Digital Music Production

Mix Yourself Into the Future with the Digital Music Program at Walker|West

Session one for students ages 13 – 18 begins March 2021 – Register today!

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Walker|West teaches many different instruments and musical styles, like jazz and classical where we look back to learn traditional styles. Digital Music production allows us to look ahead to what may be the future of musical education. Students ages 13 – 18 will learn how to create music in a digital form, showing their creativity in these weekly music production classes. 

Be a part of creating the future as a student in our Digital Music Production Program. No prior musical experience is needed, students can join no matter their level of training to start their journey with us!

These sessions are free to attend for students. Register for Session 1!

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  • What: Creative sound exploration, beat-making, mixing, and introduction to mastering, sampling and more for students 13 – 18.
  • Instructors: 

  • Why: The African American cultural experience has shaped every popular music genre throughout the world, especially hip-hop, rap, R&B and pop music where digital production is central to the current sound of each genre. Walker|West is using technology to provide innovative ways to fulfill the need for quality music education. Programs like this allow for exposure to modern technology and methods. In addition to learning from the best instructors from our faculty students are given the tools to become successful artists, musicians, and people!
  • When: Session #1 begins in March 2021
    • Classes are Tuesdays and Thursdays each week from 5pm – 6:30pm
    • Sessions will be held virtually on Google Meet or Zoom

What you need to participate in this program: 

Computer that has a built-in camera and mic, a solid internet connection, one pair of headphones, a google email address, access to google classroom, access to (free) Zoom application, a USB Keyboard, Apple or PC music software of your choice (FL Studio, GarageBand, Reason, Ableton Live, Logic, etc.)

For more information or help with access to technology for the classes, email Tonya Gregory:

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