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CScales

Learn to make music by re-creating popular songs

CScales

Learn to make music by re-creating popular songs

CScales teaches anyone how to create music by re-creating songs by popular artists. Unlike other music production courses out there, our courses will walk you through the whole process of sound design, song composition and music theory all using examples within modern music. You'll be making songs by artists The Chainsmokers, DJ Snake, Post Malone, and many more.

With our video courses, you don't have to know anything to start. We will guide you through step by step teaching you the fundamental skills necessary to get your first song under your belt in no time. After it all, you'll have a clear understanding of how music production works and you'll be producing your own songs in no time.

Recently I heard this phrase: “Children who went to music school are completely different children!” A guitar teacher told me to which I brought my son to audition. For the sake of experiment, I watched the children in a music school. But the truth is! Children are more calm, thoughtful, adequate. Why?
Music contributes to the full development of the child and helps to build skills for future schooling, especially skills for language acquisition and reading. Learning to play a musical instrument can contribute to the development of mathematical thinking, and even increase school performance. Why? You can find answers to these questions in the article How binaural beats affect our brain https://minddevice.net/binaural-beats/how-music-and-binaural-beats-affect-our-brain/ and remember that music, like perhaps no other art, can affect the mood, create it. All musical works can be divided into activating and relaxing, soothing. In general, the perception of music is closely connected with mental processes, that is, it requires attention, observation, quick wit. Music perceived by the auditory receptor affects the general condition of the whole organism, causes reactions related to changes in blood circulation and respiration.

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