Edit, Mix, Master: Music Production 101
- Saturday August 24 + 31, 2-5pm
Music Production, offered in the Media Lab at AS220 Industries, is where participants can create their own original songs, regardless of experience with music-making. In this class, both solo and collaboration projects will emerge through the process of learning the elements of music, song arrangement, editing, and mastering.
This workshop is split into two sessions. The first will focus on Logic Pro X music production software and will explore genre, basic music theory, and arrangement. The second session is focused on editing, mixing, and mastering. This workshop will feel like an open paint night, with a common prompt for everyone, to accommodate both experienced musicians with specific goals as well as those interested in simply learning something new. Participants can expect to walk away from this class with an mp3 of their own original music!
Instructor: Anthony Andrade
Anthony “A.M.” Andrade (he/him/his) is a queer musician, dancer, teaching artist, visual-performance artist, songwriter, and youth advocate from Providence, RI. A classically trained pianist, and currently a teaching artist at AS220 Youth and RI Training School, Anthony also co-facilitates an after-school songwriting and music production program at Trinity Academy for the Performing Arts. Under the name “Ant Meridiem” (A.M.), he has released four self-produced albums in addition to working as a producer for musicians nationwide.
His work can be found on Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal, and Soundcloud.Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/
For questions, bookings, or more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
WORKSHOP OBJECTIVES:Participants can expect to:
- Create original music - ready to share with friends, family, and your creative network
- Practice using Logic Pro X - industry-standard music production software
- Explore approaches to song arrangement, songwriting, and composition
- Practice editing, mixing, and final mastering
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