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Shaun Keyt explains the all important Chord Functions

Shaun Keyt explains the all important Chord Functions

Have you ever looked for guidelines about writing a chord progression. Have you ever wondered if certain chords are better suited to starting or ending a chord progression. Have you ever tried to add variation to a chord progression which is sounding repetitive. If...
Arranging in Ableton Live

Arranging in Ableton Live

Unless you’re musically gifted or very fortunate, many music producers will know all too well the frustration that ensues when it comes time to arrange. If you’re like me, this stage of the process signals the end of that enjoyable period of experimentation, and it’s...
Musical Intervals

Musical Intervals

Our Composition and Music Theory tutor Shaun Keyt expalins the basics of musical intervals including some tips on how they are best used!   There are many concepts within Music Theory which can help you create a certain type of emotion within your melodies and...
Recording Audio Anywhere With Ableton Live

Recording Audio Anywhere With Ableton Live

Recording Audio Anywhere with Ableton Live Ableton Live makes it easy to capture unique audio recordings and use them in our music productions. Anyone who has completed the Alive with Ableton Live course will also know how fun it can be to set up a few Audio Tracks...
Key Commands every Logic Pro X user should know

Key Commands every Logic Pro X user should know

As an early adapter and Apple Certified Pro of Logic Pro X Davide Carbone has come up with his most important Logic Pro X key commands – or short cuts as we sometimes like to refer to them. Read on! I’ve been using Logic Pro X since it came out as Emagic’s...
Inside the Ableton LIVE MIDI Note Editor

Inside the Ableton LIVE MIDI Note Editor

School of Synthesis’ Ableton Live certified trainer Mike Callander explains the basics of midi editing in Ableton Live’s MIDI Note Editor. When you click into a MIDI Clip, you’ll see the MIDI Note Editor. If the Clip is blank (that is, it has no notes...