BTR Recording Class

Born To Rock RECORDING Class Spring 2016

$150 per student

You Can Be In The Studio This Summer!


A chance for up and coming music students to work within a real studio environment. This eight class series will focus on the group learning and recording of at least one cover tune and potentially writing and recording one original group composition. This class is open to students age 12+ and it is recommended that kids have 2+ years experience on their primary instrument. Multi-instrumentalism is encouraged too! The last class will conclude with a listening party for your "fans" and each student leaves with their own CD copy!

The Jim Howell Music Studio uses Apple computers, iPad and iPhone technology. All software used is Apple based (Garageband and Logic Pro X) It is recommended that students be prepared to work in Apple OS and iOS environment(s) but it is not required.     


CLASS MEETS every Weds starting 6/8!

(No class 6/22. Last class is on 8/3)

10:30AM-11:50AM. $150 per student


Students should be able to attend each class as there will be no make-up time for missed portions.  

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Class Location

The Jim Howell Music Studio

2725 East La Cienega
Tucson, Arizona 85716

Final Project Spring 2016:

 

Check out the final project from Spring 2015:


All Born To Rock payments and prepayments are nonrefundable. If you cannot attend at all and have prepaid you may use the credit for private lessons or other group classes. Any credits will be valid for up to six months. Once you have registered and attended a camp you are expected to be there each day. Missed days within class are not eligible for credit of any sort.

Born To Rock is a music immersion program facilitated by The Jim Howell Music Studio where students have the opportunity to be in a real functioning band. Classes and camps are miniature versions of a functioning a rock band with a guide/moderator and "producer" helping in the process. This series has several levels from toddler classes to adult classes! Each class will have small ratios and be limited in enrollment. Class activities involve instrument play, song learning, arranging, song writing, recording, live performance, notation and chart reading and writing, music theory, ear training, and music business!

2013 BTR Summer Camp promotional video: