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Music Theory Essentials

Learn How to Write Chords, Understand Keys & More in This Music Theory Primer

By Tomas George | in Online Courses

In this Music Theory Essentials class, you'll learn how to understand keys and write chords, major and minor scales, and the 7 different modes. The examples shown are in Logic Pro X, but the music theory taught is applicable in all Digital Audio Workstations. In just three hours you'll emerge from this class with a solid understanding of music theory.

  • Access 31 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Dive into major scales, triads & inversions
  • Explore major & minor triads
  • Learn how to change key

Instructor

Tomas George is a Best Selling Udemy Instructor and has been producing music for over a decade and also has a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA(Hons) Degree in Music Composition.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

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Course Outline

  • Scales, Chords and Modes
    • Scales Introduction - 3:08
    • Working out a Major Scale - 6:45
    • Working out a Major Key from a Melody - 5:51
    • Major Keys and Scales - 1:54
    • Major Scale on a Score - 2:56
    • Triads - 3:37
    • Inversions - 3:21
    • Working out the Chords in a Major Scale - 9:26
    • Extended Chords - 6:34
    • Different Ways to Write out Chords - 4:11
    • Working out Major and Minor Triads - 7:01
    • Diminished and Augmented Triads - 5:22
    • 7th Chords - 12:16
    • Suspended Chords - 6:02
    • Circle of 5ths - 12:48
    • How to Change Key - 14:54
    • Natural Minor Scale - 11:21
    • Chords in the Minor Scale - 5:59
    • Harmonic Minor Scale - 7:15
    • Melodic Minor Scale - 11:12
    • Modes - 3:54
    • 1 - Ionian - 0:47
    • 2 - Dorian - 3:14
    • 3 - Phrygian - 3:14
    • 4 - Lydian - 1:21
    • 5 - Mixolydian - 2:21
    • 6 - Aeolian - 1:03
    • 7 - Locrian - 3:56
  • Song Analysis
    • Section introduction - 0:17
    • Song Analysis 1 - Capsize - 15:25
    • Song Analysis 2 - Floating - 18:07

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Learn To Read & Write Music in 2 Hours

Learn the Basics of Reading Music, Using the Staff, Rhythms & More

By Joe Parys | in Online Courses

Take the leap and learn how to read and write music with this beginner-friendly course! In this course, you will learn and have a full understanding of the staff and how it works in relation to the musical score. You'll learn about all of the notes, bars, and melodies, and you'll even discuss how to notate chords. Once you have an understanding of rhythm and notation, you'll move onto more advanced topics like: key signatures and key changes with multiple examples of what they will look like, and then hear them being played.

  • Access 38 lectures & 2 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore the basics of reading music
  • Understand what the Staff is, all of the notes on the staff & more
  • Explore more advanced topics like time signatures, dotted notes, triplets & more
  • Learn alternate note names, various repeat techniques, Dynamics & more

Instructor

Joe Parys is a certified life coach, professional motivational speaker, entrepreneur, licensed psychology teacher and head basketball coach for USA Basketball. His main areas of expertise are teaching, coaching, public speaking, personal development, personal transformation, the human mind, maximizing human potential, motivation and goal setting.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1: Welcome! Learn How This Course Will Help You Learn How To Read & Master Music
    • Course Introduction & Course Benefits - How We Will Help You Learn To Read Music - 1:13
    • What You Will Learn From Taking This Course - 1:33
    • How To Use This Course To Gain The Maximum Form Our Teachings - 1:43
  • Section 2: The Basics of Reading Music
    • The Staff - 3:24
    • The Treble Clef - 2:00
    • The Treble Clef - Line Notes - 2:30
    • The Treble Clef - Space Notes - 2:04
    • The Bass Clef - 3:06
    • The Bass Clef - Line Notes - 2:28
    • The Bass Clef - Space Notes - 2:59
    • Ledger Lines - 3:22
    • Chords - 2:39
  • Section 3: Rhythm Pt 1 - The Basics
    • Bars - 3:58
    • Whole Notes - 3:47
    • Half Notes - 5:15
    • Whole and Half Note Melodies - 4:00
    • Quarter Notes - 4:16
    • Whole, Half and Quarter Note Melodies - 4:53
    • 8th Notes - 4:13
    • Whole, Half, Quarter and 8th Note Melodies - 4:31
    • 16th Notes - 3:55
    • Whole, Half, Quarter, 8th and 16th Note Melodies - 4:41
  • Section 4: Rhythm Pt 2 - Advanced
    • Time Signature - 9:14
    • Ties - 3:00
    • Dotted Notes - 3:25
    • Slurs - 2:00
    • Rests - 4:24
    • Triplets - 3:00
  • Section 5: Key Signature
    • Sharps and Flats - 2:38
    • Key Signature - 4:18
    • Key Changes - 2:21
  • Section 6: Advanced Notation
    • Alternate Note Names - 1:37
    • Repeats - 5:21
    • DC al Fine - 2:43
    • DS al Coda - 2:50
    • Dynamics - 4:42
  • Section 7: Course Summary and Conclusion! What Have We Learned In This Course?
    • Course Recap & Summary - What We Learned Throughout This Entire Course! - 2:02
    • Course Conclusion and Final Exam - Special Bonus in Our Next Lecture! - 1:26

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Pianoforall: Learn To Play Piano

Learn Piano in Weeks, Not Years with This Revolutionary Learning System

By Robin Hall | in Online Courses

Pianoforall is far different from the music lessons you took as a kid. Designed to take you from beginner to intermediate levels right away, this training starts your music education off with popular rhythm style piano, similar to Billy Joel, Norah Jones, and the like, meaning you get to sound like a pro right from the start! From there, you'll expand step-by-step into ballad-style, blues, jazz, ragtime, and improvisation and eventually move on to creating your own melodies.

More than 160,000 students enrolled!

  • Access 204 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Start by playing popular rhythm-style piano
  • Expand your understanding w/ step-by-step instruction for ballads, blues, jazz & other styles
  • Learn how to read music & play by ear
  • Take your education further w/ 9 eBooks
  • Dive into chords, inversions & more music concepts

Instructor

Pianoforall is one of the most popular piano courses online and has now taught more than 160,000 students worldwide since 2006. Robin Hall's goal in life is to share his passions and to make whatever seems complicated easy! He believes we all have a great capacity for learning—if we are taught in the right way!

