Hey guys, here's an overview of my masterclass!


Pre-requisites:



Course Outline:


  • Structuring your Song
  • Understanding Sound Choices & Instrument Articulations.
  • Understanding and Application of Song Structure
  • Layering Sounds - Use of Instrument Rack
  • Advanced Workflow Tools
  • Fine Tuning in Arrangement View, Recording, and Editing Workflow
  • Editing features for faster workflow
  • Optimising CPU usage
  • Workflow advantages - Session v/s Arrangement View
  • Advanced Clip properties & Resampling
  • Recording Techniques for Audio and MIDI - Comping, Punch Recording, Capture
  • Advantages of Double Track recording
  • MIDI Protocol & Effects processing
  • Understanding and Application of MIDI Effects
  • Serial and Parallel Processing
  • MIDI Controllers for Parameter Manipulation
  • Designing Sounds - Part 1
  • Deep dive into Synthesis Fundamentals
  • Breakdown of Synthesizer functions using Operator
  • Wavetable Synthesis - MPE & MIDI Features using Wavetable
  • Designing Melody, Harmony and Percussive Sounds
  • Designing Sounds - Part 2
  • Introduction to Sampling - One Shot and Loop Based
  • Manual Sampling Techniques
  • Breakdown of Sampling functions using Simpler
  • Slice Mode Sampling Applications
  • Mixing : Gain Based Effects
  • Working on Volume & Stereo Balance
  • Managing Dynamics - Compressor, Gate, Limiter
  • Parallel Compression and Group Processing
  • Side-chain Processing
  • Mixing :Time Based Effects
  • Spatial processing with Reverb and Delay
  • Creative Processing with Reverb and Delay
  • Send and Return chains
  • Finishing your Mix and Exporting project


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Email: info@djpmedia.in

Phone: +91 7795523530

Hey guys, here's an overview of my masterclass!


Pre-requisites:



Course Outline:


  • Introduction to Mobile Video Production
  • Why Shoot on Mobile Phones
  • Trade Offs when working with Smaller Image Formats
  • Understanding Video File Formats
  • Resolution and Bitrate and why they matter
  • Frame Rates Vs Shutter Speed while Filming
  • Third Party Add Ons and Best Practices
  • Best Camera Phones and Mobile Video Production Gear in 2020
  • Understanding the Exposure Triangle
  • Breaking down the Exposure Triangle
  • Selecting Correct White Balance
  • ISO and it’s limitations for Mobile Video
  • Focal lengths, Lens Selection and Add Ons
  • Working with Natural Light
  • Composing your Shots
  • Rules of Composition
  • How to Improve your Composition
  • B Rolls and why they are essential elements in your Story
  • Gimbals, Tripod shots and Handheld Video
  • Tips and Techniques for Effective Shooting
  • Video Editing on Da Vinci Resolve
  • Learning the Interface
  • Importing Media and Raw footage organization
  • Starting Edits – Editing the timeline
  • Working with Visual Transitions
  • Adding Music and Voice
  • Adding Text – Titles and Captions
  • Stock Video and Music Resources
  • Color Grading
  • Exporting your final project

Have a question? Leave a comment below or contact us:


Email: info@djpmedia.in

Phone: +91 7795523530

Hey guys, here's an overview of my masterclass!


Pre-requisites:


Course Outline:


  • Introduction to Beat Making 
  • Phrasing Beats
  • Beats in Electronic Music
  • Measures of Music
  • Choosing Sounds
  • Layering Beats
  • Understanding Drum Rack and Samples
  • Finalising and Processing your Beats
  • Understanding Accents and Syncopation
  • Modifying Instruments to the Beat
  • Building Effect Chains for your Beats


About the trainer - Joe is a music producer and drummer who also performs under the alias “Aeratesound”. He’s a full-fledged sampling artist and retains some of the traditional sensibilities he picked up from years of playing the mridangam and being part of the live music scene. His brand of electronic music is heavily rooted in real-world sounds, which is evident in the samples he uses. On 'Only For External' opener “Nafiri,” Joe sampled a sound he recorded in Varanasi, which he reconstructs on the track to sound like a shehnai. Elsewhere on the nine-track album, you can hear calls of street vendors and children playing on the street that Panicker recorded himself (he calls them “field recordings”). Even the drums on the album, though sampled, are individually recorded sounds from Panicker playing his own drum kit.


Have a question? Leave a comment below or contact us:


Email: info@djpmedia.in

Phone: +91 7795523530