Introduction to Music Theory for the DJ/Electronic Musician
Saturday, November 12, 2011 at 6:30 PM - Saturday, December 10, 2011 at 8:30 PM (EST)
Somerville, United States
Learn the fundamentals of music theory and how they can improve the breadth of your music digital music production, composition, and preparation. These skills can be brought into any software DAW and help with mixing your music in key.
In this class, the student will walk away understanding and with the ability to utilize the basics of Western; music notation and rhythm, key and time signatures, intervals, chords, progressions, and various scales.
This class is intended for those who know little to nothing of music theory, or those who wish to brush up on their skills. The only prerequisites are the ability to read and understand English and comprehend basic math.
Students should bring a pen. All other materials will be provided.
James Arthur, commonly known throughout Boston as Jester, is an administrator, manager (events, promotions, talent), designer, producer and problem-solver who has been has been behind the scenes putting his talents to work for local artists and arts collectives for the past 15 years. James is co-founder of the experimental Collaborative Electronic Mixed Media Institue (CEMMI.org) located within the Artisan's Asylum, and has been performing music since he was 5 years old in various drum and bugle corps. Autodidactic, self-educated in entertainment management, event coordination, business, music theory, and performance, Jester owns and operates a business services firm, has worked with Fortune 500 companies, and owns his own digital production studio.
Session 1: Saturday, November 12, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
Session 2: Saturday, November 19, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
Session 3: Saturday, December 3, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
Session 4: Saturday, December 10, 6:30PM - 8:30PM
When & Where
Artisan's Asylum, Inc.
Artisan's Asylum is a community fabrication and makerspace near Union Square, Somerville MA, that is dedicated to making creativity a way of life. It does this by maintaining a community workshop, training its members in the use of all of its professional-grade equipment, and hosting events promoting the learning and practicing of craft and creative expression.