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Fusing Teens With Music
Nov 10, 2010 2:44 PM, Compiled By Sarah Benzuly
Youngsters who want to get a head-start on their musical career should check out Fusion Los Angeles, a school catering to students in grades six through 12. The school includes a state-of-the-art professional recording studio that houses an Avid 002 with PreSonus mic pre’s, a wealth of outboard gear and mics from Sennheiser, AKG and Shure. Students and local bands are invited to use the school’s pro software (Pro Tools LE 8.93, Auto-Tune, Melodyne, Logic Pro 9, SoundForge, WaveLab, etc.) to record and create a CD. Also available is a full MIDI lab with software for film scoring and other uses.
All Fusion music instructors—led by Art Department head teacher Mary Piazza Easton—are professional musicians. Each has played in various projects all over the country. They have extensive educational training, as well as first-hand, real-world experience.
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