Started with Audition TUTORiAL
In this Audition tutorial, we’ll get a fundamental understanding of this powerful audio software.
We’ll learn editing techniques for working with voiceover, the best workflow for mixing quickly and efficiently, and the essential production tools to enable you to use audio as a creative resource. We'll also get an understanding of how you can use audio to complement and enhance images and video.
By the end of this Audition training, you’ll have a great basis for further audio exploration
GuitarMasterClass: Metal Essentials Riff #1
Welcome to the Metal Essentials - Riffs #1 lesson! When most of players hear the magic word "metal", they immedtiately think of palm muting and one direction picking (downpicking). Here's a bite of those metal essentials. Detune your 6th string to D (keep other strings in standard tuning). Touch low strings with your soft part of the right palm. Spend some time to find a sweet spot moving your palm just around 1 inch left and right across the strings. Proper palm muting should have very short sustain, a lot of percussive sound and that specific low boost, right after the hit. From the other side if You move your hand too far to the left, your sound will stay percussive, but will loose an information of what notes are being played, and will loose some of the low boost as well. You also need to find a sweet spot of palm pressure to the strings.
Make sure to use bridge pickup position. It's recommended to have humbucker pickup - it handles more distortion with less noise and it's much more tight/focused in the midrange.
Proper amount of gain (only as much as necessary) will be crucial to keep things clear and tight. Too much gain will destroy good separation between notes, and will make the whole riffing more blurry. Too much gain can cause less effort from player himself, and will affect the overall profit, that could have been taken from the lesson. Learn the roots of metal guitar playing, inspired by 90's metal bands, like Pantera, Megadeth nad partially hard rock band - Disturbed.
Gear used (in order of connection chain placement):
1. Hufschmid Helldunkel All Sapeli guitar
2. Behringer MIC100 tube preamp (-20db switch on, gain and out knobs about 50%)
3. Presonus Inspire 1394 firewire audio interface (input gain 25%)
4. Poulin Legion plug-in:
- Channel - green
- Mode - Lead
- All knobs (eq, drive, input etc.) - 50%
5. Kefir impulse loader (mix 100%)
6. Impulse - Catharsis 2off_preshigh
7. Cubase 7.5 equalizer:
- 1.6 kHz -4dB Q=0.6
- 4.46 kHz - 4,9 dB Q=9.3
- 11.47 kHz - 3.5 dB Q=2.5 Low Pass II mode
Tuning - drop D (E B G D A D)
Backing track progression:
4/4 D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 E5 | D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 |
D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 E5 | D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 F5 D5 E5 F5 E5 D5 Eb5 |
D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 E5 | D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 |
D5 D/C5 | D/Bb5 D5 E5 | D5 D/C5 | D5 |
4/4 D5 D4# | D5 D4# G5 | D5 D4# | D5 F5 G5 |
D5 D4# | D5 D4# G5 | D5 D4# | D |
4/4 Ab6 G6 Gb6 F6 | Gb6 F6 E6 Eb6 F5 | D5 F5 | D5 |
Ab6 G6 Gb6 F6 | Gb6 F6 E6 Eb6 F5 | D5 | D5 |
Ab6 G6 Gb6 F6 | Gb6 F6 E6 Eb6 F5 | D5 | D5 |
Ab6 G6 Gb6 F6 | Gb6 F6 E6 Eb6 F5 | D5 | D5 | D5 | D5 |
Udemy The Ultimate Guide To Producing A Hip-Hop Beat For The Club TUTORiAL
Learn to make music like the top producers in today's music industry.
This course is the ultimate guide to create a hip-hop beat for the club. We start from scratch and move through every detail of every step needed to make a professionally sounding record.
We begin by going over recommended music gear to be used in the studio when producing modern music. We will cover both hardware and software and what to look for in each to adapt to your needs.
We move on to learning what qualities to look for in the sounds for each instrument, including the synth, bass, kick, clap, and hi-hat. This section is really important because knowing what types of sounds to use can either make or break you as a producer.
The next topic is song structure. We go over a brief history then lay out the top 5 most popular song structures used today.
We move on to building both the melodic foundation for the synth and bass as well as a detailed approach of how to build the rhythm section. We go bar by bar and explain how to use both melodic and rhythmic variation to keep your listeners interested and to create movement within the record.
We then end the course with some final touches and tips & tricks of what to do after your record is created to get it played in the club.
This course is for the producer that has some experience but wants to understand the details of every step of the production process so that they have more creative control of both their productions and their career.
This course is around 2 hours. I recommend that after going through the first time, to go back through to strengthen your understanding of topics that you don't fully understand. Repetition is the key to learning.
What are the requirements?
Students will need to have their own DAW and a working knowledge of how to use it
Students should listen to and understand the sound of modern hip-hop club records
What am I going to get from this course?
Over 37 lectures and 1.5 hours of content!
Understand the concepts and techniques used by today's top producers to make modern hip-hop club beats
Understand how to protect your music legally and how to network with others in the music industry
Train your ear to understand the qualities of sounds that are popular in hip-hop club music
What is the target audience?
Someone who is looking to break into the music industry by producing a club hit
They are taking my course to gain insight into the knowledge & techniques used by top producers today
They have put in the time & effort but are frustrated with the results of their beats
They are motivated to complete this course so that they can be on their way to making hit records for the club
This course IS for producers who are looking to make a career in the music industry
This course is NOT for beginners
This course is NOT for you if you do not have an understanding of how to use a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
Udemy Record your Voice for Video: Get Professional Sound Now! TUTORiAL
Gain Authority by having Great Sound in Your Videos
Why take this Course?
Learn all the stages to get Good Audio in your Videos from a Professional Video/Audio-producer. I will teach you how to Prepare, Record, and Polish your Audio in your Videos. I truly believe that "Audio is King", and that you therefore should spend some time perfecting your setup and production work flow.
Getting good audio is not rocket science. Even so, most people don't take the necessary steps to get good audio recordings for their videos. If you do, you will stand out!
I have tried to condense my 15 years of experience in Video and Audio Production, into this course, so that you can get results without reading hundreds of books and articles, or recording and mixing vast amounts of music and audio tracks as I have.