Music Production


6 Months Course
Contents - Overall(Composition, Arrangement, Mixing & Mastering)

1. Music Theory( From Fundamentals To Song Writing On The Staff Without Any Instrument.) 2. Essential Skills & Basics (Theory) 3. Understanding Music Theory And Implementation Process On Logic Pro X 4. Introduction Of Music Theory & History 5. All The Scales & Types Of Scales & Relative Major Minor Scales 6. All The Chords & Harmonies With The Inversions 7. Family Of Chords With The Musical Modes 8. Introduction & Details Of Staff Notes (Treble & Bass Clef) 9. Sight Reading (Staff Notation ) 10. Time Signature & Its Characteristics (Common & Waltz Time, Triplets, Shuffle Etc) 11. Sequence (Tonal, Real, Melodic, Harmonic) 12. Syncopation 13. Tonicization 14. Modulation / Keys Relationships / Common Chord Modulation /Change Of Mode Etc. 15. Ear Training(Hearing & Understanding The Composition Of The Song On The Keyboard) 16. Compass Of Instruments 17. Structuring The Arrangement (What Goes Where And Why) 18. Harmonising With Chords, Progressions, And Substitutions(Working With The Harmonic Background 0f An Arrangement) 19. Utilising Voicing And Voicing Leading(Choosing The Order Of Notes Within A Chord-And From Chord To Chord) 20. Working With Melodies And Counter Melodies(Extending And Enhancing A Pieces Melody) 21. Deciding On The Right Instrumentation(Choosing Which Instrument Play Which Note) 22. Software Programmes- Logic Pro X And Ableton Live Cubase 23. Working With Midi (Drummer Track, Midi Recoding ,Metronome, Piano Roll, Midi Draw Etc 24. Midi- Midi Controllers, Groove Templates, Quantisation 25. Synthesis- Oscillators, Lfo’S, Filters, Control Voltages, Modulation 26. Samplers- Layering, Keyzones, Manipulation, Hardware Vs. Software. 27. Audio Recoding & Editing(Flex ,Melodyine, Automations ,Etc) 28. Samplers, Synthesizers, Drum Machines 29. Vst Plugins (Kontakt, Omnishphare, Stylus, Serum , Sylenth, Massive Etc..) 30. String Instruments(Writing For Both Bowed Nd Plucked Strings) 31. Brass Instruments(Writing For Concert, Marching, And Drum Crops Brass) 32. Woodwind Instruments(Writing For Single Reed, Double Reed, And Flute-Like Instrument) 33. Keyboard And Electronic Instruments(Writing For The Piano, Organ, Synthesizer And Similar Instruments) 34. Percussion Instrument(Writing For Drums And Mallets) 35. Voices(Writing For Sopranos, Alto, Tenor, Basses And Other Voices) 36. Arranging For An Orchestra(Creating Symphonic Pieces For The Full Orchestra) 37. Arranging For A Bollywood Song (Creating Vocal Arrangement In Stab Fashion And The Instrumentation ) 38. Arranging For A Rhythm Sections Different Geners(Edm, Ballads,Pop, Etc)(Writing N Different Styles And For Different Rhythm Sections Instruments)

1. Deciding the Genre 2. Coming Up With The Melody (Piano & Guitar Or Voice) 3. Basic Rythm Supporting the Melody 4. Importance Of A Hook Line Of The Song. 5. Lyrics Writing Process (Converting Melody Into Lyrics) 6. Recoding Sctrach Vocals 7. Working Of The Arrangement Of The Song 8. Recoding Live Instruments

* Mixing : 1. What is Mixing? 2. Why do we need to Mix? 3. The Concept of Signal Processing - Dynamics, EQ, Reverbs, Delay, Phasing, Flanging, Distortion 4. The Concept of Balance - Levels - Dynamic Range - Using Compression and Gain - Tonal - EQ - Uses and Techniques - Ambiance - Reverb - Uses and Techniques - Modulation - Delay, Flange, Phasing, Distortion - Uses and Techniques 5. Panorama - Concept and PAN Law - L-C-R Panning - Mix in Mono - Phase Consistency 6. The Master Channel 7. Delivery of Mix and Formats Mastering : 1. What is Mastering? 2. Mastering vs Mixing 3. Prerequisites for a Mastering Session 4. Audio Restoration 5. Mastering Chain (Analogue and Digital) 6. Stereo Imaging 7. Volume, Loudness and Limiting 8. Dither 9. Delivery File Formats

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