It’s been a year since Elevator Music Lab launched its first music lab, and the company says it’s already received more than 100 applications for the program.
Now, the music company is aiming to make its program accessible to a wider audience by making it available to the public.
“We’re trying to open up the conversation to the broader music community,” said Elevator CEO Mark Kloos.
“The community of musicians, the community of producers, and artists that are interested in learning how to create music, we’re trying our best to help them do that.”
Elevator is partnering with several different music schools and music industry companies to help fund the program and launch it.
The program has been designed to teach people how to make music using their own skills and knowledge.
In this interview, Elevator’s CEO discusses how he hopes to help people learn more about how to get their music out there.
Elevator music program: What you need to know about the ElevatorMusicLab programThe Elevator program aims to provide an accessible way for people to learn how to produce and record music, and to become more successful as a producer and musician.
The ElevatorLab program is designed to help anyone who wants to learn to produce or record music learn how.
Elevatell music teacher, Ryan Tindall, who is also an Elevator musician, is part of the Elevators educational team that has already developed a curriculum for the Elevated program.
He said Elevators students have been getting access to the ElevationMusicLab since May of this year.
“Our first cohort of students started learning to record music in May of last year.
And in August we announced that we were bringing all of our Elevated students to the University of Calgary to start a new program in our music studio,” said Tindal.
Tindell said the program has had more than 30 students come through the program in its first two weeks of enrollment, and there are plans to add more students over the coming months.
“Over the past year we’ve seen a lot of people come through to our studio, and now we have some very interesting students that are going to start working with our faculty in the next few weeks.
So, we are really excited about the opportunity that we have now,” he said.
The first cohort will include people who have already studied at a school in the Calgary area, but they’re going to be able to take classes in the university’s music studio.
For those who have yet to enroll in the program, they will receive the basic tools and equipment necessary to start recording and producing music.
“It’s really exciting to see the enthusiasm of our students, and we’re excited to see what they’re capable of doing.
It’s just so important to keep it fun and rewarding for students,” said Kloas.
The programs also will be available for music students to try on their instruments.
Elevators staff are also in the process of making the program available to musicians who can’t attend class at the university.
The university is working with the Elevate lab to provide them with access to Elevator students, but Kloons said he expects to make the program open to anyone who is interested in recording and playing music.
In the meantime, Elevators hopes to keep the ElevatingMusicLab and Elevators program a fun, engaging and educational experience for everyone.
For more information on the Elevates music program, visit Elevatormusiclab.ca.