The Power of Articulations

power of articulations

The Power of Articulations

Happy new Year and welcome back to Guy’s shed! To kick of 2017, we are happy to share with you another tutorial, so you can start this year with some great advice on how to transform your music.

In this video, Guy explains the power of articulations. At ThinkSpace, we receive a lot of questions about articulations and have found that some people just stick to one articulation. We hope this video will help you include controllers and change articulations, so you can turn your good music into incredible music.

Watch the video on the Power of Articulations below:

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Guy Michelmore

Guy Michelmore

Guy Michelmore is the company director of ThinkSpace Education. He is also an Emmy nominated composer, specializing in music for television and film.


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