The University of Newcastle, Australia

Synth Sound Secrets: Short Course

4 Aug 2020 from 6:00pm - 1 Sep 2020 until 7:00pm

Synthesiser

Ever wanted to navigate your way through a bank of sounds and create contrast in timbre, re-create sounds or build a sound from scratch?

This course, offered by the University of Newcastle’s School of Creative Industries Community Music Program, is an invaluable step in your musical career and will be a fun and engaging experience, in a supportive environment.

Aimed at students aged 16 years and above, this course will help you expand your knowledge from the constraints of the traditional piano to an array of modern keyboards with various techniques to learn how to get the most out of your keyboard and devices.

Guided by Jesse Schadel, students will gain an advanced understanding of music technology including sound sampling, electronic synthesis, MIDI and digital audio workstations to use in recording, writing and live performances.

The course is delivered each Tuesday 6–7pm for 5 weeks, face-to-face at Newcastle Conservatorium of Music

** Classes are limited to 5 people and social distancing protocols will be adhered to. Anyone displaying cold or flu like symptoms should not attend our campuses, and an online lesson may be offered if possible.**

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About Jesse Schadel: Jesse has over 10 years teaching experience, exploring the fundamentals of keyboards and technology across platforms old and new. His vast experience in recording, live performances and teaching practices have enabled him to gain a significant understanding of keyboards, music theory, synthesis and production with a wealth of current professional currency.