Ask Video Orchestration 102 The Wind Section TUTORiAL
The wind section is the most colorful section of the orchestra. In this course, you learn all about the instrument families, their techniques and articulations and how to score for them. So master the winds with our favorite maestro, Thomas Goss!
The wind section is made up of several different families: the flutes, oboes, clarinets and bassoons and each family has its own, unique way of producing sound. This course’s first section explains each family's playing characteristics including tone production, breathing, embouchure, fingering articulations and much, much more.
Then, Maestro Goss opens up his orchestration guidebook and takes you on a scoring journey. It is in this section that you learn all about score positions, section sizes, seating plans, transposing instruments and registers. We are so pleased to have such a great instructor like Thomas Goss teach orchestration to our members. His insight, attention to detail and educational skills are second to none. He is this generation’s Lenny Bernstein in the way he cheerfully demystifies the wonderful art of orchestration.
So join Thomas Goss and his team of top professional orchestral musicians as they take you on an in-depth orchestration adventure.
Udemy Learn to play the Bouzouki - Greek Bouzouki Lessons TUTORiAL
Learn to play the Greek bouzouki with these online lessons provided by the musician and bouzouki player Yossi Aharon
In these lessons we will start from the basics and learn the parts of the bouzouki, how to hold the bouzouki and the plectrum, tuning the bouzouki and start to learn the music theory which is the basic thing you need for being a musician. In music theory section there are video presentations that teach you all from the start. On the next section there are exercises to practice and improve your fingers and hands movements. After you practice the exercises for a while the next section you will learn how to play instrumentals and Greek songs on bouzouki include the Greek famous instrumental "Zeibekiko Tis Evdokias" written by the composer Manos Loizos, the instrumental "O Horos Tou Sakena" and instrumental version of the song "Siko Horepse Koukli Mou". Each song include normal and slow speed video. We also will have introduction to chords with 72 positions of chords on the bouzouki, major and minor chords. The next sections include the Greek scales and the Greek rhythms. This course contain all what you need to learn to play the Greek bouzouki.
MacProVideo Logic Pro X 303: 21 Synth Secrets TUTORiAL
Like secrets? Because Mo Volans is back to share some confidential, inside info on Logic Pro’s synths! So look around and make sure that no one is watching while you acquire some top secret synth techniques.
Logic Pro’s synths are a pretty complicated bunch. And with all those presets, it’s pretty easy to just pick some nice sounds and start recording! However, if you want to explore a little deeper, it’s good to do some knowledgeable tweaking. This "confidential” course is designed to give you that extra bit of Logic Pro synth knowledge that’ll take your sound design to another level.
It begins with a section on Oscillators and filters where you learn about detuning, sub oscillators, double filter FX and more. The next section is for control freaks. This is where Mo explores cool modulation tools and techniques to get massive control over Logic’s synths' parameters. The final collection of tutorials is a series of Mo’s tips and tricks where you see all this cool stuff in action.
So master the Matrix. Fine-tune the filters. Conjure up the controls and step-up the stacks as you learn all kinds of new synth production secrets in this course by Mo
Ask Video Cubase 8 108 Score to Picture TUTORiAL
Composing music to picture is an essential skill to master. This introductory course covers the basics of working with video in Steinberg’s Cubase. Learn these skills and begin scoring now in this 24-tutorial, Hollin Jones course.
So you’ve got your first video scoring gig and there are a bunch of unanswered questions: How does Cubase deal with video? What are frame rates? How do you get everything synchronized? Well, this course takes you through the basics to get you ready to score music to picture in Cubase!
Expert trainer Hollin Jones takes you frame-by-frame through the video basics. You learn the different video formats, frame rates and how to get Cubase running in perfect sync. You see how to import video into your Cubase project and extract the video’s audio tracks for editing and processing. You also learn how to edit video and then export your finished video production with your embedded music and audio tracks!
