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“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” Albert Einstein (1879-1955)
Photograph of a Water Droplet being Vibrated by Sound
UPCOMING EVENTS AND CLASSES
Mt. Shasta Sound Healing Retreat
August 15th, 16th and morning of the 17th
Come vibrate with us in a beautiful spot in Nature
$188 until February 1st (Always sells out)
MORE INFO AND REGISTRATION
Free Sound Healing Workshop and Open House
Sunday January 19th 1-6PM
How Sound affects us Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually
with many heart opening meditations with sound.
Come for all or part. (Call for a tour anytime)
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Sound Healing and Therapy Certificate
AT THE INSTITUTE
Next Semester begins January 21st
Summer Intensive – June 2-13th and July 30th-August 9th
ONLINE – Next start time is Jan 18th or 23rd
Ongoing Enrollment starts about every two weeks
Associate of Occupational Studies in Sound Healing and Therapy
The Certificate Program is the 1st Semester of the Degree Program
AT THE INSTITUTE – Next Semester begins January 21st
Pay in full and save $1500
ONLINE – Next start time is January 18th or 23rd (ongoing enrollment)
Pay in full and save $1000
Recording Arts and Technology Certificate
Root/Soul Frequency Assessment
Find your home note where you are At Peace and get a CD in its key.
Proven to be helpful for your immune system and all organs.
Good for a wide range of issues.
Online or at the Institute
VAH – Voice Analysis Harmony Software
Find missing frequencies in your voice that correspond to different physical and emotional issues.
Assessment and Song Remedies $65.
Full Software $888. Next training is March 14th. Purchase by March 7th to join.
More info at www.VoiceAnalysisHarmony.com
Classes are 4 days per week to be scheduled.
Classes are normally 10:00 AM – 1:30 PM.
Labs are normally 10 AM – 4 PM.
Classes are 4 nights per week to be scheduled.
Classes are normally 6:30 – 10 PM.
Labs are normally 6 PM to midnight.
Classes are limited to 25 people, so classes are small enough to address specific questions and concerns of each student. (although classes are normally around 10 people). Classes are broken into much smaller groups for recording sessions and labs.
|Digital Composer’s Tools
(Reason, Live, Acid, Recycle)
In this class, students are taught the core available software for digital composers: Reason, Live, Acid, Recycle, V-Stack, VST’s and VSTI’s, as well as the integration of the different software. Finally, utilizing the software to obtain the most efficient results in composition is discussed. Students will have weekly assignments to create music using certain programs and combinations of programs.
Synthesis and Sampling
Synthesis used in the music world along with the various types of synthesis are covered, including: Analog, FM, Additive, AM, Granular, Wavetable, Modular, Wave Shaping etc. Parts of an analog synthesizer are studied, including: Filters, Oscillators, Modulators, LFO’s, Envelopes and Signal Flow. The software program “Reaktor” is explained in-depth and students are required to build their own analog synthesizer. Sampling, Multi-sampling, keyboard mapping, trimming samples and loops are discussed. An in-depth study of soft samplers on the market is conducted.
|Advanced Music Theory, Songwriting, and Composition
Arranging for vocal harmonies, strings, horns and alternative chord arrangements are discussed. The second half of the class is spent on arranging parts of a song, song structure and orchestration choices inside of complex types of music.
Music Arranging and Programming
Arranging for vocal harmonies, strings, horns and alternative chord arrangements are discussed. Arranging parts of a song, song structure and orchestration choices inside of complex types of music. Techniques on programming drums, synth parts and overall editing to shape music. In a world where programming beats and editing is creating the music as much as the instruments are, students learn a large bag of tricks to improve drum programming and synth programming. Tricks involved are editing, EFX processing and creating tracks through edits. Also, proper vocal tuning and other industry standard programming tricks are taught.
|Digital Audio Production Labs
Hands-on time mixing and computer work with Lab Facilitator supervision.
• Hands-on Live Recording Sessions
• Hands-on Mixing Multitrack Projects
• Hands-on Editing, and Beat Production
• Sequencing, Sampling
|Total Program – CLICK HERE for more information on Tuition and Payment Plans|