Age 13 and up
Starts March 04, 2013
Duration 15 days, from 5.30 P.M. to 8.00 P.M.
Workshop fee AWG. 75, -
Registration is now closed
Venue Ateliers '89, Dominicanessenstraat 34
Workshop instructor Adriano Nanof (Brazil)
It is important for a musician to know how to formulate his or her ideas and bring them to fruition.
With that in mind, this workshop introduces students to techniques of music production: how to begin the process of composing, from musical arrangement and lyrical writing to post production. Students will learn how to work with computer programs to start producing a track, using all the new technologies that allow for music-making on their own computers. Recording techniques, mixing and combining the music with videos will be some of the topics of the workshop. See a detailed program schedule: Music Production.
The Music Production students will play a role in the making of the 'credits music' for AVI's new movie.
Meet your Instructor
Adriano Nanof started collecting keyboards and sound-producing devices before computers became so common in the late eighties, recording and overdubbing K7 tapes, then moving to Commodore Amiga platform to produce electronic music in the nineties, getting high-charted music at the mp3.com music site, the 'MySpace' of that time.
He has performed as a DJ in Brazil at some of the best venues in São Paulo and other cities, as well as in Holland in early 2000s. He’s worked with one of the major audio production companies in Brazil, producing an impressive array of ad music and post-production for 7 years. Researching for the 'sound of the next moment' was the main thing. Then he started composing soundtracks as a solo producer for short films, radio and TV ads.
Now he is developing some live cinema music, bringing the freshness of the live performance to the screening of movies.
The workshop fee AWG. 75,- can be paid via bank transfer or in cash at the first day of class, but you have to specify the type of payment during the registration process.
Bank transfer information:
Bank name: Caribbean Mercantile Bank N.V.
Account name: AVI-Audiovisual Institute of Aruba Foundation
Account number: 600646600
To ensure your payment will be properly processed, you can email your bank transfer receipt to email@example.com.