SFCC Audio Classes

Contact Jason Goodyear for more info:
jason.goodyear@sfcc.edu
505.577.8036

The Spring 2018 semester starts on January 16. These classes can fill up fast, so sign up today at the SFCC Website

Audio Production 1
MART 160 – CRN 30271

Wednesday // 1:00pm – 3:45pm
1/17/18 – 5/9/18
Class starts January 17
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Learn the basics of audio production. Get an understanding of the science of sound, acoustics and psychoacoustics, recording techniques, how to treat a room, and how to use Protools – the most popular recording software in professional music studios around the world and the choice of the film industry. An ideal class for musicians curious about recording, people with some experience who want to learn more, people in film who appreciate the importance of sound and want to get better at it, and anyone who wants to learn how to use Protools. This is the first class to take if you want to get the Audio Certificate and a prerequisite for taking Audio Production 2.

Intro to Reason and Live
MART 161 – CRN 30272

Tuesday // 5:30pm – 8:15pm
1/16/18 – 5/8/18
Class starts January 16
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Learn how to use Ableton Live and Reason, two of the most popular and fun music software apps out there. They work great for writing, recording, and mixing, and they work even better when you’re performing live. Learn hands-on on your own lab computer loaded with the software. Get together with a whole room of people as passionate about music as you are. This is a great class for beginners and for people who want to take their skills to the next level. When the class is done you get to take the best final ever – working with a group to put on an amazing live show.

Audio Production 2 (Mixing and Mastering)
MART 260 – CRN 30275

Thursday // 1:00pm – 3:45pm
1/18/18 – 5/10/18
Class starts January 18
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Mixing and Mastering. This is the class that will help you take your music to the next level. Get a true understanding of the essentials of mixing, plenty of tips and tricks, and learn what mastering actually is and how to do it. Students can work in Protools or Ableton Live on the lab computers, or in the software of their choice if they bring their own laptop.

Prerequisite is Audio Production 1 (MART 160) or teacher approval. Don’t be afraid to ask if you think you have the skills and experience to keep up. Call Jason at 505.577.8036