Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | May 11, 2010

FREE Open House!

Once-In-A-Lifetime Opportunity To Sit In An Intimate Room With The Most Frequently Employed Music Producers In The Industry

For FREE!

***UPDATE: Almost Fully Booked. Reserve Your Free Spot Now***

Email Us at entertainmentstudies@uclaextension.edu TODAY to make sure we hold your seat.

UCLA Extension Is Hosting a “Meet The Experts” Open House! Claim One Of Only A Handful Of Seats For This Career Changing Meeting With The Masters.

Come & Discover…

  • What Educational Steps You Should Take To Get Working In The Business
  • The Secret To Writing Hit Songs That Sell
  • Writing Music For Commercials
  • The Business Behind Music Production
  • How to Succeed in Film Music
  • How to Produce Your Own Record

You’ll meet:

Matthias Weber, Emmy Award-winning film and TV composer, songwriter, and arranger whose credits include the feature films Dead in Three Days I & II; The Visit; The Juror; and Surrender Dorothy. Mr. Weber also has worked on such television series as Desperate Housewives, The North Shore, The West Wing, The Shield, and The Sopranos. He has written songs and lyrics for Daughtry and Stanfour, among others, and his most recent arranging credit was on the latest album by British cult artist, Tricky.

Darryl Swann, Grammy Award-winning independent record producer and audio engineer, who has worked with Macy Gray, producer Rick Rubin, Mos-Def, John Frichante of Red Hot Chili Peppers, Erykah Badu, and the Black Eyed Peas.

Liz Myers, Vice President, Trivers/Myers Music; composer and pianist for commercials and films who recently won a Clio Award for the arrangement of Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue created for United Airlines.

About Us:

UCLA Extension’s Music Programs can help put your career as a music producer, music business executive, or film score composer on the right track. This summer at UCLA Extension you can learn about independent music production, film scoring, how to compose music for film and for animated films, the secrets of writing hit songs, writing music for commercials, music licensing, copyrights, A&R, music legal practices, and all about Pro Tools and Logic Pro.

More than that, you can get your Certificate in one of our 3 different music programs:

  • Independent Music Production
  • Music Business
  • Film Scoring

Follow Your Muse…

Take Your Career Seriously…

Claim Your Seat At The Table Now!

Saturday June 5, 2010

Noon – 1 PM

Extension Lindbrook Center, room 204
(corner of Lindbrook Dr. & Gayley Ave. / 1 block north of Wilshire Blvd.)

RSVP at

entertainmentstudies@uclaextension.edu


Are you ready to get started? Don’t wait! Register for summer classes now:

  • 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)
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