Master the art of Music Making

MUSIC PRODUCTION: THE COMPLETE COURSE

Summary

This course will teach you everything you need to know about the world of music production, from conceiving your idea to making your sounds, and even sharing them with the world.

This course comprises theoretical, technical, philosophical, and practical flows, applied on the Ableton Live 11 platform, as well as on hardware from studio gear to analog and digital synthesizers.

Briefly, this course contains all the requirements you will need to become a skillful producer and kickstart a professional music career.

Overview

  • Period: 3 months - 75+ hours - 25 sessions - 2 sessions per week

    Included with this program

  • Arturia Mini V3 worth 149$
  • Arturia Rev-Intensity worth 99$
  • Ozone 11 Elements worth 99$
  • Neutron Elements 99$
  • RX Elements 99$
  • Nectar 4 Elements 99$
  • Sample Packs worth 100$
  • Our Lifetime Support worth ∞$

Payments & Availabilities

  • Class Price: 750$
  • Payment Splits:
    -350$ [Seat reservation]
  • -200$ [Second Payment ]
    -200$ [Third Payment]

  • Class Starting Dates 2024:
    -Class 2: May 15 [Fully booked]
    -Class 3: September [Fully Booked]
    -Class 4: September [1 seat left]
  • Class 3 Schedule:
    -Mondays, and Wednesdays from 6 till 9 PM
  • Class 4 Schedule:
    -Tuesdays, and Thursdays from 6 till 9 PM
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SYNCOSIS

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Curriculum

What you will learn

Section 1: Introduction to the world of music production

-The Musical Evolution
-The First Step and Blueprint
-What is a Music Producer
-The Music Creation Field
-Acoustic vs. Analog vs. Digital
-Traditional vs. Modern technology
-What is Electronic (Dance) Music
-Electronic Dance Music Genres
-The 5 Stages of Making Music
-The Elements of Music
-Mixing and Mastering Overview

Section 2: Music Knowledge

-Musical Instruments Categories
-Tone and Quality
-Sound Analysis
-Song Analysis
-Ear Training
-Audio and Sound
-The Characteristics of a Sound Wave
-Physics of Sound
-What is Pitch
-What is Timbre
-What is Loudness
-What is Frequency
-Overtones and Harmonics
-The Sound Shape
-Threshold of Hearing
-Mono vs. Stereo
-Human Brain on Music
-Active Listening

Section 3: Ableton Live

-Authorization and Setup
-Understanding Live's Windows
-Live's Workflow
-Look and Feel
-Info View and Note Box
-The Session view
-The Arrangement View
-The Clip View
-Audio, midi, and Return tracks
-Audio Clips and Warping
-Midi Clips and Velocities
-Note Expression
-Live Devices
-The Browser
-Commands
-Shortcuts
-Automation and Clip Envelopes
-Routing and I/O
-Send and Return Tracks
-Live's Mixer
-Slicing Audio
-Saving and Exporting
-Video Window

Section 4: Musical Rhythm Theory

-Time Signature
-Rhythm theory
-Groove
-Drum Programming
-The kick drum
-The bassline and sub bass
-Kick and bass
-Bass Rhythm
-Snares, toms and claps
-Cymbals, Hi-Hats and shakers
-The percussion family
-Percussion groove
-Dotted and Triplets Notes
-Beat and Bar
-Whole, Half, and Quarter Notes
-Silence
-Length and Position
-Legato
-Tying Notes
-The cultural elements
-Timbre
-Layering elements
-Sequencing
-Humanization

Section 5: Music Theory

-The Keyboards
-Octave and Pitch
-The Octaves Shape
-The Octave Parts
-The Musical World Notes
-Notes Names
-White and Black notes in a Keyboard
-Sharps and Flats
-Computer Midi Keyboard
-Fingering
-The Elements of a Melody
-The Minor Scales
-The Major Scales
-Melodic Minor Scale
-Harmonic Minor Scale
-Scale Modes
-Technical Names of scale Notes
-Relative Notes in Both Scales
-Circle of Fifth
-Scales in the Circle of Fifth
-The Harmonic Scales
-Harmonic Mixing
-Switch Keys
-Melodies and Harmonies
-Track Structure and Melodic Notes
-The Power Chord
-Slash Chords
-Triads
-Add 2,4,6 Chords
-7th, 9th, 11th and 13th Chords
-Extended Chords
-Inversions and bass notes
-Chords progression
-Chords Substitution
-Voicings

