Leroy's first classes happen this weekend and we have a few places left. Get Busy!
Our first enrolments for the SOS Half Year Program have commenced! We will keep updating our suggested course pathway dates as the year rolls on.
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 so, you may have been searching for theories about Chord Functions. Chord Functions can help you select your chords "with intent".
Our very own legenderay tutor chatted with argualbly the most legendary techno producers of all time Jeff Mills and Derrick May.
The on-stage discussion happened prior to their Saturday night performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl alongside the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
The event was incredible and has hit music headlines around the world.
Check out some bits and reviews here:
SOS Music Theory tutor Shaun Keyt explains scale degrees. This is one of the most important things to learn about chord progressions.
Ableton Certified Trainer Mike Callander shows how easy it can be to record audio into Ableton Live to be truly unique in your music production.
Our Composition and Music Theory tutor Shaun Keyt expalins the basics of musical intervals including some tips on how they are best used!
Logic Pro X Apple Certified Pro Davide Carbone has come up with his most important Logic Pro X key commands
Our mixing and mastering specialist and Production Masterclass tutor Davide Carbone shows you how to set up a mastering chain in Ableton Live.
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 inside, as it should appear the first time you create a Clip) and the MIDI Track on which the Clip sits is also empty (that is, no Instrument has been added to it) the MIDI Note Editor will look something like this:
1 – MIDI Note Editor with no instrument loaded onto the MIDI Track