Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | April 22, 2010

Summer Catalog just arrived!

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Registration for Summer quarter is now open! Here’s a list of all UCLA Extension Music classes that will be offered in the Summer:

  • Introduction to Independent Music Production (Reg #V7416)
  • Bringing the Power of Music to Film: Scoring Seminar w/ Charles Bernstein (Reg #V7395)
  • Introduction to Orchestration (Reg #V7343)
  • Harmonic Principles in Tonal and Nontonal Music (Reg #V7392)
  • Secrets of Composition: The Process of Creating Music (Reg #V7394)
  • Film Scoring II: 20th-Century Compositional Techniques (Reg #V7340)
  • NEW! Composing Music for Animation (Reg #V7792)
  • Put Your Music to Work: Creating Music for Commercials (Reg #V7411)
  • Electronic Composition for Film and Television (Reg #V7398)
  • Workshop in Music Notation (Reg #V7390)
  • Introduction to Pro Tools (Reg #V7586)
  • Introduction to Logic Pro (Reg #V7578)
  • Advanced Techniques in Logic Pro (Reg #V7584)
  • Producing Professional Demos (Reg #V7405)
  • Audio Recording Theory (Reg #V7408)
  • Elements of Hit Songwriting (Reg #V7409)
  • Touring, Tour Accounting, and Merchandising (Reg #V7402)
  • A&R: Making Music from Acquisition to Release (Reg #V7400)
  • Legal and Practical Aspects of the Music Business (Reg #V7403)
  • Remember that members of BMI, the Society of Composers and Lyricists, and the Warner Music Group receive a 20% (up to $100) discount on all music classes! To claim your discount and to enroll in classes, simply call the UCLA Extension registration office at (310) 825-9971.


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