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Noiselab Electronic Music Production Level III TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 19 December 2018 | 1.87 GB
This is the third of 3 courses (Level III) in our beginner Music Production series in Ableton Live. Now that you've completed Level II, you’re on your way to completing your own unique sound and sharing it with the world. In this course you’ll learn about EQing your tracks, working with effects, creative sampling techniques, export settings, and much more.
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Lynda Live Looping with Ableton Live TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 19 December 2018 | 2.2 GB
Pair the sound of classic looping pedals with the flexibility of Ableton Live. Live looping reveals the inner workings of this highly creative and technical process in front of a live audience. To do it well, you need to master the nuances of your software. Learn the basics of looping music in real-time using Ableton Live and CylphX Pro with musical director Daniel Mintseris. This course shows you how to put together a live looping setup, create loops, and layer and stack loops to create unique compositions. Daniel helps you build a workflow that suits your musical personality and overcomes the technical limitations of your gear.
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Noiselab - Electronic Music Production Level II TUTORiAL screenshot
TUTORiAL | 1.88 GB
This is the second of 3 courses (Level II) in our beginner Music Production series in Ableton Live. The purpose of this course is to continue exploring the basics of music production by focusing on composition techniques. You’ll learn about programming drums, quantization, and basic music theory such as writing melody, chord progressions, adding a lead part, arpeggiators and many other topics.
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Lynda Audition CC 2019 Essential Training TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 19 December 2018 | 2.22 GB
Discover how to professionally edit and mix audio with Audition CC 2019. In this course, instructor Paul Murphy begins by going over several fundamental audio production terms and discussing how to import different kinds of media. He then continues with a more detailed overview of the software, including topics such as fixing common recording issues, editing and improving your sound elements with effects and the Essential Sound panel, integration with Premiere Pro, and finally, exporting your mix. If you have traditionally completed audio work inside your editing system, then this course can help you take your audio mixes to the next level by showcasing powerful tools and expert techniques.
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Lynda Real Recording School Weekly [Updated 12/17/2018] TUTORiAL screenshot
TEAM BiFiSO | 18 December 2018 | 1 GB
Welcome to the real school of music recording. Every week, Larry Crane leads a class of like-minded audio enthusiasts, engineers, and producers through a new recording or mixing challenge. Learn how to recognize and fix persistent sound issues like clicky bass, snare drum ring, boomy guitars, and hi-hat bleed, so that the music is all that listeners hear. The course features software and plugins, such as iZotope and Pro Tools, but almost all the techniques can be recreated in your favorite DAW. All you need to follow along is a pair of headphones and a passion for sound.
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Udemy SONGWRITING SIMPLIFIED Music Theory, Melody and Creativity TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 16 Dec 2018 | 3.09 GB
Writing a song is not as difficult as you think! If you can play some basic chords on Piano or Guitar, this course will teach you literally everything you need to know to get you started writing songs like the pros: Practical Music theory, Chord Progressions, Melodies, Song Structure, Lyric Writing, Creativity, Songwriting Tips & Tricks, and... YOU WON'T HAVE TO READ A NOTE OF MUSIC! And if you are a beginner player, you'll learn even more about Chords and Scales throughout the course.
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Music-Prod Electronic Music Production In Logic Pro X 5 Courses In 1 TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 13 December 2018 | 12.8 GB
Learn Electronic Music Production In Logic Pro X With Music Theory & Making 3 Full Tracks From Scratch - 5 Courses In 1

In this complete music production course for Logic Pro X, I will show you how to become an electronic music producer with getting into music production from scratch. First course is a quick start course to Logic Pro X where I will learn you how to start out with Logic. After that we will cover music theory for electronic musicians which is very easy to follow. I will show you some key steps to know how to create chords without knowing anything about music theory. After that we're creating three different full songs - from scratch.
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TTC Great Courses Playing Guitar like a Pro: Lead, Solo, and Group Performance TUTORiAL screenshot
P2P | 11 December 2018 | 8.09 GB
Musicians have been performing for the public since time immemorial, inspiring people all over the world with their creativity, knowledge of theory, and subtle nuances that set them apart from the crowd. Embark on a wondrous trek around the world, through time, and into the hottest musical scenes in the last 100 years as you open your eyes and ears to the magic of playing guitar like a master.

