For this workshop we will explore an introduction to the pieces that make up music production. As a whole, online music production is made up of many different facets which include but are not limited to: composition and musical theory, click recording, sampling and sound synthesis, and mixing and mastering.
We will take a quick dive into a common workflow for how to approach these different facets to create a song. We’ll touch upon concepts and tips/tricks for each area, including what our goals may be and how to stay on track to our end-goal: making a record that matches what we sought to make.
So what are we waiting for? Let’ do it!
About the instructor:
Justin Maribito is an electronic music producer, singer, DJ and audio engineer from Boston. His passion for music stems from a young age, and he transferred this passion into music production in college after realizing how much can be made “in the box” with software. Justin was never a strong instrumentalist (though he plays guitar, bass and piano), so electronic music gave him the ability to express the rhythms and melodies that are always playing in his head.
While he works in many different genres, Justin is mostly interested in creating hard-hitting and vocal-driven melodic dubstep that fuses essences of alternative and post-hardcore rock music. He is always pushing to innovate with his sound which he calls NuBass. He is relentless in finding new and unique ways to explore music, both in production, mixing/mastering, and exposure. Justin has released over 20 tracks to this date and is working to release a new, self-titled EP in early 2017.
This event is completely free but we ask that you RSVP so that we know how many people to expect.