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Party Time - Play-By-Ear - Rhythm Style Piano
    • HOW TO DOWNLOAD THE PDFs
    • Section1-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Getting to know the Keyboard - Introduction to Chords - 8:36
    • Lesson 2 - Rhythm 1 ‘Left Note/Right Chord’ - 0:36
    • Lesson 3 - Seeing music as shapes and patterns - 2:35
    • Lesson 4 - Basic Musical Notation - 6:03
    • Lesson 5 - The C Family Chords - 3:41
    • Lesson 6.1 - Rhythm 2 - ‘Straight Beat Gospel Style’ - 0:53
    • Lesson 6.2 (Practice Progression) - 1:43
    • Lesson 7.1 - Rhythm 3 - ‘Oom Pah’ - 2:51
    • Lesson 7.2 (Practice progressions) - 5:00
    • Lesson 8 - The Amazing Broken Chord Ballad - 3:16
    • Lesson 9.1 - More Chords: D, E A and B flat (with practice progressions) - 6:29
    • Lesson 9.2 (Practice Progressions) - 2:54
    • Lesson 10 - Seventh Heaven - 8:18
    • Lesson 11.1 - Rhythm 4 - ’Split Chord’ - 1:27
    • Lesson 11.2 (Practice progressions) - 2:05
    • Lesson 12.1 - Rhythm 5 - ‘Half Beat Bounce’ - 3:40
    • Lesson 12.2 (Practice progressions) - 4:25
    • Lesson 13.1 - Rhythm 6 - ’Twist’ - 3:34
    • Lesson 13.2 (Practice progressions) - 2:16
    • Lesson 14.1 - ’Slash’ chords & Bass Runs - 2:05
    • Lesson 14.2 (practice progressions) - 3:56
    • Lesson 15.1 - Rhythm 7 - ‘Three Beat Bounce’ - 1:51
    • Lesson 15.2 (practice progressions) - 1:50
    • Lesson 16 - Rhythm 8 - ’12/8 Country Shuffle’ - 3:18
    • Lesson 17.1 - Rhythm 9 - ‘Bossa Nova Bounce’ - 2:29
    • Lesson 17.2 (practice progressions) - 2:01
    • Lesson 18.1 - Rhythm 10 - ‘Twist 2’ - 3:06
    • Lesson 18.2 (practice progressions) - 1:54
  • Basic Blues & Rock ’n’ Roll
    • Section2-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Rhythm 1 - Basic Triad Blues - 2:23
    • Lesson 2 - Rhythm 2 - ‘Straight Eight Boogie’ - 4:05
    • Lesson 3 - Rhythm 3 - ‘Blueberry Hill’ - 3:38
    • Lesson 4 - Rhythm 4 - ’12/8 Boogie Shuffle’ - 2:58
    • Lesson 5 - Rhythm 5 - ‘Blues Brothers’ - 1:21
  • Chord Magic & Inversions
    • Section3-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Memory Trick for all Chords - 6:22
    • Lesson 2.1 - Inversions made easy - 7:36
    • Lesson 2.2 - Inversions - Practice Progressions - 3:37
    • Lesson 3.1 - New Chords - Cm, Fm, Gm, Db, Eb, Ab - 2:50
    • Lesson 3.2 - New Chords - Practice Progressions - 2:52
    • Lesson 4 - New Chords - Bb, Bbm, B, Bm - 2:49
    • Lesson 5 - The all black chord F# and it’s minor F#m - 2:01
    • Lesson 6 - Last three Chords - Dbm, Ebm, Abm
    • Lesson 7 - A great way to practice all your chords - 8:01
  • Advanced Chords Made Easy
    • Section4-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1.1 - Bluff your way - ‘9’, ’11’, and ‘sus4’ chords - 7:46
    • Lesson 1.2 - Practice Progressions - 2:21
    • Lesson 2 - Manilow Mood - 2:51
    • Lesson 3.1 - Diminished Chords made easy - 6:35
    • Lesson 3.2 - Practice Progressions - 2:41
    • Lesson 4 - Right hand ‘Cluster Chords’ - 5:36
    • Lesson 5.1 - Practice Progressions #1 - 1:48
    • Lesson 5.2 - Practice Progressions #2 - 2:11
    • Lesson 5.3 - Practice Progressions #3 - 2:11
    • Lesson 5.4 - Practice Progressions #4 - 2:39
    • Lesson 5.5 - Practice Progressions #5 - 2:04
    • Lesson 6 - Beatles Style Piano - 3:15
  • Ballad Style & Improvisation
    • Section5-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Developing a basic Ballad Style - 5:44
    • Lesson 2 - Using the magical Penatonic Scale - 2:59
    • Lesson 3 - Basic Ballad Style - A structured approach - 2:12
    • Lesson 4 - Adding right hand notes - 3:16
    • Lesson 5 - Improvising Ballad Style - 2:56
    • Lesson 6 - Expanding the range of notes - 3:59
    • Lesson 7.1 - Moving beyond ‘safe’ notes #1 - 2:27
    • Lesson 7.2 - Moving beyond ‘safe’ notes #2 - 3:13
    • Lesson 8 - Mixing it all together - 1:23
    • Lesson 9.1 - Practice progression in A minor - 3:03
    • Lesson 9.2 - Improvisation - 1:55
    • Lesson 10 - Practice progression in the style of ‘Walking in the air’ - 1:20
    • Lesson 11.1 - Practice progression in D minor - 2:24
    • Lesson 11.2 - Improvisation - 3:20
    • Lesson 12.1 - Applying Ballad Style to melodies in 3 easy steps - 4:43
    • Lesson 12.2 - Putting it all together - 2:24
    • Lesson 13 - Scarborough Fair - 1:29
    • Lesson 14 - Ding Dong Merrily On High - 1:35
    • Lesson 15 - Jock Stewart - 1:45
    • Lesson 16 - Chim Chiminesque - 3:25
    • Lesson 17 - The Parting Glass (Beautiful Irish tune) - 2:30
    • Lesson 18 - It’s a Soulful Way to Tipperary - 4:41
    • Lesson 19 - Oh Danny Boy - 3:00
    • Lesson 20 - Practice Christmas songs
    • Lesson 21 - Extending the left hand - 2:58
    • Lesson 22 - ’10ths’ Ballad Style - 2:03
    • Lesson 23 - A cycle of fifths exercise - 2:43
    • Lesson 24 - Stride style variation - 3:14
    • Lesson 25.1 - Greensleaves - extra left hand notes #1 - 2:15
    • Lesson 25.2 - Greensleaves - extra left hand notes #2 - 0:35
    • Lesson 26 - A jazzy left hand minor pattern - 4:18
  • Jazz Piano Made Easy
    • Section6-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Ceasy Blues - 3:33
    • Lesson 2 - The magic Blues Scale - 2:59
    • Lesson 3 - ‘Do it yourself’ Blues - 2:54
    • Lesson 4 - Ceasy Blues Riffs - 5:02
    • Lesson 5.1 - Thelonious Monk Blues #1 - 4:03
    • Lesson 5.2 - Thelonious Monk Blues #2 - 1:52
    • Lesson 6 - Standards and Show Tunes made easy - 3:50
    • Lesson 7 - Voicings for Show Tunes - 3:56
    • Lesson 8.1 - Frere Jacque Jazz - chords - 1:10
