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Introduction. 1: Getting the Most from your Setup. 2: Know Your Genre. 3: Rhythm and Drum Programming. 4: Bass Lines. 5: Writing Melodic Leads. 6: Creative Use of FX. 7: Writing for Strings and Pads. 8: Writing for Acoustic Instruments. 9: Writing Effective Riffs. 10: Arpeggiation as a Creative Tool. 11: Creative use of Sampling. 12: Creative use of Control Data. 13: Approaching Structure. 14: Layering Your Music. 15: Sequencing Your Music. 16: Percussion in Different Contexts. 17: Get the Atmosphere Right. 18: Mixing - Creative Use of Volume, Panning and EQ. 19: Mastering Your Track. 20: Getting Your Tracks Heard. 21: Developing a Portfolio. 22: Conclusion.
Dr. Michael Hewitt was born in South Wales in the United Kingdom. He earned his bachelor of music degree at London University and a master's degree and doctorate at the University of Bangor, where he specialized in musical composition. He is a classically trained musician, a composer, a lecturer, and an author on musical subjects. Working to commission, he writes classical scores as well as soundtracks for various television productions, both at home and abroad. He is currently working as a music technology tutor at Coleg Harlech, North Wales.
This was a gift for our son. He likes it and is a pianist in college.Published 25 days ago by TLZFavre
Product was shipped quickly and was exactly as advertised. Need I say anything more?Published 12 months ago by Dean Willis
Good book. Found it useful in laying out the concepts for composition. A pretty quick read. Good style of writing.Published 18 months ago by HP-15C
I bought his book with the expectation that it would provide some insight about composing music using a DAW. This book really doesn't have much to do with composition at all. Read morePublished on July 15, 2013 by Haris G. Bruch