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Truefire - David Hamburger - Blues alchemy Post war screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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As American roots music became electrified in the years after World War II, blues musicians in thriving urban centers like Chicago and Los Angeles began transforming earlier, prewar blues sounds into a variety of vibrant, groove-oriented styles. The innovative sounds and vocabularies first waxed by icons like T-Bone Walker, Muddy Waters, Lightnin' Hopkins and Ray Charles in the 1950s still form the foundation of every modern blues musicians' sensibilities.
In David Hamburger's Post War edition of Blues Alchemy you'll play your way through eight essential ‘Post War' grooves, while learning how to combine the fundamental pentatonic blues vocabulary with more sophisticated approaches for soloing and playing the changes.
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Truefire - David Hamburger - 30 blues intros, turnarounds, and endings you must know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Intros, turnarounds, and endings are the key moments that really frame a blues song, and with the right moves at your fingertips, you can make the most of these moments.
In this collection of 30 Blues Intros, Turnarounds, and Endings, David Hamburger will teach you two intros, two turnarounds and two endings for each of five essential blues grooves — a shuffle, boogaloo, slow blues, minor blues and a jazz blues. Wrap your hands around these licks to start turning your jams into songs, and sound good doing so.

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Truefire - Christie Lenée - Creative Fingerstyle Guitar for Songwriters screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Songwriters often find themselves stuck in a creative rut playing the same old chords and patterns. How do you free yourself from traditional forms? How do you break out of the box? How can you expand your palette of musical ideas? For all those answers and mega doses of inspiration, dig deep into Christie Lenée’s Creative Fingerstyle Guitar for Songwriters.
Combining guitar virtuosity, lyrical storytelling, and a passion for positivity, Christie Lenée leaves her audiences feeling inspired. “She's got unparalleled skill on the guitar, songs that go straight to the heart, plus an immediate and deep connection with the audience. She wowed everybody!”
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Truefire - Chris Buono - Take 5 Legato screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Put simply legato means ‘smooth and flowing’ and to achieve that sound guitarists utilize a trio of go-to techniques: hammer-ons, pull-offs, and slides. All three of those techniques work together to produce the legato sound, and all three also have a variety of iterations that guitarists need to have a grip on. This Legato edition of Take 5 from Chris Buono is an accelerated curriculum designed to help you build a solid foundation for this essential technique.
Chris kicks off the course with a quick primer on legato where you’ll drill down on these key techniques and their various iterations. Chris will demonstrate how to combine them to achieve a smooth and seamless legato sound.
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Truefire - Brad Carlton - Chord Studies Rock and Pop Progressions Vol2 screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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This second volume expands your vocabulary with 15 more popular song progressions. As you work through these progressions you'll also learn a variety of essential voicings for add 9, 6/9, sus 2, major 9th, dominant 7th, minor 7th and major 7/6 chords.
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Truefire - Andrew Leonard - Beginner Method for Classical Guitar screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Whether you're an experienced guitarist interested in adding classical technique and style to your playing, or a beginner starting from the ground up, this accelerated Beginner Method for Classical Guitar course from Andrew Leonard is the ideal study program for you.
”In this first volume, we’ll cover the most fundamental techniques. I’ll show you right-hand rest and free strokes to play scales and arpeggios, and my unique 4-position approach for the left-hand. Along the way, you'll play several etudes and you’ll wrap up the course with Milan's "Pavan 1", a well-known concert piece.”
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Truefire - Adam Levy - 30 Songwriter Sideman Licks You MUST Know screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Supporting a songwriter as the sideman in a duo or band situation is an artful skill that can be very challenging. Usually, there’s a rhythm guitarist -- perhaps the singer -- playing fairly simple chords and rhythms. Your job as the sideman is to color and embellish the performance of the song without distracting the audience’s attention.
Adam Levy’s collection of 30 Songwriter Sideman Licks is an essential, versatile vocabulary of rhythm parts, fills, and single-note lines for anyone performing or recording in a sideman capacity.
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Truefire Dave Martone - The combined hands of fury screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Hello I'm Dave Martone — welcome to my TrueFire Foundry course, The Combined Hands of Fury, which I produced in my own studio.
For the intermediate to advanced player who wants to step up their technique and develop
some wicked chops, this course is just the ticket. Not only does this course take students
