BEMAC presents EMERGE: RECORD
02 Jul - 04 Jul 2018 | Monday 10:00am to 1:00pm
RECORD is a FREE introductory workshop program designed to provide hands-on skills and understanding into the audio production industry.
The three-day intensive will guide participants through the process of recording, mixing and mastering audio for publication on digital platforms such as iTunes and Soundcloud.
It is part of BEMAC’s EMERGE professional development series, which aims to engage, upskill and empower the next generation of creatives from culturally diverse backgrounds living in Queensland.
By exploring the practical aspects of audio production and providing insight into the skills required to pursue a career in sound recording and audio production, RECORD aims to promote interest in the music and audio production industries.
Another objective of RECORD is to provide young emerging artists the opportunity to learn the skills required to be self-sufficient at recording and publishing their own musical works.
By providing the opportunity and recourses to young people who may not have access to these otherwise, RECORD aims to be the “foot in the door” beginnings for young and emerging creatives, which may inspire further education and experience in the field.
By the end of the workshop series, participants will have recorded, mixed and mastered a musical work ready for publishing on digital platforms. They will have gained a deeper understanding and hands-on experience with the tools and techniques used in the recording and post-production process.
Introduction to basic audio recording terminology and components.
Understanding basic audio recording software setup and operations.
Basic audio recording equipment setup and operation to record a quality audio signal.
Recording a multitrack session
Applying good practices when archiving & saving recording projects.
Understanding & applying editing techniques to digital audio within a DAW.
Gain structure & techniques to create a balanced mix
Understanding & applying panning techniques to create a stereo image.
Understanding & applying appropriate audio processing techniques.
Exporting audio to correct specifications.
Understanding the mastering process.
Applying basic mastering principals to a stereo track.
Gain understanding of online digital mastering platforms, pros & cons.
Gain understanding of online publishing platforms for music.
For more information or to register your interest in attending this 3-day workshop taking place at The Access Gateway in Logan Central from July 2 – 4, contact BEMAC’s Artist Development Coordinator Simon Mula on (07) 3391 4433 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Dates:||Monday 2 July - Wednesday 4 July|
|Time:||10:00am to 1:00pm|
|Address:||91 Wembley Rd, Logan Central|