    • Lesson 8.2 - Frere Jacque Jazz - ’Snap Hold’ rhythm - 1:21
    • Lesson 8.3 - Frere Jacque Jazz - Improvising melody part 1 - 3:05
    • Lesson 8.4 - Frere Jacque Jazz - Improvising melody part 2 - 1:34
    • Lesson 9 - 4 note Jazz Chord Inversions - 7:19
    • Lesson 10 - Right hand patterns - part 1 - 4:42
    • Lesson 11 - Right hand patterns - part 2 - 3:28
    • Lesson 12 - Right hand patterns - part 3 - 3:32
    • Lesson 13 - Jingle Bells Jazz - 2:01
    • Lesson 14 - Fly Me To The Moon style progression - 1:59
    • Lesson 15 - Blue Moon style progression - 2:51
    • Lesson 16 - D Minor ‘Cool’ Jazz - 3:37
    • Lesson 17 - D Minor Jazz - Right hand groove #1 - 3:28
    • Lesson 18 - D Minor Jazz - Right hand groove #2 - 6:31
    • Lesson 19 - D Minor - Chordal Improvisation - 4:29
    • Lesson 20 - ‘God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen’ Jazz - 1:07
    • Lesson 21 - Two handed comping - 3:09
    • Lesson 22 - Two handed comping - Latin Twist - 2:47
    • Lesson 23 - D Minor Jazz Stride - 3:16
    • Lesson 24 - Modern Voicings - Quartal Harmony - 4:22
    • Lesson 25 - Chordal Fragments - Bill Evans Style - 5:05
    • Lesson 26 - Bill Evans style - ‘Peace Piece’ - 4:26
    • Lesson 27 - Descending Bass-line - Funny Valentine - 2:30
    • Lesson 28 - Four Note Flourish (7ths) - 1:43
    • Lesson 29 - Four Note Flourish (9ths) - 4:03
    • Lesson 30.1 - Stridin’ along in C Major 9 - 3:52
    • Lesson 30.1 - Stridin’ along in C Major 9 (improvisation) - 2:42
    • Lesson 31 - Jazzin’ the Blues in G - 6:30
    • Lesson 32 - Trad Jazz / Blues in F - 6:15
    • Lesson 33 - Cool progressions - ‘Aint Misbehaving’ - 3:30
    • Lesson 34 - Cool progressions - 12 Bar Blues in Cm - 4:06
    • Lesson 35 - Cool progressions - 12 Bar Blues in G - 1:41
    • Lesson 36 - Practicing Seventh Chords method 1 - 5:33
    • Lesson 37 - Practicing Seventh Chords method 2 - 3:17
    • Lesson 38 - Practicing Seventh Chords method 3 - 5:27
  • Advanced Blues, Fake Stride & The Entertainer
    • Section7-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Instant Transposing Tool
    • Lesson 2 - Extending the right hand chords - 3:49
    • Lesson 3 - Double Shuffle - 1:54
    • Lesson 4 - Triplets Shuffle - 1:06
    • Lesson 5 - Triplets & Double Shuffle Mix - 1:04
    • Lesson 6 - The popular I-IV riff - 3:11
    • Lesson 7 - I-IV Shuffle Blues - 0:58
    • Lesson 8 - I-IV Slide - 1:26
    • Lesson 9 - Cool right hand chords - 2:47
    • Lesson 10 - Putting it all together - 3:11
    • Lesson 11 - Experiment with various riffs - 3:13
    • Lesson 12 - Pick Up’s, Slide’s and Tremelo’s - 1:11
    • Lesson 13 - Slide Shuffle - 0:55
    • Lesson 14 - Straight Eight Boogie - 0:45
    • Lesson 15 - Using the Octaves - 1:03
    • Lesson 16 - Turnarounds - 2:25
    • Lesson 17.1 - Advanced Blues in the key of G #1 - 3:28
    • Lesson 17.2 - Advanced Blues in the key of G #2 - 1:43
    • Lesson 18 - Fake Stride & The Entertainer - 2:45
    • Lesson 19 - Ragtime Riff - 2:04
    • Lesson 20 - The Entertainer - 3 bar classic opening - 1:38
    • Lesson 21.1 - The Entertainer page 1 #1 - 2:33
    • Lesson 21.2 - The Entertainer page 1 #2 - 2:36
    • Lesson 22.1 - The Entertainer page 2 #1 - 3:28
    • Lesson 22.2 - The Entertainer page 2 #2 - 0:55
  • Taming The Classics
    • Section8-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Reviewing the basics
    • Lesson 2 - Fur Elise - 2:07
    • Lesson 3 - Bach Prelude (Ave Maria) - 5:42
    • Lesson 4 - Chopin - Waltz in A minor - 2:32
    • Lesson 5 - Jean Philippe Rameau - Rondino - 2:50
    • Lesson 6 - J. S. Bach Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring - 2:49
    • Lesson 7 - Bach - Air on a G String - 2:27
    • Lesson 8 - Bach - Minuet in G - 1:29
    • Lesson 9 - Verdi - La Donna e Mobile (Rigoletto) - 2:17
    • Lesson 10 - Strauss - The Blue Danube - 2:45
    • Lesson 11 - Brahms - Hungarian Dance - 3:03
    • Lesson 12 - J. S. Bach - Menuet in Bb - 2:30
    • Lesson 13.1 - Erik Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1 #1 - 4:55
    • Lesson 13.2 - Erik Satie - Gymnopedie No. 1 #2 - 2:13
    • Lesson 14 - Mozart - Theme Sonata in C - 3:17
    • Lesson 15 - Bach - Minuet (in G) - 1:34
    • Lesson 16 - Bach - Prelude in C minor - 1:18
    • Lesson 17 - Bach Prelude, Beethoven - Moonlight Sonata
    • Lesson 18 - Chopin - Mazurka in F Major - 2:56
    • Lesson 19 - Chopin - Prelude - Polish Dance - 3:14
    • Lesson 20 - Chopin Op.28, No.4 in E minor - 2:27
    • Lesson 21 - Scott Joplin - The Entertainer
    • Lesson 22 - Chopin Prelude in Cm Op. 28 No. 20 - 2:59
  • Speed Learning
    • Section9-Complete-PDF
    • Lesson 1 - Memory tricks for Major scales (sharp keys) - 7:36
    • Lesson 2 - Memory tricks for Major scales (flats keys) - 6:56
    • Lesson 3 - Natural Minor Scales - 4:29
    • Lesson 4 - Minor Seven Scales - 5:51
    • Lesson 5 - Diminished, Whole Tone. Chromatic Scales - 6:55
    • Lesson 6 - Arpeggios - 3:01
    • Lesson 7 - Arpeggios (minor and diminished) - 2:31
    • Lesson 8 - A word about fingering
    • Lesson 9 - C major basic triad workout part 1 - 3:09
    • Lesson 10 - C major basic triad workout part 2 - 4:29
    • Lesson 11 - 7th Chords workout No. 1 - 1:57
    • Lesson 12 - 7th Chords workout No. 2 - 2:00
    • Lesson 13 - 7th Chords cycle of fifths workout - 3:45
    • Lesson 14 - Melodic Patterns 1 - 3:35
    • Lesson 15 - Melodic Patterns 2 - 3:26
    • Lesson 16 - Blues practice workout - 3:58
    • Lesson 17 - Minor Blues workout - 5:19
    • Lesson 18 - Trad Jazz workout - 3:01

