Music Sampling Techniques – Learn How to Create Audio Samples

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Music sampling is an essential part of dance music production although it is also used in other music genres.

</p> <p>This special condensed version of the TRW Sound Engineering &amp; Music Production full time course lasts 9 weeks.</p> <p>Times: 11:00 to 17:30 Tuesdays to Fridays in July. Mondays to Fridays in August.</p> <p>This is the equivalent of all the TRW audio &amp; sound engineering courses and music technology &amp; music production courses with additional practical periods amounting to 32.5 hours per week.</p> <p>Modules included in the summer course:</p> <ul> <li>Music Production Foundation course</li> <li>Cubase Tutorial</li> <li>Music Sampling Techniques</li> <li>Synth programing</li> <li>ProTools Tutorial</li> <li>Logic Studio Tutorial</li> <li>Multi-track live recording including microphone techniques for vocals, acoustic &amp; electric guitar, bass and drums.</li> <li>Mixing and mastering</li> </ul> <h4>One of the most important features is that there is a very maximum of 5 people per full time course.</h4> <p>Other schools, colleges or courses have somewhere between 10 and 30 people per course. “I have taught in further education colleges and it was a nightmare. There were about 25 students trying to get access to the mixing desk. The class was also held back by some students who were there because they could not think of anything better to do. They were not really interested which brought the whole class down…” says Jose Gross the founder of The Recording Workshop. “I like the personal approach. Small classes, lots of practice on the equipment. Exchange of ideas between people. I am still learning even now from my students because they have unprejudiced ideas about how to do things which I am always struggling with myself.”</p> <p><img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-546" title="Music Production Summer Course" src="https://recordingworkshopuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/107-SarahAndyYannick2.jpg" alt="Music Production Summer Course" width="284" height="214" /> <img class="alignright size-full wp-image-547" title="Music Production Studio" src="https://recordingworkshopuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/studio-person.jpg" alt="Music Production Studio" width="311" height="214" /></p> <p><img class="alignleft size-full wp-image-548" title="Steinberg Cubase-A1 Synth" src="https://recordingworkshopuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/cubase-A1.jpg" alt="Steinberg Cubase-A1 Synth" width="318" height="216" /></p> <p><img class="size-full wp-image-549 alignright" title="Drum Kit in the Live Studio at TRW" src="https://recordingworkshopuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/drumssmall.jpg" alt="Drum Kit in the Live Studio at TRW" width="291" height="216" /></p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>Another distinguishing feature of The Recording Workshop is that it is located slap bang in the middle of one of the most densely populated recording studio areas in the world. There are something like 50 recording studios in about 3 blocks of buildings! A lot of them belong to world class acts. One is frequently seeing famous faces in the nearby cafe or just walking down the corridor in this building or down the street. This makes it ideal for making contacts and work opportunities.</p> <h4>The course is in 2 parts:</h4> <p>The 1st part of the sound engineering &amp; music technology full time course starts on Tuesday 30th June and lasts 7 weeks.</p> <p>The 2nd part of the sound engineering &amp; music technology course is entirely hands-on supervised studio time for you to create and develop your own productions over the last 2 weeks.You will also have studio time on the 3 previous Mondays.</p> <h4>Remember that as a full time student you are eligible for:</h4> <ul> <li>Discount on Apple computers.</li> <li>Discount on music software.</li> <li>Discount on Borders books.</li> </ul> <p>Insurance is also available to cover your possessions and your fees if you become ill: Student home contents and personal possessions insurance</p> <p>click here to read recent student’s accounts of their experience of the course</p> <h4>Fees:</h4> <h4>9 week summer full time condensed TRW level 1 Sound Engineering &amp; Music Production Diploma.</h4> <h4>Full fee: £2945 including deposit.</h4> <h4 style="text-align: center;">Click the Order Now button Below</h4> <p style="text-align: center;">
