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-to’s, seek advice, learn methods relating to the subject of music, and a community to build and communicate knowledge, advice, and support. Composing Music Using Chord Progressions

  • Composing
  • Songwriting
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • Digital Audio Workstations
  • Notation Software
  • VSTI Plugins
  • Mastering Plugins
  • 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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Duration: 2468
Published: 2011-11-08 12:22:02
Music Composition 102: How To Compose Music Using Chord Progressions

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