Level IV – The Art of the Super Producer
Making it a Career
The final level of the Beat Lab Certification Program guides you through the process of planning, creating, and finalizing a music project.
To complete level IV, the student will be required to create a 2 track EP, consist of one original track and one collaboration track.
The course will cover more in-depth music theory: Orchestration, Jazz Theory, Harmonizing techniques and Counterpoint. These methods will help you write more unique and compelling music.
Level IV will take you out of the box and into the art of real-world recording. Where you will learn the best recording, mic-ing and space utilization techniques.
Then, we’ll go into a series of in-depth mixing lessons covering the art of EQ, Space, Distortion, and Dynamics to help you make your music the best it can be.
We’ll finalize the music with designing and building your own custom mastering chains to prepare your music for the specifics platform you going to release on (Youtube, Spotify, Pandora, Soundcloud, CD, radio, Club etc…)
For the final week, the students will create their artist bio, cover art, press kit, website, media package, and artist branding under the guidance of a music branding professional.
The student is expected to release his/her EP independently or commercially through a label.
LEVEL IV INCLUDES:
- Access Beat Lab Academy Online course curriculum (For Lesson Plan Click Here)
- Hands-on learning in small classrooms
- Class Jams in Beat Lab’s unique classroom
- Close Parking, public transportation, and proximity to food
- 6 weeks – 42 hours in class, online assignments, and private mentorship
Class meets twice a week for three and a half hours.
LEVEL IV APPLICATION PROCESS:
Submit a concept plan for your project.
- Name of Artist
- Name of EP
- Concept Description (What is the EP all about? What vibe are you going for? Where do you think will be the ideal place to play the EP? The ideal time? Is there a culture, scene or specific style that you inspire from? Will the music be designed for headphone, car, club etc. environment? Is the production based on electronic or acoustic instruments or maybe a hybrid? if you plan to record real instruments like vocalists, drummers, guitarists etc.. do you know who will play on the album? do you need help to get connected to other instrumentalists, songwriters, sound designers, etc.?)
- A list of 10 labels that release similar style to your planned EP
Submission form availableÂ to Beat Lab students only
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