If you’re serious about taking some quality electronic music production courses but you live away from hubs like London, LA, etc. we have some great news for you. There are a few more days to join Point Blank Music School Xmas offer – with which you can save 25% from online courses across their Degree Programmes, Professional Programmes and shorter courses. That’s a saving of up to £4,500 / $6,000.
On top of that, you’ll get a free copy of Ableton Suite, worth £520 / $750. That’s a total saving of £5,020 / $6,750! For a full list of online courses, head here. The offer ends 12th January, so be quick.
Point Blank are the leaders in their field of online music tuition. The online school was launched a decade ago, and over that time they’ve continued to develop their Virtual Learning Environment (VLE) into the most intuitive and usable of its kind. Among other things, the platform is now fully mobile-responsive, so you can make the most of spare moments on the move (we totally dig this new feature!). We’ll have more on this relevant update, but in the meantime, let’s hear what the PB team has to say.
All students receive regular video masterclasses and 1-2-1 sessions with their instructors, and it’s never been easier to connect with fellow students and work together.
Modules on the Professional Programmes included in this offer have also been extended from eight weeks to eleven at no extra cost, including extra masterclasses and 1-2-1 session. Their online tutors are passionate veterans of e-learning, and are held to the same industry standard as instructors at PB schools across the world.
All you need to do is pick the right course for you, depending on how far you wish to go, and how long for.
For those want the most comprehensive instruction they can get, try the Music Production Complete Master Diploma, where you’ll study music production top-to-bottom over three years. At the other end of the spectrum, there’s a Music Production Diploma, which you can study for six months or a year, for a more concise intro to music making.
For any enquiries call 020 7729 4884 in the UK, 323 282 7660 in the US, or +44 20 7729 4884 from anywhere else. Or use their contact form.
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