on a journey to help them combine the most popular and famous left and right hand
techniques, but it does so by also teaching some awesome licks, riffs, and tunes that will
be fun to play, and not just sound like “exercises".
I will everything from Tarrega, Villa Vobos, and Albeniz (classical/flamenco styles), to
Holdsworth, Howe, Satriani moves (fusion/rock styles) and much more. I will also include a
ton of amazing left and right hand workouts.
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Truefire James Hogan - Groove Guitar Lead screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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All of our guitar heroes have one thing in common -- they know how to lock their solos into
the groove, whatever style they’re playing.
James Hogan’s Lead Guitar Edition of Groove Guitar will help you develop this essential
skill by covering 10 essential lead guitar concepts showcasing a wide variety of feels,
styles and techniques including Jazz, Blues, Funk, Rock, Country, Gospel, Pop, and R&B
styled grooves.
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Truefire Reinier Voet - Gypsy Jazz Melodic Soloing Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 160 Kbps, 44.1 Khz, 2 channels
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Building a strong melodic solo is one of the most important skills an improviser needs,
especially when soloing in the Gypsy Jazz style. You need to use solid building blocks to
structure and present your solo into a seamless, engaging story that your audience will
want to listen to.
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Truefire  Steven van der Nat - Horn Section Riffs Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 224 Kbps, 44.1 Khz, 2 channels
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Horn section parts, punches, and fills add a whole new sonic dimension and excitement to any style of music especially blues, rock, and jazz. It’s rare that we get a chance to play with horns, which is why guitarists learn how to mimic a horn section to majorly liven up their comping, rhythm parts, and fills. Steven van der Nat’s Horn Section Riffs Guidebook is an accelerated curriculum focused on emulating horn section harmonizations, dynamics, and timing on guitar.
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Truefire Tony Smotherman - Classical Flatpicking Explorations screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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The right and left-hand fingerstyle techniques that are commonly associated with classical
guitar can be pretty intimidating for flatpickers. Yet, virtually any classical composition
can also be played with a pick. Tony Smotherman has arranged 10 solo flatpicking studies
inspired by the most popular classical guitarists and composers.
These 10 compelling arrangements will jumpstart your repertoire of flatpicking classical
pieces. Play them for family, friends or even on your next solo gig. You’ll also benefit
from the engaging melodic approaches common in classical music, which will enrich your
solos and compositions, whatever style you play.
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Truefire Zoumana Diarra - West African Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 Khz, 2 channels
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The juxtaposed rhythmic patterns and simple, engaging melodies characteristic of
traditional West African music has influenced many contemporary styles of music.
Ethnomusicologist Gerhard Kubik traced the roots of the blues back to West Africa, calling
it the "cradle of the blues.” Also rooted in West African music, Afro-Caribbean music
eventually migrated to the USA to help shape jazz.
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Truefire Rory Ronde - Soul Jazz Signatures Guidebook screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 Khz, 2 channels
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Whether you’re looking to jazz up your blues, inject a little soul into your playing, or
just nail that powerful soul jazz guitar sound, which was pioneered by the likes of Grant
Green, George Benson, Cornell Dupree, Johnny Guitar Watson and other giants of the era —
dig immediately into Rory Ronde’s Soul Jazz Signatures Guidebook!
”I’ll show you solos, licks, grooves, rhythm moves, and key techniques inspired by
legendary guitar players from the soul, jazz and funk scene. We’ll explore the signature
techniques and typical grooves that defined these artists, and I’ll show you how to
incorporate these moves into your own playing whatever styles you prefer playing.”

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Truefire Rob Garland - Melodic Soloing Blues Chord Tones screenshot
Publisher: Truefire | Language: English
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Audio: MP3, 192 Kbps, 48 Khz, 2 channels
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When soloing over blues and rock many guitar players use the pentatonic scale, which is a
good place to start. However by addressing the chord changes of the song (and the good news
is with the blues, there are usually only 3 chords) and targeting chord tones, your solo
will soar to new melodic heights and you’ll be the envy of every pentatonic warrior at your
local blues jam! Melodic Soloing: Blues Chord Tones will show you how to easily find and utilize chord tones to create compelling melodic solos. To get you there quickly, Rob explains how the chord tones can be extracted from the actual chord voicings you are playing and how to make music with them, incorporating pentatonic scales and arpeggios.

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