Development in Music Production

Duration: 3 Months | Teacher: OMMK | Category: Music Production

Development in Music Production

  • 5.0

Our flagship EMP Electronic Music Production is a profound, focused and innovative Course providing you with the opportunity to establish your roots as a producer, performer and practicing electronic artist.

Fully immerse yourself in the subject area while developing the "Hands On" practical tools, creative techniques, industry knowledge, critical analysis and human attributes Required to pursue a rewarding and successful career in electronic music production and performance. FL Studio (Fruity Loops) is software used in the creation and production of electronic music. It is an editor, a recorder and a sequencer, based on the concept of patterns introduced into a playlist.

FL Studio is used by hip hop and electronic musicians and DJs such as Martin Garrix, Afrojack, Avicii, Zardonic, Metro Boomin, Alan Walker, Southside, Mike Will Made It, Dyro, Madeon, Slushii, and Porter Robinson, among many others. This course allows to use functionally and efficiently the main applications of the software. The student is able to understand the peculiarities of the software FL studio to make the recording and editing of audio and MIDI.

CURRICULUM FOR THIS COURSE :

Purchase FL Studio
Introduction Basic Sound Theory
Introduction Main layout & windows
The Brower's
The Playlist (Session View )
The step sequencer (Channel Rack)
The Piano Roll
The Mixer
User Interface (UI) Test
Creating Dance Music Track
Basic Music Theory
Building intros & outros
The Drop, Build-ups & Breakdowns
BONUS LECTURE: Structure differences between sub-genres
What is a lead instrument?
What is a bass instrument?
What is a pad?
What is an arp?
Creating Melodies
Layering Instruments
Delay effects
Reverb effects
EQ
Compressor

  • Learn how to create a full dance track
  • Understand the difference between sub-genres of EDM
  • Have a full understanding of FL Studio and how it works
  • Understand the differences between leads, basses, pads and arps
  • Understand basic music theory and apply it to dance music creation