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mcintalker
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Posted - 02/06/2017 :  6:30:58 PM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote  [Reply to Topic]  | [Reply w/ Quote]
I saw these on the CW forum and thought I'd share them here. I have not checked into them yet.... but will repost once I do.

http://mattiaswestlund.net/?page_id=29

All are from Swedish guitarist/multi-instrumentalist, Mattias Westlund, a composer specializing in soundtracks for computer games and other media.

Sharing the wealth of info..........
Michael


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mcintalker
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Posted - 02/12/2017 :  11:50:37 AM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
There are some good ideas and points....

I expect there are better and more thorough articles/books/tutorials.

I am quite impressed with David Das and Rick Beato's stuff and know there are lots of options to learn more about VST Orchestral stuff.

https://www.youtube.com/user/daviddas

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJquYOG5EL82sKTfH9aMA9Q

Share your favorites....

Michael
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mcintalker
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Posted - 02/14/2017 :  7:11:47 PM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
I am watching this Rick Beato video at the moment, and highly recommend him and David Das.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qtO9uHGQFes

I wish I'd studied music in school. The more students I got, the more I went back to reading and learning, but my bread and butter -lesson wise- were folks who wanted to learn songs that they "owned" and listened to, or things they saw me do at gigs.

So, there really wasn't any printed music that showed pop songs "as played" for several decades and then I was in my own momentum.

Students brought in records, then tapes, then CDs, and now usb drives with MP3's (or we Bluetooth their phone to my boombox) and would say "teach me this one". I could pretty much hear it and fairly accurately guess how they were playing it. Didn't matter if I'd ever heard it before.... or after either!

SO, these guys (above) are giving me all kinds of knowledge that I never slowed down enough to learn. I am thrilled to learn it now....
They are well trained and present their info well.

Michael
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Posted - 02/14/2017 :  7:16:37 PM  Show Profile  Visit mcintalker's Homepage  Reply with Quote
http://daviddas.com/
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