Course: Audio Lates Music Production
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This beginner course will give you the skills to start writing and recording your own music. Learn the basics of digital software including Logic Pro X, MIDI, sampling and synthesisers, with handy hints and tips on mixing and arrangement to help you create the sounds you want to hear.
Over 10 weeks we'll demystify the music studio and offer you a deeper insight to the world of music.
Suitable for ages 18+*
Concessions available - please contact us for details
This ten-week course will take place on Tuesday evenings from 6.30-9.30pm, beginning on 28 January 2020 and concluding on 31 March 2020. All sessions will be held at Knowle West Media Centre, Leinster Avenue, Bristol, BS4 1NL.
For more information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 903 0444.
- Introduction to music technology
- Discover the basics of Logic Pro X
- What is MIDI? Discover the perfect tool for composing
- Samples and synthesisers: explore how to create sounds completely from scratch
- Writing, arranging and mixing
- BPM, beats and breves: learn the building blocks of music, how to use chords and what makes a good melody
- Song structures: how different ideas and sections work together to make a song
EQ, panning, compression: essential tools for mixing sound
- Studio know-how: from microphones to mixing desk techniques
We want to make sure you get the most from this course, finishing with the skills and knowledge to produce your next project with confidence. Please consider the following before signing up.
This course is designed for beginners, who are new to music production and have:
- An interest and/or basic understanding of music
- A competent level of IT literacy
- Access to a computer at home
If you have a working knowledge of digital audio workstations and are currently producing music, this course may be below your current level of knowledge.
If you have any questions about the experience that is and isn't required for this course, please contact email@example.com or call 0117 903 0444.
About the Tutor
Course tutor Harry Stoneham is an professional musician and sound engineer of over 10 years, currently based in Bristol. Alongside a busy performance schedule he has taught music production at The Academy of Music and Sound, Southampton and several other schools and colleges.
Terms & Conditions
This course will be confirmed to run when a minimum number of bookings have been secured. In the event that your course doesn't go ahead, you will be notified within 48 hours of the course start date and will be given a full refund. We cannot refund any pre-booked travel costs you may have incurred in preparing to travel to this course.
If you cancel a place on this course giving more than 14 days notice from the first session (before 6.30pm on Tuesday 14 January 2020) you will receive a full refund, minus a 10% admin charge. Cancellations made with less than 14 days notice (after 6.30pm on Tuesday 14 January 2020) will not be refunded.
Partial refunds will not be given for sessions you miss or are not able to attend.
We are committed to keeping our course prices affordable and we offer concession rates for this course for anyone claiming the following benefits: Universal Credit, Income Support, Job Seeker’s Allowance, Disability Living Allowance / Personal Independence Payment (PIP), Employment and Support Allowance. The concession rate for this course is a 10% discount. Please use the code conc10 at the checkout. When you have received your confirmation e-mail please provide a copy of a recent letter or statement stating your benefit to Sandra Morris (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you can afford to pay the full price, please do not ask for a concession as we are a charity and use the income generated from these courses to keep access to our life-changing programmes free. If you can't provide proof of benefit you will be required to pay the outstanding 10% cost.