I have been doing music production lessons for a few years now, and I find that Zoom is the best application to use while doing mentor sessions over the internet. You are able to share each others screen and audio feeds, while still chatting face to face. Once I get a feel for where you are at with your knowledge, I can design the perfect "course" for you to take. If you are in the L.A.
The fundamental principle behind my teaching style is active learning. My lessons are conversations, more important than giving a student knowledge is teaching them how to think for themselves and problem solve.
I believe that hands on experience with a expert guiding the student is the most efficient way to learn what I do. I explain workflows in tutorial videos that can be repeated and studied. When we meet online it is more of a masterclass or conversation. I meet every student at their level and we move on from there.
I always try and ask student's what music they like and if what style, genres, songs or artists they they are interested in learning. Based on that I try to build a curriculum in a way that I can teach production and composition techniques. This helps the student knowledge and understanding grow, as well as keeps the student engaged and interested.
My teaching method incorporates bookwork curriculum and hands on tactile learning in a real functional state of the art recording studio. I teach 3 different level audio recording classes. Basic Audio Engineering, Mixing and Ear Training and a Masters Engineering course.
I use a practical approach to help students grasp and understand the software/equipment they are using. By using a realistic approach, and pointing out real life examples & scenarios - it gives students an uncanny ability to recall lessons and apply technique when they are faced with tackling their own real life audio.
I want to make music fun and approachable for students at every level. I love sharing my passion for music with anyone willing to learn. It's not about how hard you work, it's about how SMART you work. For younger students (elementary - high school), it's important for me to be a strong and mature role model, not just a teacher.
To best prepare my students for a career in audio engineering/production, I approach the subject from a highly technical point of view. Rather than hammering students to memorize scales and chord progressions, I give them the tools to build their own workflow and composition techniques.
My lessons are appropriate for students of all skill-levels: novice, intermediate, experts. For example, experts in music production may seek sound design lessons. I know Ableton like the back of my hand.
my teaching method is very simple, work at your own pace. this is indeed a vigorous course with alot of dedication behind it but if you have the time and patience you can really pull it off in the long run.
I like to teach my students by showing them the process as a whole. After I know they have an understanding of the basic process I will begin to start showing them the specific techniques I use for arrangement, mixing and mastering the music I make.
I have taught many of my friends how to become a dj. I start with the basic knowledge of what the equipment is and what every button does. Then we go into what type of music they like and start with something comfortable that they like and take it from there.
Teaching method is hands on, show and tell, look in the book, apply practical usage, just work together, let the student ask any questions they would like to ask
I provide comprehensive lessons in the art of recording and mixing music, covering everything from basic analog recording techniques to complex editing and mixing with the latest Digital Audio Workstations and plug-ins. I customize lesson plans to fit the needs of each individual student. I can give personal lessons in my state of the art recording studio in San Diego, CA, or remotely via Skype.
To get on the same level as my students ensuring that they understand the craft in a language that I can freely interpret to them without stress or hassle.
What is great about music production is there are so many avenues for it. I think finding what an individual is passionate about is most important and then start chipping away at all the aspects of it.
I teach all forms of music and audio by starting with the basics of audio, sound, acoustics, electronics, and music theory. I expect my students to have the desire to learn as much as they can and to keep learning through their careers.
I base my teaching on playing how you feel not what sounds good to everyone else but what sounds good to you.
I get straight to the point. I basically give a primer to get you up and going to record with essential basics and techniques to utilize in your songs. From basics of getting signal, to mic choice and placements, all the way to Pro Tools -I can teach you how to record and mix like a pro.
I believe that when it comes to learning any sort of active skill, the only way to effectively learn is practice. With music production in particular, explaining something verbally has a limited threshold for effectiveness. My method is to explain something first on a technical level, then on a metaphoric level, and then to give simple examples and exercises on applying the skill.
My teaching method is simple. I base my lessons on what I’ve learned from Berklee College of Music and try to structure my lessons accordingly.
There are 2 aspects that are separate that I teach #1 is I'm a consultant of the music business & I show you all the things that you need to do to understand the music industry the history and the Business side with Touring & the Studio Recording side as they do it in 2018.
My method is simple, since most people interested in making their own music look for knowledge online I'll focus mainly in the art of Electronic music (this is not to say we won't be dealing with real instruments) It's important to define my lessons don't include analog systems, it all takes place in your laptop guys. Now... First of we kick it with some basic Sound and Music theory. I know.
My method is to give lessons and homework to the students so they can try everything, then I evaluate and give feedback so they can improve. Is very importante to do it several times to improve the hearing and techniques while recording.
I believe in a strong relationship with the student and mentor. Let's face it, it's good to be in love in what you're learning, but it's great to be in love in what you're learning AND being in love with your mentor (not in an intimate sense, pardon me).
I will help you understand and learn your software, in a fun and practical way. Working in real projects , so you can spend more time making music and having fun, and less looking at the manual. Real Musician environment . in the confort of your own home.
I pride myself on my analytical nature. I have spent countless hours understanding not just the "whats," but also the "hows" and "whys." I want my students to know that I can go at whatever pace they'd like me to. I also make sure to explain things in detail so my students get the full understanding of what it is I am teaching.
Tell me about your project and how I can help, I'll adapt my methodology to your level, style, and goals. I can work both at your home, in my studio or remote, you choose what's the best for you. If you want to learn basics of Guitar, Drums, Bass, and Piano, I can help you too.
I structure classes around teahcing equipment, teaching how to use recording software, music theory, and how to use your ears to arrange and develop a sensibility for music production that will make ideas relevant in the music industry. I have a very scalable teaching style based on the goals set with each student.
I base my classes on certain music production techniques that allow the creative music thoughts to flow through understanding of the software and based on what you want to achieve. I'm laid-back and flexible, so you can work at your own pace and reach your goals.
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