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Notating Music
  • Music Theory 108
  • Notating Music
  • 2 Reviews
  • Being able to notate music is a valuable skill for any musician to have. In this music theory course, master composer and arranger Gregg Fine explains all the fundamentals you need to start writing your own scores and lead sheets.
Reading Music
  • Music Theory 107
  • Reading Music
  • 1 Reviews
  • Imagine seeing a written melody or a score and immediately being able to sing or play it. This course, with its 12 built-in practice exercises, teaches you how to do it. Learn to read music now with, our expert music theory teacher, Gregg Fine.
Pedalboard Setups Explored
  • Guitar Production 202
  • Pedalboard Setups Ex...
  • 2 Reviews
  • So many pedals and not enough feet! What’s the best way to use all those amazing FX? How do you organize all those cables and power supplies? Gregg Fine has the answers to make your pedals really rock!
Guitar FX Explored
  • Guitar Production 201
  • Guitar FX Explored
  • No Reviews
  • Guitar pedals and FX are like modular synths. They’re powerful audio processors that you can patch together in all kinds of creative ways. What do these FX really do and how do you best use them? This course reveals it all!
Pop Arranging Explored
  • Guitar Production 101
  • Pop Arranging Explor...
  • 5 Reviews
  • Great sounding guitar parts don’t happen all on their own. There’s a lot of musical techniques that you can deploy to ensure that the parts all work together and sound their best. That’s what this course is all about!
Rhythm & Listening Skills
  • Ear Training 103
  • Rhythm & Listening S...
  • 3 Reviews
  • In previous courses you’ve learned how to listen for melody and harmony. Now it’s time to zoom out and discover how to hear rhythm! This course, with its challenging listening exercises, teaches you how to hear music’s powerful pulse. Educate your ears with Gregg Fine!
Harmony and Chord Progressions
  • Ear Training 102
  • Harmony and Chord Pr...
  • 4 Reviews
  • In the Ear Training 101 course you learned how to identify melodic notes and intervals. In this exercise-filled, 49-video course, Gregg Fine teaches you how to hear chords and harmonies. Educate your ears!
Melodies, Intervals and Scales
  • Ear Training 101
  • Melodies, Intervals ...
  • 10 Reviews
  • Whether you perform, listen to or mix music, knowing the intervals and chords behind what you hear is an essential skill that all musicians need to have. The good news is that you can train your ears — beginning right here — in this course by Gregg Fine.
Jazz Improvisation Techniques
  • Music Theory 202
  • Jazz Improvisation T...
  • 5 Reviews
  • Musicians – playing jazz and other genres – use improvisation to explore their creativity and to generate musical ideas. This course – by the talented jazz artist Gregg Fine – shows how to unleash the power of improvisation in your music!
Jazz Theory Explored
  • Music Theory 201
  • Jazz Theory Explored
  • 10 Reviews
  • Jazz tonalities influence all kinds of music from Pop to EDM. Discover how these colorful musical techniques work and learn how they’re constructed in this 34-tutorial Jazz Theory course by Gregg Fine...
Building Chord Progressions
  • Music Theory 106
  • Building Chord Progr...
  • 24 Reviews
  • Chord progressions give your song some emotion and direction. They are the canvas on which to build great melodies and rhythms! Learn all about creating them in this 30-tutorial course from our Music Theory expert, Gregg Fine...
  • Music Theory 105
  • Basslines
  • 27 Reviews
  • Get ready to track the bass with producer Gregg Fine in this "groove-along" course that will break down the bass lines and show you how to create your own grooves...
Song Form
  • Music Theory 104
  • Song Form
  • 25 Reviews
  • Understanding song form is essential to songwriting. Learn all how to enhance the power of your songs with macProVideo's music theory expert, Gregg Fine...
  • Music Theory 103
  • Rhythm
  • 29 Reviews
  • In this 3rd tutorial in our series on Music Theory, Master Arranger and Composer Gregg Fine explores the nature of Rhythm and why it’s the driving force in music and composition...
  • Music Theory 102
  • Harmony
  • 36 Reviews
  • Chords infuse music with color and emotion. Learn the theory and magic behind creating chords in this Harmony tutorial by Master Composer and Arranger Gregg Fine.
  • Music Theory 101
  • Melody
  • 69 Reviews
  • Ever wonder why certain melodies stick with you forever while others trigger an intense emotional response? Why does this happen? Well, it’s not accidental! In this tutorial you’ll learn the theory and the art of melody writing...
Composing For Commercials
  • Music Scoring 201
  • Composing For Commer...
  • 22 Reviews
  • Learn the techniques that successful "spot" composers use to compose their 30-second masterpieces as they conduct their way through the complex world of creating music for commercials...

Gregg Fine

Gregg Fine
Gregg Fine, founder and principal composer of Hidden Tiger Music, is an award-winning guitarist, multi-instrumentalist and veteran composer of music for advertising.


A native of South Florida, Gregg soaked up the influence of the Miami music scene as a youth and quickly progressed from devout music lover to professional jazz guitarist. In college, Gregg studied with Charlie Haden, Pat Metheny, Roscoe Mitchell, and Leo Smith while at the University of Miami and CalArts. He eventually landed in New York City where he worked with Jazz titans like Jim Hall, George Garzone, Richie Beirach, and Arnie Lawrence.

Gregg got a call from the management of Calypso legend Harry Belafonte and worked with Harry over the course of the next five years. Together with a highly experienced and multi-cultural band, Gregg and Harry traveled extensively throughout the United States, Canada, the Caribbean Islands, and Europe.

Upon his return to the BIg Apple, Gregg decided to focus on recording work and founded Onda Productions with two partners, where he became Head of Music Production. The company created commercials for many of the major advertising agencies in Manhattan including JWT, Ogilvy and Mather, DDB, BBDO, Deutsch, Grey, and Chiat Day. They produced original music for brands such as Old Navy, Pantene, Puma, Ford, Honda, Covergirl, Cotton Inc., Joe Boxer, and Mennen. As their business grew they extended their creative reach to compose for video games, fashion shows, films, records, and websites.

Gregg left Onda to create his own commercial music production company, Hidden Tiger Music. He currently creates spots for Mercedes, Lipton, YSL, Nescafe, McDonalds, Ford, and many others, often working in collaboration with many of New York’s most prestigious music houses.

Gregg's music can also be heard on television shows, major motion pictures, and websites including Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations, Masters of Reception, Zoolander, Rick, Accepted, MTV's Gamekillers and "Jones New York.” Gregg is the composer of the theme for 'The Chew', seen nationally on ABC, 5 days a week. You can follow Gregg's current work at hiddentigermusic.com

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