Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | July 27, 2010

Fall 2010 Enrollment is Open!

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

  • Introduction to Independent Music Production (Reg #V7416)
  • NEW! Create and Produce Your Own Music Project (Reg #V9335)
  • The Record Production Process: Professional Practices (Reg #V8863)
  • Do-It-Yourself Music Marketing (Reg #V8867)
  • Professional Songwriting for the Commercial Market: A Weekly Workout (Reg #V8872)
  • Music Supervision for Film and Television (Reg #V8865)
  • The Insider’s Guide to Music Management (Reg #V9000)
  • Music Publishing: Law and Business (Reg #V8824)
  • Introduction to Logic Pro (Reg #V8207)
  • Introduction to Pro Tools (Reg #V8208)
  • Synthestration (Reg #V8802)
  • Anatomy of a Film Score (Reg #V8804)
  • Writing and Scoring for Strings (Reg #V8800)
  • Advanced Orchestration: Applied Techniques for Studio/Scoring Stage (Reg #V8791)
  • Film Scoring I: Form and Function (Reg #V8788)
  • Film Scoring III: Workshop in Composing and Conducting to Picture (Reg #V8794)
  • Fundamentals of Conducting: From the Symphony to the Scoring Stage (Reg #V8805)
  • Survival Guide for Film and Television Composers (Reg #V8786)
    • Remember that members of BMI and the Society of Composers and Lyricists 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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