Game Music Composition

February 4, 2016




Enyonk·83 videos

Zen World Music·66 videos

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Today we discuss another Advanced Music Theory for Trance/EDM

Open Voicing: Spreading out your chords to cover more of a frequency Range

Closed Voicing: Close spread chords to cover only one frequency

peacemakerstudio·50 videos

In this video I briefly discuss the different modes of the major scale. I mention how the modes, when the tonics are based on the same note, can be interchanged while playing over the top of a drone. I also do some short improvisational leads that demonstrate the concept of using the different modes. improvisation

Orchestra in Garageband

January 11, 2014


ScoreAudioUK·16 videos

This session looks at a few important considerations necessary for creating understated and more realistic orchestra sounds.

I have created this to show that you do not need countless tracks to get something fairly acceptable, provided you follow a few simple rules

iWriteMusic 2

December 15, 2013

iWriteMusicProject·18 videos

Summary of Version 2.0
Shows basics of note/rest entry, how to add/delete/reorder tracks, basics of page layout adjustment. Please check Version 2.3 for the latest information.

Ableton Tutorials

November 29, 2013

Ableton 101

Making A Song

Song Structure

hords, Scales,  and Melody

UniversityofSurrey·456 videos

The composition of music is a complex, creative and collaborative act. This is currently done with a range of tools including the editing of musical notation, the playing, recording and playback of musical phrases, and their verbal discussion. In this project we will bring these activities together in a single ‘composer’s notebook’ app called Com-Note for a smartphone. This will be based on the trial and extension of an existing multimedia narrative app called Com-Phone, during the creation of a new work for trumpet and string quartet. Technical implementation will involve mathematical modelling and adaptive visualisation of time-based media.

Collaborators: David Frohlich (Digital World Research Centre), Tom Armstrong (Arts), Janko Calic (CVSSP), Simon Desbruslais (Trumpet Player), Liget Quartet.

TEDxTalks·32,061 videos

TEDxBrainport 2013 – Making the Future
June 4th, 2013

A recent Design Academy Eindhoven graduate, Pieter Jan Pieters is building an impressive resumé of innovative project work involving sound technologies. Imagine if the waving motion you make with your arms could be translated into a sound wave. This is the premise of Pieter’s project ‘Sound on Intuition’. All our movements are unique, conscious or unconscious. ‘Sound on Intuition’ captures this uniqueness and transforms it into sound.

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

Prime Loops·396 videos

recordingrevolution·253 videos

In this video I show you the fastest way to stretch a vocal track in Pro Tools while keeping the performance in pitch and sounding great. This is great for editing or remixing a song.

For the ultimate guide to learning Pro Tools, check out my in depth video series, REthink Pro Tools

garnishschoolofsound·16 videos

http:/ | Top Pro Tools tips from an engineer with credits including Tricky and Soul II Soul. Al Riley shows us how to get drums in time using Pro Tools’ Beat Detective. Al is at the helm of our Pro Tools courses here at GSS

carolinejk·29 videos

Follow me as I go step by step into the process of layering instruments on top of each other to make a percussion driven Ethnic fusion.

The program I’m using is Logic Pro, all of the sounds have come from the East West Library. Scroll to the end if you want to skip some layers and hear the final piece.
Enjoy, and happy music making!

EtCeteraDistribution·13 videos
This is a short demo showing how guitarists can create full band backing using only a standard electric guitar. No keyboard, drums or other instrument skills required.