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Songwriting 101 & Music Production

Learn the Essentials of Songwriting, Music Composition, Lyrics, Music Production in Different Genres Today

By Tomas George | in Online Courses

In this course, you'll come to grips with the essential songwriting and music production techniques and tips used by songwriters today. The software used in this course is Logic Pro X, but the skills and techniques you'll learn are applicable for any Digital Audio Workstation. From chords and harmonies to lyrics and melodies, You’ll learn all the tools and techniques for songwriting and music production to write amazing sounding songs!

  • Access 64 lectures & 6 hours of content 24/7
  • Explore writing vocal melodies, chords, harmonies, & lyrics
  • Dive into arrangement, structure & more concepts
  • Learn how to write songs for pop, rock, country & EDM
  • Discover how to produce & mix music

Instructor

Peter Darling is a Songwriting lecturer and has been professionally writing songs for over a decade and also has a MA Masters Degree in Music Composition and a BA(Hons) Degree in Popular Music.

Tomas George is a Best Selling Udemy Instructor and has been producing music for over a decade and also has a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA(Hons) Degree in Music Composition.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • Introduction and What You're Going to Learn - 0:41
  • Songwriting Overview
    • Melody Introduction - 1:44
    • Melody - 16:50
    • Harmony Introduction - 0:58
    • Harmony - 14:28
    • Arrangement Introduction - 0:57
    • Arrangement - 6:44
    • Structure Introduction - 0:48
    • Structure - 8:33
    • Lyrics Introduction - 0:45
    • Lyrics - 6-Main Points - 8:05
    • Songwriting Overview Conclusion - 0:17
  • How to Start Writing a Song
    • How to Start - Introduction - 0:52
    • How to Start - Harmony - 9:22
    • How to Start - Melody - 12:48
    • How to Start - Lyrics - 4:28
    • How to Start - Rhythm - 6:09
    • How to Start - Conclusion - 6:10
  • Pop Song Analysis
    • Writing Songs in Different Genres Introduction - 2:39
    • Pop Song - Harmony and Melody - 13:01
    • Pop Song - Lyrics - 8:27
    • Pop Song - Structure - 4:25
    • Pop Song - Arrangement - 12:43
  • Rock Song Analysis
    • Rock Song - Melody - 7:52
    • Rock Song - Lyrics - 3:34
    • Rock Song - Harmony - 4:31
    • Rock Song - Structure - 4:46
    • Rock Song - Arrangement - 4:50
  • Country Song Analysis
    • Country Song - Melody - 6:19
    • Country Song - Lyrics - 3:41
    • Country Song - Harmony - 3:26
    • Country Song - Structure - 2:38
    • Country Song - Arrangement - 10:42
  • EDM Song Analysis
    • EDM Song - Melody - 3:44
    • EDM Song - Lyrics - 4:11
    • EDM Song - Harmony - 3:20
    • EDM Song - Structure - 2:18
    • EDM Song - Arrangement - 6:30
  • Producing the Tracks
    • Introduction to the Production Section - 0:38
    • EDM Song - Production Overview - 15:04
    • EDM Song - Groups and Sidechain Compression - 5:38
    • EDM Song - Sound Design and Synthesis - 4:56
    • EDM Song - Production Summery - 1:16
    • Country Song - Production Overview - 8:29
    • County Song - Grouping Instruments - 4:11
    • Country Song - Vocal Plugins and Effects - 4:49
    • Rock Song - Production Overview - 9:58
    • Pop Song - Production Overview - 10:16
    • Pop Song - Vocal Tuning - 6:05
  • EQ and Compression 101
    • EQ 101 - 7:35
    • Compression 101 - 9:02
  • Writing a Song in the Style of a Famous Track
    • Introduction and What You're Going to Learn in this Section - 0:41
    • Let's hear the Song - 1:23
    • Harmony - 2:33
    • Melody - 5:51
    • Lyrics - 3:11
    • Structure - 2:05
    • Arrangement - 8:50
    • Outro for this Section - 1:00
  • Producing and Re-Arranging this Song into a Different Sounding Track
    • Production Overview - Part 1 - 8:56
    • Production Overview - Part 2 - 13:59
    • Drum Samples - 5:47
    • Mixing Tips - Part 1 - 6:42
    • Mixing Tips - Part 2 - 6:22

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Music Production in Ableton Live 10

Learn Music Production in Ableton Live 10 & Dive into Creating, Recording + Editing Your Own Music

By Tomas George | in Online Courses

This course is all about Ableton Live 10, which is a software for music sequencing and is a digital audio workstation for OS X and Windows. Ableton Live is used across professional studios, bedroom studios and also as a performance tool for live performance. Learning how to use your DAW correctly will dramatically improve the quality of your music and the speed you create it. In this course, you will gain a deep understanding of Ableton Live 10 and the tools and techniques that go into creating, recording and editing your own music.

  • Access 102 lectures & 10 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand the basics of Ableton Live 10
  • Dive into recording & editing MIDI and audio
  • Explore creating your own beats

Instructor

Tomas George is a UK music producer, sound engineer, composer and entrepreneur. He has been producing and writing music now for over ten years, and he has a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA (Hons) Degree in Music Composition.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required
  • Note: This course is for Ableton Live Suite 10 and above. Some of the features discussed in this course will only be available for Ableton Live Suite 10 and above.

