How To Get Started with Recording and Producing Your Music with Dom Sigalas
Saturday 3rd June 2017 instore at Yamaha Music London
Demonstration & Q&As: Session 1: 1:00pm - 2:30pm; Session 2: 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Session 2 is a repeat of Session 1
Free entry, book below
How To Get Started with Recording and Producing Your Music with a Digital Audio Workstation
In this #YMLLearningLab, Steinberg Product Specialist and Doctor Mix Producer Dom Sigalas, will show you how to get started recording and producing your own music. Dom will go through the basics - starting from which computer (Mac, PC) is right for you - to which DAW software and audio interface you should choose and how to set it all up so you can get yourself running in no time. Dom will then explain all the main functions you'll need when working with a Digital Audio Workstation such as recording, editing, producing and mixing. Join the Lab to find out about some of the hottest tips and tricks used by professional producers and recording studios!
Questions Dom will answer:
- What equipment do I need to get started?
- Which computer should I choose - Mac or Windows PC?
- What audio interface do I need for my music?
- Which DAW should I choose?
- How do I setup my DAW and audio interface
Production workflow Dom will cover:
- Basic audio recording
- Basic audio editing
- Basic MIDI recording
- Basic MIDI editing
- Basic mixing functions
- Exporting your music to WAV or MP3 files
Entry is free but places are limited - book yours today:
This session is the same as the 3:00pm session
This session is the same as the 1:00pm session
Producer and musician Dom Sigalas
Dom Sigalas is an in-demand Music Producer, multi-instrumentalist and Composer for Film, TV and video games.
Based in London, he has written music for films, TV & radio commercials, documentaries, musicals, video games and hundreds of tracks of library music.
He is the Senior Music Producer for Sunlightsquare Records (London) and also the Senior Mixing and Mastering Engineer for the highly acclaimed Mixing and Mastering service, Doctormix.com.
Dom’s credits include Universal Music, StudioCanal, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, National Geographic and much more.