Music Composition 102: How To Compose Music Using Chord Progressions

Music Composition 102: How To Compose Music Using Chord Progressions Series of tutorials for aspiring musicians, composers, songwriters, sound engineers, and music enthusiast that want to learn the how tos, seek advice, learn methods relating to the subject of music, and a community to build and communicate knowledge, advice, and support. =================================================== Seeking new requests. Email me or Msg me for questions, comments or general business inquiries. Possible topics ranging from : + Composing + Songwriting + Mixing + Mastering + Digital Audio Workstations (Cubase, Fruity Loops) + Notation Software (Finale, Sibelius) + VSTI Plugins (East West Quantum Leap Symphonic Choir/Symphonic Orchestra/Ministry of Rock, Spectrasonics Omnisphere/Stylus RMX, Toontrack Superior Drummer 2.0) + Mastering Plugins (Ozone, Fab Filter Pro, Waves) + Equipment =================================================== Travis Balitz aka known as TraVisT, is an aspiring rapper, composer, and improvisational pianist. He has 9 years of piano experience with a private teacher, and has 2 years of personal experience learning piano sheet music that gravitate to intermediate to advance level songbooks. He also spent that last 2 years self teaching and dedicating himself to compose and song write music ranging from game and film scores, to Rock, and currently focusing on Rap. He will be releasing a Rap Album by Winter 2012. Once he has success with his own personal music

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Published: 2011-11-08 12:22:02
Music Composition 102: How To Compose Music Using Chord Progressions

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