I base my classes on learning by doing, practical experience and helping students achieve their music production goals. I give one on one private sessions to students who wish to gain music production skills, teaching students how to use Digital Audio Workstations such as Ableton Live software, Logic Pro X, Reaper and Pro Tools.
DJing is an art and most people will not teach there art because then they lose their style. I don't believe in this. My style is constantly growing and changing so i'm will to teach everything i know such as....
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.
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.
My lessons cover a wide range from the basics of digital music, mixing, sound design, to more advanced methods of production including EQ and Mastering. I also have lessons on breaking creative blocks and manipulating midi. For lessons I require a short (or long) list of things that you want to improve on or learn.
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 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.
I approach a topic by a way to understand the basic foundation. I believe that once your core is strong, you will be able to figure out things intuitively in the long run. The sessions are 1 hour per booking and a minimum of 5-6 sessions to cover all the basic elements to start producing your own music. Extra sessions can be arranged for a more in-depth understanding.
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.
My lessons will be tailored to suit your needs following an assessment of your current understanding and knowledge of the subject, there is no generic lesson structure because every learner is different and will ultimately benefit most from a customised approach
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.
I believe in doing practical exercises after learning about the theory and history as to get a full understanding of the origins of audio production.
My teaching method is both theoretical and practical. I take music lessons both in class and online. I prefer a physical class in order to help the students with hands on experience.
I teach about 10 students per class at the college. However, during a private session you get to ask LOTS of questions and I will answer them all and show you how, why and the best methods that suits your workflow, style of music and creativity.
Kodaly Methodology in the Classroom. Matthay Technique for piano. One to one teaching for composition. I have taught music from prep to Year 12 in Secondary, my main areas are composition and piano performance. I have also arranged music for a commercial CD.
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
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
The whole process starts with you filling in my Google Keep questionnaire for me to understand your level, needs and goals. We will work online in real-time, with me screen-sharing the Ableton Live project via Team Viewer and capturing everything that's happening on video with both my, and the student's voice included (allows to re-watch the lessons as many times as needed).
I Teach beginners classes to advanced students and occasionally lecturing very advanced students for composing I give students a subject such as jingles story line movies segments or any subject they like and live production segments story line such as street life gangsters ect,ect and put it together with popular tunes
I base my classes on the lifestyle of a beginner producer/ artist who works from home or does not have a variety of audio/recording/production tools & software. My classes are suitable for young musicians or artists, who are looking to start off their career in music.
My teaching method is designed to provide my students with the competency and confidence to use Pro Tools as an instrument for music composition, audio engineering, mixing, producing, editing and mastering music.
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.
Unlimited creativity bound only by structure, writing a song should be like writing a story.
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.
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