During the first free lesson, I get to know who you are. What are your interest and specialities. I understand your musical experience and the skillset. From there, I ask the 2 important questions: what are your goals and why did you choose music.
I will show you a number of ways to approach making music, minimising any potential walls you've perhaps hit in your past, whilst making it fun and more importantly getting a result at the end of it.
I like to keep things quite relaxed and quite fun in the classroom. There will be lots of warm ups and games that everyone will enjoy. My lesson structure generally consists of 50% theory and 50% practical exercises. They all contribute to the student's skills and understanding of different aspects of music.
Am not so talkative but when it comes to teaching music production,mixing and mastering I sure will tell you a lot , teach you shortcuts and how to open up your mind to to explore deep potential of the genres your interested in. For example if your interested in making Future bass, I can teach you how to make an afro beat with a future bass drop.
I have four different levels that I teach and they are as per below: Beginners - Here I teach the basics of Beat making and setting your Hook Intermediate - Here I teach mixing tracks individually Proficient - Here I teach the high end level of layering for texture Advanced - Here I teach the nuances in tuning percussion and rhythmic shuffles that enhance a beat
I like to do brief demonstrations and then walk my students through the process.
My teaching method will vary depending on if the classes are one-on-one or group based. Obviously one-on-one would be more detail orientated. Class structure would be to first train your ears to recognize the frequency spectrum and what instruments are coming through at what frequencies. Then we shall move onto recording techniques before learning editing and mixing.
i base my classes on teaching what is in current interest in the musical world. i like to prepare the students to the real world, giving them the tools and knowledge to act as professionals as artists, producers or engineers in the market.
The methodology I used has been developed based on the teaching methods of Orff, Kodaly and Dalcroze, which basically focus on theory by context, information analysis, movement and expression, exploration and experience. My methodology can be used in personalized or group classes, and serves as a pedagogical element for the development of students' musical and musical attitudes.
My methodology is Back to Basics What happens first Where does THAT note come from Everyone can make music What does this instrument do How to learn about frequencies Different genres of music I want my sing to sound like that Basic studio setups Recording instruments Recording programs Mixing and Mastering
Teach them how to use Fl studio, work through the basics, how to orchestrate melodies and create automation teach them beat structure, layering and synchronizing vocals with the beat and melody and mixing so it don't sound scrambled eggs Student will need a computer (preferably Windows) and Fl studio it is free
DJ lessons for beginners that wish to learn all the basic techniques and tricks to help them get started in the Art of DJing. From beat matching, to learning how to construct a set (song choice, BPM, flow), I can teach you everything that there is to know and make sure that you will be confident within 1 - 3 lessons.
Hello all, Please check my free online tutorials on my youtube channel, to see my teaching methodology. I base my courses on your needs and work to help you achieve your goals. Each lesson links theory to practice in order to get you familiarized with your softwares and eventually get you autonomous.
My teaching method can be both academic and practical. I'll be providing students with real recorded audio stem files from bands and artist for them to practice as well as useful PDF booklet regarding mixing. Creating music should be a fun process and not too theory base. So my lesson will focus more on creating music and the post-production aspect rather than academic books.
I would love to assist you with expanding your musical knowledge, with one on one casual lessons to address areas you need help in
I specialise in Ableton Live 10, but also i have experience with FL Studio and Pro Tools. I won't preach that my skills are 'correct' but by efficiently showing you how i do what i do then you can take what you've seen and implement it in your own way. I won't produce for you, but i will help you do so.
I would consider myself to be very patient and sympathetic towards students of all types. Whether the student is a beginner, intermediate or advanced, I will focus on their needs and wants. You will be guaranteed full attention on the things you want to learn, whether that's how to create beats, design your own sounds, jam with loops or arrange entire songs.
My teacher methodology would be to throw yourself into something and do your own research, learn and gain as much knowledge as possible and start experimenting with the idea's. I also believe in a mix of face to face and online education.
Lesson can be delivered at your place or mine,all we need from you is a laptop/desktop,if we need extra gear I'm happy to use mine. Said so you can understand my lesson will allow you to create the best music you can create in your bedroom.
I focus on fundamentals and on following a project to it's most advantageous conclusion.
I have broken down music parameters to be able to focus on specific aspects of music - texture, rhythm, meter, mood, etc. By focusing on one thing at a time it becomes easier to identify and produce the specific kind of music you enjoy.
This will be based on the individual themselves. I want to demonstrate good working practices when making beats and teach recording techniques for student to experiment with. The first lesson will consist of understanding students prior knowledge and get a feel of what they want to achieve with music.
Get the hands on, no holds barred insight into music production and engineering. I have a real mad scientist approach to Audio I wish to share. We can begin with basic DAW and setup through to advanced recording and mixing techniques. I have developed many of my own techniques and approaches throughout the years and am happy to share the tips and tricks of the trade.
I base lessons and mentorship based on individual circumstance, which varies depending on the person's audio setup, genre preference and overall style of project.
These lessons are created to help musicians bridge past the gap of tech knowledge and begin producing high quality tracks. I will introduce some of my favourite programs (AKA DAWs) for computer and apps for iPad/Mobile. Lessons will also assist you with troubleshooting and share tips about getting the most out of recording devices and MIDI controllers that can be used in Production.
As an experienced audio engineer, I have worked at some of the state's biggest music and comedy festivals and have completed many studio projects including music (featured on triple j), video game audio and post production for film.
My teaching method is flexible and varies from person to person, depending on what topics do the students want me to focus on. This helps the students get the most out of the lessons and focus only on the topics that they want to learn. Hence, my lessons are best delivered on a one-to-one basis, but I can teach a group of students with almost equal efficiency.
I believe in my communication skills and my willingness to find the solution that is best for the individual. Music is not magic it is hard work, I have worked hard on being able to translate technical information for anybody to understand.
I offer a tailored approach to lessons, communication with you is of the highest importance so i know what it is you wish to gain from my lessons. Whether it be setting up your own home production studio and all that includes, or learning specific task for AMEB theory or practical exams.
Working collaboratively with students, my teaching methodology is project-based. Focussing on real world production and performance scenarios, each module is catered to a specific aspect of the production process. At the end of each lesson, students will be able to take home practical elements of their own work to explore and extend in their free time.
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