Samplecraze "1-2-1" Personal Tuition Courses
Samplecraze 1-2-1 Tutorials are designed to let you and a personal tutor work together on your own computer desktop via a Skype video/audio connection, so you can hear/see each other and your tutor can see what’s on your computer screen and hear what you're hearing.
This can be more convenient than signing up for and regularly attending an academic course, since you’re getting all the skill and expertise of a personal tutor on a 1-2-1 basis on your own computer in your own studio at the most convenient time for you, Samplecraze states.
Eddie Bazil of Samplecraze has written music for film and theatre productions, produced artists in a variety of different musical genres and remixes for artists such as Buster Rhymes, has a background in sound design for companies such as Emu, Propellerheads and Native Instruments, his sound libraries and custom samples feature on several albums, and his video tutorials are already out there.
Now, via the Internet, he's offering the benefits of his experience on a 1-to-1 basis to individual students in the comfort of their own studios.
For more details, check out the Samplecraze 1-2-1 Tutorials.
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