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This one-week camp focuses on approaches to music production for children 13-18. Whether they are beginners or experienced creators, campers will have opportunities to learn and/or develop their craft through working on solo and collaborative projects in such areas as songwriting, audio production, sound design, and effects processing. Each camper will create at least six different audio projects throughout the week. The camp will culminate with a concert featuring original work created during the camp.
This camp is geared toward remote participants and unique approaches required for bedroom production. Topics include remote and bedroom recording, composition/songwriting, beat creation, effect processing, collaborative work, and mixing/mastering.
This camp is geared toward beginning to intermediate students. Students can choose to attend as day campers or stay overnight. Topics include recording, composition/songwriting, beat creation, collaborative work, effect processing, and mixing.
This camp is geared toward intermediate to advanced students that have previously taken OSU MTP camp level 1 or have more than three years experience working with music production. Topics will include songwriting/composition, mixing/mastering, studio recording, and STEAM projects.
Virtual Camp Tuition: $325
In-Person Camps Tuition: $425
Residential Camp Tuition (housing and dining included): $850 (July 10-14 only)
A few need-based scholarships may be available.
All students will need access to an email account. Virtual camp attendees will need a computer and internet access for the duration of the camp.
Date and time TBA
Tuition: $325 (virtual), $425 (on campus), $850 (on campus with housing).
Registration Link TBA
In order to have assure a safe and secure online camp experience, all Oregon State University employees who work with youth are required to have criminal background checks and training in crime prevention and sensible behavior.
Accommodations for disabilities may be made by emailing email@example.com, preferably at least one month in advance.