Course Outline

  • Introduction and Getting Started
    • Introduction - 1:27
    • Main Overview - 7:57
    • Making a Groove in the Session View - 12:13
    • Editing in the Arrangement View - 6:08
    • Making a Track in the Session View - 19:21
    • MIDI Editor - 5:32
    • Recording Audio - 4:25
    • Warping Audio - 6:38
  • Setting Up
    • Main Preferences - 6:12
    • Downloading Packs - 4:25
    • Session View - 15:30
    • Control Bar - 1:44
    • Browser - 9:29
  • Song Analysis
    • Song 1 - Chord Progressions - 6:52
    • Song 1 - Melodies - 5:04
    • Song 2 - Drum Beats - 4:53
    • Song 3 - Unusual Chords - 4:43
  • New Features for Live 10
    • Wavetable Synth - Part 1 - 9:23
    • Wavetable Synth - Part 2 - 8:50
    • Capture - 4:18
    • Echo - 17:41
    • Drum Bus - 7:08
    • Pedal - 3:26
    • Split Stereo Pan Mode - 1:56
    • Multi-clip Editing - 3:31
  • Tension Instrument
    • Tension Instrument - Part 1 - 7:48
    • Tension Instrument - Part 2 - 8:54
    • Tension Instrument - Part 3 - 5:07
    • Tension Instrument - Part 4 - 9:54
  • Racks
    • Drum Rack Overview - 7:05
    • Drum Rack - Organisation - 4:52
    • Drum Rack - Tabs - 1:43
    • Drum Rack - Sends and Returns - 2:46
    • Drum Rack - Creating a Beat - 2:36
    • Drum Rack - Sample Layering - 5:13
    • Drum Rack - Macros - 5:18
    • Drum Rack - Choke - 2:57
    • Drum Rack - Quantization - 3:06
    • Instrument Rack - 8:09
    • MIDI Effects Rack - 5:46
  • Simpler and Sampler
    • Simpler - Sampler Overview - 3:37
    • Simpler - Classic Mode - 12:20
    • Simpler - 1-Shot - 4:02
    • Simpler - Slice - 4:04
    • Simpler - Right Click - 2:09
    • Simpler - Controls - 7:50
    • Sampler - Part 1 - 10:51
    • Sampler - Part 2 - 9:56
    • Sampler - Part 3 - 8:00
    • Sampler - Part 4 - 6:11
    • Sampler - Part 5 - 2:57
    • Sampler - Part 6 - 7:03
  • More Instruments
    • Operator Synth - 9:19
    • Electric - 9:36
    • External Instrument - 9:51
    • Impulse - 10:12
    • Impulse Multi-Output - 6:26
  • Audio Effects
    • Amp - 3:27
    • Auto Filter - 4:47
    • Auto Pan - 3:13
    • Beat Repeat - 12:41
    • Cabinet - 4:01
    • Chorus - 6:32
    • Compressor - 8:20
    • Sidechain Compression - 3:55
    • Corpus - 6:39
    • Dynamic Tube - 2:31
    • EQ Eight - 10:26
    • EQ Three - 1:59
    • Erosion - 2:42
    • External Audio Effect - 6:39
    • Filter Delay - 5:55
    • Flanger - 4:49
    • Frequency Shifter - 3:34
    • Gate - 7:52
    • Glue Compressor - 6:06
    • Grain Delay - 8:07
    • Limiter - 6:01
    • Looper - 6:02
    • Overdrive - 3:14
    • Phaser - 3:31
    • Ping Pong Delay - 4:23
    • Redux - 2:47
    • Resonators - 7:16
    • Reverb - 13:50
    • Saturator - 5:31
    • Simple Delay - 5:58
    • Utility - 3:15
    • Vocoder - Part 1 - 12:15
    • Vocoder - Part 2 - 2:11
  • MIDI Effects
    • Arpeggiator - 10:53
    • Chord - 1:40
    • Scale - 2:03
    • Chord, Scale and Arpeggiator - 3:31
    • Length - 5:11
    • Pitch - 3:43
    • Velocity - 8:32
  • More Features
    • Quantize MIDI - 4:44
    • Quantize with Grooves - 6:31
    • MIDI Mapping - 4:10
    • Max Introduction - 3:29
    • Export Settings - 3:34

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Audio Production Course

Learn How to Record, Mix & Edit Professional Audio for Video Production, Podcasting, Music & More

By Tomas George | in Online Courses

This audio production class is a fast and effective way to improve your audio. You'll start by learning all of the equipment you need, like microphones, windscreens, and audio interfaces. From there, you'll explore the importance of recording audio with headphones and learn about travel and location recording, including the recommended equipment. Then, a major part of this course is audio editing and mixing. From reducing background noise to enhancing someone's voice, you'll explore just what's possible with your audio.

  • Access 33 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Understand the equipment needed to record great audio on any budget
  • Know how to use microphones, audio interfaces & accessories
  • Learn how to edit audio in a free application called Pro Tools First
  • Mix audio to make it sound professional with effects like gain, noise gate, de-essing, EQ, compression, limiting & more

Instructor

Tomas George is a UK music producer, sound engineer, composer and entrepreneur. He has been producing and writing music now for over ten years, and he has a MMus Masters Degree in Music Production and a BA (Hons) Degree in Music Composition.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

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  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Audio Recording Gear
    • My Recommended Budget Audio Recording Setup - 3:58
    • Microphones for Video and Filmmakers - 4:34
    • Different Microphones and their uses - 11:08
    • Microphone Accessories - 4:41
    • Boom Operating Tips - 3:21
    • Microphone Accessories to Reduce Wind Noise - 1:58
    • Audio Interfaces and Examples - 6:05
  • Audio Monitoring Gear
    • Headphones and Monitors - 1:46
  • Audio Recording Environments
    • Room Treatment Tips - 6:16
    • Room Treatment Example - 2:56
  • Location Recording and Travel Recording
    • My Recommended Audio Travel Gear - 6:13
  • Mixing Audio Basics
    • Do you really need to mix your audio? - 1:46
    • Which Audio Editing Software Should you use? - 2:15
  • Pro Tools First - Free Professional Audio Editing
    • How to Install Pro Tools First - 5:13
    • Recording Audio Setup and Getting Started in Pro Tolls First - 6:46
    • Recording Audio with the Built in Mac Microphone - MAC ONLY - 3:06
  • How to Edit Audio in Pro Tools First
    • Importing and Editing Audio - 14:12
  • How to Mix Audio in Pro Tools First
    • Introduction to the Plugins and the Plugin Chain - 6:02
    • Gain - 6:45
    • Noise Gate - Part 1: Threshold - 4:52
    • Noise Gate - Part 2 - 6:58
    • Noise Gate - Part 3 - 7:53
    • EQ - Part 1: Corrective EQ - 7:15
    • EQ - Part 2: Creative EQ - 6:28
    • De-Esser - 9:17
    • Compression - Part 1: Basic Settings - 7:31
    • Compression - Part 2 - 5:26
    • Compression - Part 3 - 5:37
    • Compression - Part 4: Advanced Settings - 5:28
    • Loudness and Limiting - 11:08
    • Automation and Master Fader - 5:57
    • Exporting/Bouncing - 4:34
  • Outboard Gear for Mixing Audio
    • Outboard Gear - The DBX 286s - 5:26

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Vocal Warmups

Develop a Smart & Effective Vocal Warmup System

By Robert Lunte | in Online Courses

Founder and producer of The Vocalist Studio and The Vocalist Studio Method, Maestro Robert Lunte, has produced the most in depth vocal warm up course ever! This course not only shows you what to do, but it also tells students which warm ups should be used to fix different vocal challenges. With very clear, step by step instructions and video demonstrations of how to train your singing voice, Vocal Warmups: Your Complete Vocal Warm Up Program is for any student that needs a quick-access and effective vocal warm up system.

  • Access 32 lectures & 3 hours of content 24/7
  • Access a 119 page eBook inside the course
  • Utilize training workflow diagrams that give you a visual step by step guide on how to do the warm ups
  • Watch 23 HD videos of Robert Lunte demonstrating all the vocal workouts
  • Learn from vocal workouts that offer both slow & fast versions and male and female versions
  • Use guide files that allow you to train over a pre-recorded MIDI track
  • Learn the 4 most popular vocal warm ups used in the voice training industry.
  • Access a unique, quick access, external training page for the required workout files for training

Instructor

Robert Lunte is the owner and founder of The Vocalist Studio (TVS).

TVS is an Internationally recognized voice training school for singing vocal techniques, public speaking, teacher training, accent coaching and vocal related events. Robert is also the author and producer of the vocal instruction training online course and book, “The Four Pillars of Singing”.

