Mixing and mastering are the two most discussed and less understood parts of modern music making. This course aims to clarify a few things, expose some myths, correct a few fundamental mistakes and leave you with the ability to make better sounding records, from start to finish.
This course is two weeks long, and it runs only in July and August.
If you miss this chance you can still take the Advanced Mixing module in September to get the same knowledge (and more) but the cost and time format will be different.
Minimum requirement for this course: successful completion of one of the other Summer courses.
Alternatively you must be able to demonstrate previous experience in music production (at least one year) and a basic understanding of mixers, signal flow, effects, compressors, etc.
If you are in doubt contact our office and arrange a chat with one of our lecturers.
Students are welcome to bring multi-track projects on CD or DVD to get feedback and specific advice.
|Schedule||Monday to Friday - 4 hours per day*|
|Class size||maximum 8 students|
|Entry requirements||yes > see box above|
£950 ( including reg.fee )
July & August 2012 (before and after the Olympics)
* Three hours per day with a tutor plus one hour of additional practice.
With classes limited to just eight people, not everyone will find a place. Reserve yours before it's too late.
A few years ago you could get a job just by having the right equipment (not many people could afford a recording studio) or a piece of paper (when studying was a privilege for the very few). Now every laptop is a recording studio, and a university degree is considered just a starting point.
What makes you stand apart then, what makes YOU special? It's not what you own, but what you can do.
Equipment gets old, skills are for life, make the right investment today.
Read more about what is available to improve your music production skills this Summer.
If you do need equipment it's worth remembering that at LSS we work very hard to obtain the best educational discounts for our students: our exclusive relationship with manufacturers, distributors and with Digital Village mean that you can immediately benefit from the investment you make in the school.
We do not profit from equipment sales, so you can trust us for objective advice on equipment. Because every day we use more software and instruments than most studio owners, we can advise not just on getting the best price but also on long term reliability, support and ultimate value for money.