Along the way, Hollin also explains the creative side of the scoring process. It’s in these videos that you see how to make all your musical ideas sync to picture and fit the visuals. So, before begin scoring your first feature film, start at the beginning and get those essential skills in this 24-tutorial course by Cubase expert Hollin Jones.
Udemy Learn Piano Christmas Song 2 Play Dreamy Silver Bells TUTORiAL
Use 4 Chord Method to reharmonize Silver Bells & learn 24 Dreamy piano techniques to play jazzy cocktail soothing sounds
Dreamy Piano music is a quiet, elegant music that uses chords & harmony from jazz and classical music. This is the kind of music that is very relaxing and soothing for meditation or dining with family and beloved friends.
It’s the choice of chords that you choose to create the nostalgic atmosphere with sweet sounds.
When these chords are put together, it has a magical feel that is timeless and elegantly graceful. This kind of music brings hope and pleasure to our lives. After playing such music, one’s spirit feels lifted up in the journey. The musical path is one of delight and joy.
Silver Bells is a very special Christmas Song. Even though the melody of Silver Bells is very plain. If you take a look at the music score of Silver Bells, you will be able to pick up some very unique features in this song.
One of the unique feature of the song is the ‘accidental’ note that occurs in 2 places in Section A. Think of the accidental note as a ‘flat’ rather than a ‘sharp’.
Once you think of that note as a ‘flat’, you will be able to create a very smooth chromatic chord movement in that section to highlight the unique feature of this song. And when you can figure out the great chromatic movement chord progression, you can put it into the Turn Around and in the Ending of the Song.
Another very Unique Feature of the song is that there are many empty measures in Section B. Usually in empty measures, we can put in all kinds of runs and fills.
For "Silver Bells”, I refrain from putting in just any kind of runs and fills. We can certainly fill up those empty measures with ballad style of playing, and many of the runs and fills I presented to you in White Christmas.
Silver Bells with its repeated melodic notes give us many opportunities to do Dreamy Echoes in the empty measures. When we hear bells, we want to hear echoes. I will demonstrate 8 Different kinds of dreamy echoes for you to learn how you too can create your own dreamy echoes. You need to learn some improvisational skills.
Lick Library Effortless Guitar: Smooth Jazz Techniques
From a guitarist's perspective, Smooth Jazz is more like instrumental rhythm and blues, funk and pop music! It is a vibrant playground of great grooves, sophisticated blues-based harmonies, and lush orchestration - in the tradition of James Brown, Tower of Power, Earth, Wind and Fire and Carlos Santana. It is where jazz, rock, pop, funk, r&b, and Latin styles all come together on the guitar Thus DVD will help you to master this style, extending your knowledge of jazz harmony, blues techniques, funk rhythm skills and a keen, lyrical sense of melody in a variety of tone and amp settings Richard Smith is a session player and recording artist who lives in Los Angeles, California. He is also a Senior Professor and Chair of theStudio/Jazz Guitar department at the University of Southern California.
Ask Video volca 102 volca keys Explored TUTORiAL
You asked for it and here it is: Korg volca keys! G.W. Childs is back with this hardware-driven, in-action course to explain everything about this little synth and all the big sounds you can make with it!
Korg’s volca family of synths is one of the coolest things to happen to electronic music in a long time. In this course, by G.W. Childs, you the learn all the features packed into this awesome little box and how to integrate it (hook it up) with other volcas and everything else in your live performance and studio setup.
You start off with a tour of the volca keys hardware interface. Then, GW takes you through all of the recording and editing functions. Next, you discover all the key synthesis elements like volca’s VCOs, EG, VCF, LFO. From there, you learn the effects including Delay, Flux, Motion Sequencing and more. In the last section of tutorials, you see how volca keys works in the studio and on stage with its MIDI and CV capabilities.
So learn everything you need to know to make the little Korg volca keys a big part of your music production rig! Hardware rocks!