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  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1: Thing You Need To Know
    • Lecture 1: Quick Start Video & Useful Links - 1:33
    • Lecture 2: Links & Passwords and FREE eBook
  • Section 2: Establish a Foundation
    • Lecture 4: Voice problems These Warm Ups Will Fix - 5:27
    • Lecture 5: What Warm Ups Do For The Voice - 6:10
    • Lecture 6: The Different Classifications of Vocal Warm Ups - 7:42
    • Lecture 7: Practice Time Expectations - 1:09
  • Section 3: Cry Vocal Mode
    • Lecture 8: The Importance of Cry Mode - 7:58
    • Lecture 9: Training to Develop Cry Vocal Mode - 9:33
    • Lecture 10: Training to Develop Cry Vocal Mode - Part 2 - 2:39
  • Section 4: Your Primary Warm Up Routines
    • Lecture 11: What Are Semi-Occluded Phonations? - 4:38
    • Lecture 12: The MOST Important Warm Up - 7:45
    • Lecture 13: Track & Track Demonstration - 7:35
    • Lecture 13: Track & Release Demonstration - 8:12
  • Section 5: Other Kinds of Popular Warm Ups
    • Lecture 14: Lip Trills - 5:56
    • Lecture 15: Tongue Trills - 1:16
    • Lecture 16: Using a Straw - 3:35
  • Section 6: Onsets
    • Lecture 17: Track & Release Onset - 17:46
    • Lecture 18: Track & Release Workout - 9:09
  • Section 7: Sirens
    • Lecture 18: Lift Up - Pull Back Introduction - 11:42
    • Lecture 19: Lift Up - Pull Back Demonstration - 9:16
  • Section 8: Breathing Workouts
    • Lecture 20: Breathing Workouts - Part 1 - 10:43
    • Lecture 21: Breathing Workouts - Part 2 - 13:28
  • Section 9: Extra Value!
    • Lecture 26: LIVE FACEBOOK Q&A FOR ALL STUDENTS EVERY WEEK! - 0:50
    • Lecture 22: Ingo Titze Demonstrates The Straw Warm Up - 4:36
    • Lecture 23: Myth Busitng - Is Coffee Good or Bad For Singing? - 5:35
    • Lecture 24: Voice Workouts Explained - The "Nay Nay Nay" Exercise, Why? - 9:18
    • Lecture 25: Working All Day on a Saturday - 0:37
  • Section 11: View Testimonials From Students
    • Lecture 27: Evelyn Learns Technique that Helps Her Dual Piano Gig! - 3:08
    • Lecture 28: Priscila de Costa FINALLY Finds a Teacher - 3:37
    • Lecture 29: Pat Learns Techniques for Her Jazz Singing! - 3:11
    • Lecture 30: Steve Toured with KISS - 6:41

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Extreme Singing

Learn Correct Vocal Distortion, Rasp, Grit, Screaming & More Without Grinding or Hurting Your Throat

By Robert Lunte | in Online Courses

Robert Lunte and Draven Grey have produced an intensive vocal distortion training system that not only shows you what to do, but explains why and how with scientific and practical application. With very clear, step-by-step instructions and video demonstrations of how to develop vocal distortion of all types, Extreme Singing: Grit & Screaming is for any student that is prepared to train and practice with the expectation of gaining lasting, life changing progress with vocal distortion, without hurting your throat in the process.

  • Access 80 lectures & 4 hours of content 24/7
  • Watch over 70 HD videos of Draven Grey & Robert Lunte explaining and demonstrating all types of vocal distortion
  • Learn from 4 hours of step-by-step instructions & detailed routines that teach you exactly what to do and how to do it
  • Discover how to train specific vocal distortion styles using vocal modes, vowel modifications, coordination and tuning techniques & more

Instructor

Robert Lunte is the owner and founder of The Vocalist Studio (TVS).

TVS is an Internationally recognized voice training school for singing vocal techniques, public speaking, teacher training, accent coaching and vocal related events. Robert is also the author and producer of the vocal instruction training online course and book, “The Four Pillars of Singing”.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Introduction
    • START HERE: Quick Start Guide
    • What to Expect - 2:04
    • Who Am I and Why Did I Create This Course? - 5:28
    • Who is the Supporting Instructor, Robert Lunte? - 4:19
    • Don't Forget Your Training Content! - 1:22
    • Links & Passwords
    • What Vocal Distortion Is and What It's Not - 3:44
    • Another View: Robert Lunte on What Distortion Is and Isn't - 9:29
    • Some Advice, Disclaimers, and Warnings - 3:37
    • Screaming Horror Stories - 2:04
  • Foundations of Great Distortion
    • Developing the Building Blocks - 2:35
    • Crying Makes It easier - 9:12
    • Another View: Robert on Crying - 8:22
    • Warmup Part 1: Bridging - 5:25
    • Warmup Part 2: Stretching - 5:50
    • VowelAnchoring and Shaping Your Sound - 5:34
    • Vowel Anchoring Exercises - 4:26
    • Exercise: Vowel Anchoring with MahNahLah - 4:50
    • Exercise: Vowel Anchoring with PahTahGah - 4:16
    • From Vowels to Great Compression - 3:32
    • /ee/ Vowel and Quack - 6:02
    • Pulse - 1:59
    • Light Fry of Witch's Cackle - 3:54
  • Developing Proper Breathing
    • Developing Great Breath Support - 4:23
    • Breathing Basics - 4:31
    • Never Run Out of Breath - 4:02
    • Getting Loud - 5:13
    • Building the Habit of Proper Breathing - 3:01
    • Another Exercise for Proper Breathing - 1:21
    • Conscious Breathing Throughout the Day - 2:15
    • Breathing Cadence for Added Benefits - 2:14
    • Maestro David Kyle's Breathing Exercises - 23:06
  • Introduction to Grit
    • Different Types Grit, Similar Foundation - 2:10
    • Grit Basics - 2:02
    • Compressed Overlay Distortion - 11:29
    • Decompressed Overlay Distortion - 7:16
  • Developing Different Types of Grit
    • Grit - Quick Reference - 1:00
    • Motorboat Grit - 2:10
    • Exercise - Motorboat Grit - 2:32
    • Bleeding Air Grit - 1:27
    • Exercise - Bleeding Air Grit #1 - 2:31
    • Exercise - Bleeding Air Grit #2 - 3:47
    • Upper Grunt Grit - 1:44
    • Exercise - Upper Grunt Grit - 2:27
    • Hardcore Bark Grit - 2:48
    • Exercise - HardcoreBark Grit #1 - 3:10
    • Exercise - Hardcore Bark Grit #2 - 1:42
    • Pulse Grit - 0:57
    • Exercise - Pulse Grit - 1:52
    • Head Voice Edging Grit - 3:53
    • Exercise - Head Voice Edging Grit #1 - 1:39
    • Exercise - Head Voice Edging Grit #2 - 1:52
    • Blues Growl - 1:30
    • Exercise -Blues Growl - 1:47
    • Natural Grit and Rasp - 2:41
  • Grit with the Best of Them
    • Basic Grit Warmup - 4:46
    • Grit Warmup Part 2, Vowel Anchoring with Grit - 3:11
    • Working Up to Songs - 2:32
  • Introduction to Screaming
    • Intro to Screaming - 5:37
    • Scream Basics - 4:26
  • Your Screaming Foundation
    • Basic Scream Foundation Method #1 - 2:14
    • Basic Scream Foundation Method #2 - 1:20
    • Basic Scream Foundation Method #3 - 1:28
    • Scream Amplification Method #1 - 2:02
    • Scream Amplification Method #2 - 1:04
  • Developing Different Types of Screams
    • Screams - Quick Reference - 1:16
    • Fry - 2:51
    • False Cord - 3:22
    • Modern Metal - 3:40
    • Brutal - 3:28
    • Low Growl - 2:04
    • Death, "Tunnel Throat" - 3:33
    • Inhaled Low Growl - 2:33
    • Inhaled High, "Pterodactyl" - 5:15
    • Pig Squeel - 1:52
  • Scream with the Best of Them
    • Turning Your Scream into Lyrics - 4:28
    • Screaming Warmup - 5:37
    • WorkingUp to Screaming Songs - 2:04
  • Wrap Up
    • Taking Things Further - links to more resources - 2:24
    • Thank You - 1:10

