It’s not often that you can get an insight into the world of music production, to see how a track is transformed into the next big hit. Well, now you can participate in this exclusive one-on-one session with a music industry professional.
- One-on-one session with a music industry professional
- Find out how to turn music from ok to wow
- Behind the scenes tour of a recording studio
- Go from studio set up, recording, mixing to mastering and post production
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
Singers, musicians and home studio artists will relish this introduction to music production and sound engineering, which offers a glimpse into the working life of a music industry professional.
Come along for a one-on-one session set in a recording studio to learn about the recording process from the highly capable mix engineer and studio staff. There may even be some stories about the stars to help set the mood.
Then, after learning how the studio is set up to record and selecting some raw music and vocals to work on, it's time to see how it’s transformed into a masterpiece.
Music production is one of those things that depend on what’s gone before. Having a well-played, well-performed track helps make mixing straightforward, but that’s nirvana for a studio engineer. The reality is often the opposite, and there are many creative challenges you can learn to overcome.
Learn about the different types of microphones and basic recording setups, fundamental mixing principles and the use of plug-ins for effects and processing. From the powerful Yamaha DM200 console with its 96 inputs and flying faders, and the latest ProTools DAW software, you’ll gain a real understanding of what happens behind the scenes in the music industry.
Exciting, eye-opening and inspiring, could this be the first step on the path to becoming a recording engineer?
It was a wonderful experience that gave me a fresh appreciation as to the creative process and attention to detail involved from getting the original sound and turning it into a polished product for release.