Creative Production Techniques

Male audio production

LEARN THE BASICS OF AUDIO PRODUCTION

This exciting new course is designed for developing producers and composers (16 years and over) to help to energise their musical works using technology and creativity. The course focuses on 5 key areas of production: Creating your sonic identity, practical sound design, creative environments, thinking outside the box and mastering cohesion.

This course is focused on developing your music technology skills, with a focus on Ableton Live aptitude.

The course is delivered online, live via Zoom, so a computer with audio, camera and good internet connection is required. Classes are recorded and will be available for all participants.

Lecturer: Jacob Murphy

Jacob Murphy is a music producer, sound designer and session drummer specialising in creative techniques for the home studio. Jacob has worked for sound design companies like Samplephonics and Noiiz, who create unique sample packs for like-minded musicians and producers.

DURATION

5 week course or 1 day intensive

INTAKES

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Location

Online

ENTRY

16+ years

Fees

$320+

CODES

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ENTRY

16+ years

Fees

$320+

CODES

N/A

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