Music Production course in Chandigarh and Punjab

Music Production course in Chandigarh and Punjab


Music Production course in Chandigarh, Punjab is an integrated course in which we improvise your Music Skills by Learning Music Instruments along with the Digital Technology to Capture, Process, and Mix and Master the soundtracks. We help you to step up almost all music Genres that make you competent enough to work with current Audio Industry Standards Morph Music Academy at the heart of the entertainment industry in Chandigarh. Next generation of musicians, artists, producers, sound engineers and composers to cater to the need of the ever-growing music industry in India.

 SCO 146-147,Basement Sector 34 A, Chandigarh
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Music Production Courses at Morph Music Academy has been created for this Exact Segment. The course is designed keeping practical application in mind. This Music production Course certification is a perfect base for the student to understand the fundamentals of Music Production. These fundamentals will create a solid base for launching your career in the music business. Students will be introduced to all major aspects of professional music production using the technology.

Course Name : Diploma in Music Production, Direction and Audio Engineering

Duration : 12 Months
Timings: 2-Hr Classes, 6 days per week
Mode: Group Format
Class size – 6 to 7 students

Music Production Courses at Morph Music Academy is designed to help you become a successful Music Producer, Music Programmer, Music Arranger or Record Producer.


Course Content


Lesson 1: Introduction to Desktop Production Tools

  • Music Production Process
  • Creating Musical Ideas
  • Listening and Analysis
  • Recording
  • Editing
  • Mixing
  • Mastering
  • Music Production Tools
  • Synthesizers
  • MIDI Sequencers
  • Audio Recorders
  • Processors
  • Mixers

Lesson 2: Signal Flow

  • Analog Audio Signals and Connections
  • Digital Audio Signals and Connections
  • Signal Flow Between Devices
  • Setting Up a Virtual Studio
  • MIDI Signal Flow
  • Studio Configuration

Lesson 3: Introduction to Electronic Music Synthesizers

  • What’s a Synthesizer?
  • Properties of Sound
  • Pitch, Timbre, Loudness
  • Virtual Instruments
  • Digital Samplers

Lesson 4: Introduction to MIDI Sequencing: Patterns and Recording in Reason

  • MIDI Messages
  • Patterns in Music
  • Creating Patterns
  • Building an Arrangement from Patterns
  • Playing Against a Drum Track
  • Assignment: Reason Sequencing Project

Lesson 5: MIDI Sequencing Continued

  • MIDI Sequencing in Logic
  • The Transport and Arrange Window
  • MIDI Sequencing in Logic, Continued
  • Getting Ready to Record
  • How a Sequencer Represents Time
  • Bars, Beats, and Subdivisions
  • Real-Time Recording
  • Metronome Settings
  • Record Modes: A Sequencer Is Not a Tape Recorder
  • Replace and Overdub
  • Loop Recording
  • Step Recording
  • Final Sequencing Project, Part 1

Lesson 6: Editing MIDI Sequences

  • Editing MIDI Sequences
  • Exploring Tempo, Key, Song Length, Velocity, Dynamics, Gate Time, Delay, Event-Level Editing
  • Fixing Mistakes
  • Correcting Timing
  • Correcting Durations
  • Correcting Dynamics
  • Editing Pitch
  • Cut/Copy/Paste Operations
  • Editing in the Arrange Window—The Logic Tools
  • MIDI Mixing and Automation
  • Final Sequencing Project, Part 2

Lesson 7: Common Mixer Configurations

  • The Reason Mixer
  • The Logic Mixer
  • The Hardware Mixer
  • Technical Issues in Mixing
  • Aesthetic Issues in Mixing
  • MIDI Tracks into Audio
  • Bouncing MIDI Tracks to Audio Files

Lesson 8: Effects Processing, DSP, and Mixing: Part 1

  • Insert Effects
  • Aux Send and Return Effects in Logic–Set Up a Reverb Send and Return
  • Overview of Effects Types
  • Spectrum Processing: Filters
  • EQing the Piano Tracks
  • Mix Practice–Adding EQ and Reverb

Lesson 9: Effects Processing: Part 2

  • Dynamics Processing
  • Compressing the Bass Track
  • Gating
  • Time-Based Effects
  • Delay
  • Doubling/Flanging/Chorus
  • Reverb

Lesson 10: Hard-Disk Recording and Editing

  • Sampling Concepts
  • Overview of Hard-Disk Recording
  • Hard-Disk Issues
  • Bouncing a Mix to Disk
  • Non-Destructive Editing
  • Defining Regions
  • Editing a Song Form
  • Defining Rhythm Loops
  • Loops and Song Tempo
  • Destructive Editing
  • Cut/Copy/Paste
  • DSP
  • Using the Change Gain and Normalize Commands
  • Using the Silence Command
  • Using the Fade In/Out Commands

Lesson 11: Preparing Files for Distribution

  • Preparing Sequence Files for Distribution
  • Importing and Exporting Standard MIDI Files with Reason
  • Importing and Exporting Standard MIDI Files with Logic
  • Posting Sequence Files on the Web
  • Audio Distribution Formats
  • Mastering
  • Mastering Tools
  • Mastering for CD, MP3
  • Audio File Compression Overview
  • Making MP3 Files
  • Distributing Audio Files via the Web

Lesson 12: Final Project Critique and Course Wrap-Up

  • Course Wrap-Up
  • Where Do You Go From Here?
  • How to Grow Your Basic Setup
  • Suggested Additional Reading