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Welcome to Amplogic

Diploma in Music Production and Sound Engineering

This course will focus on overall development of the student and strengthen musical as well as technical areas. With the dawn of the digital era, music has too become intertwined between technology and soul. Information is easily accessible online and students can learn highly advanced materials by simply typing on Google. Our course introduces these main subtopics which aren’t attainable unless experienced first hand. They are broadly classified as:

• Music Technology
• Music Production and Scoring for Video and Films
• Studio Engineering – Theory and Practicals
• Mixing and Mastering
• In-Depth training in DAW and VST’s of industry standards
• Introduction to Music Business

Logic Pro X

20 Hrs.

  • Duration 6 Months – 40 Hours
  • Recording & Editing
    • Recording Acoustic Instruments
    • Recording Vocals
    • Editing Audio Clips
    • Recording & Editing MIDI
  • Shaping Sounds
    • Equalizer, Compressor, Limiter
    • Reverb, Delay, & Other Effects with Usage
  • Beats
    • Drum racks
    • Creating Samples
    • Bassline
  • Structuring a Song
    • Intro, Verse, Chorus, Bridge, Outro
    • Studying Various Genres
    • Thinking Out of the Box
  • Other Production
    • Background Score
    • Jingles
  • Mixing Tracks
    • Summing
    • Spacing
    • Defining
    • Effects
    • Automation
  • Mastering
    • Critical Editing
    • Equalization, Multiband Compression & Limiting
    • Stereo Enhancement
    • Frequency Spectrum Analysis
  • Analysing Masters’ Work
    • Critical Listening
  • Assignment

Logic Pro X

20 Hrs.

  • Duration 6 Months – 40 Hours
  • Introduction
    • What is Sound Engineering?
    • Basics about Audio
    • Components
  • Principles & Listening
    • Basic Physics of Sound
    • Wave Theory
    • Ear Training
  •  Equipments
    • Signal Processors
    • Cables
    • Analog & Digital
    • Mixing Console
    • Speakers
  • Microphones
    • Working of Microphones
    • Types of Microphones
    •  Miking Techniques
  • Recording Techniques
    • Mono & Stereo
    • Single & Multitrack
  • Effects
    • Equalizing & Filtering
    • Compression & Limiting
    • Reverb & Delay
  • Digital Audio Workstation (DAW)
    • Insights (Pro Tools)
    • Introduction to DAW
    • Basic Pro Tools Training
  • MIDI + Editing
    • Editing Tools
    • Audio Editing
    • MIDI Technology
    • MIDI Notes & Editing
  • Live Sound Overview
    • Setting Up for Live
    • Mixing in Live
  • Mixing
    • Balancing & panning
    •  Routing
    • Using Effects
  • Mastering
    • Analying Mixdown
    • Frequency Spectrum
    • Effects on Master
    • Analyzing Output
  • Building Home Studio
    • Acoustical Situation & Treatment
    • Equipments
  • Overview & Analysis Introduction
    • About Music Production
    • Objective
  • Tools
    • Basic Hardware
    • DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) Overview
  • Basic Music Theory
    • Notes, Scales, Chords
    • Beats & Bars
  • Melodies
    • Using Scale & Chords
  • Arrangement
    • Overview
    • Instrumentation
  • Synthesizers
    • Digital Synths
    • Oscillators, Envelopes
  • Introduction to MIDI
    • What is MIDI?
    • Using Plugins
    • MIDI Parameters
    • Maping
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