Working under the direct supervision of a professional Sound Engineer and his Assistant, youth learn the fundamentals of the music recording and video production business. Youth develop skills related to music and video production and editing, music distribution and royalties and marketing as well as teambuilding, interviewing and auditioning. Young people develop reading and writing skills as they write lyrics and research other production companies. Math skills are developed through the use of the sound editing equipment and activities related to budgeting, pricing and royalties.
In the studio youth are given the opportunity to assume a number of roles necessary to create original audio and video content such as producers, singers and rappers, sound engineers, and videographers. Youth are trained on state of the art equipment and software including keyboards, drum machines, digital cameras, ProTools and Final Cut Pro. To have M.U.S.E. create an audio or video public service announcement or commercial for your organization contact Kenneth Brown at (860) 761-7329 or Kenneth.email@example.com.
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Pathways is funded in part by the US Department of Labor.