Section 6: Studio Gear and Routings

-Midi Controllers Overview
-Midi Data and Message Types
-Routings and Connections
-Hardware and Software Routings
-Midi Mapping and Remote Control
-Midi Browser and Settings
-Midi Channels
-Compter and DAW
-Audio Interfaces and Soundcards
-Amplifiers and Pre-Amps
-Studio Monitors and Subwoofers
-Studio Headphones
-Microphones and Accessories
-Synthesizers
-Sound Proofing and Acoustic Treatment
-Acoustic Instruments and Electric Instruments
-The Analog Signal vs. The Digital Signal
-Analog vs. Digital Cables
-Mono vs. Stereo Routings
-Internal and External Routings

Section 7: Tracking and Recording

-Microphone Position
-Vocal Recording
-Acoustic Instrument Recording
-Electric Instrument Recording
-Line Recording
-Routing
-Gain Staging
-Audio Recording
-Midi Recording
-Comping
-Punch IN and OUT
-Overdub
-Capture Midi
-Record Buttons
-Signal Flow
-Metronome
-Time Correction
-Cleaning up
-Noise Gate
-Layering
-Harmony
-Chorus
-Tuning

Section 8: Audio and Midi Effects

-Reverb
-Delay
-Auto Pan
-Filter
-Arpeggiator
-Pitch
-Equalizers 3 and 8
-Compressor
-Effect Tricks

Section 9: Sound Design and Synthesis

-The World of Synthesizers
-The Story and the Evolution
-Hardware vs. Software Synthesizers
-Digital vs. Analog
-Types of Synthesis
-Mono, Poly, and Paraphonic Synthesizers
-Banks and Presets
-Waveforms
-Wave Shaping and Folding
-The Oscillators
-Pitch Transposition
-Pitch Gliding and Portamanto
-Detuning and Unison
-The Filters
-The Amplifier
-Envelope Generator
-Amp, Filter and Pitch Envelope
-Low Frequencies Oscillator
-Vibrato
-Subtractive Synth in Action
-Wavetable Synth in Action
-Sampling Audio
-Slicing and Sampling
-Complex Sound Design
-Modular Synths and Modulations
-Matrix Modulation
-Midi and MPE Modulation

Section 10: Track Structure

-Song Edits
-Conceiving the Idea
-The 3 Stages of Arrangement
-The 8 Bars Rule
-Phrases Theory
-Intro and Outro
-Verse and Chorus
-Break and Bridge
-Build ups and Drops
-Tension and Release
-Variations and Automations
-Transitions
-Drum Fills
-Sound Effects
-Time Commands and Silence
-Editing and Coloring

Section 11: Remix

-Remix Culture
-Stems
-Key and transposition
-Exporting Stems
-Remix Royalties
-Bootleg
-Setup and Structure

Section 12: Mixing and Mastering Overview

-Mixing vs. Mastering
-The Basics of Mixing and Mastering
-The Stereo Field Dimensions
-Ear Training
-Reference Mix
-Dynamics
-Loudness Control
-Leveling
-Panning
-Mid and Side
-Equalization
-Width and Depth
-Compression and Sidechain Compression
-Multiband Compression
-Parallel Compression
-Limiter and Clipper
-Dynamic Equalization
-Multiband Compression
-Bus Channels
-Pre Mastering
-Studio Mixing
-Bedroom Mixing
-Headroom
-Phase
-Shaping
-Mono and Stereo Imaging

Section 13: Music Business

-Music Industry
-The Independant Artist Route
-The Artist Image
-Artist management
-Art vs. Business
-Contracts and Agreements
-Negotiation Skills
-Underground and Mainstream Culture
-Social Media
-Marketing Strategies
-Digital Marketing
-Music Platforms
-Promotions
-Marketing
-Content Creation
-Stage Performances
-Record Labels
-Artist Management
-Booking Agencies
-Artist Name
-Logo and Design
-Branding
-Audience Targeting
-What is a Promoter
-What is an A&R
-Collaborations
-Copyrights
-Making Money from Music
-Remix
-Ghost Production
-Signing Agreements
-Sending Pro Demos
-Electronic Press Kit
-Website
-Music Distributors

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