About the Course
In the Electronic Music Production specialization, you will learn the tricks of the trade to create high-quality, professional sounding music. You’ll begin by learning about the nature of sound and how a signal flows through a home studio setup.
Additionally, you’ll learn how to create your own custom musical sounds through music synthesis. You’ll explore how to record MIDI and real instruments into the flexible and agile Digital Audio Workstation, Ableton Live. You’ll also learn to professionally record, produce, edit, and mix a vocal track with the Grammy-winning producer, Prince Charles Alexander.
What you will learn?
- The nature of sound and how natural sound is transformed into an electronic signal that we can record.
- How to record, edit, and mix live instruments and MIDI in Ableton Live.
- How to create custom sounds using a synthesizer and how to integrate those custom sounds for your musical compositions.
- How to record, edit, mix, and add effects to vocal tracks for your electronic music productions.
Skills you will gain?
- Audio Production
- Audio Recording
- Sound Design
- Audio Editing
- Music Making
- File Management
- MIDI programming
- Create an electronic composition
- Create custom synthesizer patches
- Manipulate preset patches
Applied Learning Project
In the first course of this specialization, The Technology of Music Production, you will be asked to create a presentation on a topic of your choice. Next, you will produce and record original music using real instruments, MIDI, custom synth patches, and effects such as equalization, compression, and reverb.
There are 4 Courses in this Specialization
- The Technology of Music Production: Learn about the music production process—including recording, editing, and mixing—and the tools available to you to create contemporary music on your computer.
- Introduction to Ableton Live: The new version of Introduction to Ableton Live featuring Ableton Live 10 will launch on April 20!
- Creation Sound for Electronic Music: In this project-centered course*, you will create sounds and use them in your own musical compositions. Whether you’re an aspiring producer, composer, or hobbyist, this course will help you gain skills in music production and confidence using software synthesizers. Along with your classmates, you will create a massive database of designed sounds, or patches, to use in your compositions.
- Electronic Music Performance Techniques: From the Moog analog synthesizers in the 1960s to the contemporary usage of computers, performance controllers, and mobile devices, Electronic Digital Instruments (EDIs) have long been capable of offering artists a new range of musical expression. In this one-of-a-kind course, you’ll learn the essential skills you need to perform on an EDI.
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