a Udemy course

CSS 3 Visual Learninga Udemy course — strikes a balance between succinct explanation and complete visualizations of code so that the key concepts are learned through easy-to-follow examples.

This course details comprehensively the practice of enhancing the visual styling of HTML-structured web content through the use of Cascading Style Sheets, by covering CSS 3 syntax and properties.

The course assumes a prior knowledge of HTML. If you have worked through the precursor course to this one– HTML 5 Visual Learning– or have equivalent knowledge and skills in using markup for HTML pages, you will be able to…


a Udemy course

Whether you want to become a professional web developer, or create websites to use as a communication tool, this Udemy course will get you well on your way with its many examples and resources.

HTML 5 Visual Learning strikes a balance between succinct explanation and complete visualizations of code so that the key concepts are learned through easy-to-follow examples.

The course assumes no previous knowledge of HTML, web development or programming. You will very quickly gain the skills you need to write the original source files for creating websites.

Dozens of code snippets are provided for you to experiment with to develop your HTML 5 skills. I show you how to use an online IDE (integrated learning environment) for practicing and pre-visualizing your HTML code.

This course is based on my Mike Ludo (a pen name) web development books.


from my free Udemy course, Making Electronic Music and Visuals

Making beats can be a complex subject, which is why there are artists and producers who specialize in beat and groove production. Here I will outline the main general ways that beats are produced in contemporary electronic music production.

Sequencing

When you look at typical electronic music sequencers, you may not realize that you are looking a rows of whole notes, at least as they are typically configured. After all, a whole note looks like this:


EDM’s Mix Profile Archetype

from my free Udemy course, Making Electronic Music and Visuals

This article touches on something that is very easy to do at home, and yet I’ve managed to procrastinate for maybe half a year before finally getting around to blogging about it!

While my own music does not usually adhere to mix norms — since I come from an experimental and electroacoustic music background where more rules are usually broken than followed : ) — proverbially one is supposed to at least know the rules before allowing oneself to break them. …


A vertical video on Instagram

from my free Udemy course, Making Electronic Music and Visuals

Making vertical versions of your videos for social media is straightforward in DaVinci Resolve, though there are a few quirks to keep in mind when preparing your clips for pushing through the global mobile infoverse. This tutorial assumes you’ve made a horizontal video and simply want to make it vertical, but if you want to edit many clips while in vertical mode, the same steps would apply.

In essence, all you need to do is flip the Width and Height dimensions so that your vertical video is set to 1080…


This video (part of my Intro to Max online course) covers key concepts for working in the Max environment:


from my free Udemy course, Making Electronic Music and Visuals

Help and Documentation are a fast right-click away with any Max object. Let’s imagine a patch consisting of a single giant button object:


from my free Udemy course, Making Electronic Music and Visuals

Downbeats are powerful organization magnets which tend to attract a lot of activity around them, such as bass drum kicks, loops and chord changes. Melody, however, can easily skirt the downbeat and all strong accents actually, which allows for interesting compositional things to happen as a result.

In the example shown in the image above, the drum pattern, bass line, chord change stings and arpeggio are all tightly grooved into restarting on the downbeat, but the red arrow is pointing at a melodic element acting independently from all that downbeat…

Michael 'Myk Eff' Filimowicz, PhD

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