Think you can compose the next no.1 hit?
Or want to at least give it a go?
Want to compose music with your parents/carer/family members?
Or go head to head with a family member to see who can create the best tune!!
Learn on brand new equipment and the latest version on Cubase (industry standard music software DAW) partly funded by Leicestershire Music Hub/Arts Council in the air conditioned music technology suite at Ivanhoe.
Release your music on NIMBIT where your family and friends can download a copy of your song.
This is a 5 week course running Mondays 3.30pm – 5pm
There will be a new course every half term starting in January 2017.
You can sign up for any half term you can make throughout the year.
We are limited to 30 people per half term so book your place quick to avoid disappointment – email Mr Cubitt to book a place or for more information.
|Session 1||Session 2||Session 3||Session 4|
|Mon 9th Jan 2017||Mon 20th Feb||Mon 1st May||Mon 5th July|
|Mon 16th Jan||Mon 27th Feb||Mon 8th May||Mon 12th July|
|Mon 23rd Jan||Mon 6th Mar||Mon 15th May||Mon 19th July|
|Mon 30th Jan||Mon 13th Mar||Mon 22nd May||Mon 26th July|
|Mon 6th Feb||Mon 20th Mar||Mon 3rd July|
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