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Workshops and Clinics
Making Music for TV & Film: Get Started and Build a Career
This workshop features an in-depth panel discussion on how singer/songwriters and bands transition their songwriting abilities and musicianship into writing for film, television and advertising campaigns. Panelists will discuss the skills involved in the process and the difference between writing a song and writing music for advertising and/or a motion picture.
Multiple Streams of Music Income: Get Paid and Grow Your Fan Base
This panel discussion will focus on how to create multiple streams of music income and how maximizing your online presence can grow your fan base. Panelists will discuss the practical steps to creating income and best practices on taking advantage of the tools and technology of the new music industry.
Making Music in My Garage: From DIY to Professional
This workshop features a panel discussion on some of the hardware and software makers used by leading professional recording artists, producers and DJs. Panelists will discuss the technologies which are leveling the playing field for music makers and helping us record, distribute and self-promote without the overhead of expensive equipment or time in a studio.
Using ProTools to Record, Mix and Produce Music
Scott Kieklak with SEA Institute Atlanta will present a hand-on session for ProTools, one of the most widely used audio production software programs. Kieklak will give a hands-on demonstration for this popular digital audio workstation platform for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X operating systems that is widely used by industry professionals for recording and editing in music production, film scoring and television post production.
The Art of the DJ
Atlanta radio talk show personality Greg Talmadge (formerly of Kicks 101.5 FM) will discuss careers in the broadcast industry and demonstrate how he uses iTunes and other software to compile song lists, mix music, and play at events as a DJ.
Portfolio Presentation and Professional Framing
Led by Danny Campbell of Tri-Cities High School's magnet program, this session is designed to help you prepare your work for college admission and presentation to museums, galleries and collectors. Give your artwork a professional edge by learning how presentation and framing tips that provide maximum impact.
Developing a Visual Art Portfolio for College Admissions and Gallery Representation
Are you interested in applying to a college or university for a degree in visual art or being represented as an artist by a gallery? If so, you don’t want to miss the top ten tips for developing the strongest visual art portfolio! These tips could potentially earn you college/university admissions, scholarships, recognition, awards, and even gallery representation. Ashley Sweat and Brent Green from North Springs Charter High School's magnet program lead this not-to-be-missed workshop.