Music Theory Simple Music Theory for Electronic Music Production

Author: Roy Wilkenfeld
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781534728905
Format: PDF, Docs
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Are you an aspiring electronic music producer who isn't trained in music theory? Are you looking for a fast but effective guide to music theory to learn musical concepts, principles and take your music to a whole new, professional level? Look no further, "Music Theory" is exactly what you need. Learn music theory effectively with easy-to-understand teaching methods. Learn scales, modes, chords, melody and rhythm easily by looking at informative images and spot-on descriptions - no confusing music theory methodology used in this book! Take the theory instantly into action by proactively learning the methods taught in this book. The simplistic beauty of "Music Theory" does you a favor in learning music theory... Easy-to-follow, Straight to the point -guide Music theory visualized on the piano keyboard 6 chapters covering essential music theory Excellent imagery to learn from Understandable descriptions of musical concepts Pro tips at the end of each concept to boost your learning Here's a preview of what you'll learn... The Piano keyboard Major and minor scales Modes Basics of rhythm and tempo Chords and chord inversions Melody and transposition Intervals All major and minor scales listed, as well as modes Take action today and acquire important skills in music theory to become the best musician you can be!

Poetics of Music in the Form of Six Lessons

Author: Igor Stravinsky
Publisher: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674678569
Format: PDF, Kindle
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The distinguished composer discusses the phenomenon of music, its composition and performance, music typology, and the avatars of Russian music

Electronic Music

Author: Roy Wilkenfeld
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781519107503
Format: PDF, ePub
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Discover 25 hand-picked mixing tricks that you can use to gain a cutting edge in your electronic music productions and mixes Take your mixes to a whole new level Take advantage of road-tested mixing techniques used by electronic music professionals and inject them into your music. Get an exclusive peek into 25 definite mixing tricks that will make your music sound better. Learn about five different categories of mixing: Mix Essentials, Mix Clarity, Drum Sweetening, Special Stereo Width and Advanced Mixing Techniques, each category containing 5 different tips! Why use ELECTRONIC MUSIC as your mixing reference? Easy-to-follow, Straight to the point -guide Step-by-step, handbook-style tutorials 25 Mixing Tips in 5 different categories Get a professional sound in your mixes Learn, have fun and take what you learn to the next level! Here's a preview of what you'll learn... Proper Gain Staging Achieve a solid mixer fader balance Musical Side Chain Compression EQ for Clarity Kick Drum Tuning and Processing Parallel Compression Punch for Drums Advanced Stereo Effects Advanced Automation for Special Effects Get your copy today! Take action today: Get rid of your insecurities in mixing electronic music and learn how the pros are doing it!

How to Make a Noise

Author: Simon Cann
Publisher: Simon Cann
ISBN: 0955495504
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
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How To Make A Noise-perhaps the most widely read book about synthesizer programming-is a comprehensive, practical guide to sound design and synthesizer programming techniques using subtractive (analog) synthesis, frequency modulation synthesis, additive synthesis, wave-sequencing, and sample-based synthesis. The book looks at programming using examples from six software synthesizers: Cameleon 5000 from Camel Audio, Rhino 2 from BigTick, Surge from Vember Audio, Vanguard from reFX, Wusikstation from Wusik dot com, and Z3TA+ from Cakewalk. Simon Cann is a musician and writer based in London. He is author of Cakewalk Synthesizers: From Presets to Power User, Building a Successful 21st Century Music Career, and Sample This!! (with Klaus P Rausch). You can contact Simon through his website: www.noisesculpture.com.

How to Make a Noise Frequency Modulation Synthesis

Author: Simon Cann
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 0955495555
Format: PDF, ePub
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Frequency modulation synthesis is capable of creating a broad, detailed, highly nuanced range of tones which can be controlled with a fine level of detail. The technique starts with a simple wave—usually a sine wave—which is then modulated by another wave. The interaction between the two (or more) waves creates and shapes the sound over time. FM synthesis offers an infinite range of possibilities and permutations: it is this range of choices which gives the broad array of tonal nuances that are available with FM. How to Make a Noise: Frequency Modulation Synthesis shows you how to create a broad, detailed, highly nuanced range of controllable tones. These principles can then be applied to any synthesizer with frequency modulation capabilities.

Harmony for Computer Musicians

Author: Michael Hewitt
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 1435456734
Format: PDF, Docs
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Home music producers now have access to a wide variety of software synthesizers, samplers, and FX devices on their computers -- devices that had previously been available only in expensive hardware forms. Although computer musicians often show a high degr

The Hexadic System

Author: Ben Chasny
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781937112172
Format: PDF
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Introducing a new approach to playing and composing music. It doesn¿t require the use of a computer or an internet hookup; all that the interested player will need is a guitar, a copy of The Hexadic System book ¿ and a regular deck of playing cards.

Vorwerk Tip of the week

Author: Maarten Vorwerk
Publisher: BookBaby
ISBN: 1543902715
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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World renowned dance music producer Maarten Vorwerk has provided his followers with a weekly tip for the last three years. He shines his light on every aspect of the music industry but mostly focuses on practical mixing and producing advice. No matter if you are a beginner or a dance music veteran. This book is a must have to keep right beside you in the studio. 156 tips that will provide you with new insights. It reminds you of things that might be forgotten and inspires you to be as creative as can be. The ultimate dance producer handbook

Much Ado about Almost Nothing

Author: Hans Camenzind
Publisher: Hans Camenzind
ISBN: 9780615139951
Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
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In this history of electricity and electronics, Camenzind chronicles how the puny electron at first bothered mankind, then gradually became useful and now dominates mankinds lives. (Technology & Industrial Arts)