Do you intend to produce your own cover song to be posted up on Youtube and other social media, but having problems with copyright due to using the original minus one? Don’t worry, as long as you rearrange the song you wouldn’t have much of a problem.
In this workshop you will learn ideas and tips to rearrange a cover song to a different genre. This will lead your cover songs to obtain more view as it is a fresh and different idea from the original tune.
What will you learn?
1. Basic terms and concept of producing a cover song
2. Produce your own brand-new minus one (karaoke/background music) for cover song
3. What are loops and what is it for?
4. Learn to create new and fresh content for your social media
Who can sign up for this?
1. Beginner music producers
2. Non music students who want to kick start their cover song project
3. Cover song producers that wants a different idea for content
About the instructor
Classically trained and a graduate from the UK in Music Technology and Popular Music, Gillian applies her skills as a musician in various areas – previously working in the field of audio production at Pulse Soundworks, playing keys for live acts, performing as a sessionist, and giving lessons.
Passionate about creative work and teaching, Gillian previously worked at Pulse Soundworks studio and has worked with numerous establishments, such as the L&H Academy, and Songster Music Studio. Meantime Gillian is also composing and sending in song demos to Universal Music Publishing. This has helped build her portfolio, and given her working experience within various related departments – making her an all-rounded musician savvy in both the performance and business aspects of music.
Gillian has a few original compositions in the market which can be searched in Youtube, Spotify, Apple Music etc such as:
1. Best I can Be – Najwa Tashi
2. Multicolored Lies – Danielle Desiree
3. On Starlit Wings – Rayven
4. More Than This – Tim Lim
Q1: Is it difficult to rearrange a song?
A1: It can be easy and can be difficult, if you don’t have skills to play music instrument there will be an option to use loops.
Q2: Is there any age range for applicants?
A2: We would suggest for age 12 and above.
Q3: Do I get to contact the instructor if I have any further questions in the future?
A3: Yes you can through email, the instructor will help you as much as possible.