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.
As a DJ of 10 years, I feel like I've learned so much that it'd be selfish not to share. I'm here to teach DJ's things that most older DJ's wouldn't teach you. I like showing and even learning new things. I'm not here to judge anyone because I once had to learn too.
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 career in music started in Jazz, Ive been laying the saxophone since 4th grade. Within the last 10 years I've been recording my own music on Ableton and logic. Recently I've been using serato to DJ sets in the twin cities. Ive performed at first ave, triple rock, the cabooz all over the place.
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.
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.
My teaching method is visual and includes minimal writing. I teach the basics of DJing and start with the core topics.
Learn about the student partner with student discuss goals and make a plan then execute plan To ensure success.
Interactive advance sessions based of free material from the internet focusing on modern production and composition techniques.
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.
Hello! I currently give lessons to students of all ages in Electronic Music Production and DJing. I teach students all the necessary components to music production such as using software, audio engineering and mixing, music theory, song writing, and mastering. In essence, I simply teach students how to create the songs that they dream of.
First we will go through the towns and the pitches and the different levels of The Voice. We will perform several breathing exercises before we begin. We will start out with low pitches and go into High pitches and work on strengthening The Voice for ultimate performance.
I am a professional Dj and Producer for electronic music for over 3 years. Graduated from Musicians Institute for Audio Engineering. Ive played in Hollywood, LA and OC best clubs including Avalon, Yost, Sutra, Heat, Belasco Sevillas, OHM and Exchange. I want to share all my knowledge with those who love electronic music. House, Electro, Dubstep, Trap, Future Bass, Future House, Ableton.
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.
I teach elementary level all the way up to tutoring students studying towards their Bachelor degree. I work out what you want to achieve and plan my lessons accordingly. I help you achieve your own personal goals tailored to the way you want to learn.
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.
My instruction allows you to actively see my processes step-by-step, from any point in the production of an electronic record. My goal is not to allow exact repetition, but simply to provide a basic understanding of point A to point B and how there are few limitations as to how to reach point B.
I have been playing and learning piano for around 9 years. I've played in a few bands. I have been DJing for the past 5 years. I am mainly a songwriter and music producer and I own a recording studio in Houston. I believe in having fun and learning songs you already love as well as the freedom to be creative in your own way.
I am a native resident of Oregon and I grew up and learned music in Portland. I began my career as a classical and jazz musician, earning a performance degree in vocal music from Portland State in 2002. I performed professionally as a symphonic and jazz trumpet player as well as a concert and solo vocalist. In addition to live performance, I have several years trumpet and vocal coaching experience.
Professional musician (drummer), I am in parallel sound engineer and audiovisual technician. After a course at SAE institute, I produced music for about ten years, mixing albums, lives and technically managed audiovisual events. I can offer you a complete technical training, knowing several points of view of the professions of the music.
While I was interested in my department abroad, I was involved in many stages as a sound engineer for two years. In this way, the experiences I have also developed my relationship with my customers return to Turkey with fun and full of information production and sharing lessons using their first priority is my DJ training.
Audio engineer - Composer Producer Mao Stage's experience Beginners and Advanced Training includes: -Master of Ableton Live software and / or Pro Tools -How to start your project -Proficiency / basics of sound synthesis -Composing an electronic music according your own style -Basics of synchronisation -You will learn how to mix your track -Which set up choose for the live and how to...
I have plenty of experience on everything from a basic serato controller, through to industry standard Pioneer players. Even back to some old school turntables for the hardcore vinyl lovers. In my lessons I hope to teach you how to use everything so you’re never lost when it comes to learning how to mix on an unfamiliar piece of kit.
My name is Antony Bonneto, I'm 24 and I'm a DJ and music producer confirmed last ten years with international experiences. I offer customized courses for amateurs who want to get or improve in exciting activities that are the Mix / DJ and production / MAO. You choose if you want to become a DJ, producer / composer or both like me. My teaching methods are simple and have already proven themselves.
Professional in the electronic music industry. I worked with the first versions of all existing software on the market today (Logic, Ableton, Cubbase, Reason Pro Tools, Native Instruments Maschine ...). My applied knowledge on devices, software and different .vst MIDI plugin is a vital asset to the teaching of MAO.
Were you born to produce exceptional electronic music but currently lacking in knowledge, professional guidance or self-confidence in the studio? Learn how to turn your musical ideas into singles, EPs and albums TODAY under world-class yet affordable supervision.
Hello, My name is Harold. I am passionate about music and would like to pass on what I've learned over the years. I have a studio in Paris that allows me to receive my students and teach/show them concrete examples of voice recording/mixing/mastering ...
I propose lessons where the fundamental concepts for the production of electronic music will be faced with a first theoretical approach and then move on to practical implementation through Ableton Live and Max MSP.
I base my teaching approach and content of the lessons entirely on the interests and objectives of the student. I can help with A level Music Technology submissions, as well as helping with degree level coursework, show an amateur enthusiast how to get the most out of music production software, or help an aspiring producer/DJ how to mix, master and incorporate their own work into a DJ set.
My teaching method is not academic. It is based on my own techniques developed over all these years. As a pedagogue, I know how to adapt to any type of profile, from the beginner to professional. I can cover everything from composition to mix / mastering and even self-production and music sharing online.
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