Last year Point Blank Music School announced their partnership with the Chinese company NetEase FEVER to launch a new Far East school, Point Blank China. The new campus, which is due to wrap construction in the next few months, is located in the Zhejiang National Music Industry Base, Xiaoshan at Hangzhou’s International Expo Center and is now open for enrolment.
During the first phase of PB China, the school will offer six types of courses with 16 different pathways to choose from. These include everything from Music Production, Sound Engineering and DJing to Singing, Music Industry-centric courses and more, and will be available to those aged 16 and above with a passion for music. See their full line of courses and enrol here.
The new school will run parallel to Point Blank’s London school and feature the highest standard of teaching using state-of-the-art equipment. The new 6000 square meter space will encompass a DJ classroom, music production room, music industry classroom, practice room, recording/mixing room, performing area, break-out area and more. The team of lecturers at PB China includes certified Ableton trainers and industry experts who are fully equipped to teach the ins and outs of music production, DJing, music industry practice and more.
Just some of the courses on offer in phase one of Point Blank China will include the popular Intro to Music Production, Music Composition, Sound Engineering and Mastering, Mixing and Mastering, Native Instruments Maschine, Art of Mixing and a series of DJ courses ranging from basic to advanced. In phase two, Point Blank China is set to become a higher education institution issuing Bachelor Degrees and Masters Degrees and provide professional career advice to those who wish to break into the music industry.
Enrolling on a Point Blank China course is simple. Once you’ve decided on which course you’d like to take, you can contact a Course Advisor at PB China in Hangzhou via this email: [email protected]
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