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Become A Great Singer

Take a Scientific & Practical Approach to Becoming a Great Singer

By Robert Lunte | in Online Courses

Founder and producer of the The Vocalist Studio and The Vocalist Studio Method, Maestro Robert Lunte, has produced an intensive vocal training system that not only shows you what to do to become a great singer, but explains why and how with scientific and practical application. With very clear, step by step instructions and video demonstrations of how to train your singing voice, Become a Great Singer: Your Complete Vocal Training System is for any student that is prepared to train and practice with the expectation of gaining lasting, life changing progress.

  • Access 156 lectures & 20 hours of content 24/7
  • Access the-119 page eBook inside the course
  • Utilize training workflow diagrams that show you step by step, which workouts to train and when
  • Watch 53 HD videos of Robert Lunte demonstrating all the vocal workouts
  • Access vocal workouts, offered in slow & fast versions and specially made for both men and women
  • Learn how to train specific vocal styles, cry vocal mode, belting, vocal distortion & more

Instructor

Robert Lunte is the owner and founder of The Vocalist Studio (TVS).

TVS is an Internationally recognized voice training school for singing vocal techniques, public speaking, teacher training, accent coaching and vocal related events. Robert is also the author and producer of the vocal instruction training online course and book, “The Four Pillars of Singing”.

Important Details

  • Length of time users can access this course: lifetime
  • Access options: web streaming, mobile streaming
  • Certification of completion included
  • Redemption deadline: redeem your code within 30 days of purchase
  • Experience level: beginner

