Mike Klinger of the Synthesis MIDI Workshop, who runs in-person training courses from his facilities in Washington state in the Pacific north-west corner of the United States, is broadening his training offering this summer by running a 10-week online course in Sibelius 7 via the online learning provider, WizIQ. Mike told me:
Both my Sibelius 7 and Pro Tools 10 courses are ten weeks in length, and they start on 18 June, ending on 10 August. The cost is only $199, and optionally students can obtain three graduate college credits for an additional $150 through Seattle Pacific University. Once a person registers for the course at WizIQ, they can then request the credit and will be forwarded directly to SPU for college credit and payment. I have taken a great deal of time with these courses, and they come complete with my personal movies, tutorials, assignments, and music.
Check out further details of Mike’s Sibelius and Pro Tools classes over at WizIQ.
I’m contemplating purchasing a new DAW, and was wondering if Pro Tools would be better for me. I use Sibelius when composing and I believe that it it apart of Pro Tools, so it would be a “seamless” transition between score and sequencer.
Your thoughts (anyone’s) are greatly appreciated.