How to chose the right music production course at TRW.

Most people who start off on their career in music production think in terms of which software to use not realising that all software is based on the assumption that general recording studio functions are already familiar such as:
  • Waveforms
  • Low pass, high pass, band pass filters.Sound Engineering Courses
  • Shelving EQ
  • Parametric EQ
  • Time delay based effects (reverberation, echo, phasing, etc)
  • post & pre fade busses.
  • Insert points.
  • Envelope Generators.
  • Compression/limiters
  • Noise Gates/Expanders/Companders
  • Analog/digital/hardware/software Mixing desks.
  • MIDI control change commands.
  • MIDI program commandsSteinberg Cubase-A1 Synth
  • Control surfaces
  • Analog vs digital systems.
  • And a lot, lot more.
Unless you are familiar with all these aspects then you are not really ready to learn how to professionally use a Digital Audio Workstation such as Ableton Live, Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools, etc.
Similarly if you want to improve your mixing, professionally record live instruments or program synthesisers & samplers you will need to know this stuff.
The TRW Music Production Foundation Course covers all these points. We strongly recommend that everyone do this course regardless of how much or little experience they have had. We have been running this course for 27 years! We know what we are talking about.
For details & enrolling please follow this link: http://recordingworkshopuk.com/music-production-course-foundation
Please note there is a maximum of 4 people per class so they fill up quickly!