Karl Skivington
Karl Skivington is a teacher of music based in Nottingham, UK. He is an Associate of the London College of Music and a graduate from the University of Wales Institute, Cardiff. He holds professional associate diploma in teaching guitar and a 1st class degree in music education.
Tutorials
  • Music & Audio
    Quick Tip: How To Sound Like Minimalist Composer Steve ReichPreview%20pic
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    This quick tip describes the common composing techniques, provides links to examples and gives suggestions on how you can do it yourself.Read More…
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    Quick Tip: How to Create a Natural Reverberation Sound by Bussing CorrectlyPreview
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    Compression can suck the dynamics out of your track's reverb. In this tutorial we learn how to use correct bussing so that your reverb still sounds natural even though your track is heavily compressed.Read More…
  • Music & Audio
    Quick Tip: Improve Your Right-Hand Finger Picking ControlAcoustic guitar player closeup with focus on the hand
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    In this quick tip today I will teach you three easy steps to improving your right-hand finger picking control for pieces that use arpeggio techniques. But before we begin, it's important to understand the following two terms - Plant and Play.Read More…