SAN MARCOS —Students will have an opportunity to take electronic musicworkshops through the Extended Learning department at Cal State University San Marcos, such as composing or recording engineer in the Electronic Music Studio. Each range in different skills and will focus on music software to enhance your techniques.In composing, students will learn how to operate various types of music software including Pro Tools and Native Instruments. The focus will be on composing music with MIDI, synthesis, software instrument operation, sampling and digital signal processing.
This class runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and begins July 13. Tuition is $159
In the recording engineer course, students will learn how to operate various types of music hardware including the Avid C 24 mixing console. The focus will be on recording audio in Pro Tools utilizing pre-amps, microphone pick up pattern and
placement techniques, along with audio editing, mixing and mastering techniques.
This class runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. beginning July 20. Tuition is $159
To register, call (760) 750.4020 or visit csusm.edu/el.