Explore topics such as music pre-production, signal flow, signal processing, and more
Understand how to create realistic mock-ups and explore mock-ups in relation to genre
Learn the basics of music editing for a scored film and temp-tracked project
Learn the complete production process from pre-production, recording, mixing, and editing music to picture
About this course:
Geared towards film composers, this course teaches you the basics of professional applications and workflows for composing, recording, mixing, and editing in the modern DAW environment. Topics include music score preparation, compositional story telling techniques, mixing (signal flow, processing, balance, genre appropriate mixing, score delivery specifications including stem mixes), genre appropriate mixing, score delivery specifications including stem mixes), and the basics of music editing for a scored film and temp-tracked film projects. By course end, students learn the complete post-production process from temp music editing, setting up your DAW for composing to picture, composing a cue, recording solo instruments, mixing a score and score delivery.
Access to and proficiency in using a home studio with sequencing software, and samples are required for completion of assignments. The course does not include instruction in any specific software.
Winter 2024 Schedule
Date & Time
Tuesday 7:00PM - 10:00PM PT
Future Offering (Opens November 06, 2023 12:00:00 AM)