You may or may not be aware, but if you register with Point Blank, you get access to several free course samples on our website, including from our Online BA (Hons) in Music Production & Sound Engineering degree. These courses include a run-through of our Virtual Learning Environment and the various ways that you are taught online, including live masterclasses and 1-2-1 sessions, as well as real pages lifted straight from the courses. You may also know that we have updated all of our courses here at Point Blank to be up to date with the latest versions of Ableton Live 10 and Logic Pro X, and now the free sample pages have been updated to reflect that with brand new and updated videos.
There are four example pages from the first module on the degree included in the sample course, two from the Logic course, and two from Ableton. Of the Ableton pages, one is on recording automation, and the second is echo. Both have been given a significant revamp in Ableton 10, and with this content designed by PB Instructor and certified Ableton trainer Thomas Glendenning, you will see exactly how to use them in the latest version of the world’s most popular DAW. Of the Logic pages, you can see how to use busses to subgroup your tracks and get an introduction into the step sequencer. Check out both of these videos below.
We also offer a degree in Music Production & Sound Engineering in London, validated and accredited by Middlesex University, so if these samples whet your appetite for learning with us but you would prefer to be taught in person, that is the way to go. The Introduction to Music Production module is also available as a standalone course for those simply wanting to get an initial footing. If you have any questions or just want to get in touch, give us a call on +44 20 7729 4884.
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