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COMPOSER BOOT CAMP

COMPOSER BOOT CAMP
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NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON

NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON
NEW Libertaria Chronicles Expanded Edition at AMAZON

The #1 Music Marketing Mistake Musicians Make On Facebook

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5 Strategies for marketing and selling music: How musicians can promote ...

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In this video tutorial I explain how musicians can do marketing for the music they make, and make money from their music by doing successful music promotion and marketing. It is difficult to sell music, but it can be done. In the video tutorial I talk about how musicians can fund their music ventures by selling music online and do live shows locally to make money from their music online and offline.

Many musicians come to me and ask how to raise money. Unfortunately, it is very difficult to raise money for music. My advice is to begin growing their reach and their marketing channels any way they can. This can mean starting and making money from their own YouTube channel and other social media websites. They can also sell their music on iTunes. And then there is the old and traditional way of making money if you are a musician, which is playing shows.
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3 Ways to Embrace Creativity AND Family! - Crazy Creative Life Sabrina P...

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There are three ways to embrace creativity and your family. Maybe you are a parent, balancing a full time job or school, have an illness, or are taking care of an ailing relative. Fitting in time for film, music, art, and other creative pursuits may seem impossible, but you can do it by following these three key ways:



1) Prioritize Your Life

2) Strategize a Plan

3) Economize Your Time



In this video I give you some pointers on how you can try to balance creativity and your family life and other "real world" obligations and responsibilities.



You CAN enjoy creativity, whether it is art, music, film, or writing.



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How to do Color Correction in Final Cut for Moviestorm Animation Footage

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How to do Color Correction in Final Cut for Moviestorm Animation Footage - Sabrina Pena Young

So I am making a short animated film for an upcoming film contest in Buffalo. I've been using a program called Moviestorm for a long time now for animation, but the results are missing that cinematic look. So I just bought a new mac last year with Final Cut X and now am doing color grading, color correction, and some basic focusing to make the shots look more vibrant. For this short film, called the Murder Zone, I am borrowing the color palette from 2001: A Space Odyssey. I am not copying the color scheme exactly, but I am borrowing some of the colors and using the palette as a guide.



You can download these palettes online with google. Just look for "color palettes famous films" and literally a hundred palettes will be available through Google images.



Best of luck on your own work!



@dalatindiva



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Jazz Fundamentals: What Is Swing?

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Bryan Carter and his band swing music for you and show you how this rhythmic feel is the backbone of Jazz!


Learn more at the Jazz Academy: http://academy.jazz.org

Bryan Carter - Drums
Camille Thurman - Saxophone
Chris Pattishall - Piano
Justin Poindexter - Guitar
Kathleen Murray - Bass

Eric Suquet - Director
Bill Thomas - Director of Photography
Aaron Chandler - Sound Engineer
Richard Emery - Production Assistant
Seton Hawkins - Producer
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