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UK based advanced user Workstation courses      25/04/01
Korg Workstation Course has been expanded to cater to ever-increasing demand. Running over two weeks this year, from 21-27th July and 28th July - 3rd August, the course is designed to help you unleash the potential of some of the world's most powerful and sought after synthesizers. Developed in collaboration with KORG UK, each student will be allocated a fully-loaded Korg Triton Music Workstation Sampler for the duration of the course. Students will also have access to the Z1 and the new Korg Karma workstation. With in-depth sessions on sound creation (looking at both the imitative and the wholly imaginative), on-board sequencing and sampling, effects (including vocoding and dynamic modulation), real-time control and plenty of opportunity for one-to-one support, the whole course is geared towards helping you get so much more from these keyboards. Morning sessions will be tutor-led, focussing on new techniques and processes; afternoons will give you the creative space necessary to absorb and explore these new techniques. The final day will concentrate on integrating the skills you've learned to produce a take-home CD of your music. Due to be held once again at the beautiful Bath Spa University - Bath, incedentally is the home of our Sonic State offices, the Korg Workstation Course runs twice this summer (21-7 July, and 28 July - 3 August) Info: Emmanuelle Ginn, Bath Spa University College
Tel: +44 (0)1225 875522
e.ginn@bathspa.ac.uk Tuition fee: £297 (non-residential), £405 (residential)
Optional Concert Pass (giving access to all concerts at the Bath International Guitar Festival): £30

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