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Course Number: MUCP108-HS2018
Course Instructor: Max Blomgren
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This course takes an in-depth look at music synthesis, in a variety of forms, with practical methods and applications for creating and producing music for multimedia. Lessons and topics include; An Overview of Electronics in Scoring, Practical, musical and dramatic approaches and considerations, An overview of electronics in scoring from the 1940s to the present, The orchestral demo, the hybrid score, the electronic score and everything in between. Working With Sampled Instruments, Approaches for achieving the best sounding orchestral simulations, Making effective and appropriate demos of an ultimately orchestral score, Creating a final “orchestral” score using samples, Working With Sampled Instruments, The Basics of Synthesis, Creating music without significant use of samples or live recording, Special arrangement and mixing considerations, and much more.
Class Schedule – Summer 2018
This course is available during SESSION 1 – classes from June 4th – July
There are two SECTIONS offered for this course. Select ONE of the following options;
SECTION 1 – Mondays from June 4th – July 9th from 11:00am – 12:30pm or…
SECTION 2 – Wednesdays from June 6th – July 11th from 6:00pm – 7:30pm
– CLASS DOES NOT MEET DURING THE WEEK OF JULY 2ND – 5TH
For a complete class schedule for all ETHOS courses go to the calendar
Max Blomgren will present his course “live” from Los Angeles via the ETHOS virtual classroom. Details for access to the virtual classroom will be made available to you after you register for the course.