Producers, Engineers, Managers, Artists
Learn the basics of music and use it. Now!!!!!
What every Manager, Engineer, Producer and Artist working with music should know:
=The aesthetic concepts of sound and music. (Lesson one)
=How music is notated. (Lesson three)
=How to count measures and make sure you are in the right place at the right time. (Lesson five)
=How to transpose melodies from one key to another. (Lesson seven)
=How to follow a score or chart. (Lesson eleven)
=How to synchronize the score with the Engineer, Producer and Artist. (Appendix A)
=The characteristics of the different genres of music in the recording industry. (Lesson ten)
=the sound of instruments associated with recorded music. (Lesson nine)
Includes an audio CD that features instrumental samples from productions with:
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Kimo Williams is a composer/producer. His works have been performed by both national and international symphony orchestras to include the Philadelphia Symphony, Atlanta Symphony and Detroit Symphony.
He received commissions from AT&T, The Joffrey Ballet of Chicago, The United States Military Academy, The Steppenwolf Theater and many others. Kimo was the 29th recipient of the Lancaster Symphony’s Composer of the Year award for contributions to American Music.
He has produced six albums that included providing artistic directions to:Michael Brecker, Mike Stern, Victor Bailey, John Bruce Yeh, Gary Sinise, Jeff Richman,Tim Landers, Vinnie Colaiuta, Terry Becker, Bruce Otto, Jim Odgren, Steve Rodby, and others.
He is founder and director of KIMOTION a Symphonic Big-Band-Rock ensemble that has been labeled as a melding of Jimi Hendrix and Frank Zappa.
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