Photoshop: Music Poster Designs Premium class

Marty Geller, Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

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8 Videos (1h 4m)
    • Part 1 - How to Make a 1960s, Psychedelic Music Poster

      Paper aged, yellow.jpg
      8:47
    • Part 2 - How to Make a 1960s, Psychedelic Music Poster

      Paper aged, yellow.jpg
      7:45
    • How to Make an Indie-Rock Poster

      DSnet Stamped.ttf
      Impact Label.ttf
      8:49
    • How to Make a Country Music Awards Poster

      Country Music Awards.psd
      Bleeding Cowboys.ttf
      Ranch.jpg
      6:32
    • How to Make a Grunge-Rock Poster

      Scratched metal.jpg
      8:27
    • How to Make a DJ, Music, Dance Poster

      DJ Club poster.psd
      AldotheApache.ttf
      Dense-Regular.otf
      9:26
    • Part 1 - How to Make a Classic, 1970s DISCO Image with a Retro, Graphic Equalizer

      5:56
    • Part 2 - How to Make a Classic, 1970s DISCO Image with a Retro, Graphic Equalizer

      FREESCPT.TTF
      Geomancy - Extra Bold.otf
      Twinkle.abr
      8:10

About This Class

Classes include how to design & create music posters in the following genres:

* 1960s Psychedelia

* Indie-Rock

* Country Music

* Grunge Rock

* DJ, House Music

* 1970s Disco

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Wow! Great information! One of the best I've seen so far!
Danny Sparks

Life Long Learning Is Cool

A good but basic series of tutorials for music poster design in a number of genres. Some could use a bit more in the design department, but the techniques should work still. Many are shown at far too low a resolution for posters, so consider using a higher res than some of those shown. For large posters, I would suggest 260-300 ppi. Don't need as high a resolution as for a magazine.
Another tour de force course from the Master Blaster!

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Marty Geller

Blue Lightning TV Photoshop!

Marty Geller, Founder and Director of Blue Lightning TV, has had a long career providing on-air and print work for the television and entertainment industries. Clients include NBC, ABC, CBS, VH-1, numerous advertising agencies, national magazines, recording labels and major book publishers. His television work includes "Late Night with Conan O'Brien", "Saturday Night Live", "Dateline NBC", "Today", VH-1 and Paramount Television. Marty has designed record album covers, book jacket covers and logos. His illustrations have appeared in "Psychology Today", "New York" and on theatrical posters that have appeared on Broadway and The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C.. Marty has received Emmy Awards for his work in television and numerous awards for his work in Print.