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"Having the technological tools and skills to play our instrument has become a key element for scoring films these days. In my classes, we analyze and experiment with real-world examples to open a door for the students, the door of creativity that technology should not limit, but without forgetting that these tools are just tools to write music, sync to picture, and create mock-ups, keeping in mind that in the best-case scenario, their music will be performed by human beings."
"Mastery over technology influences the way you convey feelings with your music, but also empowers your creativity and improves the palette of colors to have a unique, personal voice. The goal is to master this technological knowledge to allow the students to write music as they want and feel, rather than the computer limiting the parameters of the music."
"Technology allows us to develop fast and efficient studio workflows to meet the usually very tight deadlines in the professional world. I enjoy showing examples, tips, and tricks that will allow the students to deliver successfully any kind of project that lands on their desks."