17 training courses found
This course follows on from and includes the level 1 course and is designed to give you as much practical experience as possible to make you self-sufficient and confident enough to run any kind of professional recording session on your own. This will greatly enhance your prospects for getting paid employment as a professional studio and live Sound Engineer, Studio Programmer or even as a teacher (with teacher training).
This course is designed to prepare students to be able to work in the recording industry, set up their own studio and produce professional standard productions. The emphasis is on practical work.
· A comprehensive and concise foundation course on sound recording music technology. · Structured so that by the end students have completed an original recording project.
This practical course covers all the fundamental aspects and principles of sound recording, music technology & Music Production. Most people nowadays enter the world of music production by using software which assumes prior knowledge of studio equipment and techniques which is usually not the case.
This course covers all the aspects of using the Apple Logic Studio music production package including the environment, arrange page, event list editor, piano roll editor, hyper editor, audio recording, editing, software instruments, mixing and plug-ins. Logic Pro is the sequencing program used by professionals which is becoming increasingly popular.
This course covers topics that include: finding music, buying equipment, how to set up the equipment, manhandling a record, slip cueing, beat matching, headphone mix, blending, matching phrases, doing cuts, spin back, placing a mix, matching rhythms, EQing, cleaning up mixes and using effects.
This course covers all aspects of the Cubase sequencing & music production package including drum, key, list, logical editing, arranging with global functions, cut and pasting, group track, using controllers, MIDI processor and MIDI mixing. Aspects of the VST hard disk audio recording section of Cubase include the mixer, automation, using plug-ins, audio and automation editing, channel assignment, VST instruments and recording audio.
In this course participants will work with different styles of music and cover the details of integrating and balancing the sounds using all the facilities of the studio including programming effects, special use of processors, extensive EQing, depth and breadth perception, using MIDI for mixing and all the more generally creative aspects of mixing.
This course provides participants the skills for recording live audio and music such as rock, jazz and folk. It covers topics that include: music recording and production, multi-track recording and microphone techniques.
The techniques covered in this course can be applied to any style of music but our main attention will be on electronic music. This means experimental music as well as house, techno, psytrance, progressive, trance, dubstep, HipHop and any other form of dance music.
In this course participants will learn how to use all the aspects of multi-track recording and mixer techniques for acoustic recording such as lining up, levels, routing, bouncing down, dropping in and out. Then acoustic and electric guitars, drums, vocals are added to cover microphone placement, advanced effects and EQ use.
This course covers all aspects of analog synthesiser programming as well as digital synthesis such as VCO, VCF, VCA and LFO. There are up to 8 synthesisers available for participants to work on including the rare MS20.
Much more than just an introductory course the Intensive full time Music Production certificate explores in detail all the practical and theoretical aspects of using the software and hardware equipment used in professional recording studios. It gives you the opportunity to use very sought after rare synthesisers studio owners dream of having and other equipment.
This course covers the specific skills useful for trance, techno, acid, psychedelic trance, drum and bass. It also covers all aspects of analog synthesiser programming.
This course enables participants to produce songs in their preferred style using the reason software including its instruments and processors. It covers topics that include: introduction to reason, drum machines, virtual instruments, basic song structure and using samplers.
This course covers sound engineering and music recording. It provides the skills for recording live audio and music such as rock, jazz and folk.
This course covers all the aspects of recording using the system. It also covers recording, editing, plug-ins, mixing, automation and bouncing down.