How to teach music with Figurenotes | for disabled and non-disabled students (Trailer)

October 18, 2019 No Comments

Drake Music Scotland is a charity that enables people with disabilities to play music. Figurenotes is a very important part of our work. Figurenotes has made a huge difference in enabling people to play music and read notation, especially in Read More

Tell the Ministry of Education: Protect Music Ed!

October 13, 2019 No Comments

Music is important to me because it’s been my whole life since I’ve Turned the age of three; the only education I received from that point on has been through The education system in Canada, which started with public school, Read More

Music at York College

(orchestral music) – It was the first week that I was here that I was sitting in my first ensemble and I’m still in that and I found my groove, I found what I like to do. I was playing Read More

Augmenting Recordings with Snare & Kick Drum Samples | Music Production | Pro Tools | Songwriting

Sometimes when you record drums, it can be useful to layer an existing sample on top of your kick and snare. This gives the feel of a live drummer, but it also gives it that punchiness of a really pop Read More

Sylvia Massy: Creative Approaches to Recording and Producing Music | Production Studio | Berklee

September 29, 2019 No Comments

There’s a certain way of thinking about recording. Well, we’re going to erase that. There are no rules. We’re starting over. [MUSIC] The most important thing we’re going to do is we’re going to break your biases. There’s some conductivity Read More

The Golden Ratio and Fibonacci Sequence in Music (feat. It’s Okay to be Smart)

September 27, 2019 100 Comments

– [Announcer] This week on Sound Field. Since the beginning of time a series of numbers has inspired the world around us. This number can be seen almost anywhere you look. It’s called the golden ratio and you might have Read More

How to Use Signal Processing Tools for Mastering | Music Production | Recording Studio | Ozone | EQ

September 26, 2019 No Comments

[MUSIC] Now, we’re going to think about signal processing tools, how we think about using them in preparation for doing the mastering work. If you take a look at the screen, you’ll see a typical, at least for me, preset Read More

CHRIST CHURCH MUSIC: Hearing is Believing

September 24, 2019 No Comments

– Glory. – Opportunity. – Truth. – Beautiful. (upbeat music) ♪ Let all the people praise thee, O God ♪ ♪ Let all the people praise thee ♪ – The music program at Christ Church Greenwich, it’s really special. One Read More

How Music Works, part 1: Music is Relative (subtitles in 6 languages)

September 21, 2019 47 Comments

Have you ever wondered how music really works? When we listen to music, it sounds so pure and simple and we get it right away. But when we ask the innocent question of how this all works, and how these Read More

Master of Music in Film Scoring | Composition | Program Overview | Berklee Online | Graduate Degree

September 20, 2019 No Comments

If you’re going to pursue film scoring, you really must love it. And you really must love it on a profound level. [MUSIC] People tend to think about film scoring in terms of the scoring piece, but really film scoring Read More