How many times have you come up with a great musical idea, listened to it a million times, unable to develop it into a full-fledged song?
Developing an idea into the song it deserves is where most composers hit their wall. With this course you can build a workflow to focus and finish songs.
Balance your creative self and your methodical, rational mind.
No more endless folders of undeveloped drafts, no more melodies that "sound so great in my head" but are so clunky and cheap to hear in your DAW.
A solid method and a process easy to follow.
This course is here to give you precisely that. Develop the music that came naturally to you into full, finished songs.
Connecting melody, rhythm and harmony to the sound palette.
Learn to build a strong song structure.
A process that you can use every single time.
Convey your identity as a composer.
Don't get lost in tools, let your style, personality reflect.
What is included?
Turning a Melody Into the Signature of a Song
Maintaining Flow and Avoiding the "Copy-Paste" Looped Sound
Connecting Melody, Rhythm and Harmony to the Sound Palette
Basics of a Strong Musical Theme
Creating Contrast with Q & A Structure
Creating a Unique Style
Meet your Instructor.
Composer, musician, engineer and teacher.
Best Pianist/Keyboardist 2005 at Hollywood's Musicians Institute, Alberto joined productions in the progressive rock scene (Derek Sherinian, Planet X, TJ Helmerich) right after graduation, worked as assistant in sessions at the iconic Cello Studios, prepped music for some of the best musicians in the LA jazz scene and even landed a gig with pop star Joss Stone.
After honours on jazz piano performance with Berklee College of Music. Alberto opened Fuseroom Recording Studio in 2007 as a place to teach, produce and work on his music.
Alberto also works as a product specialist for companies like Dangerous Music, Universal Audio, Wholegrain Software, Lauten Audio and since 2014 is a chief beta tester at Focal while being one of the brilliant minds behind the success of pureMix Audio Tutorials, since 2013.