Master Program Omnia – Overview
duration: 2 years
frequency: 3 times a week (morning/afternoon)
The “Omnia Master Program” is the most complete path offered by r12. In this course all the modules present in the didactic offer will be carried out, always in continuous updating, and with the aim of offering a global knowledge of the world of electronic music production, djing and music business. During the first academic year the foundations of music production and djing are consolidated. In the second year the advanced modules are addressed which allow a specialization and a complete vision of music production and of the disciplines necessary for the training of competent, updated professionals who have all the credentials to enter the world of work. You will learn about electronic music, its history, its structure, its world. You will learn to compose and build a song, finalize it, mix it and remix it, twist it and decline it in different musical genres. You will know how to use a MIDI keyboard, an analog synth and a drum machine. You will master all the techniques and equipment used by the modern DJ. You will be able to manage a flawless live from a technical and professional point of view. You will build your personal library of sounds you made. You will define your personal and recognizable project and you will know how to give shape and value to your artistic identity. You will know the rules of the sector, often unwritten. You will learn to build a profession.
The course provides students with first-level software and hardware, provides mandatory exercises, a final exam and allows access to the laboratories and to our community of reference even after the school path.
- lay solid foundations starting from music theory and sound theory
- use the Ableton DAW professionally and quickly
- knowing how to choose and knowing how to create new sounds to build effective rhythms and melodies
- work on the arrangement and drafting of the track in a creative way
- learn market strategies to develop your artistic project
- use external machines such as synthesizers and drum machines
- learn mixing and home mastering techniques
- specialize in the creation of soundtracks for films, TV and gaming
- know the structure of musical genres
- participate in advanced production workshops