Known as "The Song Doctor", Charles Fisher has been an extraordinary producer of hits in Australia and overseas for decades. His recordings have garnered twelve Australian Record Industry Association (ARIA) Awards, three to his name including a Special Achievement for his Lifetime Contribution to Australian Music. He is at home with rock guitars (Radio Birdman, Hoodoo Gurus), popular and orchestral arrangements (Olivia Newton-John, Air Supply, The Seekers), and many other forms including pop and electronica (Savage Garden, 1927). His ability to work sympathetically with female artists is clear from successful releases he produced for Judith Durham, Olivia Newton-John, Electric Pandas and ARIA-Award- winning Gyan. At the 2001 APRA Awards, Charles Fisher was awarded the Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music (APRA).

DESCRIPTION

This course teaches students how to use a digital audio workstation (DAW) by focusing on the professional suite Pro Tools. Students will learn basics of home studio design,

tools and operation. By the end of the course, they will have recorded either their own original work or a work by their peers.

On completion those students wishing to undertake further studies in this field may have the opportunity to receive a 

conditional offer into our popular Bachelor of Music (Composition and Music Production), or Bachelor of Music (Audio) undergraduate degree programs*

LOCATION

AIM Melbourne, 120 King Street, Melbourne CBD, Room 308 

DATES

Wednesday, October 30th 2019 and running for 5 weeks until November 27th 2019

Music Production - The Home Studio
Wednesday 30th of October
Wednesday 6th of November
Wednesday 13th of November
Wednesday 20th of November
Wednesday 27th of November

 

TIME

6pm - 8pm

Cost $300

*Please note:  Eligibility for early or conditional entry into AIM Degree Programs will often involve achievement of additional criteria other than the successful completion of our AIM Short Courses. These additional criteria will depend upon the particular degree program eligibility requirements.  Entry into any AIM Bachelor Degree program is always at the AIM Head of School’s discretion.  For further information about AIM Degree program eligibility in relation to our Short Courses visit:  aim.edu.au;  email enquiries@aim.edu.au or speak directly with our AIM Short Course Coordinator on 02 92195444. 

AIM 2019 Short Course: Music Production - The Home Studio

WhenWednesday, October 30th 2019 and running for 5 weeks until November 27th 2019
WhereAIM Melbourne