A music theory tutorial on how to read sheet music, the names of the clefs, the names of the notes. Be sure to visit my website and join the music community! Free Music Education
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Tudo o que você precisa saber sobre o mais famoso programa de produção musical do mundo, o Pro Tools. Se você sempre teve o sonho de usar o Pro Tools ou quer aprender o Pro Tools pra entrar no mercado de produção musical ou montar seu home studio, se você alguma vez teve vontade de usar o Pro Tools, esse é o vídeo certo pra você. Será que vale a pena baixar e aprender gravação e mixagem no Pro Tools? Esse vídeo fala sobre todas as versões, Pro Tools First, Pro Tools 12, Pro Tools Ultimate e Pro Tools 2019. [More]
►► Download the 8 Step Mixing Checklist and multitrack stems here: http://mixingchecklist.com/ I’m a guitar player and I’ve mixed my share of guitars over the past 20+ years. What I’ve learned is that to make the guitar sit just right in the mix requires giving guitar tracks their own sonic space in the mid-range. To do this I use 3 specific plugins almost every time. And one of them (my favorite) is an underrated, never talked about plugin that comes free with my DAW!! Would you like to know what it is? Check out this bonus video of my IK [More]
This video was made specifically for my University students that are stranded at home for the rest of the semester! I go through a few ways to make music with nothing but the included sounds in Cubase Elements, Artist, and Pro. Make sure to watch my Cubase basics videos first, if you’re completely new to Cubase! Part 1: https://youtu.be/nbluesCJP3Y Part 2: https://youtu.be/IlZUHrmzer0 Cubase stock sounds song: https://youtu.be/bK2UHVKP7AA Music theory basics:https://youtu.be/-Ff9NDX3Euk
Don’t miss our live Club Cubase hangout at the Cubase YouTube channel. If you don’t want to miss it, subscribe to the channel and hit the bell to get notifications every time we schedule a hangout. In this sessions you can learn tips and tricks about our software. Questions can be submitted in advance to: clubcubase(at)steinberg.de #Live #Hangout #Cubase #Tips #Tricks #Questions 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 the trial version of Cubase [More]
The vibrato plug-in in Cubase is a simple but effective effect which can provide a very pleasing ambience. The parameters include spatial for stereo width, depth and vibrato rate, which can have a quantize setting to your song using the sync button. Vibrato can add a real touch of class to the overall sound of a music production if used sparingly, for example over strings. And of course there are plenty of presets, including a very effective doubler, to experiment with. We hope you find this video entertaining and useful. If you like what you see, please leave a comment [More]
Day 5 – Scales over Chords Music theory is the study of the practices and possibilities of music or in other words, the study of how music works. It is also one of the easiest yet most often overlooked area for musicians. The majority of music theory can be understood in a short amount of time IF taught in the right order and with the right method. During this week, I am going to share with you the most important subjects of music theory that will absolutely change the way you think about music and the guitar. This week will [More]
Day 3 – Nashville Number System Music theory is the study of the practices and possibilities of music or in other words, the study of how music works. It is also one of the easiest yet most often overlooked area for musicians. The majority of music theory can be understood in a short amount of time IF taught in the right order and with the right method. During this week, I am going to share with you the most important subjects of music theory that will absolutely change the way you think about music and the guitar. This week will [More]
In this short scale tutorial we will be discussing the Whole Tone Scale. The Whole Tone scale is a six-note or Hexatonic scale. It has no half steps and thus no leading tone. All six notes are separated by a whole step or whole tone. There are only 2 different whole tone scales. The scale is used in both classical music and jazz extensively. Many film scores rely on it’s ambiguous nature to create dream like effects with it. Claude Debussy used the scale extensively as did other impressionist composers between 1875-1925. Links To Follow: If you are interested in [More]