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Music, Creativity, Art
Get tips on how to create music from none other than the award-winning Moby.
What you will learn
- Insider tips and tricks on how to write an award-winning album
- How to stay relevant in the ever-evolving musical world
- Music production tips
More About the Class
With a career spanning more than 20 years, Moby has cemented himself as one of the most innovative and individual forces in electronic and popular music. Since the release of his first record all the way back in 1991, Moby has sold over 20 million albums worldwide. More than twelve million of those sales can be attributed to his fifth studio album ‘Play’ which topped the charts in five countries and was certified platinum in a further 15. But how did he do it? How did he write something that is loved by millions of people the world over? How does he continue to write and not be pigeonholed by that one body of work? These are all questions that only Moby can answer.
Sign up to delve into the mind of the master that brought us ‘Porcelain’ and ‘Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?’.
This session is perfect for producers wanting find out just what exactly goes into making tunes that are loved the world over. It would also, of course, be a super sweet for diehard Moby fans. This session will include a Q&A with the man himself.
More About this Coach
Moby, a musician/DJ/published photographer in his own right, is one of the hardest working dudes in music today. Constantly touring, he’s played well over 3,000 shows and has produced and remixed iconic artists like David Bowie, Metallica, The Beastie Boys and Public Enemy.
Come September 27, Moby will have released his 11th studio album, ‘Innocents’. Working with a producer for the first time in his career (friend Mark “Spike” Stent whose CV includes Madonna and U2), Moby also enlisted a star-studded group of collaborators that includes The Flaming Lips’ Wayne Coyne and alt-rock legend Mark Lanegan. ‘Innocents’ is epic, emotional and melodic reminding us of Moby’s musical ingenuity and singles him out as one of music’s most creative forces.