South East Creative Arts are delighted to be offering peripatetic lessons in music production at Ivanhoe College. South East Creative Arts is a fresh and engaging creative arts company that prides itself on the quality of tuition and ability to make lessons fun, productive and inspiring.
Introduced in September 2016, it is now possible to study for Music Production grades 1-8 in the same way as traditional instruments such as grade 3 violin or grade 2 piano.
Lessons will take place during the school day, students will be expected to catch up with any subject work missed.
Music production lessons give students exposure to a broad range of genres, technology, and musical techniques. Lessons cover composition, music theory, sequencing, sampling, recording, sound design, synthesis, mixing techniques, DJ skills and much more.
Students will have the opportunity to use a mix of software and hardware sequencers, digital audio workstations, drum machines, synthesizers, and samplers. South East Creative Arts offer the option to work with a variety of software packages so as to cover as much ground as possible and tailor delivery to students ability.
As with other musical grades, by the time pupils reach grade 6 it can be worth the equivalent in UCAS points as an A* at A level.
If you’re interested in signing up for lessons please do so via South East Creative Arts website www.southeastcreativearts.co.uk
Along with being an enjoyable activity, music lessons are a great way for children to develop a whole new range of skills, such as coordination, self-confidence, and creative thinking.
So if your child is a budding Calvin Harris or David Guetta and wants to try their hand at production please get in touch using the details below.
Music Production Lessons
10 lessons per term
Individual (30 min) £150
To sign up you can contact us via our website at www.southeastcreativearts.co.uk
Alternatively you can email firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also read more about the music production course at https://www.rslawards.com/music/music-production
If you wish to speak to Mr Cubitt, Co-Lead of Performing Arts Faculty for more information about the lessons please contact me via email email@example.com
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