Music Technology lessons are geared towards computer-based composers and producers, recording enthusiasts, music hobbyists, and anyone interested in the field of music production. The Cincinnati Music Academy includes a full recording studio where students get hands-on instruction with professional equipment and software. Lessons are structured to the needs and goals of each individual student.
The extensive resources in the Music Technology department allow students to explore music production in depth and at their own pace. Students can learn how to create music in different styles, record bands, and produce albums. The CMA recording studio allows students to incorporate their own computers and projects in lessons.
Congrats to CMA Music Technology student Dominic Wintz on his acceptance to the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music for Commercial Music Production!
What’s special about CMA?
CMA is unique from most music schools in that its entire faculty operates independently. Rather than micro-managing each student and studio, CMA gives its teachers the freedom to develop a more personal relationship with students and families. As a result, CMA is home to some of the most experienced and highly regarded private teachers in the region.
The benefit to students is easily apparent. In a field where many inexperienced and unqualified teachers can simply make a website or place an ad to make extra cash on the side, CMA is a school where the teachers have dedicated their careers to music education and take pride in the success of their students.
CMA studios are very spacious, professionally cleaned, and allow seating for family members to observe lessons.
If you have questions that aren’t answered here, or would like to inquire about music technology lessons for your children or yourself, please write email@example.com or call (513) 891-7714.
What we offer:
- Instruction for teens & adults
- Hands-on experience
- Full recording studio
- Computer based production
- Mixing, editing, & mastering
- Pro Tools, Ableton, GarageBand
- FL Studio, Sibelius, and more
- Learn recording arts & theory