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Re: Tutors

Postby itroitnyah » 31 Oct 2012 18:32

bumped. For the beginners. Apologies if I annoyed you =P
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Re: Tutors

Postby Psypade » 01 Nov 2012 09:20

This is a very cool thing here. I wish I could help, but I am not the best musician :3
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 11 Nov 2012 19:25

Time for another bump.

I honestly hate doing these, I'm just going to ask to get this added to the getting started with music guide.
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Re: Tutors

Postby itroitnyah » 11 Nov 2012 19:36

We all appreciate your efforts to keep this thread alive.

Talk to one of the mods or two about getting this stickied.
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Re: Tutors

Postby Q-Dert » 11 Nov 2012 21:24

Genres: Just about anything electronic. I particularly like broken beat, hardcore, and anything experimental.
Strong points: I'm decent at the technical side of music production. I've always been great with computers, and anything I don't know, I'm eager to learn.
Weak points: Music theory, actually finishing a damn song.
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Re: Tutors

Postby Random111223 » 12 Nov 2012 14:16

Might aswell drop my info here. Ask me anything over skype, i'm glad to help! ^^


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Re: Tutors

Postby GumsOfGabby » 22 Nov 2012 11:58

I will do the bumping this time.

Genres: Currently drum and bass, house and electro.
Strengths (relative to me): Mixing, analog synthesis, track structure.
Weaknesses: Everything that isn't a strength.
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Re: Tutors

Postby Nine Volt » 23 Nov 2012 04:58

I guess I'll add my stuff.

Genres: Dnb (liquid, neurofunk), experimental stuff, some housey stuff, hybrid music, I've dabbled in dubstep
Strengths: Pretty much anything in Reason, structure, mixing/mastering, house chords, synth design (except FM)
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 19 Dec 2012 21:20

Bump.

I'm also going to organize all of the entries. The organization will be primarily by genre, with alphabetical organization in each of the categories. Also, its kinda helpful if people can see examples of the work you've done, so I'm going to add a link to each of your discographies. If you don't want to be added just fire me a message.

Changes should be up by tomorrow, so look forward to that I guess.
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Re: Tutors

Postby itroitnyah » 19 Dec 2012 21:37

awesome. Great thinking, Flatflish
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Re: Tutors

Postby Triple_B » 23 Dec 2012 00:59

I'll add myself to this list with some unique-ish strengths.

Genres: EDM; all day, every day. I know some areas better than others, but I have a fairly broad range of experiences.

Strengths: I had to get a second opinion on these... My original one was right. Crushing, really. Anyway,

Ideaology, personal and musical philosophy, psychology (It plays in more than you'd think), teamwork, history (specifically around the American/English EDM scenes of the past 20 years) search skills, (I can find anything via the web) independence as an artist (who needs managers/artists, psh), and live electronic performance, hardware & software technology.

Weaknesses: Everything, as far as I'm concerned.

DAW: Ableton Live 8, but well versed in FL Studio.

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Re: Tutors

Postby cloudshovit » 24 Dec 2012 14:19

Genres: UK garage, dubstep, post-dubstep, LA Bass, glitch-hop
Strengths: can't think of anything at this point really.
Weaknesses: MUSIC THEORY. badly needs help with this
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Re: Tutors

Postby Mondogreen » 25 Dec 2012 23:31

Genres: chillout, dubstep, anything in between
Strengths: NI Massive automation/envelopes
Weaknesses: any DAW besides Acid.

Anypony who knows Ableton Live inside and out would be a huuuge help to me. I'm just looking for a bro(ny) with a few years experience to help point me in the right direction as far as self-teaching goes, if that makes any sense. Who knows, maybe we can even be buddies. Skype name is stevechambers91
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Re: Tutors

Postby CaptainFluffatun » 25 Dec 2012 23:53

Genre: Orchestral
Strengths: Harmonization, melodies, chord theory, dynamics, strings, woodwinds
Shortcomings: Percussion, mastering, improvisation, trying new things
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Re: Tutors

Postby CrashDistortion » 26 Dec 2012 00:16

Genres: Ambient, Experimental, DnB, Dubstep (both oldskool dubstep and post Skrillex dubstep)
Strengths: Synth design, composing, Gray Noise FX, proper sampling, melody constructing.
Weaknesses: Mixing, using a compressor correctly, knowledge about VSTs, Not clipping
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Re: Tutors

Postby AdamTh3Walker » 26 Dec 2012 10:12

Genres: Jazz, improvisation (general), symphonic, downtempo, chillout, beat, pop, chillwave, glo-fi.
Strengths: Composition, technique and improv (piano esp.), mixing in a digital environment, general knowledge of and related to VST plugins. Most of all, patience! :P
So-so: Voice. I can impart precious little wisdom. I'm still learning and improving my own voice. Nevertheless, whatever I've learned, I'll be happy to pass on.
Weaknesses: Musical theory and nomenclature, mastering, synth design, sounding like "x"
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Re: Tutors

Postby LutariFan » 26 Dec 2012 14:47

Awesome thread! I could use some tutoring, thanks for making this ^^
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Re: Tutors

Postby HMage » 26 Dec 2012 16:50

Add me in somewhere general -- I can tutor on post processing stuff like mixing and mastering. No genre restrictions.

Mixing engineer.
Genre: any, from classical to dubstep
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 26 Dec 2012 20:59

Wow, lots of responses to this recently.

Sorry about the shitty layout right now, Christmas has been keeping me busy.
Tomorrow it'll be fixed. Cross my heart, hope to fly, stick a cupcake in my eye!
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 28 Dec 2012 00:29

Hey guys, I really need your feedback on the new layout. I still need to organize alphabetically, as well as confirm peoples primary genre.

Do you thinks it's too cluttered with the genre titles, or is it easier to navigate?
What direction should I take this thread in the future?
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Thanks to everybody who has contributed, you are all shining examples of what sets MLR apart from other, less friendly forums.
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Re: Tutors

Postby Nine Volt » 28 Dec 2012 00:34

I like the new layout, but my main genre definitely isn't DnB :P
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 28 Dec 2012 00:40

Ya, sorry about that, I either went with the first one listed, or threw errybody into the EDM general
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Re: Tutors

Postby Nine Volt » 28 Dec 2012 00:41

I think you should just split us up into EDM and non-EDM, considering we have genres listed in our info.
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Re: Tutors

Postby Conduit » 28 Dec 2012 01:08

All messages have been sent out, I'll see how it looks once people are actually under the right genre. If nobody replies though I'll just give up and do the EDM / Non-EDM split.

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Re: Tutors

Postby CaptainFluffatun » 28 Dec 2012 01:15

Nine Volt wrote:I think you should just split us up into EDM and non-EDM, considering we have genres listed in our info.

Um, no. This is the least fair statement I've seen all week.

House is a lot different than speedcore. EDM has innumerable subgenres. Just because you know how to pull off one subgenre doesn't mean you're a master at another.


AND ANOTHER THING:


There's more than one non-EDM genre, by the way. Tons, in fact. From orchestral to metal to folk to country to grunge to rap to WHATEVER. Sweeping all of these under the same roof would be downright disrespectful to music.
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