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</p> <h4 style="text-align: center;">Balance</h4> <p>The techniques covered in this course can be applied to any style of music but our main attention will be on electronic music.<br /> This means experimental music as well as house, techno, psytrance, progressive, trance, dubstep, HipHop and any other form of dance music.</p> <h4>Starts 05/07/11. Ends 29/07/11. Times: 11:00 to 17:30 Tuesdays to Friday. Extra times available for practice if desired.</h4> <h4>The course consists of the following modules:</h4> <ul> <li>Music Production Foundation course</li> <li>Cubase Tutorial</li> <li>Synth Programing</li> <li>Music Sampling Techniques</li> </ul> <h3>Summer Sound Engineering course. 4 x weeks. 6 hours per day. £1500 inc. £300 deposit.</h3> <p>The course covers gain-structure, signal-to-noise ratio, working with microphones, mixers, effects, dynamic processors, mixing and mastering. Getting a professional sounding production. The course applies to working on stage, in a studio, producing sound effects for multimedia or working in post-production for television and mixing sound for video games.</p> <p>Starts 12/07/11. Ends 05/08/11. Times: 11:00 to 17:30 Tuesdays to Fridays. Extra times available for practice if desired.</p> <h4>The course consists of the following modules:</h4> <ul> <li><a title="Music Production Foundation Course" href="http://master1956.info/Jose/music-production-foundation-course" target="_blank">Music Production Foundation course</a></li> <li>ProTools</li> <li>Multi-track live recording including microphone techniques for vocals, acoustic &amp; electric guitar, bass and drums.</li> <li>Mixing and mastering</li> </ul> <h4>Start dates</h4> <h4>9 week course</h4> <p>Tuesday 5th July to Friday 2nd September 2011 or Tuesday 12th July to Friday 9th September 2011</p> <h4>4 week courses</h4> <p>Electronic Music Production: Tuesday 5th July Summer Sound Engineering: Tuesday 12th July</p> <h4>4 day Foundation to Sound Engineering &amp; Music Production course</h4> <p>Tuesday 5th July or Tuesday 12th July</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> <p>TERMS AND CONDITIONS.</p> <ol> <li>All course places can only be reserved on receipt of deposit or full payment.</li> <li>The deposit is absolutely non-refundable or transferable unless no places are available.</li> <li>There is no refund for lateness or absence from any or all of the sessions after session 1.</li> <li>There is no refund for dropping out of the course after 28 days before session 1. If notified before the fees paid will be refunded minus the deposit.</li> <li>The total payment has to be made in full by 8 days for UK &amp; EU nationals or 14 days for non UK &amp; EU nationals before session 1 otherwise students will be removed from the course and lose their deposit.</li> <li>The recording workshop reserves the right to refuse admission without explanation.</li> <li>Students are not allowed to eat, drink or smoke in the studio.</li> <li>If for any reason a student enrolls late so as to start a course at session 2 such as there being a spare place the full fee will be due at least 2 days before session 2. No refund will be allowable for dropping out or any absence after session 2.</li> <li>Students are not allowed to touch any controls other than those specifically instructed by the course tutor.</li> <li>Mobile phones to be switched off during lessons.</li> <li>Any lateness or absence is to be notified as soon as possible preferably by text.</li> <li>Any absence due to illness lasting more than 3 days needs to be certified by a doctor.</li> <li>Students who miss 3 or more classes without an explanation will no longer be eligible to have work experience arranged for them.</li> <li>Students who miss 3 or more classes from any one module will not be eligible for the appropriate certificate unless they can show that they have made up for what they have missed.</li> <li>Students need to have all 8 certificates in order to get the diploma and be eligible for work experience.</li> <li>Work experience is only available for UK and EU nationals.</li> </ol> <h4 style="text-align: center;">Contact The Recording Workshop</h4> <p style="text-align: center;">Unit 10, Buspace Studios, Conlan Street, London, W10 5AP</p> <p style="text-align: center;">Phone +44(0)20 896 88 222 or fax +44(0)20 7460 3164</p> <p>&nbsp;</p> " data-medium-file="" data-large-file="" class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-192" title="Music Sampling Techniques - Akai S1000" src="https://recordingworkshopuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/05/akais1000.png" alt="Music Sampling Techniques - Akai S1000" width="549" height="202" />

The basic principle behind audio sampling is to take small snippets of sound edit them and use them creatively in your track, however there are many more music sampling techniques involved, and these will all be covered in the course.

Overview of the Music Sampling Techniques Course.