recreating the hit song "Hello" from Adele
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recreating the hit song "Hello" from Adele

learn how to use modern music production techniques and how to create backing tracks
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Created by Gábor Csordás
Last updated 11/2016
English
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  • 2.5 hours on-demand video
  • 4 Articles
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • have their own professionally produced version of the song "Hello" by Adele
  • have experience in producing professional backing tracks
  • have an insight of modern music production techniques
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Requirements
  • basic experience with Logic
  • basic music theory knowledge
Description

In this course we are going to recreate the hit song "Hello" by Adéle. 

One of the biggest smash hits of the decade, "Hello" is wonderfully produced song, which not only lives up to todays production standards, but also introduces some new concepts in pop music. 

You might think these sort of productions come from another planet, but this course reveals, the creators are just as human as we are. We are going to re-produce the whole song with only using software available to most people.

We'll go step by step, so carefully following the course we'll let you have your own professionally sounding version of the song. We'll cover all the notes played in the song, and we'll go over all the details in mixing and producing, so you'll have an understanding of modern sound design principles that you'll be able to use in your own productions. 

You'll be able to have your own version of this fascinating song, and gain useful experience in backing track production as well.


Who is the target audience?
  • people who want to learn about modern music production
  • people who want to know how to create professional backing tracks
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Curriculum For This Course
27 Lectures
02:37:15
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Introduction to re-production
2 Lectures 09:58

getting to know the song structure, setting up song parts with arrangement markers in Logic

Preview 08:10
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finding the notes
9 Lectures 01:09:25

a short introduction about the basics of re-production: finding the right notes

Introduction to finding the notes of a song
01:41

writing/adding the piano notes for the whole song.

piano chords
12:12

adding the notes played by the bass for the whole song

Preview 09:31

adding the notes played by the drums

the kick and snare notes
13:04

adding the crashes and the hihats in the song

hihats and crashes
12:36

adding some additional fx in the song

additional noises
05:34

adding the strings to the song

strings
08:22

adding the guitar notes to the song

guitar
05:50

summary of section 2
00:35
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mixing
12 Lectures 47:48
introduction to mixing
01:56

refining the piano sound, adding insert fx

the piano sound
02:41

working on the sound of the bass, adding insert fx

Preview 05:02

finding the sound of the guitar, insert fx

the guitar sound
04:21

setting up a little sidechaing compression

sidechaining
05:57

working on the sounds of the strings

the string sounds
01:41

working on the sound of the kick and the snare

kick and snare sounds
04:12

some more tricks in the drums department

additional drums mixing
05:59

working on the hihat sound

the hihat sound
05:10

setting up the main reverb for the last choruses

reverbs
04:57

working on the reversed transitions before the choruses

transitions
04:50

summing up the mixing process

summary of part 3
01:02
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summary and conclusions
4 Lectures 30:07

adding surprise vocals

vocals
07:33

some treatment for the mastering bus

mastering
06:04

finally we are done! let's listen to our work!

Let's listen!
14:10

summary
02:20
About the Instructor
Gábor Csordás
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Born in 1981 in Budapest, Hungary. 

After graduating from the Budapest University of Technology with a MA in IT, my life took a 180' twist, and i've become a full-time musician. 

I have around 15 years of professional experience in live music playing, music production and studio work, and teaching. I've always been giving 1v1 piano and music lessons, as teaching is one of my passions. 

I've spent 4 years in Berlin, Germany, where i've met some world class musicians, and participated in many exciting projects. 

Names from that era include the Celine Dion vocalist Rachelle Jeanty, the superb bassist Noriaki Hosoya, and i've became one of the producers behind the upcoming singer-songwriter Lean Bravo.

After two years of cruise ship adventure, i moved back to Hungary, where i've produced singles and EP-s for one of the country's finest singers, Júlia Horányi, aka Youli. More of my compositions have been played on national television in evening shows, and on the radio. 

I've remixed the likes of Amalia, Vindahl, Robert Glasper, and Moby. 

Besides producing, i'm also an active pianist and keyboardist, i've recently recorded a contemporary jazz trio album, and i often give solo piano recitals.