Private Courses

Private courses are available both in-person and virtually, tailored specifically for advanced and professional musicians. These courses are designed to challenge and enhance your musical skills through a combination of practical exercises and assignments. Participants can expect to receive exercises and homework assignments that may require a couple of hours to complete in preparation for the next session. This ensures a comprehensive understanding and application of the course material.

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Upon registration, you will be invited to a scheduling session where we will arrange all your meetings. For virtual participants, we will also ensure that all necessary technology is set up and functioning smoothly.

Arabic-Western Music Arrangement Challenges

Explore the complexities of integrating Arabic and Western musical instruments. This course offers an in-depth understanding of both the intersections and the distinct differences between these instruments, while addressing the following constraints and challenges:

  • Acoustical Constraints/Challenges: Understanding how different acoustic properties of Arabic and Western instruments interact and how to balance them in an ensemble setting.
  • Physical Constraints/Challenges: Managing the physical differences between instruments, including range, timbre, and playing techniques.
  • Cultural Constraints/Challenges: Navigating the cultural contexts and traditions that influence the use of instruments and their roles in music.
  • Music Theory and Harmonic Constraints/Challenges: Combining different theoretical frameworks and harmonic practices to create cohesive and innovative arrangements.

Physics of Music and Waveform Class

In this comprehensive course, we will delve into the physics of music and the nature of sound waves. Our goal is to analyze music and musical instruments from a scientific and physical perspective, providing a deeper understanding of how sound is produced, manipulated, and perceived.

Throughout the course, we will explore various key concepts and terms related to sound. Topics will include:

  • LUFS (Loudness Units Relative to Full Scale): Understanding how loudness is measured and standardized in audio production.
  • RMS (Root Mean Square): Analyzing the average power of audio signals and its significance in sound engineering.
  • Timbre: Examining the characteristics that differentiate sounds of the same pitch and loudness, and how different instruments produce unique tones.
  • Envelope: Studying the shape of a sound wave over time, including the attack, decay, sustain, and release (ADSR) phases, and their impact on the perception of sound.

By the end of this course, you will have a thorough understanding of the physical properties of sound and how these principles apply to music and musical instruments. Whether you’re an audio engineer, musician, or simply a sound enthusiast, this course will equip you with valuable knowledge and skills to enhance your expertise in the field of audio and music production.