Music Production Courses


Music Production(Understanding DAW)

DAW is stand for Digital Audio Workstation and also we can say” Music Production Software” in a simplest language. it facilitated us to Record, Edit and create audio information as per the user requirement. There are four basic components in a computerbased DAW required and those are: A computer, Sound card (also known as Audio interface), Studio Monitor (Speakers) Any one input device to change musical notes e.g. – a Keyboard or Midi controller You could use either a mouse, or an automated External Mixer for mixing track volumes or even with a MIDI controller keyboard. How it functions – The computer basically acts as a host machine for:- The audio interface (sound card) Related software/s and also Functions as a processing power for any audio editing. What is a sound card? (internal or external audio interface) typically does is that it converts all analog audio signals into digital signals,…   Read More


Music Production(Understanding Synthesis)

Synthesis For digital audio / music production there is a software synthesizer which is also popularly known as a soft-synth, plug-in or a computer program. In the past one required a dedicated hardware to create sound or music but advances in processing speed are allowing computer based soft-synths to accomplish the same role. The benefit of Soft-synths is that it is a lot cheaper and more portable as compared to specified computer hardware; it also provides a smoother to interface with other music software such as music sequencers. A couple of soft-synths are predominantly sample based, and generally have more power compared to the hardware, this happens because computers have less inhibition with memory in comparison to a dedicated hardware synthesizer. A few of the sample based synthesizers have their own sample libraries with huge GB in size. Most of them have features that sound exactly like the real world…            Read More


Electronic Music Production (EDM)

The magic of computer draws up unmatched possibilities of recorded sound, but if you do not have the necessary skills to use it using the latest tools, it is more or less a futile exercise. Luckily, your knowledge to electronic music production and sound design, such as setting up your home Studio with software and hardware integration, MIDI sequencing, mixing is now accessible. It doesn’t matter if you have experience in performing electronic music or you are an absolute rookie looking to fill in gaps in your skills, this schedule assists you in your requirement to raise your level in music production. You will be accustomed to the synthesizer which is pre-requisite within contemporary scenario of music production. It is debatable if the real & great music can be made with or without the synthesizer, but if you understand the way how a synthesizer work’s, it will give you an…  Read More.


Production for REMIX

PRODUCTION FOR REMIX Music remixing is all about song selection, editing the arrangement of the song, applying new rhythms, tunes and harmonies, using the available musical hardware and softwares. It involves re-interpreting a song that already exists. When it comes to making remix of old or existing songs, one will often find themselves just looking at their DAW thinking about the numerous combinations that can be done. All this can be quite overwhelming. The whole point of making a remix is to set it apart from the original version. Altering an already existing song by changing and/or removing pieces of the song, adding beats and tunes is what a remix is all about. Remixing became prevalent with the availability of well equipped home computers having audio capabilities. It is now possible to create your own albums by cutting sounds from other music. The beauty about remixing is…Read More.