I base my teaching approach and content of the lessons entirely on the interests and objectives of the student. I can help with A level Music Technology submissions, as well as helping with degree level coursework, show an amateur enthusiast how to get the most out of music production software, or help an aspiring producer/DJ how to mix, master and incorporate their own work into a DJ set.
The way I teach is to work with student's ongoing projects, offering immediate feedback and offering useful mixing, composition and arranging advice. Alternatively, the lesson can revolve around creating new projects from scratch, or going through the fundamentals step-by-step. Given my diverse education, I aim to offer flexibility in my approach to tuition.
My method is a top-down approach looking at the end product and showing how I've gotten there step by step. During this, we look at individual instruments, groups, buses, and everything within them to give the best insight into how to create industry standard, pristine quality recordings and productions with minimal need to use hardware or outboard gear.
I approach each topic in a similar way to the University syllabus as I was taught, first establishing a better understanding of basic audio principles and techniques which inform all areas of audio production, before moving on to more advanced techniques which are perhaps more specific to the students' chosen field.
My lessons are bespoke to you, So ideally you can approach me with a set goal in mind and I can cater my lessons to help you best achieve it! Some common paths would be: How to setup a Digital Audio Workstation for a production session Production Techniques for specific genres - eg. How to sample properly for hip-hop, How to create a bassline, How to make melodies and chords etc.
My teaching is based on prior knowledge & attainment. Once we establish a level of ability & learner goals, we can develop a course structured around budget, timeframe & resources. Lessons will start with some context / theory and questioning to tease out prior knowledge & understanding, and then develop on to practical application & exercises.
I strongly highlight the importance of each individual's creative signature that they can put into their productions to make them unique. I find out what it is the student wishes to get out of their tuition, how far they want to take their skills and then adjust the approach accordingly.
I will show you how I mix from scratch, talking you through me EQ, compression, and reverb techniques namely, and then allow you to do the same, and review your product with timely feedback. Lessons go from beginner to advanced level workflows.
I follow the Montessori method in a sense - giving the student some subject matter of dense matter and allowing them to play with it, understand and adapt it in the best way that they can do - allowing them to remain open creatively
Hi, l'm Kirk a committed, enthusiastic, hardworking person who is passionate about technology and learning. I give lessons with certificates. My techniques and my methods of instruction are structured from how I teach at leading Electronic Music Academies. Ive been told I am a great patient tutor.
With a vast range of experience in both Sound, lighting and visuals for events and recording/producing in the studio, whatever you are seeking to learn, we can cater for you specifically.
My teaching method uses practical application to teach the students. I find it most helpful to get show real world uses for the content studied, or get the student to practice the content themselves. As well as note taking and lecture slides, the main focus of each lesson will depend on the level required for the student, but will always strive for the student improvement.
Combining vital theoretical knowledge with real world applications. Students with production experience often bring along projects they're working on, where I can show them techniques to help improve and better themselves as an artist. I've also designed tailored courses for beginner producers that want to take a step into the world of music production.
Everyones method's of learning are vastly different, which is why I like to work individuals with each student whilst getting to know them and give them step by step landmarks to play with. This proves to work much more effectively so there is no time limit and no rushing students too quickly.
I want to help you get practical experience producing and composing music straight away. I believe in teaching with a very engaging hands on approach, allowing students to lead the way based on where they are in their development. From my experience as a student and a teacher, being hands on from the start is the best way to bring your passion for music to life.
My teaching method is a very relaxed approch with alot of time spent on identifying faults and improving on them. With that I look at a very wide range of compositional techniques from specific instrumentation per genre to basic theory techniques.
I have taught music technology in Further and Higher Education, to students looking to enter the music and media industry directly. My teaching methodology is a mixture of problem centred learning and transactional learning, using authentic, practical scenarios backed up with instruction and accessible supporting materials.
I like to start the lesson by getting to know what music interests the pupil has and to do my best to start from the beginning, this will help me to know where would be best to start.
My students always appreciated the communication and the journey that I take them on whilst providing the knowledge, so they implement they learning more effectively with less of a stress and disappointment of the unavoidable little failures that is an inseparable factor of any development. I approach each session with detailed information that I am to pass during that lesson.
I will first provide the software you need (free of charge!) to start making computer-based music! From there we can start with the basics of arranging the basic elements of a song. I'll happily take it at whatever pace you feel comfortable.
I teach from beginner right up to graduate level, covering topics from four-piece band to full orchestral soundtracks and electronic contemporary music. I prefer to teaching one-to-one in a practical setting to achieve the most personal interaction between teacher and student.
The courses are customized to all levels of study, from the complete beginner, through to professionals already working within the industry. Tuition is fully tailored to the individual student’s needs with flexible schedules and a personalised course structure. Classes can be taught in the student´s home or in our sound studio in central Barcelona.
I am able to teach music production from the most fundamental level all the way to commercial/degree level - whether you have never made a song before and want to give it a try, or you have been producing for years and want to take your music to the next level. Each lesson is tailored to you.
My teaching method is to establish what a person currently knows, and then what it is what you want/need to learn. I then work out a map of how to get from A to B and each session will have specific aims whereby we can mark off what you have learned.
I aim to tailor my teaching to the invididual needs of my students. In a group setting I will pay attention to each student individually as well as attending to the group as a whole. I have a hands on approach, particularly in-person lessons so my students feel involved in the process and can almost guarantee the ability to put new skills into practice at the end of the lesson.
My methodology focuses on understanding the how and why of anything you do. There's no point in mindlessly parroting what someone has told you if you don't understand it fully! I focus on learning solid workflows that can be transferred between live and studio settings regardless of if it's running a gig on an analogue console with outboard or recording a band in the studio using Pro Tools.
My teaching method is to walk you through the music creating process. I feel like watching me will help a lot more than me talking at you and boring you..
my teaching method is live, i teach you through pro tools software about all of that things as i said, when my students finished their lessons i will them full licensed pro tools and with advanced plug-ins, so i wanna show them how produce like pro.
I work through things slowly, trying to provide visual aid where possible, without pressuring the student. Sound aid is also used through teaching.
Slowly but quick, with humor and ease, from simple to hard, its a 1 week's card. Easy Peasy cheesy creasy.
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Perfect! Cristian is the real deal. In depth experience and knowledge. Great educational skills and his focus is 100 % on improving your knowledge. I can without any hesitation recommend Cristian to anyone one that want to improve their knowledge of Music...
Perfect! Kirk is en excellent teacher and happy to share his amazing production skills you. He's able to explain even complicated things like compression and routing in a very simple and easy understandable way. I'm so grateful to have found this teacher and...
Perfect! I had a great first lesson with Callum who is both personable and professional. He was able to help me with basic understanding about synthesizers and which computer programme would help me as I move forward in my work as an arranger and composer. I...
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