Music Production Mastery Camp

Featuring Prodbyzoom, 808-Ray, Datboy Ed, & Stimulator Jones


Apr 3, 2024 5:00 PM

Wed, Apr 3 - Fri, Apr 26

Every Mon, Wed, Fri, & Sat


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Join us for a 4-week immersive Music Production Mastery Camp featuring Prodbyzoom, 808-Ray, and DatboyEd. This camp is designed for music enthusiasts who want to enhance their music production skills and learn from renowned producers in the industry. Participants will have the opportunity to engage in live beat-making sessions, interactive discussions, Q&A sessions, and networking opportunities. The camp will cover various genres such as hip-hop, R&B, and pop.

Prodbyzoom, 808-Ray, and DatboyEd are industry-renowned producers who have worked with top artists including Bad Bunny, Doja Cat, Latto, Cardi B, Meek Mill, Nas, Beyonce, Jay-Z, Cool and Dre, Bryson Tiller, Jack Harlow, Monaleo, and many more. Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to enhance your music production skills and learn from the best in the industry.

Week 1: Introduction and Fundamentals

  • Day 1: Introduction to the camp, meet and greet with Zoom, 808-Ray, and DatboyEd. Overview of the camp objectives and schedule. Introduction to the fundamentals of music production.
  • Day 2: First Cook Up session: Learn about beat-making techniques, drum programming, and sampling. Hands-on practice with creating basic drum patterns and melodies.
  • Day 3: Sound Design Workshop: Explore different sound design techniques, synthesizers, and virtual instruments. Experiment with creating unique sounds and textures.

Week 2: Genre Exploration

  • Day 1: Genre Spotlight - Hip-Hop: Dive deeper into the elements and characteristics of hip-hop production. Study iconic hip-hop beats and analyze their structure, arrangement, and production techniques.
  • Day 2: Genre Spotlight - R&B: Explore the production styles and techniques used in R&B music. Learn about chord progressions, vocal production, and creating smooth melodies.
  • Day 3: Genre Spotlight - Pop: Discover the production techniques and sound aesthetics of pop music. Study the use of catchy hooks, electronic elements, and production arrangements in pop songs.

Week 3: Advanced Production Techniques and Beat Battle

  • Day 1: Advanced Sampling Techniques: Learn advanced sampling and chopping techniques to create unique and creative beats. Explore different sampling sources and experiment with manipulating samples.
  • Day 2: Collaborative Beat Making: Work in teams to create collaborative beats. Learn how to collaborate effectively and combine different production styles and ideas.
  • Day 3: Beat Battle: Participate in a friendly beat battle among camp attendees. Showcase your skills and creativity in a supportive and competitive environment.

Week 4: Marketing and Final Projects

  • Day 1: Music Marketing Strategies: Explore various marketing strategies for promoting music, including social media campaigns, email marketing, and influencer partnerships.
  • Day 2: Branding and Packaging: Learn about the importance of branding and packaging in the music industry. Develop strategies for creating a unique brand identity and visual aesthetics.
  • Day 3: Final Project Presentations: Present your individual and collaborative projects to the camp instructors and fellow attendees. Receive feedback and insights on your work.

Please note that the program is subject to change based on the specific needs and interests of the camp participants.


this workshop is part of the
harry and lavon webb education center