Requirements

  • Internet required

Course Outline

  • Section 1: Prepare For Your Vocal Training
    • Lecture 1: Quick Start Video & Useful Links - 3:53
    • Lecture 2: Links & Passwords and FREE eBook
  • Section 2: Vocal Training Techniques and Myth Busting
    • Lecture 1: Perfect English Captions - 1:25
    • Lecture 2: Understanding Vocal Technique Terms - 1:59
    • Lecture 3: What is Bridging and Connecting? - 9:49
    • Lecture 4: Falsetto is NOT Your Head Voice! - 8:14
    • Lecture 5: Mixed Voice Is DEAD! - 6:50
    • Lecture 6: Baritones CAN Sing High! - 8:34
    • Lecture 7: Bel Canto Secrets From The Ancient Past Are Dead! - 5:58
    • Lecture 8: Bridging Early vs Bridging Late - 3:52
    • Lecture 9: Stop "Hitting" High Notes & Start Singing Deep Notes - 17:18
    • Lecture 10: Stop Hearing & Start Listening - 8:01
    • Lecture 11: The Most Difficult Notes - 10:31
    • Lecture 12: The Two Embouchures - 9:16
    • Lecture 13: The Snile - 6:42
    • Lecture 14: The Tongue Positions - 8:59
    • Lecture 15: The Science of Vocal Registers - 10:32
    • Lecture 16: Intrinsic Anchoring - 13:34
    • Lecture 17: Anchoring The Larynx - 15:49
    • Lecture 18: Extrinsic Anchoring - 7:21
    • Lecture 19: Two Sources of Vocal Adduction - 13:50
    • Lecture 20: Singing With Appoggio - 6:17
    • Lecture 21: Microphone Ergonomics and TVS Grips - 6:27
  • Section 3: The Vocalist Studio (TVS) Methodology
    • Lecture 22: TVS Methodology Overview - 30:27
    • Lecture 23: What Are The Four Pillars of Singing? - 5:11
    • Lecture 24: TVS Specialized Onsets Overview - 2:01
    • Lecture 25: TVS Vocal Modes Overview - 6:37
    • Lecture 26: The Sound Colors of Singing Overview - 12:51
    • Lecture 27: The Geometry of Vocal Technique - 9:50
    • Lecture 28: The Onset & Phonation Package - 13:18
    • Lecture 29: Training Onsets & Sirens - 23:22
    • Lecture 30: The Mass of a Phonation - 12:56
    • Lecture 31: Training With Amplification - 7:06
    • Lecture 32: TVS Sign Language - 4:59
  • Section 4: Vocal Onsets Lectures
    • Lecture 33: TVS Specialized Onsets introduction - 2:01
    • Lecture 34: The Track and Release Onset - 17:46
    • Lecture 35: The Quack & Release Onset - 14:26
    • Lecture 36: The Wind and Release Onset - 8:05
    • Lecture 37: The Pulse and Release Onset - 9:30
    • Lecture 38: Messa Di Voce Onset - 12:38
    • Lecture 39: The Dampen & Release Onset - 7:11
    • Lecture 40: Attack and Release Onset - 15:50
    • Lecture 41: Contract and Release Onset - 12:33
    • Lecture 42: Acoustic Mode Onsets - 14:27
  • Section 5: Physical Modes
    • Lecture 43: Vocal Modes Introduction - 16:13
    • Lecture 44: Primitive Physical Modes - 9:03
    • Lecture 45: Trained Physical Modes - 11:19
    • Lecture 46: Twang Vocal Mode - 10:30
    • Lecture 47: Twang Mode vs Quack Mode - 6:02
    • Lecture 48: Belt Vocal Mode - 8:58
    • Lecture 49: Belt Musculature Explained - 14:14
    • Lecture 50: The Importance of Vocal Cry Mode - 7:58
    • Lecture 51: Training Techniques to Develop Cry Vocal Mode - 9:33
    • Lecture 52: Singing Lessons- Vocal Cry VS. Sob Mode - 9:31
  • Section 6: Acoustic Modes
    • Lecture 53: Language Vowels vs Singing Vowels - 5:54
    • Lecture 54: Sound Colors of Singing - Training Illustrations - 22:44
    • Lecture 54: See Your Voice With Spectrum Software - 19:59
    • Lecture 55: Explaining Vocal Formants - 5:57
    • Lecture 56: Narrowing of Vowels and the Vocal Track - 24:35
    • Lecture 57: TVS Acoustic Modes Introduction - 7:16
    • Lecture 58: TVS Edging Acoustic Mode - 4:14
    • Lecture 59: TVS Neutral Acoustic Mode - 4:28
    • Lecture 60: TVS Curbing Acoustic Mode - 4:15
    • Lecture 61: Vowel Modification for Training - 26:52
    • Lecture 62: Vowel Modification for Singing - 23:37
    • Lecture 63: Consonants For Singing - 10:10
  • section 7: Vocal Effects
    • Lecture 64: Vocal Effect Introduction - 1:01
    • Lecture 65: Vibrato - 9:51
    • Lecture 66: Compressed Overlay Distortion - 11:31
    • Lecture 67: Decompressed Overlay Distortion - 7:36
    • Lecture 68: Extreme Scream Distortion - 6:40
    • Lecture 69: Extreme Scream Pitch - 5:28
    • Lecture 70: Windy Phonations - 1:56
    • Lecture 71: The Yarl - 7:38
  • Section 8: Training Onsets
    • Lecture 72: Training - Track & Release Onset - 8:23
    • Lecture 73: Training - Quack and Release Onset - 11:29
    • Lecture 74: Training - Wind & Release Onset - 9:02
    • Lecture 75: Training - Pulse & Release Onset - 10:18
    • Lecture 76: Training - Dampen & Release Onset - 8:17
    • Lecture 77: Training- Attack & Release Onset - 7:40
    • Lecture 78: Training - Messa di Voce Onset - 6:16
    • Lecture 79: Training - Contract & Release Onset - 4:15
  • Section 9: Training Onsets & Sirens
    • Lecture 80: Integrated Training Routines Introduction - 2:05
    • Lecture 81: Training - Coordination & Tuning - Demonstration #1 - 7:08
    • Lecture 82: Training - Coordination & Tuning - Demonstration #2 - 8:48
    • Lecture 83: Training - Coordination & Tuning - Demonstration #3 - 11:01
    • Lecture 84: Training - Coordination & Tuning - Demonstration #4 - 7:35
    • Lecture 85: Training - Coordination & Tuning - Demonstration #5 - 12:02
    • Lecture 86: Training - Resistance - Demonstration #1 - 9:50
    • Lecture 87: Training - Resistance - Demonstration #2 - 7:48
    • Lecture 88: Training - Resistance - Demonstration #3 - 8:55
    • Lecture 89: Training - Resistance - Demonstration #4 - 8:24
    • Lecture 90: Training - Resistance - Demonstration #5 - 9:22
    • Lecture 91: Training - Acoustic Modes #1 - Edging Vowels - 9:45
    • Lecture 92: Training - Acoustic Modes #2 - Neutral Vowels - 6:19
    • Lecture 93: Training - Acoustic Modes #3 - Curbing Vowels - 6:31
    • Lecture 94: Groove Improvisations - 9:08
  • Section 10: Training Singer-Cizing
    • Lecture 95: Building Your Own Training Routines - 3:40
    • Lecture 96: TVS Training Illustrations - 21:04
    • Lecture 97: TVS Vowel Modification Formulas - 9:10
    • Lecture 98: Foundation Building Routine - Singersizing (Reminder) - 3:43
    • Lecture 99: How to Practice Efficiently - 4:36
    • Lecture 100: Developing Twang Compression - 13:37
    • Lecture 101: Singer-cizing - 26:15
    • Lecture 102: Introduction Onsets and Sirens - 7:37
    • Lecture 103: What Is Resonant Tracking - 7:07
    • Lecture 104: The Vinnie Pulls & Vinnie Calls - 18:35
    • Lecture 105: Articulating Lyrics Inside A Head Voice Belt - 11:00
  • Section 11: Training Intermediate Demonstrations
    • Lecture 106: TVS Vocalize Introduction - 4:06
    • Lecture 107: TVS Training Routines Introduction - 2:14
    • Lecture 108: Diaphragm & Vibrato Development - 3:54
    • Lecture 109: Onsets & Sirens Introduction - 7:37
    • Lecture 110: Onsets & Octave Melodic 5th Sirens - 12:42
    • Lecture 111: Onsets & Octave Sirens - 5:28
    • Lecture 112: Bridging & Connecting #1 - 2:06
    • Lecture 113: Bridging & Connecting 2A - 3:43
    • Lecture 114: Bridging & Connecting 2B - Sustain - 2:30
    • Lecture 115: Bridging & Connecting 2C - 2nd Onset - 3:45
    • Lecture 116: Bridging & Connecting 3 - Minor Key - 1:40
    • Lecture 117: Articulation #2 - 3:21
    • Lecture 118: Bridging & Connecting with Calibrations #1 - 4:48
    • Lecture 119: Bridging & Connecting with Calibrations #2 - 4:18
    • Lecture 120: Octave Sweeps #1 - 2:47
    • Lecture 121: Octave Sweeps #2 - Sustain - 2:05
    • Lecture 122: The Nine Note Run - 5:24
  • Section 12: Training Advanced Demonstrations
    • Lecture 123: The Hero - 4:13
    • Lecture 124: Twang Contractions & Calibrations 1 - 3:11
    • Lecture 125: Twang Contractions & Calibrations 2 - 2:18
    • Lecture 126: The Tormentor - 3:40
    • Lecture 127: The Tower of Power - 5:48
    • Lecture 128: Close Encounters of the 3rd Kind - 4:23
    • Lecture 129: TVS Solfege - 5:56
    • Lecture 130: Endurance Strengthening - 4:50
    • Lecture 131: Pentatonic One - 3:56
    • Lecture 132: Pentatonic Run - 3:36
    • Lecture 133: Pentatonic Call & Response - 4:40
    • Lecture 134: Pentatonic The Staley - 3:49
    • Lecture 135: Pentatonic Swinger - 4:49
    • Lecture 136: Pentatonic Teaser - 5:03
    • Lecture 137: Groove The Rock Ballad - 4:41
    • Lecture 138: Groove Anthem of Reverie - 4:17
    • Lecture 139: Groove Piano Man - 2:31
    • Lecture 140: Groove Hans Bendy Jazz Voicing - 3:39
  • Section 13: What's Next?
    • Lecture 141: Does Your Teacher Know Why You're Doing Nay Nay Nay? - 3:23
    • Lecture 140: Is Coffee Bad For Your Singing? - 5:35
    • Lecture 142: Vocal Lessons - Facebook Live Q&A Invite - 0:50
    • Lecture 143: Working All Day on a Saturday - 0:37
  • Section 14: Testimonials From Students
    • Lecture 146: The Vocalist Studio Testimonials- Pat Johnston's Singing Journey - 3:11
    • Lecture 145: How To Sing- After Touring With KISS Steve Found His Voice! - 6:41
    • Lecture 144: TVS Testimonials- How Evelyn Shawl Became A Better Singer - 3:08
    • Lecture 147: How To Sing- Iconic Rock Pianist Scott D. Davis Sings Lights by Journey - 0:53
    • Lecture 148: TVS Testimonials- Ricky Roller Sings Dream Theater & Queensryche - 1:32
    • Lecture 150: How The Vocalist Studio Student John Galbraith Learned To Sing Rock - 1:51
    • Lecture 149: TVS Testimonials- Zack Azard Shares His Vocal Journey - 3:26
    • Lecture 151: TVS Student Testimonial- Touring Artist Gives Feedback - 2:38
    • Lecture 152: TVS Testimonials- How Sara Ellen Gained Her Singing Confidence - 1:35

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