The Chattanooga Public Library just built and opened The Studio, a professional recording studio in our downtown branch featuring industry standard equipment and professionally led workshops and learning opportunities. The Studio is already home to the Chattanooga Times Free Press weekly Live Facebook event, Music Wednesdays and we're just getting started.
Now the library is teaming up with the pros over at Dynamo Studios to bring you their exclusive Full Song Production Start to Finish classes taught at the Chattanooga Public Library.
Registration is required.
Space is limited.
Valid library card required.
Class is for ages 12-18
About the class:
Full Song Production Start to Finish for Teens
Wednesday, October 4
Have you ever wondered what it takes to record music in an audio recording studio? In our full song production program students will have the opportunity to see what it takes to work with a band and a professional audio engineer/producer. Throughout this Full Song series, students will be learning by actually producing and engineering a band with guidance from industry pros. Students will learn the techniques needed to create a polished final product, everything from advanced mic techniques, to session management, to advanced mixing principles, etc. This is THE program for anyone that is wanting to take the next big step towards a career in the music industry!
- Song Writing & Arrangement
- Pre-production and Post-production
- Demo and Scratch Track Production
- In depth Vocal, Drum, Guitar, Bass, and Auxiliary Sound Production
- Mic Placement and Advanced Mic Techniques
- Signal Chain Construction
- Session Editing
- Analog Outboard Gear Techniques
- Digital Plugin Techniques
- Advanced Mixing Techniques
Space is limited. Classes are for students ages 12-18 years old.
Audio Engineering: Acoustic Guitars Singer Songwriters in The Studio is brought to you by The Chattanooga Public Library, in partnership with local education non profit Dynamo Studios The Chattanooga Public Library's recording studio is made possible through grants from The Lyndhurst Foundation, The Benwood Foundation and the Friends of the Chattanooga Public Library.
Learn More About The Studio