Want to record, edit & produce in the studio or at home? Learn to use the tools the pro's use. Get practical training in recording, composing, editing & mixing techniques using Pro Tools.
This short course will provide an understanding of the design and functionality of Pro Tools. You will also receive practical skills in importing/exporting standard music and audio file formats, including converting MIDI files to audio.
After completion of Pro Tools you will be able to:
Demonstrate an understanding of basic DAW design and functionality
Edit and deliver recording sessions utilising Audio and MIDI
Demonstrate critical listening skills by achieving a high quality audio track
Perform recording tasks for both Audio and MIDI
Mix and deliver simple to complex multi-track recordings
Certificate of Completion
Students who complete an AIM short course will also receive a Certificate of Completion.
Delivered by Chloe Harrison (Sydney)
Chloe graduated from AIM in March 2013 with a Bachelor of Music in Composition and Music Production. She has now started her own production company, Tin Shed Music Production, which works alongside Sunfield Records, recording and producing independent artists from Sydney and across NSW. Chloe plays in multiple bands, including folk band Liam Gale and the Ponytails who will be releasing their first album this year which Chloe co-produced and engineered, as well as psych-rock band Aether Beach which features other AIM graduates, and will be releasing an EP of her solo project later this year.
Delivered by Steeve Body (Melb)
Steeve is a screen composer and multi-instrumentalist with a background in music production & engineering, originally from the French Island La Reunion. He has over 10 years working experience in the Australian market. Steeve has owned and operated studios, engineered world renowned artists such as De La Soul, Yothu Yindi and Seal, composed music for major brand TV campaign such as Yalumba, Holden and HTC, scored several short films and a feature film, and mixed countless amounts of content for TV and cinema.
Steeve’s formative years were focused on classical music before transitioning, as a teenager, to the inevitable appeal of Rock,
Alternative, Pop & Funk. Playing the guitar, bass and a bit of drums Steeve’s passion for music grew deeper as he started developing a keen interest for traditional music from La Reunion and folk music from around the world. Consequently he started to acquire a variety of exotic instruments and percussions from Africa, Asia and Europe and learnt their mechanics, sounds and culture implications as he went along.
After studying physics at Uni, Steeve decided to leave his native Reunion Island in 2001 for a bigger island “Australia” and pursue his musical dreams, graduating with a degree in music production in 2003. Fresh out of school he started his own commercial recording studio in Sydney with a fellow classmate and slowly made his way up in the industry.
After many years producing, song writing and engineering for other people, whilst working as a freelance sound mixer and sound designer for film and tv, it has become clear that his skills and passion are best suited for the field of music composition for film and television. Writing music for picture has proven to be the most fulfilling experience Steeve has had as a musician as it has allowed him to combine his love for instrumental music, film and technology together in one.