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Join us for an introduction to studio recording and composing music with Ableton Live!

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Workshops

Join Tweed Recording for an introduction to studio recording, Pro Tools, and Ableton! 

February 3: Introductory Workshop – This session is full.

Attendees will spend the morning in one of our studios learning about studio setups, microphones, and recording drums. In the afternoon, attendees will be introduced to music composition using Ableton Live.

This workshop begins at 9am and ends at 4pm.

March 9: Introductory Workshop

Attendees will spend the morning in one of our studios learning about studio setups, microphones, and recording drums. In the afternoon, attendees will be introduced to music composition using Ableton Live.

This workshop begins at 9am and ends at 4pm.

May 4: Home Studio Level 2

During this session, we will walk attendees through the basics of setting up a home studio, including sound treatment and equipment and gear purchases. This session is ONLY available for students who’ve completed an Introductory Workshop.

This workshop begins at 12pm and ends at 3pm.

These workshops are available to anyone over the age of 18 and no experience is necessary! Space is limited to 8 attendees. For more details and to apply, click the APPLY NOW link above.

This workshop is an avocational introduction to specific music production topics and is not intended to prepare learners for employment. 

 

 

Charlie Chastain

Charlie Chastain

Audio Production Instructor

Kayla Dover

Kayla Dover

Associate Instructor/Student Outreach Coordinator

What Students Are Saying

I took the workshop to learn Ableton, and wasn’t entirely sure if that was what I wanted to use, but I definitely know now that’s what I want to use. Mostly I was singing and rapping and I was having other people produce for me, but now I feel comfortable enough that I want to start producing for myself.

– Sean

My thoughts on music are more diverse now. Before I thought of music in more structural ways, but now I see it as more of based on whatever you want to listen to, whatever you think sounds good.

– Kayla

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