Online Open Day – Free Workshop

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Online Open Day – Free Workshop

In our online livestream you get to experience a free virtual classroom as taught in our online study programme.

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10. Dezember 2022 | 12:00-14:00

Chord Progressions & Melodies with Julian Torres

Agenda:

  • Introduction to online courses at UPOP Online
  • Virtual Classroom session with JULIAN
  • POP Campus Tour
  • How to enrol for April 2023
  • Topic: Chord Progressions & Melodies

Topic: GUITAR RECORDING

Description: In this free session Producer / Engineer Idan Altman

(https://united-pop.com/nl/trainers/idan-altman) will explain about the mechanics of sound reproduction in electric guitars and describe the differences between different types of popular electric guitars which can be heard on countless records (Gibson, Fender, Gretsch, Epiphone etc).

At the end of this free trial session, you will:

understand the difference between single coil and humbucker pickups

know how to shape the sound of an electric guitar with the pickup selector and tone section

know how to setup an amplifier and pedals in the right way for creating clean and distorted sounds

Teacher: Idan Altman

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