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Electronic Music Artist
Music is your life. You know an addictive beat when you hear it—and you’re ready to spin your own. You want to create music that fills the dance floor and brings the roof down. Knowing what works, what doesn’t, and what people really want to hear are your finest attributes. All you need is a helping hand and a little know-how to launch your career as an electronic music artist. Are you ready to take the stage?
In just six months, you’ll be able to make a name for yourself in the following music industry careers:
- Digital Performer
- Sound Effects Designer
- Music Producer
Electronic music artist training
Technology and music are in a constant state of development. Digital music artists are at the forefront of the mainstream on both live and virtual stages. Those who at one time were considered DJs, now create their own beats, rhythms and mash-ups that appeal to millions of fans.
The 6-month Electronic Music Artist certificate program at Centre for Arts and Technology is designed to take you to the next level. You’ll learn the art of production, while discovering the entrepreneurial side of the music industry.
You’ll master: Music Production and Sound Design—Theory of Recording Engineering—Desktop Studio Production Tools and Setup—Music Management and Marketing—Producing Styles—Mix Down and Mastering—Digital Performance—Digital Music Entrepreneurship.
Our professional instructors will show you how to make music, and how to turn that music into a meaningful and lasting career. Our Audio Engineering Department is second-to-none, with custom built studios, the latest software, and cutting-edge technology; so, after just six months, you’ll know exactly how to take your show on the road. And even before you’re finished, you just might find yourself playing for amped up crowds at major events.
“If you are passionate about music, you really want to learn, and you’re ready to get into the industry, then you should be coming to Centre for Arts and Technology.”
– Jake Maters, aka “DJ Maestoso”