We are very excited to offer DJ & Music Production Summer Camps this year! Aimed at aspiring DJs/Producers aged 12-17, our summer camps offer a fun introduction into music production, DJing, and the world of modern music making!
In this camp, students will be introduced to the tools and hardware used to produce music and DJ. They'll receive 1-on-1 instruction from two professional music producers/DJs and leave the course with the knowledge of how to start making their own music at home!
Camps run Monday - Friday from 10:30am - 4:30pm on the following dates:
$450 per camp, 10 students limited to each class (contact us for payment plans)
11231 Jasper Ave, Edmonton - contact us to set up a visit to the school
Some Reviews of Our Camps and Lessons!
Monday - Intro to DJing | Intro to Music Production
Tuesday - DJing | Synthesizers & Drum Machines
Wednesday - Beat Making 101 | History of Dance Music
Thursday - DJing | Song writing and structure 101
Friday - Performance Prep | Finishing Up Songs
What Do Students Need to Bring?
Headphones of some type
Bag lunch or money to buy lunch each day
A desire to learn about music and DJing
We will provide a computer for students to use, but if they have their own laptop, they are encouraged to bring them so they can take their work home.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Jake Robertz @ 587-784-0781
Is lunch included?
Lunch is not included in our program. We recommend providing a bag lunch for your child or money for them to buy lunch during the lunch break. There are numerous healthy food options a 5 minute walk from our school.
Does my child need to bring a laptop?
No, but they can if they'd prefer to use their own computer. We will provide access to computers with copies of music production software installed. However, if after the program you wish to purchase a copy of Ableton (the music production software we teach), we offer 40% discounts to all students.
What skills will my child learn?
We'll provide your child a comprehensive introduction to the basic skills needed to DJ and produce music. Everything from setting up equipment and the basics of mixing, to producing beats and making their own synths!
Who are the instructors?
You can learn more about our teaching team here. All staff are DJs and music producers themselves and have extensive experience teaching kids and adults of all ages the principles of DJing and music production.