AN ARTIST, WHO JUST HAPPENS TO LOVE TO TEACH.
AN ARTIST WHO JUST HAPPENS TO LOVE TO TEACH
Hi, Serik here. People call me Hyperbits.
I’m obsessed. Seriously. I’m completely and hopelessly obsessed with making music on a computer and teaching what I’ve learned along the way.
A few years ago, before I ever remixed artists like Beyonce, Tove Lo or Nick Jonas, I was a miserable, disgruntled, cubicle-slaving 9-to-5er.
Today, I’ve worked as a producer, remixer or engineer for some of the biggest labels in the world, like Universal, Sony, Island Def Jam, Virgin-EMI and Ultra. With all this real-world experience, I couldn’t believe how much misguided music production and industry knowledge was scattered throughout the internet.
I started the Hyperbits Masterclass for one simple reason: to discount those myths and share the truth. And in that process, a few other things happened: I was able to connect with hungry, up and coming music producers dedicated to honing their craft. And I fucking loved it.
I want to show you how to conquer advanced music production by learning to mix and master like the pros, rapidly increase your output, improve your workflow & creativity – and have fun doing it – with fellow producers in a cutting-edge online school. It really doesn’t matter if I’m remixing Beyonce, or working with you – the fundamentals are the same.
So look – my parents are teachers, my sister is a teacher, my grandmother was a teacher – it’s literally in my blood. Teaching music production is what I was meant to do, and hopefully you’ll see that in my energy and teaching style when you watch one of my free production workshops.
If video isn’t your thing – you can also get started by reading this article: 20 Lessons In Music Production I Wish I Knew When I Started. There is a lot in the article, and a lot to digest, but it’s a very honest, straight-forward, macro-view on the world of music production and a great place to get going with digesting all the awesome resources I spend my days putting together.
I’m looking forward to getting to know you! All the best on your music journey.
P.S. Outside of music, I’m a health enthusiast, fitness lover, 8-handicap golfer, avid plant-eater, and an inspired world traveller. I try to let my genuine love for life inform everything I do – in music, business, friendship and community.
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Above all else, creating music (whether on a computer, or not) is an art form. And at the end of the day, art is a human expression of imagination. We aren’t here to guide our students towards creating cookie-cutter music that mimics all the latest trends. Our goal is to cultivate and encourage art that is timeless, pushes boundaries and acts as the ultimate form of human expression.
Music may be an art form, but getting a professional sounding mix? A mixdown is a science. And anyone can learn to excute a proper mixdown with enough dedication and persistence. We don’t believe that your creativity should be hindered by your technical inabilities, which is why this school has become so powerful in transforming the musical lives of it’s students.
Between these two worlds of art and science, music is a craft that really, is quite fun. It engages both the left and right side of our brains, invigorates our senses, challenges all pre-conceived notions of our abilities, and on top of that, we get to do it in a collaborative environment with like-minded people. To us, that is a formula for passion – and we wouldn’t trade that for anything.