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Suggested Reading for Sound Recording and Mixing

I have been teaching myself about music technology mostly by reading music magazines, using...
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The Development of Music for Video Games

1. Introduction This article will briefly discuss the video games industry, it’s progression...
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File Sharing

How have the effects of file sharing impacted the music community and what measures should be...
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The Recording Engineer's Handbook

The Recording Engineer's Handbook by Bob Owinski is an excellent book for those new to recording...

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  • Sami El-Enany Southgate, N13

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    I am a professional musician, composer and writer with over 12 years experience teaching subjects within and around Music, such as Piano, Theory, Technology and Film Music. You are very welcome to contact me for advice or if you have any questions.
  • Cherie Portchester, PO16 Gold Member

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    Patience and being understanding are probably my best qualities for being a teacher. That's not just what I think but a number of my pupils and pupils' parents have told me so. A sense of humour in the right situations can also be productive. Lots of people are good musicians but not all of them have the patience to teach people who struggle with the subject. I know from personal experience from when I was a child that the more someone shouts at a person who is trying hard but finding something difficult, the harder it becomes for that person to do well. That doesn't meant that I will be too soft with anyone messing about but am understanding towards those who are keen but not naturaly gifted in music.
  • Andy R Herne Bay, CT6 Gold Member

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    Hi. I'm Andy. I'm based in Herne Bay but come out to students or can teach online. My style is informal and relaxed.
  • Luke Georgiou Brockley, SE4 Gold Member

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    Having a creative outlet is an important part of life, and I believe that learning and playing music can be an enjoyable and stimulating process. So as to ensure the best results possible, lessons are tailored to the individual needs of each student
  • Eren O. Brixton, SW2 Gold Member

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    A former Jazz Pianist with a Bachelor's degree in Jazz Piano, I'm a London-based Piano teacher, graduated from the Royal College of Music in Composition (MA). With my current students of all ages and levels, we mainly focus on non-classical genres.
  • Nick Jones West Hampstead, NW6 Gold Member

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    I am a freelance musician, composer, teacher and workshop facilitator who enjoys sharing my passion for music with others. I teach a variety of styles including jazz, funk, world, rock, pop, folk, classical and can adapt to a pupil's needs or tastes.
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Music Technology Articles

  • The Benefits To Learning Music Technology

    Music Technology Teacher (Watford) Picture I think that music is so diverse and complex that it can be enjoyed by all types of people, whether that is learning about the genius of Bach, or learning how to make a piece of electronic music using the latest music production software. I believe in having a well-rounded knowledge of music,...
  • Some Notes on Laptop Performance

    Music Technology Teacher (Twickenham) Picture Playing the controllers of a laptop like a musical instrument presents new challenges for the performer. For a traditional instrument, the journey of the sound is visibly apparent, picture the bowing motion of a violinist; when no movement is shown, no sound is emitted. In contrast, there are no...
  • Music Tech As A Creative Tool

    Music Technology Teacher (East London) Picture I was completely blown away when I first started using Logic about 5 years ago - music suddenly came to life under my finger tips and I instantly had access to hundreds of sounds I had never dreamed of before. Up until then, my composing consisted mainly of messing around on the piano and...

 

  • The Development of Music for Video Games Editor's Pick

    Music Technology Teacher (Portsmouth) Picture 1. Introduction This article will briefly discuss the video games industry, it’s progression and popularity over time, and the part that music has to play in the overall gaming experience. One of the worlds leading game composers, John Wall, gives us a brief insight into the infectious nature...
  • Use Your Ears With Music Plugins

    Music Technology Teacher (South East London) Picture While it may be exciting and tempting to use all your favourite (or expensive) plugins on every track, it's rarely required. Every instrument has a different sound and different role within the music, so each should be treated individually. Here's a quick way to determine whether your choice of...
  • Software and Hardware for Music Tech

    Music Technology Teacher (Coventry) Picture As a Music Tech student, you may find that you want to stick with the software used at your school or college – this may well be Steinberg's Cubase or Apple's Logic. The most important parts of Cubase can be found in their entry-level package, Cubase Elements, around £60.  This is a powerful...