Students who are members of their school band often find private music lessons in flute, clarinet, and saxophone are beneficial as it is impossible for the school band teacher to give the necessary attention to each band member 100% of their time. Taking private lessons will ensure that the student remains at the top of their class and holds the soloist position.
Woodwind lessons is offered to students who wish to learn the piccolo, flute, oboe, clarinet, and all types of saxophones. Lessons is available at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels and in a variety of styles such as classical, jazz, improvisation, blues, marching band etc.
Designed for anyone interested in producing music on his or her computer, regardless of style, this course provides an overview of the wide range of tools available to the modern electronic musician. Through hands-on exercises and projects, you’ll experience the process of producing a piece of music with your computer, from developing the original musical idea through distributing a final mix. This course will teach you not only how to design and configure an electronic music studio that supports your creative goals, but also how to understand and utilize the most popular tools and techniques employed by electronic musicians. You’ll learn how to set up audio interfaces, microphones, MIDI sequencers, synthesizers, drum machines, and more to effectively create and produce your music ideas.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:
Configure a personal production workspace and use software instruments and audio recordings to produce a piece of music
Understand the properties of sound and how they are represented in the analog and digital domain
Understand basic audio specifications used in product descriptions and use them to choose audio tools that will best match your creative needs and budget
Create a composite version of a performance using multiple takes understand how the MIDI protocol represents musical performances
Create and effectively use audio loops in a music production
Recognize how audio signals move within a mixer
Use common mixing and mastering techniques to create a stereo master audio file
Use cloud services for distribution and collaboration
The instructor – Justin P
Based out of Toronto, Canada, Justin is a multi-instrumentalist, performer, sound designer, producer, songwriter and DJ. A graduate of Berklee College of Music, he studied Performance and Electronic Production and Design. Having years of experience performing and recording guitar in jazz, R&B, gospel and rock music. Justin is also immersed in electronic performance, bringing digital sound and technology to the stage with advanced controllers and processing.
A longtime producer, he has written for and collaborated with many singers, hip-hop artists and instrumentalists. He is heavily involved in sound design, with experience in film, commercial, programming and music technology. An avid fan of electronic music, Justin has created hundreds of solo compositions, under many pseudonyms in genres including hip-hop, house, techno and ambient.
Course dates: July 9 – August 27th every saturday at 12PM