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Ask Video Dance Music Masters 115 Deconstructing Can You Feel It TUTORIAL

By | January 15, 2022

Ask Video Dance Music Masters 115 Deconstructing Can You Feel It TUTORIAL Take a behind the scene look at the house Track “Can You Feel It” in this Track Deconstruction course. Join producer James Hurr in the studio, and let him give you an overview of this feel-good house track! The soulful piano house single “Can You Feel… Read More »

Truefire Ted Ludwig’s 30 Jazz 2-5-1 Licks You MUST Know TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Ted Ludwig’s 30 Jazz 2-5-1 Licks You MUST Know TUTORIAL The most commonly encountered chord progression across the entire jazz standard songbook is the 2-5-1 in both major and minor keys. The broader your vocabulary of 2-5-1 lines, the more creative you can be with your solos. And once you understand how to craft your own 2-5-1… Read More »

Truefire Tom Dempsey’s Practice Sessions: Jazz Melodic Approaches TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Tom Dempsey’s Practice Sessions: Jazz Melodic Approaches TUTORIAL Melody is king in Jazz music, perhaps even more so than in any other style. Students of jazz guitar frequently find themselves overwhelmed by scales, arpeggios and theory, which can be a barrier to getting to the sound and feel of jazz. Having a solid grasp on melodic devices,… Read More »

Truefire Tyler Grant’s Song Lesson: Ramblin’ Man TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Tyler Grant’s Song Lesson: Ramblin’ Man TUTORIAL Taught by our top educators, TrueFire’s Song Lesson System is a hands-on contextual music-making experience designed to accelerate the learning process and simulate a full-band setting. Whatever level of player you happen to be, from beginner to advanced, there’s a rhythm or lead guitar part you can learn to play… Read More »

Truefire Andy Aledort’s My Guitar Heroes TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Andy Aledort’s My Guitar Heroes TUTORIAL Every musician has a long list of other musicians, past and present, that have inspired, influenced and helped shape their own sound and musicality. It’s the natural evolution of music. We asked Andy Aledort to pass on to you some of the key learnings that were passed on to him from… Read More »

Truefire Vicki Genfan’s 30 Fingerpicking Innovations You MUST Know TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Vicki Genfan’s 30 Fingerpicking Innovations You MUST Know TUTORIAL Having command of a wide and versatile range of fingerpicking patterns is one of the most valuable creative resources for all players, electric or acoustic, across all styles from Rock to Folk, Country to Pop, to Funk and everything in between. Whether you’re a songwriter, touring sideman or… Read More »

Truefire Vicki Genfan’s Body of Rhythm TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Truefire Vicki Genfan’s Body of Rhythm TUTORIAL Developing solid rhythmic chops and a strong sense of “groove” is not just about working on your timing with a metronome, developing a wide vocabulary of rhythmic patterns, or learning the rhythmic approaches of your favorite players. Of course these are all really important elements to focus on, but it’s really… Read More »

Premiere Pro Introductory Course TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

Premiere Pro Introductory Course TUTORIAL Premiere Pro is found in most of the production facilities around the world so learning Premiere means there are many possibilities for employment. The program has really come into its own over the last decade. For example, David Fincher’s Gone Girl was the first major Hollywood production cut entirely on Premiere Pro. Although… Read More »

How To Mix Vocals IN LOGIC PRO X A Beginners Guide to Easily Mixing Hip Hop Vocals TUTORIAL

By | January 14, 2022

How To Mix Vocals IN LOGIC PRO X A Beginners Guide to Easily Mixing Hip Hop Vocals TUTORIAL Ever wonder how artists make their music sound so good? It’s all in the mixing. Even when big musicians are touring on the road and recording in hotel rooms they sound professional because their engineers are so good. I can’t… Read More »