||Monday 31 July 2017
||Leeds College of Music
||Monday 31 July - Friday 4 August 2017; 10am - 5pm
Join us for this practical summer school. Over five days you will experience the complete process of recording, mixing and mastering your music. Facilitated by professional producer and educator Alex, you will arrange and record a song in one of our state-in-art recording studios through a large format analogue console.
Create your own mix or interpretation of how the song should sound by editing, mixing and mastering in one of our computer music suites.
This summer school is suitable for beginners to recording, although participants will be introduced to some intermediate music production concepts. To get the most from this course, you will need to play an instrument or sing, and engage in collaborative work throughout the week.
Alex Halliday (BA, PGCert PA) is a Music Production lecturer who teaches on the Foundation Degree and BA Music Degree (Production) at Leeds College of Music. His specialist areas are Computer Music Technology and Studio Recording. He is an Apple certified Pro trainer for Logic X and an official AVID Pro-tools Operator. Alex continues to write and produce his own music, as well as composing, recording and producing for performing arts organisations and the public services such as Opera North, Yorkshire Dance and West Yorkshire Police.
We are pleased to be able to offer an accommodation package at Liberty Dock in Leeds City Centre for this Summer School for participants aged 16+. Full details can be found on our Summer School Accommodation page (opens in a new tab).
If you would like to book accommodation, please ensure that you read the information on the accommodation page before completing the course booking form and payment.
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