DJ Suketu is one of India’s top DJs and also runs The Music Inc (TMI), one of Mumbai’s finest musical institutions. Over the last few weeks he has been studying our Complete Electronic Music Production online course, demonstrating that even those with his kind of experience can take plenty from learning with Point Blank. He’s been keeping us up to date with his progress thus far with his weekly vlog series. Watch below as he tells us how he found week seven. Come back next week for the next instalment.
By week seven, students will have learned all of the building blocks needed to make a track in a DAW. The final section of this online music production course is all about finishing tracks, turning a great idea into something tangible. This is often the most frustrating part of production, so the final two weeks of the course are dedicated to helping you get past the finish line. To do this, in week seven we look at the importance of having a solid structure in place, and how to work through each element to give your track an extra edge. We also explore a few more effects to help with the final flourish, such as the synth wobble effect demonstrated below.
Synth Wobbler Effect
DJ Suketu and The Music Inc have been working closely with Point Blank in recent months to create a unique educational pathway for their students looking to study with us in London. Indian students looking for academic accreditation in the UK can benefit from saving up to £3,000 on our BA (Hons) Music Production & Sound Engineering Degree, in which we shape a bespoke range of modules for their programme. We have also developed two courses for TMI students looking to study with us in London based on a short-term visa, in the form of our Advanced Music Production & Sound Design Diploma and Advanced Music Production & Sound Design Certificate.
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