When it comes to learning a new instrument, there’s nothing quite like learning how to play the music on a record.
That’s why it’s no wonder the industry is buzzing with a class called “Record Mastering.”
In the video below, students in an “interactive music box” learn how to create music with digital technology.
The lesson is taught by DJ Steve Rennie, who uses a “smart-device record player” to record himself playing the music.
He then shows the students how to record a song in real time with his phone and how to use the phone’s microphone to capture the sounds.
The class includes tips and tricks on how to make the most of digital technology in your music.
“You can record with your iPhone or iPad, and it can be recorded at the same time as it’s playing,” Renni explains in the video.
“So, you can have it playing at the exact moment you’re talking with someone.
And you can record that at the right time, too.
The same thing goes for your computer, which can record at the speed you want it to.”
There’s a lot of talk about how the Internet has changed how music is created and distributed, but there are still some restrictions.
The recording itself can only be done in the phone, and you need to download the program on a computer.
So, if you want to learn how you can make music with your own phone, you’ll have to go to the studio.
Renny explains that you’ll need to buy a record player or some other device to record the song on.
“If you have a smartphone, you’re probably not going to record it in your bedroom, so I’m just trying to teach you how to learn the technique with your music,” he said.