Series of training sessions for music writers, producers and sound engineers have proven to be fruitful says AMP’s PRO
Public Relations Officer of the Association of Music Professionals Daryl Bobb says a series of training sessions for music writers, producers and sound engineers have proven to be fruitful.
The Association of Music Professional (AMP), with funding from the Government of Dominica, has been conducting training sessions for professionals in the music industry over the last few weeks with the aim of providing them with the necessary skills to take their work to the international level.
The first of these sessions was techniques of song writing for the international market which was held last month with facilitator Aleena Gibson of Sweden.
Bobb says a survey was conducted among participants in terms of the acceptance and their feelings about the course and the overall average results was 90%, a mark he considers commendable.
The second training module is Music Production & Studio Engineering which is currently underway at the newly built Stone Creek Studio in Copthall facilitated by the Canadian Jr. Award Winner Producer and Engineer Elstu Young.
At that workshop participants are being exposed to the basics of operating a recording studio, signal paths, critical listening and monitoring as well as the job offer producer and hands on training in tracking, mixing and mastering.
Bobb says it is time that Dominican artists return to the rudiments of studio recording and production.
Public Relations Officer of the Association of Music Professionals Daryl Bobb
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