MUSIC THEORY

The Essentials of Music Theory For Modern Electronic Music Production

Take the guesswork out of your writing your music and get full control over creating melodies, chord progressions and bass-lines that perfectly complement each other.

The techniques and knowledge you learn in this course will speed up your writing process, open up your musical capabilities and give you a better understanding of what other producers and artists are doing in their music.

As well as personal workflows from the course’s developers – Michael Di Francesco (Touch Sensitive), Yama Indra (GLOVES) and Adam Maggs (Ableton) – you’ll leave with a skill-set of the most practical, easy to apply and relevant music theory concepts and techniques for modern electronic music production.

For more info, you can request a detailed syllabus by contacting us via phone on 02 8065 6913 or email.

Features

Your learning time:

  • 4 weeks of in-class learning followed by 4 weeks to complete your assessment project
  • Total 12 hours of in-class learning
  • Additional 12 hours of guided online learning with perfectly crafted tutorial videos
  • Weekly printed notes for your ongoing reference
  • Assigned arrangement focused project with personalised video feedback provided by our award-winning trainer / producers.

 

For more info, you can request a detailed syllabus by contacting us via phone on 02 8065 6913 or email.

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Delivery

Location: Liveschool, Surry Hills, Sydney.

Class Size: 4-9 persons

Additional Benefits: 

  • Monthly pay-as-you-go instalment plans are available for this course
  • All students are eligible for 40% off Ableton Live.
  • Liveschool’s Music Theory module is included within the larger Produce Music course

 

For more info, you can request a detailed syllabus by contacting us via phone on 02 8065 6913 or email.

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FAQ

What skills or experience are needed to do Music Theory?

Music Theory is designed for in-depth exploration beyond the Create & Destroy course.

You can attend this course if you fit into one of the following options.

1. You already have operational knowledge of Ableton Live or basic MIDI programming.

2. You have attended our Create & Destroy course.

 

What happens if I don’t complete my final production projects on time?

During the course you are given creative projects to work on. These help you put your learning into action, while progressing your skills at a comfortable pace. If any of your productions aren’t complete by the due date, there is no penalty – the projects are about creativity and production quality. If you are falling behind for any reason, we can provide one-to-one training to help catch you back up.

 

What if my circumstances change and I can’t attend one or more sessions?

After booking your course you are responsible for attending all dates and we do not refund, nor accept any liability for your loss of course time. Alternatively, you may be able to transfer your booking to another date or course if you contact us at least 1 month before the course begins. This is subject to availability.

 

For more info, you can request a detailed syllabus by contacting us via phone on 02 8065 6913 or email.

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