How did we get to where we are as electronic producers and performers?
From composers of avant-garde noise music to modern DJs and producers of new media, technology in music is ubiquitous.
Understanding a few of these rules can go a long way in learning how to break them in new, exciting ways!
At the Recording Connection, you’ll exercise these concepts while producing a project of your own, in your home studio.
Learn more about LESSON 1: Electronic Music History Embark on a journey with audio as it travels from a speaker, through the air, and into our ears.
Learn more about LESSON 8: Synthesis It is finally time to talk about the aspect of the electronic music that most of our students go bonkers over – that is, how to make BEATS!!Harnessing sound and acoustical energy is a lifelong journey.One-on-one with your mentor, you’ll sharpen your sonic awareness as it relates to real-world recording sessions, inside a professional environment. Waveform Characteristics Hearing Chapter Quiz Blog Entry Learn more about LESSON 2: Fundamentals I: Sound and Hearing In this lesson, we move forward on our journey through sound, examining the underlying principles of audio and signal flow in the electrical realm (analog) as well as inside the computer (digital).Through the exercises in our curriculum, the student learns how to use Logic as a rapid tool for writing, and begins to produce a 5-song EP, to be refined with each subsequent lesson in the curriculum.In addition to the lessons, you may take advantage of one-on-one remote study sessions with our in-house team of producers, to further develop the sound in your head. Learn more about LESSON 6: Composition and Song Structure MIDI, or Musical Instrument Digital Interface, has been the default language of electronic musical instruments for over thirty years.
You’ll discover how Logic’s robust MIDI sequencing engine can affect your capabilities as a producer with the most extensive library of…