FLINT — Learn the ins and outs of music production at Music Tech Fest Friday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Mott Community College (MCC). The annual day-long festival of music technology, music creation, and recording is hosted by the MCC Music Department, and offers participants a snapshot of the Music Technology degree program at the College.
“It is a compressed version of what we do in the Music Technology program,” said Dr. William Withem, Assistant Professor of Music. “This is a great opportunity for individuals interested in a career in Music to find out where their skill sets and their passion for music intersect.” Attendees will participate in several hands-on sessions throughout the day that reflect the variety of jobs and skills required in today’s music industry, including MIDI music creation, sequencing, editing, and looping and a live recording session at the Bryson Recording Studio, followed by a post-production tutorial. Cost of the one-day program is $25 and includes all sessions and lunch. The Music Tech Fest is open to all ages and backgrounds (recommended for high school-age and up), and especially for prospective students and pro audio enthusiasts.
Details:: Call 810-762- 0332. — G.G.