Parallel drum processing in Logic explained
The Garnish School of Sound is a new London-based educational facility that runs a variety of music production courses.
More details are below in the official press release, but as a teaser for what the school has to offer, it's put together the tutorial video above for our sister magazines Computer Music and Future Music. This demonstrates parallel drum processing in Logic.
Garnish School of Sound press release
The new music production school, Garnish School of Sound is the only school with six week courses that teach you all you need to know to make professional sounding tracks. They use cutting edge, real world equipment in a fantastic new facility inEast London. Withtutors whose clients read like a who's who of music of the 21st century, this is surely the start of something special. Managing Director, Dave Garnish has nearly twenty years experience in the music industry working in all kinds of creative areas at the highest level, and has brought together a team which represents the best experience and knowledge for music production.
Dave Garnish says: "I don't believe anyone can learn Ableton or Logic in a weekend, but neither do you have to commit years of your life to learn all you need to know. The feedback from people i've worked with over the years has been fantastic. The learners can also look forward to some pretty special masterclasses with some industry legends".
"This is the school London has been waiting for" - Norman Jay MBE
"Your EDM course look awesome" - Anthony Middleton (Audiofly)
"Dave Garnish's work and knowledge of music is outstanding" - Mike McCormack Dep. MD Universal Music
Their EDM (Electronic Dance Music Production) course includes an introduction to synthesis and track construction as well as sampling & beat making. You are shown how to create massive sounds using Massive and other synthesisers along with specialised synthesis techniques. You learn about groove and rhythm, arrangement, FX and lots more. Other courses feature everything from lyric writing to mixing & mastering. All this on a variety of platforms which all have their own beginners dedicated six week course.
The school offers a grand new central point for encouraging the talent of the world's producers, musicians and DJ's.With a philosophythat learning should be informative and exciting, the school offers an experience that leaves good memories, instills a whole new set of skills and gives a bucket load of inspiration. The courses reflect this ethos by providinga balance between how to use the tools of the trade, and how to put these tools into practice.
Theclass numbers are kept low making sure that during workshop time everyone gets plenty of one to one time from their industry active professional. Using an educational practice known as the Spacing Effect, students learn during the class, rest and recap over the next week and then come back for another session fresh. All courses are over six weeks and cost £399
Your can find out more by visiting their website at www.musicproductioncourses.net or calling 020 7682 1082. Also, they have a great blog with some great articles and free tips, tricks and videos: www.musicproductioncourses.net/music-production-tips/