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Pro Tools 10 Tutorial - Using Bjork's Biophilia as a Midi Controller

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Published on Oct 29, 2012

This tutorial demonstrates how to use Bjork's 'Biophilia' App as a creative music production tool in Pro Tools. Utilising the WI-FI options on the iphone/ipad and a computer, users can lean how to create a connection between both devices, and compose or produce sound in Pro Tools using the Biophilia app.
In the Composition and Music Production department at AIM, students can utilise this process to produce and create their own sound and music.


Check out our other Pro Tools and Reason Tutorials on our channel.

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The Composition & Music Production Department at AIM provides a professional and dynamic environment for music producers, electronic musicians, composers & songwriters to gain a unique balance of technical & musical skills to take full advantage of opportunities in today's music industry. Students receive professional industry preparation by being instructed in both production and music & individual tuition. Students also have access to the hundreds of talented musicians on campus and can learn with real musicians in solo or band format, setting them apart from other Production graduates.

Major Studies
- Small classes for composition & music production skills & individual lessons to develop creativity.
- Seminar (presentations on a wide range of professional skills)
- Music Production (developing analytical, technical & listening skills to convert ideas into sound).
- Digital Technology (software for Composition & Music Production) and/or Audio Technology electives.

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Our facilities include a fully equipped live performance spaces and Q Studios, our industry quality recording facilities. Our teaching staff is made up of active and successful composers, music producers and engineers with extensive national and international experience.

Associated Studies including Electives
Students specialise to focus on their own area of study. For example; Film & Screen or orchestration. Other options include performance, production, management or media and technology units to broaden your music education.

Foundation and Critical Studies
Students initially undertake a suite of academic units comprising in theory, history and aural training followed by Critical Studies, each providing an in-depth study of a major musical period or genre.

Performance Studies & Ensemble
Develop performance and collaborative skills as part of a suitable group/ensemble. Students can study an instrument of their choice (including voice, DJ and laptop) with individual lessons as an elective.

Student Successes
As a result of the unique, totally integrated program of study, graduates now work in leading studios and production houses in Australia, USA, Europe and the Asia Pacific Region. Graduates also work on sound and lighting for major events, productions, live concerts and theatre.

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