Studio Production is a wonderful course designed for those who want to become sound engineers but don't desire to work on the field. All they want is to be in the studio creating hit tracks.
This course will take you through safety precautions necessary for working in the studio, expose you to job opportunities available in the sound and music industrlies in your locality and give you a sound foundation in music and audio recording
You will not be a wizard in Cubase, Logic or Reasons but you will master the art of production and the principles behind all major Digital Work Stations(DAW).
The course also touches on ear training and the basics of studio setup, routing and inter connectivity
At the end of Level 1, you will be able to
1. Setup a basic computer based studio
2. Record and Save important projects
3. Use major DAWS like Logic, Cubase, Protools, Artiste One etc
Studio Production Level two is a continuation of the foundation laid in Level 1. We still delve deeper into the studio Arena, deepining the knowledge in programming and recording.
We lay more emphasis on virtual instruments and sampling, understanding how sample works in the environment of recording.
In level one we looked at microphones but this time we will understand the choices we make as we record with different microphones and hear the sonic differences they make to sour recording.
We shall also spend time with the instruments we record to appreciate their sonic stamps: How different does the conga sound from Lartin percussion?
With the foundation laid we shall launch for practical experience by working on projects in o studios. This will afford us the opportunity to study the different approaches other engineers use to record.
Many the end of this course students will en able to:
1. Use DAWs more easily.
2. Record and make their own samples.
3. Develop their own virtual instruments.
4. Mix their own projects
- Teacher: Cael Adotevi