Electronic Music Recording Certificate Course (EMRCC-83)

Electronic Music Recording Certificate Course (EMRCC-83)

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Electronic Music Recording Certificate Course (EMRCC-83)

Duration

  • 12-16 weeks (an extension could be granted under special circumstances)

The Electronic Music Course provides an opportunity for music enthusiasts to unleash their passion for sound by training with industry professionals at a world-class facility. The program encourages artistic individualism and combines the fundamentals of Electronic Music production with exploration of more experimental and advanced techniques. Students will graduate from the 12-16 weeks program with the skills and knowledge to better create the music of their choosing.

Requirements

Introduction to Music Theory, Composition, Arranging, electronic music & Recording equipments.

Target Group

  • You make music and you would like to experiment with electronic sounds or work more efficiently with your equipment
  • You have basic knowledge of music creation software such as Logic Pro, Ableton Live.
  • You are a DJ looking to advance your career
  • You want an edge on your existing production techniques
  • You are passionate about electronic music
  • You intend to study further in this area
  • Interested in expanding your compositional skills
  • Notating and production

The EMC program is intended for musicians and DJs who enjoy experimenting with technology as well as electronic music and audio hobbyists. The program is open to anyone 16 years of age and above with no prior experience or personal equipment required. A laptop capable of running current music software is suggested for students as well.

Course and Administrative fee

The total administrative and course fee charge is $ 1000 (Based on academic merits, a partial scholarship or/and installment payment of fee can be grnted to a limited number of applicants. Please contact us on details.)

Operating Guarantee

Applicants will be provided an academic representative, and a qualified and experienced Course Mentor , text book materials , other study materials, slides, case studies, excercises, tests, supplements and other sources to secure additional materials on the specifics indicated in the course description section. After proper study and review of all materials and completing of all assignments arrangements will be concluded by academic advisor for candidates to sit for their exams at one of Registered Partner Examination centers (RPEC). Specific arrangements will be provided to applicants in good time.

Other Important elements of the Course:

  • Lecture-based training
  • Hands-on learning
  • Instructor Feedback

Start / Registration

Registration to our programs is made by was of completing our online application format this link: http://german-academic-institute.org/application-section-a.html One may contact us per e-mail as well at: contact@german-academic-institute.eu Registration should be concluded atleast 4 weeks prior to the beginning of the course.
Summarized description of course topics & additional literature

Students learn about critical concepts such the history of electronic music, music theory, digital audio, microphone recording, analogue & digital mixing consoles, and signal flow. Students will examine various home studio set-ups and will be offered assistance in purchasing decisions. After gaining understanding of the nuts & bolts of audio, students begin to learn popular programs such as Reason & Ableton Live, Steinberg –CUBASE etc.. Also covered are dynamic & time-based effects, equalization, MIDI control, and basic audio synthesis. Next up, more sophisticated recording programs such as Steinberg CUBASE, Interfaces, Logic Pro 9 are explained. Advanced synthesis, sampling, remixing, beat chopping and outboard processing are all extensively covered in this section. Utilizing these concepts, students are shown how to craft compelling original sounds for use in their productions. In the final section, students learn how to arrange, mix, and master their music to provide optimum impact both in earbuds and on the dance floor. Digital distribution and music business concepts such as copyright, blogging, and marketing are also covered.

  • Audio Engineering & Music Fundamentals
  • Composition, Recording & Production
  • Creating Original Sounds & Advanced Techniques
  • Getting It Together & Putting It Out

Other Important elements of the Course:

  • Lecture-based training
  • Hands-on learning
  • Instructor Feedback

Qualifications

The Modules which are alligned up with  innovative materials  including the Practical Training Attachment (PTA)to each course, were designed by a group of international EU and ACP practicing educationists and experienced active experts in the industry. These provisions are being made possible through the European Union programme for Capacity Building for Higher Education in Developing Countries (EDULINK I, II and ACP Science and Technology,Erasmus Mundus etc..)
As a result of the years of co-operation between the German Academic Institute , F+U Group (Schools, Academies & Universities) Heidelberg,Germany,(International University of Cooperative Education and The University of Applied Science-Berlin) and other EU-Higher Education, Vocational & Continuing Educational Training Institutes, qualified (passing of both theory & practical training attachment) applicants will be a warded a German Academic Institute Professional Certificate (GAIPC) in cooperation with its state recognized German academic training Institutes. This co-operative engagement is important and practiced  at GAI in order  to guarantee “Quality Assurance” and “EU added value elements” of course content.

Alternative articles

  • Core Reading
  • Recommended Reading
  • Acoustics, Psychoacoustics and the Psychology of Music
  • Digital Audio
  • History of Recording
  • Electronic Musical Instruments
  • elektronische Musik
  • From Analogue to Digital
  • Into the Mainstream/Synth Pop
  • Electronic Dance Music
  • Electroacoustic Music
  • Electronica
  • Analysis of Electronic Music
  • Representations
  • Audiovisuals and Broadcast Media
  • Sonic Art and Digital Art
  • Miscellany
  • Further Listening Resources
  • Computer Music Bibliography
  • Advanced Computer Music Bibliography
  • Video
Course Durations: 39hr 45min

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Course Reviews


  • Fua Kenge

    (5/5)

    This is an interesting course and teaches me many Electronic Music Recording techniques that I can leverage when doing my lesson plan.

  • Azim Brehan Daniel

    (5/5)

    Interesting course, but I was very busy at the time of passing it and could not enjoyed it as I would like, only could pass running the assignments. When I find myself with plenty free time next sommer in holidays ,I will study it again more deeply

    (5/5)

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