Posted by: uclaextensionmusic | November 4, 2010

Winter 2011 Enrollment is OPEN

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Registration for the Winter 2011 quarter is now open! Here’s a list of all UCLA Extension Music classes that will be offered in the in the Winter:

  • Record Your Big Cue! (Reg #W1237)
  • Film Scoring II: 20th-Century Compositional Techniques (Reg #W1300)
  • Introduction to Orchestration (Reg #W1222)
  • Workshop in Music Notation (Reg #W1227)
  • Harmonic Principles in Tonal and Nontonal Music (Reg #W1230)
  • The Art of Counterpoint (Reg #W1231)
  • Electronic Composition for Film and Television (Reg #W1244)
  • Put Your Music to Work: Creating Music for Commercials (Reg #W1234)
  • Writing Lyrics That Succeed And Endure (Reg #W1251)
  • Producing Professional Demos (Reg #W1247)
  • Audio Recording Theory (Reg #W1250)
  • Touring, Tour Accounting, and Merchandising (Reg #W1249)
  • A&R: Making Music from Acquisition to Release (Reg #W1245)
  • Legal and Practical Aspects of the Music Business (Reg #W1246)
  • Introduction to Pro Tools (Reg #W1542)
  • NEW! Entrepreneurship For The Indie Artist (Reg #W1546)
  • Introduction to Independent Music Production (Reg #W1252)
  • PLEASE NOTE: UCLA Extension has adapted a new early enrollment pricing structure, beginning in Winter 2011. To take advantage of early registration prices, sign up at least one month before the start date of your class. Many classes fill up fast, so enrolling early will not only save you money, but save your place!

    Also, 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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