Music Production

Music Production Classes.  Recording Studio Westfield, NJ.
Malcolm Joseph – Producer NJ Workshop for the Arts Recording and Production program in conjunction with AIE Steam!

Special Event – Saturday 11/16 @ 5:00 – 6:00. Free Class/Demo on “What does a producer do” with the renowned Malcolm Joseph. Reservation not required. RSVP suggested – 908-789-9696.

In conjunction with AIE Steam we’re presenting our Music Production program featuring Malcolm Joseph and the exceptional NJWA Recording/Production Studio. We’re offering group production classes, private production lessons, recording sessions, production assistance, and remastering.

Group Classes will cover the full range of production including:

  • the types of equipment and music programs used for working within a recording and production studio.
  • to independently use the program Logic Pro X.
  • to demonstrate and explain how to set up a mixing console and learn the workings of the mixing board.
  • how to create a template to record live instrumentation, individual musicians and bands.
  • the use of virtual instruments within the music/recording program.
  • to develop techniques for microphone placement on drums, bass, and guitar.
  • how to apply a system to digitally record to the computer via mixing console, while observing recording levels, EQ, compression and other attributes to gain a good sound for recordings.
  • how to analyze waveforms and intricate sample editing; distinguish the use of virtual plugins and virtual instruments.
  • how to plan ahead and manage a recording session as an engineer/producer.
  • how to create their own track, which will be engineered and produced from an original music composition.
  • there will also be recording sessions for bands and solo artists.

Watch this space for updates! See more from Malcolm at:

https://malcolmjosephmusic.wixsite.com/mjm1

Photographs and/or videos of participants in this program may be used in various forms of publicly released media such as websites, social media platforms, advertisements, brochures, posters, etc. Parents/guardians of participants must notify the NJWA in writing if they do not consent to these uses of photos/videos of their child(ren).