Here are some tips for writing notes in Ableton Live’s DAW.
Music production today is a minefield. While it’s never been easier to learn how to do it, it’s also never been more confusing.
What's going on LARI here and I today I have a special tutorial for you.
I work as a session musician for a large portion of my job as a full time cellist. With countless studio sessions under my belt there is a small set of tools that have saved me time and time again, keeping those expensive studio hours efficient for both me and my clients, and making sure I present myself in the most professional manner.
The first thing I usually get asked as a composer is, where do you start when you write a new piece? Unfortunately there is no definitive answer to that question as each piece is uniquely different. In my second ballet, La Feuille Qui Tombe, I started writing 3 minuets into the overture specifically for bassoon, clarinet and cello, but for my massive tone poem Levensverhaal I started halfway through the second of two parts with a solo organ. Needless to say there is no set way to write a piece of music. This however doesn't mean I can't walk you through the necessary steps.
If you’re a producer, you’ll know that the search for the magic button is absolutely real.
LARI the ghost here back again with Part 2 on how to make a "Juice Wrld" Type Beat on iPhone GarageBand iOS APP. On our last tutorial, I showed you how to create an 8 bar loop from scratch. In today's tutorial I will be showing you how to take that 8 bar loop and arrange it into a full track instrumental.
Welcome to Part 1 of "How to make a Juice WRLD (Rest in Peace) / Wavy Trap Type Beat using ONLY your iPhone. If you own an iPhone then you may or may not be familiar with the app called "Garageband" (Apple Only).
Until recently, I had a big problem: I was standing still in my creative life.
You don’t often hear this when you’re talking about a creative product, but I believe that if you’re in the beginning stages of learning how to make music, quantity actually tops quality.
It's a fresh new year so why not set yourself a challenge? Learn to play the flute? I have played professionally as a flautist all over England for years and the joy and satisfaction it brings me is just incredible! So you accept the challenge? Keep reading.. I love sharing my advice and tips with budding flautists!