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FORMAT: 5 days, 10am to 4pm (performance to follow)
Dates: Aug. 6th – August 10th
The MIX Teen Tech Center (2nd floor)
SF Public Library
100 Larkin St
SF, CA 94102
GOALS: Learn a basic understanding of digital audio production. Understand the building blocks of a song, and create music with a computer using Apple’s LOGIC software program.
Date: June 25-29, Monday through Friday 9am-5pm
300 and 370 South Fair Oaks Avenue,
Pasadena CA 91105
The Subversive program will run concurrently with the LACM Summer Xperience Songwriting and Advanced Production program(s). This will allow the songwriting and production instructors on campus during that week to work with the Subversive group simultaneously, with a specific focus on individualized songwriting and production coaching to produce music that can have a positive impact on the world.
Lyric writing, top line melodic construction, beat production, live and MIDI recording, vocal performance, collaboration, and more will all be focused on throughout the week.
In addition, the students will be joining with the larger group to learn about relevant areas of the music business as well (publishing, licensing, record labels, artist management, live performance, studio techniques, etc.).
Subversive students will be given the opportunity to perform at the end of the week in a final showcase alongside the other songwriting students.
For any students who would wish to present tracks instead of perform live, they will be given that opportunity as well. Studio sessions will be held throughout the week and final number of produced tracks will vary based on experience and ability.
The camp does not include accommodation but options are available on a first come paid basis and can be coordinated with LACM directly after acceptance. Students will be responsible for their own transportation.