Hey guys here is another mixing video for you here, apolgies for the times where I don’t talk for long periods or I’m being slow.
Here it is! The Pro Tools 2020 Review! Let’s see what’s new! ✅ Get your sound mixed and mastered by Matty:https://mixandmastermysong.com ✅ Get my FREE Mixing Template: https://bit.ly/2HKTFEH —————————————————————————————————- 🦶 Follow Me! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mixedbymatty Twitter: https://twitter.com/mixedbymatty Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/mixandmastermysong —————————————————————————————————- Matty Harris is a music producer, mixing and mastering engineer from Boston. As a young musician, he won several awards, most notably, the best drummer in New England. He toured with jazz, blues and calypso bands, playing bars and clubs at the young age of 14. After High School, he attended Berklee College of Music where he studied Music Production and [More]
An explanation of repeat signs, D.C. al Fine, and D.S. al Coda.
Leitmotifs are great. Drawing associations between different melodic figures and characters, places, or elements within a story are a great way to enrich the storytelling of a game while simultaneously giving players an easy way to connect with the music. All great leitmotifs are great musical ideas, but not all great musical ideas make great leitmotifs. Join me as I take a look at the leitmotif-heavy soundtrack of the Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of Time/Darkness/Sky games to try and figure out what kind of musical ideas make for great leitmotifs. Notebook: https://www.themusiciansnotebook.com/collaborations/8-bit-music-theory PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/8bitmusictheory TWITTER: https://twitter.com/8bitMusicTheory DISCORD: https://discord.gg/R8XUEdT #PokemonMysteryDungeon #Leitmotif [More]
For those who do not know, the month of March is Women’s Month. We have had the pleasure of sitting at the desk with a number of talented women in the audio space from studio directors, composers, executives, front of house engineers, mixing and mastering engineers, producers, songwriters, and more. Please enjoy a compilation of some of our best moments with some of the most talented women in music! Featuring: Sylvia Massy (Producer / Engineer) Erika Ender (Songwriter) Jenn Decilveo (Songwriter / Producer) TRAKGIRL (Producer / Entrepreneur) Marcella Aracia (Mix Engineer) Amanda Davis (Front of House) Sarah Schachner (Composer / [More]
GET THE FREE MUSIC CAREER COURSE: ➜ https://pages.fullcirclemusic.com/career-course Want to get our FREE mini video course that teaches you the exact steps to take to have a professional career in music? Get it here: ➜ https://pages.fullcirclemusic.com/career-course RESOURCES IN THIS VIDEO: Logic Pro X: https://www.apple.com/logic-pro/ Pro Tools: https://www.avid.com/pro-tools ABOUT THIS VIDEO: Logic vs. Pro Tools is one of the most common (and passionate) debates in the modern music production industry. Which should beginners use. Which should professionals use? How much does cost and accessibility and ease of use and ease of learning come into play? There are so many factors to [More]
►► Create radio-worthy songs from your bedroom. Download my FREE Radio Ready Guide and learn my 6 step process → http://RadioReadyGuide.com With so many people being forced to work from home during this global crisis, people are losing their minds. Working from home is no walk in the park! You would think it would be easy: stay in your PJs, don’t wear pants, crack open your laptop, and “do stuff” whenever you feel like it. Nah – doesn’t work like that. Trust me, I’ve been working from home since 2009! If you’ve found yourself on the brink of insanity or [More]
The Cubase multiband compressor has four separate adjustable frequency bands of compression, which is very useful for adjusting the dynamic range of things like a master track or a stereo drum sample to tighten up your sound. You can change the threshold, ratio, attack, release and volume of each frequency band, bypass its output, and use the provided presets for quickly finding appropriate settings for your sound. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment and tell us what you think. Thank you. Your Steinberg YouTube Team Check out [More]
Music scores are used by composers, conductors, and music students. Being able to read a music score can come in handy if you’re studying a piece of music and it’s easy IF you know how the music score is organized. In this video we will look at how music scores are put together and how you can learn to read them to learn more about a piece of music and follow along with the ensemble. Become a patron on Patreon and help me shape the future of this channel! https://www.patreon.com/oddquartet/ Visit the Official Odd Quartet Store: https://odd-quartet-comics.myshopify.com Purchase great merch [More]
Knowing how to brand your music on all platforms as a music creator not only gives you an unfair advantage, but it empowers you to create more security in your music career. Music marketing can be applied to everything you do if you understand the correct way of structuring the flow of attention. In this video I break down a technique I call ABC Mapping and show how I personally use it to organically grow my brands and audience. Doing this will give you fast results. You owe it to yourself to watch this one. Join The Early-Bird Waiting List [More]