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32311 min32-part Audio Editing course168 CQ
Want to make your own music and be an Ableton Live DJ, but don’t know where to start? Live expert Madeleine Bloom walks amateur music producers through a comprehensive course on production techniques.
6100 min6-part Audio Editing course52 CQ
In this course, examine whether 3rd party plugins or stock plugins sound better when mixing music. Compare the same song mixed by the same engineer, as you follow the process of using each plugin.
848 min8-part DJ Skills course29 CQ
In this course, learn how to become a DJ by reviewing how to cue up a track, understanding gain and volume levels, using basic scratch techniques, making your track selection, and more.
6132 min6-part Audio Editing course69 CQ
Deep house music is noted for its soul and jazz influences and emphasis on vocal elements. This course from Fool Boyz UK teaches you how to create a deep house track in Apple Logic Pro X.
18159 min18-part Audio Editing course90 CQ
If you’re an electronic music lover, then you’ll love this crash course in Ableton Live - a popular music sequencer and digital audio workstation. Robin Nixon walks you through the detailed process for recreating songs - from creating bass lines and percussion tracks, to adding synth ambiance, ‘waa waa,’ and more. You’ll also learn to improve audio quality with the EQ and make custom tweaks before exporting your final songs. Take these principles and start mixing songs today!with Robin Nixon
If you’re an electronic music lover, then you’ll love this crash course in Ableton Live - a popular music sequencer and digital audio workstation. Robin Nixon walks you through the detailed process for recreating songs - from creating bass lines and percussion tracks, to adding synth ambiance, ‘waa waa,’ and more. You’ll also learn to improve audio quality with the EQ and make custom tweaks before exporting your final songs. Take these principles and start mixing songs today!
6 minAudio Editing lesson4 CQ
Looking for a simple way to transition between songs as a DJ? Follow along as Gary Harper, a.k.a. Demi Gods, demonstrates how to create a DJ filter audio rack.
2 minAudio Editing lesson2 CQ
Learn how to transition smoothly and musically between two tracks when DJing, or during a live performance, with a quick and simple crossfade filter technique.
4 minFREEAudio Editing lessonFree3 CQ
In this lesson audio engineering students will learn about stereo channels, and how separate waveforms affect what the listener hears from each speaker.
4 minFREEAudio Editing lessonFree3 CQ
In this lesson audio recording students will explore frequency and pitch, while gaining a better understanding of how they function in the world of music.
10 minAudio Editing lesson6 CQ
In this lesson audio recording and music students learn the logistics of amplitude and decibel levels in this sound engineering series.
5 minWriting Music lesson3 CQ
Want to produce a percussive synth sound like the one used in Martin Garrix's “Animals”? This lesson shows you how to achieve this distinct sound with Massive.
9 minFREEWriting Music lessonFree5 CQ
Sometimes synth can sound too tinny and bright. DJs everywhere: learn how to make your bass synth pop with fullness in your software synthesizer.
6 minFREEDJ Skills lessonFree4 CQ
Have you ever been to a club and admired the way DJs can mix one song into another, matching up their tempos seamlessly? Follow along and learn how they do it!
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11159 min11-part Writing Music course87 CQ
Learning how to read and write music opens up a world of musical possibilities! In this course from professional musician and educator Kalani, learn the fundamentals of music notation.
11103 min11-part Guitar course57 CQ
Learn 10 beautiful chord progressions for guitar and a variety of composition techniques, including a formula for creating chord progressions and a simple method for transposing chords in new keys.
17134 min17-part Audio Editing course78 CQ
Recording expert Home Brew Audio demonstrates how easy it is to get your own recording studio up and running on your own by using just your computer and the free, open source software, Audacity.
13142 min13-part Flute course75 CQ
A classical musician shares flute techniques she learned the hard way—through trial and error. This course covers crucial yet often neglected topics that help beginning flute students flourish!
14153 min14-part Music Theory course83 CQ
Using detailed explanations and familiar music examples, this college-level music theory course provides an engaging and fun introduction that will help you become a more appreciative listener.
1395 min13-part Harmonica course55 CQ
Harmonica teacher Ben Hewlett delivers this course filled with tips and instruction for jamming along with the 12-bar blues and mastering different vocal effects, so get out your harmonica and blow!
1496 min14-part Harmonica course56 CQ
Want to play harmonica like John Popper or Eddie Vedder? Dive into this beginners course, and learn how to buy a harmonica, how to bend notes, and play your first tunes in 1st position on a C harp!
12103 min12-part Harmonica course57 CQ
In this course from professional harmonica player and instructor Ben Hewlett, learn how to play some familiar songs and discover a new technique for reaching "missing" notes by draw bending.
12100 min12-part Harmonica course55 CQ
Learn the basics of playing the harmonica with Ben "Harmonica" Hewlett, including how to breathe into your instrument and play simple chords, as well as how to begin making fun rhythms by chugging.
1298 min12-part Harmonica course56 CQ
In this course for skilled beginners who have already mastered the foundations of harmonica, learn how to play a little G major pentatonic improv, some minor pentatonic scales, and a few blues scales.