Computer Music May 2018 PDF
Soft / Music Magazines 23-03-2018
Computer Music May 2018 PDF
Start-to-finish keys course | FREE Scale Player MIDI plugin | Dave Clarke interview | 3 sample packs | Tom Hades 90-min studio video | Arturia VC6 & Logic Pro 10.4 guides… and more!

PLAY KEYBOARD LIKE A PRO
This month, we bring you the definitive start-to-finish course to help hone your skills on the black ‘n’ whites – no matter what stage you’re at.

Across 16 mag pages and 15 expert tutorial videos, we’ll cover…

The history of the keyboard
MIDI keyboard buyer’s guide
Anatomy of a typical MIDI keyboard
Basic hand positioning
Playing basic scales, with interval patterns
Chord formulas for major and minor triads
Finger-independence exercises
Major-to-minor arpeggio exercises
Minor blues scale exercises
Using a sustain pedal
Synth solo techniques - playing a monosynth
Setting up and using the pitchbend wheel
A synth’s mod wheel explained
Organ and clavinet technique
Aftertouch explored 
How MIDI assignments work
And much more!
Check out one of the videos from the feature below, and get the rest with Computer Music issue 255.


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