The Art of Sound: Music Production For Beginners

Wednesday, July 7 through Thursday, August 12
Presented by Dear Soul Music Co

"The Art of Sound: Music Production For Beginners" is an introductory course for aspiring music producers and artists looking to record their own works! During this 7-week course, participants (ages 16+) will learn the art and technology of music production to create professional music compositions with equipment they have at home - a smartphone, tablet, computer, or home studio.

The Art of Sound is sponsored by ASC Culture Blocks, a community partnership with Mecklenburg County. This FREE workshop is a chance to develop your creativity as a Music Producer.

Week 1: The Art of Music Production

Week 2: Listening Like A Producer

Week 3: The Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)

Week 4: Exploring Midi & Software Instruments

Week 5: Strengthening Your Musical Productions

Week 6: Mixing and Mastering

Week 7: Music Production Showcase

During these unprecedented times when creatives have limited access to creative work space, we believe it's imperative to resource creatives with the tools necessary to create digitally. Be it to create a demo, to release an EP, track spoken word, or to make an audio book, The Art of Sound gives participants tangible steps to create content from the comfort of their home.

Instruction by Stellar-Award winning, Curt Keyz.

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Wednesday, July 7 through Thursday, August 12 · add to calendar 2021-07-07 09:00:00 2021-08-12 17:00:00 America/New_York The Art of Sound: Music Production For Beginners https://charlottecultureguide.com/event/426688/the-art-of-sound-music-production-for-beginners Charlotte, NC
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