Designing with Sound: Fundamentals for Products and Services Designing with Sound: Fundamentals for Products and Services
Soft / Music Magazines 2-02-2019
Sound can profoundly impact how people interact with your product. Well-designed sounds can be exceptionally effective in conveying subtle distinctions, emotion, urgency, and information without adding visual clutter. In this practical guide, Amber Case and Aaron Day explain why sound design is critical to the success of products, environments, and experiences.

Just as visual designers have a set of benchmarks and a design language to guide their work, this book provides a toolkit for the auditory experience, improving collaboration for a wide variety of stakeholders, from product developers to composers, user experience designers to architects. You’ll learn a complete process for designing, prototyping, and testing sound.
Music: An Appreciation Brief Edition 9th Edition Music: An Appreciation Brief Edition 9th Edition
Soft / Music Magazines 24-01-2019
Music: An Appreciation remains the time-tested solution for welcoming non-majors to the art oflistening to great music. Now, Roger Kamien places a renewed focus on learningthe elements of music, fostering each student’s unique path to listening andunderstanding. This is achieved through step-by-step guidance as they learn theelements of music, as well as an increased number of musical selections to appreciate,and an enhanced McGraw-Hill Connect experience. As the authority in the Music Appreciationcourse, Kamien equips students with the language, tools and listening skillsrequired to sustain a life-long enthusiasm for music.
Computer Music March 2019 Computer Music March 2019
Soft / Music Magazines 24-01-2019
MIXING MAGIC
It’s amazing to think that not so long ago, the ability to automate fader levels and mutes on a hardware mixer represented state-of-the-art technology. The arrival of the software DAW changed all that, and now we can automate pretty much any parameter we like.

That’s good news, of course, but all this flexibility doesn’t necessarily make the production process any quicker. Thankfully, a number of forward-thinking plugin designers have coupled that conceptual approach with some analysisbased number crunching, and developed smart, ‘intelligent’ tools that go beyond basic tone and dynamics shaping. These processors can’t mix our tracks for us, but they can provide assistance and feedback, and improve efficiency, by helping us get things right. What’s more, by demonstrating what’s possible, they can also help us to expand our knowledge and understanding. In this feature, we’re going to spread the net pretty wide, taking in everything from the latest raft of real-time ‘smart’ EQs to the more established automatic vocal level-riding plugins.
What Are Chords? by George Brodbeck PDF What Are Chords? by George Brodbeck PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 23-01-2019
"What Are Chords?" offers a comprehensive, clear and easy to follow step by step look at what chords are and how to create them. Look at 112 musical illustrations and listen to 49 audio tracks on the What Are Chords website.

You will discover:
Music Tech February 2019 Music Tech February 2019
Soft / Music Magazines 22-01-2019
MusicTech is the magazine for producers, engineers and recording musicians. Every issue is packed with hands-on features written by professional producers and engineers. There are software workshops for every major DAW, interviews with top named producers, artists and engineers, plus reviews of the latest studio hardware and software. With a DVD packed with samples, tutorial videos and software, MusicTech is the ultimate package for today’s studio user.
Language Music and Computing: Second International Workshop LMAC 2017 PDF EPUB Language Music and Computing: Second International Workshop LMAC 2017 PDF EPUB
Soft / Music Magazines 22-01-2019
This book constitutes the proceedings of the First International Workshop on Language, Music and Computing, LMAC 2017, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in April 2017.

The 18 papers presented in this volume were carefully reviewed and selected from 52 submissions. They were organized in topical sections on the universal grammar of music, the surface of music and singing, language as music, music computing, formalization of the informality.
Ukulele Beginning Music Reading by Terry Carter PDF Ukulele Beginning Music Reading by Terry Carter PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 22-01-2019
Music reading is the most important thing you can do as a musician.
Not being able to read music is the single thing that is holding your playing back.

You know deep down that you need to read Music, yet most you don't do it.

I know what you are thinking. I just want to strum some chords and play my favorite song.

What if I told you that if you could read music, that you would play chords and strum your favorite songs better than you ever have before?
Mixing with Your Mind By Michael Paul Stavrou Mixing with Your Mind By Michael Paul Stavrou
Soft / Music Magazines 22-01-2019
Welcome to 'mixing with your mind' author's website as featured in AudioTechnology
MIX magazine and Sound on Sound.

Two years in the writing, 20 years in the making. At last, Stav's book of Closely Guarded Secrets of Sound Balance Engineering. Browse through the pages, have a look and a sniff. Hope you like it.
Bireli Lagrene Gypsy Jazz Guitar Artistry PDF EPUB MP3 Bireli Lagrene Gypsy Jazz Guitar Artistry PDF EPUB MP3
Soft / Music Magazines 21-01-2019
In the tradition of Django Reinhardt, Biréli Lagrène is one of most highly regarded Gypsy jazz, bebop, and fusion guitarists of recent decades. Once regarded as a child prodigy, he has performed with such legendary players as Benny Goodman, Stéphan Grappelli, Al Di Meola, Paco de Lucía, John McLaughlin and countless others. Given that roster, one might assume that Lagrène is quite advanced in years, but this is not the case; the fact is, he was drawn to the guitar as a child of four, and after auditioning at the intermission, was invited onstage with Grapelli for the second half- when he was only ten years old.
Music Learning and Teaching in Culturally and Socially Diverse Contexts: Implications for Classroom Practice Music Learning and Teaching in Culturally and Socially Diverse Contexts: Implications for Classroom Practice
Soft / Music Magazines 18-01-2019
This book examines the inter-relationship between music learning and teaching, and culture and society: a relationship that is crucial to comprehend in today's classrooms. The author presents case studies from diverse music learning and teaching contexts - including South India and Australia and online learning environments - to compare the modes of transmission teachers use to share their music knowledge and skills. It is imperative to understand the ways in which culture and society can in fact influence music teachers' beliefs and experiences: and in understanding, there is potential to improve intercultural approaches to music education more generally. In increasingly diverse schools, the author highlights the need for culturally appropriate approaches to music planning, assessment and curricula. Thus, music teachers and learners will be able to understand the diversity of music education, and be encouraged to embrace a variety of methods and approaches in their own teaching. This inspiring book will be of interest and value to all those involved in teaching and learning music in various contexts.