About the Course
LEARN MUSIC PRODUCTION BASIC,ADVANCED AND PROFESSIONAL COURSE FROM CERTIFIED PROFESSIONAL MUSIC PRODUCER/USIC DIRECTOR.
Topics Covered01: Analog & digital audio
Analog audio, signals, frequency response, noise, distortion, wow & flutter, clicks and interference, digital audio, analog-to-digital conversion, sampling, quantization, dither, digital-to-analog conversion.
Dynamic microphones, capacitor microphones, ribbon microphones, electret microphones, polar patterns, vacuum tube microphones, attenuator, filter.
03: Microphone preamplifiers
Microphone preamplifiers, gain, phase, microphone selection, microphone positioning, stereo microphone techniques.
High-frequency equalization, frequency, gain, bell/shelf, mid-frequency equalization, Q, low-frequency equalization, graphic equalizers, parametric equalizers, filters, cut-off frequency, slope.
Dynamic range control, threshold, ratio, attack, decay, knee, stereo linking, side chain, compression for aural enhancement, vacuum tube compressors.
06: Recording software
Disk recording, hard disks, seek time, rotational speed, input/output assignment, recording, editing and crossfade editing, gain change and normalization, mixing, inserts, auxiliary sends, auxiliary tracks, buses, master fader.
07: Effects & plug-ins
Delay and reverberation, phasing, flanging, chorusing, pitch change, aural enhancement, comparison between manual effects, hardware effects and plug-ins.
08: Synthesis and sampling
Additive synthesis, subtractive synthesis, FM synthesis, wavetable synthesis, physical modeling synthesis, analog synthesis, voltage-controlled oscillator, voltage-controled filter, voltage-controled amplifier, envelope generator, sampling, looping, multisampling, phrase sampling, key groups.
Vocals, drums, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, piano, string instruments, wind instruments, percussion instruments, drums, small groups and ensembles, orchestral recording, multitrack recording, punch-in, foldback, stereo recording.
Analog mixing consoles, digital mixing consoles, digital mixing through software, automation, mutes, faders, pan, equalization, compression, noise gating, auxiliary sends, auxiliary returns, mixing for stereo, mono compatibility, monitoring.
Equalization, compression, limiting, multi band compression, soft clipping, mastering for subjective loudness, mastering to match tracks in a compilation.
12: Marketing your music and recording services
Industry roles, record producer, recording engineer, A&R manager, studio manager, session musician, arranger, programmer, the music industry, the recording industry and record labels, pitching and promoting your services as an artist, engineer or producer. Showreel guidance.
Who should attendWHO WANTS TO GET INTO MUSIC PRODUCTION,MUSIC ARRANGEMENT,MUSIC PROGRAMMING
Pre-requisitesBASIC KNOWLENGE OF MUSIC AND COMPUTER(FRESHERS CAN APPLY AFTER A PERSONAL INTERVIEW)
What you need to bring1.PEN AND NOTEBOOK
2.LAPTOP IF YOU HAVE
Key TakeawaysTHE SKILLS TO PRODUCE PROFESSIONAL MUSIC OR SOUND TRACK,WHICH WILL MEET THE INDUSTRY STANDARD ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD.