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Composition

Composition

Composition

It’s all very well knowing how to make a synth sound great, but most musicians would argue that the notes you send to it are much more important.  It’s not a competition, but you should really have a good idea of both if you wish to take giant leaps in the direction of producing the music you love.

  • Music Theory
  • Arranging
  • Chords
  • Leads
  • Keys
  • Structure
  • Mixing Considerations

18 Hours | In-Person: £599 + £200 (£100 early bird) Registration Fee | 33% off Live Online

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    Testimonials

    Songwriting and performing has always been my thing but I've always been interested in the more technical side. A friend told me about Garnish School and their instructors so I booked their Logic course. It was just brilliant. The course was paced perfectly and I don't think i've ever learnt so much in six weeks before. I'm finally very comfortable with Logic now and am getting ideas down on planes traveling to gigs

    Robert Owens

    The course has helped demystify things that once confused me and were made worse by bad video tutorials and badly written magazines. I learnt more in a few days than I did reading all those magazines.

    Savvas Fellas

    I found the Logic course really inspiring and completely relevant to what I am trying to achieve. In such a small time I have progressed immensely and now can have solutions for what I had been struggling with for so long. I've even leant how to record vocals properly too! Online tutorial videos were just bewildering and I wish I had done this course years ago. Next up is EMP and I can't wait!

    Sam Ball (DJ)

    I got everything I wanted out of the course and more. What I initially came for I got out of the first 2 weeks, but after that everything was a bonus. Money well spent!

    Aymon Elsawify

    I have been shown lots of shortcuts and different ways to make sounds soo much bigger better more full and exciting . I have shown people what I learned in a day which they did not know about and they have been using logic for years!

    Luke Darling

    A really good way of filling in the gaps of your knowledge if you dabble in production but want to learn how to use it properly - in-depth and taught well, so you to learn quickly and easily with loads of practical exercises and homework.

    Tim Medcraft

    I thought the courses were pretty much perfect!

    Adam 'Babyshambles' Ficek

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