Introduction to Recording
Have you ever wondered what it takes to mix or record music and musicians to make it¬†sound the best it can be? Have you ever wanted to learn how to use technology to make your own tracks? Well, now the Red Clay Music Foundry is offering opportunities to learn what it’s all about!
We are offering Recording Classes ¬†Fall, Winter, Spring and Summer sessions. Each quarter will last 8 weeks (summer 4 weeks), and will give you the tools to mix, record, and/or create your own music. Our Fall classes will meet from 6:30 – 7:45 on Mondays. Winter, Spring and Summer class times may differ.
- Fall Session
September 18 – November 6
- Winter Session
January 18 – March 8
- Spring Session
March 18 – May 14
- Summer Session
Tuition $245.00 per session.
- Intro to Recording
- Learn about the DAW (digital audio workstation)
- What is an interface and why do I need one
- Hooking up an interface to your computer to record
- Recording a live sound (guitar, vocal, piano, etc.)
- Intro to mixing
Tim has been involved with virtually every aspect of the music business all his life ‚Äď either writing,¬†recording, teaching, or performing. After high school he was in many rock bands and used to record in¬†studios, but he was always on the ‚Äúother side of the glass‚ÄĚ. In the late 90’s and early 2000’s Tim had a¬†crude ‚Äústudio‚ÄĚ using a pc with Sonar Cakewalk and a keyboard. In late 2004, he made the jump into the¬†Mac world and Pro Tools. That is the system he still uses today. He now is owner and chief engineer¬†for his professional recording studio, DoubleSharp Music Recording based in Lawrenceville, recording¬†everything from rock bands to jazz combos. Click here to read testimonials regarding Tim’s recording classes. ¬†You can also learn more about Tim at these following sites: