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Keith Jarrett – La Scala

November 16, 2015

Jazz Piano Comping

October 4, 2015

weeklypiano

Bessie Smith – Mini Bio

September 25, 2015

matthewosburn

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http://loudonstearns.berkleemusicblogs.com/

Jun 17 2013

“Modulation” is one of the most important terms in music, and it gets used in so many ways! In this series of videos, made as a collaboration between Berklee and Beatport, I explore the importance of modulation within synthesis and using Native Instruments Massive and Kontakt. The great thing about these techniques is that they provide a starting point for an infinite number of sounds perfect for dance music(and other styles for sure). We start with a basic overview of synthesis and modulation, then we dive into two important techniques Risers and Rhythmic modulation. If you are comfortable with synthesis and modulation I would suggest you skip the first 3 videos and jump right in on the Massive Riser Modulation and Kontakt Rhythmic Modulation videos.  Enjoy!

Here is a link to the videos on Beatport.

Have fun, Make music,

Loudon Stearns

Bill Hilton

Vol  01

1. What Kind of Fool Am I? [Take 1]
2. Medley: My Favorite Things/Easy to Love/Baubles, Bangles, & Beads
3. When I Fall in Love
4. Medley: Spartacus Love Theme/Nardis
5. Everything Happens to Me
6. April in Paris

Bill Evans – Piano

Vol 02

1. All the Things You Are
2. Santa Claus Is Coming to Town
3. I Loves You Porgy
4. What Kind of Fool Am I? [Take 2]
5. Love is Here to Stay
6. Ornithology
7. Medley: Autumn in New York/How About You?

Bill Evans – Piano