IMS College – Malta
Director of the International Career Center Stine Glismand and instructor Nacho Marco will take part in the summer camp educational program IMS College – Malta, running on 14-15 September, and hosted by the International Music Summit (IMS).
Stine Glismand will be a guest speaker giving a talk on career development for artists.
Nacho Marco has been invited to offer the workshop “Applied Analog Synthesis” in which only a Modular basic system and a DAW are used to create a Deep House track in 50 min. Every sound in the track (Bass drum, snare, hi-hat, bass, leads, and pads) is designed using a monophonic modular synth and sequenced/overdubbed using Ableton Live. Basic concepts of analog synthesis will be explained in the process.
-Subtractive Synthesis: from the VCO to the VCA
-The Use of Filters and Envelopes
-Sound Design: Creating Drums, Bass, Pads, and Lead
-Leveling the Premix
-Recording stems into Ableton
-Jamming on the Stems
-Mixing a Premaster in the Box
IMS College – Malta brings together the next generation of bright industry minds for an intensive, 360-degree, two-day learning experience led by some of the world’s most renowned DJ talent and industry thought leaders including talks from Dubfire, elrow, and Ultra Records.
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