Learn Music Technology
Think of the Music Technology subject as 'Music With Technology' as one cannot succeed without the other. Having a good understanding of both music theory and technical ability will reward any aspiring Music Producer with great self made music every time.
Learn Music Production & Recording Studio Skills
For decades music production has been the obvious "next step" for musicians as it is an area where musicians can easily apply their talents. At times, learning the studio technology, recording methods and mindsets can be difficult. The internet has an unlimited pool of information that teaches music production and mixing skills, however, many online video tutorials are subjective and miss important techniques.
Rodel Sound's tuition offers to coach you in the areas where you require help. Dan at Rodel Sound ensures you grasp every fundamental lesson behind any area of 'Music with Technology' you wish to learn. Dan's lessons will become second nature to you and most importantly part of your musical intuition which will enable you to grow as a music producer, mixer or recording engineer.
One To One student Tuition fees
£35 per hour
£250 - 8 week term (8 x 1 hour lessons)
- Bookings to be made via the Book Studio page
- Ages 10 years old and above
- Beginners to advanced levels welcome
This music production video tutorial will teach you how to connect an outboard stereo compressor unit for use in a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). We show you how to set up a studio outboard unit in Pro Tools, but rest assured this process applies to any DAW and audio interface with sufficient I/O.
Reflection filters offer an affordable alternative to expensive acoustic treatment products such as foam panels seen in many "acoustically treated" recording studios.
Improve your singing abilities and vocal recording skills in this singing tutorial video that covers 4 main areas in vocal performance and music production.
This tutorial video demonstrates how control surfaces help to speed up music mixing workflows.
There is nothing quite like recording a real acoustic upright piano with microphones in a recording studio. Music producers often reach for piano software instruments for convenience. Virtual pianos never come close to the organic feel and natural tonality of a real acoustic piano being playing in a room.
Understanding how to properly record acoustic guitars with microphones is one of the most important skills used by music producers & recording studios. Many people cut corners when acoustic guitar recording by using the built in D.I. but by recording the guitar this way deprives the recording of the full character and tonality of the instrument.