Harmonizing Tradition and Innovation: The Contemporary Application of Hindustani Music in the Modern Industry
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5d ago
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The Sound of Success: A Roadmap to Building a Rewarding Career in Sound Engineering 
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The lure of the Indian audio industry 
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JAZZ NATION – Multiple ways of speaking jazz  
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Where Do All the Songs Come From?
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Difference between Music Production & Sound Engineering
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by Shadaab Kadri
1y ago
We get a lot of inquiries from students who tell us that they want to learn Sound Engineering but what they mean is that they want to learn Music Production. This is a common misunderstanding and to make things clearer we thought we’d make this chart which will help y’all get some clarity about the difference between the two subjects. You can also watch the video below which explains the difference between a producer and an engineer. Click here to know more about our Music Production Course. Click here to know more about our Pro Sound Course.     The post Difference between Mu ..read more
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Music Producers vs. Audio Engineers : Nomenclature of Names, Designations and Titles used in the field of music
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by Shadaab Kadri
1y ago
Sound Engineers The simplest explanation is that music producers compose or produce music while sound engineers record and mix music. The designation ‘Music Producer’ has come in vogue in the past twenty years or so. Sound Engineers have existed since the era of radio broadcasting that commenced in the 1920s. These lab coat-wearing personnel looked quite different from the modern sound engineer. It is important to understand the history of names and designations used in the field of music over the past hundred odd years. Composer Before the advent of music technology, music was composed by com ..read more
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Meet the Faculty – Aron Nyiro (Head of Drum Department)
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by Shadaab Kadri
1y ago
What’s the hardest part about being a musician and what’s the best?I think the hardest part is probably handling uncertainty. As a working musician you necessarily have to be a freelancer. Therefore you’ll have busy times and quiet times and can never really know what’s going to happen 2 month in the future. This is stressful and beautiful at the same time. Of course I’m talking in very general since we are all different, for some people the artistic improvement is the most important, for some money, others want to be rock stars and all face different struggles. The best part is that you (hop ..read more
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Meet the Faculty – Alfie Copovi (Head of Keyboard Department)
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by Shadaab Kadri
1y ago
1. What is the hardest part about being a musician and what’s the best?I think the hardest part of being a musician is to realize that the music has been commercialized to the point of not encouraging creativity and originality. The instability of work as a performer is also a downside, nowadays live music is not so common so normally you have to share a small number of venues with lots of bands, and sadly enough quality is often not the factor that will get you selected. On the other hand, the best part of being a musician is the experience of it. If you manage to survive on music, or even t ..read more
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Music Production Tips & Tricks – Part 1
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by True School
2y ago
‘As an aspiring music producer, earlier on in the process, we do tend to get confused and sidetracked with the amount of valuable and the not so valuable information which is out there for us. The Dos and Don’ts of Music production and the hows and ifs and the endless banter that comes with it. What gets missed out is the basic tips and tricks that you need to understand when you are starting off as a producer. So here are a few tips that will help you to get started and allow you to wrap your head around all the important information that you need to know in your infancy stage of being a mus ..read more
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