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ELIGIBILITY

This program is open to persons interested in producing their own music.

PROGRAM

Our curriculum guides you through the creative journey of discovering your own sound and developing it into unique body of work. You will learn valuable techniques as you compose a portfolio of original tracks. We begin with the basics of production and studio etiquette and immediately follow it up with DAWs (Ableton & Protools). We then delve into the depths of MIDI sequencing & editing. While learning to use it, you will acquire production skills that can be applied to a wide variety of applications from song writing, to studio production, to laptop dj’ing. You will learn to compile Ableton sets from audio and MIDI clips, loops, or samples. Our final module on Music & Audio production for advertising & media, and an overview on the entertainment business will qualify you as a producer ready to take on the world.

EQUIPMENT

The facility brags of a state of the art studio with a sound proofed & acoustically treated control room & live room. The studio is equipped with the latest Pro Tools HD system, API Preamps, Tube preamps, Inward connections, Ableton Live, Push 2, Kontrol S49, Adam S3A reference audio speakers and an AVID control surface.

FEE

The Course Fee is 1,50,000/- plus taxes

TIMINGS

 

Classes will be held on 4 days of the week for 3 hrs a day. Students can use the facility to improve on their skills on their days off.

CURRICULUM

Basics of sound & structure of sound

Frequency response, round level & related

Perception of sound and psycho acoustics

dB & its relationship

The human ear & safety

Introduction to acoustics

Learning to design and read technical riders

Types of industrial cables & connectors

Cable gauge and current carrying capacity

Introduction to equalization

Electronics

Introduction to basic electronics

Introduction to resistors , capacitors & inductors

Theory of AC & DC current

Electricity generation-transmission and distribution.

Electrical safety measures.

Theory & application electromagnetism , electromagnetic induction

Understanding transformers , motors and their application

Fundamentals of transistors , vacuum tubes, solid state devices , integrated  circuits

Project work

Ear training Part 1

Amplification & Speaker

Transducers – types , working principles , connections & acoustical filters

Pre Amps – types of preamps , impedance & phantom Power

Power Amps – class of power amps , power matching , impedance

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Ear training Part 2

Analog mixers & outboard processing

Signal flow , i/o of audio consoles and different components used

 Patching & types of patch bays.

Analog consoles : Hands on training.

Understanding how compressors & gates work , gain based and time based.

Ear training Part 3

Recording and reproduction

Understanding Nyquist theory , sample rate , bit depth , AD/DA conversion

Digital audio – clock ,anti aliasing filters , auantization, aither, buffer size, midi

Digital recording technology

Introduction to Pro Tools

Studio setup and etiquette

Advanced routing & patch Bays

Advanced miking techniques

Understanding and  designing studio acoustics

An overview of music theory – scales, relative notes and chord families

History of music and introduction to genres

Introduction to composition

Advanced Ableton Concepts

MIDI sequencing

Working with sampling and audio clips

Working with VST’s – Instruments

Creating music for film, sound design and dubbing

Location sound recording techniques and workflow – Producer POV

Producing ads and handling client briefs

Producing and managing artists

Audio Logo creation

Signal Processing

Working with other DAWs –Cubase and Pro Tools

Advanced mixing techniques – Producer POV

Mastering techniques , compression & limiting – Producer POV

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