I first got into computer music in the early 90's with the software "Cakewalk." I moved on the Sonic Foundry's "Acid" loop software. In community college around 2002 I took classes in Computer Music and Recording. We used Cubase in Computer Music class and I eventually purchased Cubase SX for myself. I used Cubase for years and have helped aspiring musicians get started with it.
Currently, I personally use the new Mac Book Pro laptop running Logic Pro X software. This is an amazing time to get into computer music production. The creative potential and all of it's tools is astounding! I can even help you build your home studio setup with only a small budget.
Self Defense class
I have 2 decades of Martial Arts experience. Basic self defense is the most simple concept in most Martial disciplines and is usually taught first. It is not hard to learn but does take the effort of disciplined practice to build the proper reflexes and confidence to be able to make techniques work in an unexpected situation. Yes, I have used Martial Arts to successfully defend myself. No, I do not go into details about it.
Still, classes are done in a relaxed and positive manner and I can accomodate techniques requests for specific circumstances.
The first 2 loves of my life, Music and Martial Arts.
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I make sure they have the most current version of the software.
Check that all the sounds available are downloaded in the sound library.
Run a sound test to calibrate the output of the speakers to the acoustics of the room.
Get started exploring sound!
I took college classes in Computer Music. I've been at it for over 2 decades. I've been through much of the problems that such endeavors bring. I have tech friends who I rely on for additional support.
People started asking me for help and showing interest.
Mainly pro musicians but also a few hobbyists.
As long as they know the software, meet the students specific needs and are patient and positive then it's a win.
Write all of your problems and concerns down so we can work through them.