SYNTHESIZER

MUSIC IS AN EXPERIENCE, NOT AN EXACT SCIENCE

– Ennio Morricone.

Composers:

Hans Zimmer, Skrillex, Eurythmics, Jean Michel Jarre, Depeche Mode.

Representative performers:

Adam Young, Liam Howlett, Dick Hyman, Józef Skrzek.

What it is:

also known as the electronic synthesizers, it’s a machine that generates and changes sounds with the help of a computer. Used both in composition and live concerts.

Why choose the synthesizer:

It allows for diverse interpretation and infinite composition.

Helps you create compositions with character.

Allows for excellent control of sound parameters.

Is a starting point for musical production.

Stimulates cognitive development with artistic and logic exercises.

Simulates multiple instruments and sounds which are otherwise unusable.

Why Music4All for synthesize lessons:

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Your teacher is a student, graduate or professor at the Conservatory.

The process is based exclusively on individual sessions.

Flexible classes tailor to the student’s schedule.

We provide a space where you can exercise in peace with your favorite environment.

Classes can begin at 4 years old.

The curriculum is EQF-certified.

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The classes take place both in Romanian and English.

We provide all the manuals, study applications and recordings.

Personalized curriculum based on personal objectives and grading certificates.

Curriculum for the modern musician.

A great option for introducing multiple instruments and effects.

Learning process based on Debut and 8 levels.

Debut

For students who are absolute beginners. The sections develops fundamental skills and techniques.

Debut 1 and Debut 2 exams are based on 5 components, basic technical exercises, two performances from a given repertoire, hearing component based on recognizing notes or dictation.

Grade 1

For students who have been studying the synthesizer for at least 6-12 months and already know the basics. They start to use more advanced techniques.

Grade 1 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 2

Students with 1-1.5 years of experience. They have deeper understanding of techniques and skills and are focused on learning new techniques and more difficult rhythms.

Grade 2 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 3

The student already has a strong foundation and is getting ready to pass their final beginner level exam. They are learning about stylistics, the rhythms are becoming increasingly complex.

Grade 3 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 4

The first intermediary level, the student has 3 years of study. They are developing their techniques and rhythm while learning about musical styles.

Grade 4 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 5

The final intermediate grade. The student is getting ready for more advanced study that requires technical knowledge.

Grade 5 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 6

Students already have 4 years of experience and are entering their first advanced grade. They know complex techniques and are started to rely more and more on stylistics and to let their personality shine through when performing.

Grade 6 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 7

The student is developing their own style, individual performance is very important. Stylistic sense is very developed and they are playing advanced songs.

Grade 7 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

Grade 8

Well thought interpretation and personal style.

Grade 8 exams consist of:

Technical exercises – ranges, arpeggios, or study

3 songs selected from a 3-category repertoire

Discussion about theory, the instrument and performance

Reading a song for the first time

Intermittent hearing test, note recognition, dictation

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Course configuration