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Skream

Always original

About the course

Skream shares his hard-won wisdom on how to grow as an artist and how to keep up with the ever-evolving music scene – all while staying true to your identity. His unique story, which takes us from the birth of Dubstep through to expanding his output to other electronic genres, is as inspiring as it is informative. Are you ready to think outside the box?

Learn in your own time

You can take our courses any time, anywhere, on any device (except for a fax machine). Turn your commute into the best hour of the day or be inspired at 2am when you just can’t sleep. Learn in your own time and at your own pace.

Length
1 hour
Language
English
Classes
7

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Your teacher

Skream

Skream

Skream, real name Oliver Jones, is an unparalleled producer from Croydon, South London. Since pioneering the bass-heavy Dubstep sounds with genre-defining classics like 'Midnight Request Line', Skream has never been one to rest on his laurels. Now working across a range of electronic styles including Disco, House and Techno, his music continues to inspire and draw large crowds from across the globe.

What you'll learn

Skream is an industry legend and one of Dubstep’s originators with nearly two decades worth of experience in the game. But to get to this level took a lot of hard work and the right know-how. In this course, Skream talks you through the birth of Dubstep right through to what it took to evolve stay relevant in today's music scene. You'll get advice on staying creatively motivated, the basics of management, and how to network with like-minded individuals straight from a man that’s been there from the beginning.

Get ready to reach new heights. In this course, you’ll learn:

  • The origins of Dubstep from one of the genre’s founding fathers
  • People skills and how to build a network of contacts
  • Basic management structure and when to hire a manager
  • Versatility and the benefits of being multi-genre
  • Being true to your craft and staying inspired

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