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Music Trivia..

Although electronic instruments were being used in the 1960s, it wasn’t until the 1970s when electronic music entered the mainstream. Bands like Kraftwerk – an iconic West German band – introduced the electronic sound to a wider audience

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Understand basic audio specifications and choose audio tools, Hardware/Software that will best match the needs of a platform.
  • Understand a software instrument and drum pattern sequencing.
  • Understanding Rhythmic structure and create a rhythm sequence.
  • Create and effectively use virtual instruments for composing and layering
  • Understand the technology of MIDI and use it effectively for in-studio/Live set up and control features.
  • Understanding Audio signals and recording.
  • Basics of synthesis.
  • Creatively infusing effect parameters on a mix.
  • Create a song structure of any genre of choice.

Area of expertise

  • To be able to create a basic song structure and layer sounds.
  • To be able to creatively remix a song on various segments of genre.
  • To map controls on MIDI devices for live performances.

Scope in the industry

Completion of the above-mentioned course would enable a candidate to be able to have thought processes converted into simple patterns for basic programming of sound which would give the candidate a firsthand approach into the industry as a programmer. The candidate would be able to successfully remix a song and thus enter the zones of the competitive “Remixer” segment. Also, the candidate would be able to produce a song from scratch to finish the product with appropriate layers and structure.

At the end of the course, you will be able to:

  • Understand advanced specs and detailed component breakdown of Audio platforms.
  • Analyze and recreate the various skeletal structures of a song.
  • Analyze and create project templates for ease of access.
  • Understand complex drum sequencing and programming
  • Quantization and its tricks.
  • Creatively layer and utilize the scape for song production.
  • Basic music theory – keys, chords & chord progression.
  • Understand the Automation techniques.
  • Utilization of effect parameters for complex or evolving sound patterns.
  • Understand and utilize the technique of Re-Wiring.
  • Creatively use sequencers for complex patterns.
  • Audio signal flow and microphone set up.
  • Recording audio and cleaning.
  • Mix-down a song.

Area of expertise

  • To be able to analyze various genres and creatively implement the various time signatures on a single track.
  • To be able to set up a microphone and record vocals.
  • To be able to use advanced techniques for drum pattern sequences.
  • Creative finger drumming techniques.
  • Use music theory to compose riffs suited for a particular genre.
  • To be able to balance the number of tracks on a song.

Scope in the industry

Completion of the above-mentioned course would enable the candidate to understand advanced finger drumming techniques hence having leverage over live performances to infuse electronic acts on stage. Candidate can handle a commercial jingle project. Candidate can record another artist for sampling or also record vocals to infuse the same on a song. Can perform arrangement procedures and processing procedures on a song.