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Sound Training Online unveils Christmas discount scheme

Jon Chapple 21 November 2014
Sound Training Online unveils Christmas discount scheme

Sound Training Online is offering a 10 per cent discount on its Ableton Live, Logic Pro X and Native Instruments Maschine courses over the festive period.

Sound Training Online courses start from €175 (£140), making them “an ideal Christmas present for someone special”, says the Dublin-based college. The discount expires on 21 December.

Ableton Live with Martin Clancy takes a comprehensive look at the main functions of the music sequencer and DAW software, and is tailored for students who are new to Ableton, promising to “quickly familiarise [them] with the software’s many features”. The course is delivered by certified Ableton instructor Martin Clancy, a Dublin/New York-based producer, musician, programmer and lecturer.

Music Production in Maschine 2.0 with Will Kinsella is a six-week programme that covers all aspects of producing music within Native Instruments’ Maschine 2.0 software. By the end of the course, learners will have created their own fully mixed arrangement in Maschine and learnt how to integrate the software into their existing production setup. The course is taught from the perspective of the Maschine software, but also demonstrates how to use the Maschine hardware controller in order to “effectively increase your workflow”.

Electronic Music Production with Full Tilt, which consists of two six-week modules, Production 101 and Production 201, provides an in-depth approach to electronic music production using Logic Pro X. The course is a comprehensive, 12-week programme taught by renowned Irish dance music act Full Tilt, who provide weekly personalised feedback and guidance on production-based assignments. “With over 10 years’ experience producing electronic music, they will help guide your initial track ideas into finished productions,” says Sound Training Online.

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