Each summer, visiting students have the opportunity to take advantage of New York University, and all that New York City has to offer. The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music welcomes visiting students to either take part in the below Summer Music Industry Bootcamp or to register for any of our summer courses a la carte. For a complete listing of summer courses, visit our "Summer in Recorded Music" webpage.
BOOTCAMP DATES: MAY 27 - JUNE 13, 2014The Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music is pleased to invite you to attend our Summer Music Industry Bootcamp. This intense three-week experience is specifically designed for those individuals who have always wanted to work in the music industry, but haven’t found the opportunity to do so -- yet. Over three weeks at the Institute’s facility in New York City, participants will gain the knowledge needed to either break into (or move up within) this fast-paced, exciting and constantly changing industry. This Bootcamp will immerse you in the NYC music industry via master classes with the Institute of Recorded Music's distinguished faculty and provide you with the education needed to make your entrée into the field. Bootcampers will enroll in a minimum of 3 courses to earn at least 6 credits (or the non-credit equivalent) over a three-week summer session.
Apply via the Summer in NYC Visiting Student Application to be a visiting student for summer 2014. Processing time for visiting student applications is approximately 1-2 weeks. Once you have been processed as a visiting student in the NYU registration system, you will be able to register for your selected Recorded Music Industry Bootcamp courses beginning Tuesday, February 18, 2014.
*This bootcamp is NOT open to high school students. High school students should apply to our Summer High School program, or to the NYU Precollege programs directly.
1) REMU-UT 1707 THE MUSIC INDUSTRY OF NEW YORK (NCRD-UT 8500 for non-credit enrollment)
Wed & Fri 6-9:30pm
- REQUIRED for all Bootcamp participants - 2.0 credits
Master-class lectures by distinguished Recorded Music faculty and Industry panels comprised of known innovators and visionaries on topics such as touring, artist management and digital media will be offered exclusively to participants in this program.
2) IN ADDITION TO THE REQUIRED COURSE ABOVE, you must register for at least TWO of the following elective courses:
- REMU-UT 1020 FUNDAMENTALS OF AUDIO WORKSTATIONS I (NCRD-UT 8520 for non-credit enrollment)
TWRF 1:30pm-4:45pm | 2.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Phil Painson
Students will acquire an in-depth, theoretical and practical knowledge of Digital Audio Workstations with an emphasis on file management and system configurations. Utilizing Pro Tools and Logic Pro, students will learn the operating modes and tools, gain structure and multi-tracking techniques, and will use overdubs to build an arrangement.
- REMU-UT 1094 SONGWRITING WORKSHOP (NCRD-UT 525 for non-credit enrollment)
W&F 9am-12:30pm | 2.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Mike Errico
The music business begins and ends with a song. So, what makes a 'hit' song? Is it a matter of taste, promotion/marketing, politics, luck, or all of these? This class will explore the many facets inherent in this question by looking at both the raw material of hit songs, and the perspectives of the individuals that either created, and/or nurtured them. The class will examine the issues of form/structure, lyric content, production values, various parameters of song craft, and personal taste vs. practical reality. We will also look at audiences, marketing, timing and momentum.
- REMU-UT 1223 CONTRACTS & DEALMAKING (NCRD-UT 8518 for non-credit enrollment)
T&R 1:30pm-5:00pm | 2.0 credits
Instructor: Lauren Davis
Master the essential contracts and learn how to negotiate the terms of deals to support and execute your music projects. Contracts explored include: recording agreements, 360 deals, digital download agreements, songwriter deals, DJ performance and residency agreements, artist management deals, music synchronization deals, composer agreements for multimedia projects, video games and more. Different contract terms and their business implications will be analyzed from a broad framework and students will learn how to structure, negotiate, and close deals on their behalf - and how to help others do the same.
- REMU-UT 1251 THE BASICS OF BRANDING (NCRD-UT 8519 for non-credit enrollment)
T&R 6pm-9:30pm | 2.0 credits
Instructor: Marcie Allen & Jessica Beutler
Brands generate loyalty, trust and familiarity with consumers. Nearly anyone can release an artist, or an album, or start their own MP3 download site, but those versed in branding have the ability to successfully capture the attention of their audience and speak to them in clear and persuasive terms. Students will learn the ins and outs of branding theory and consider why some brands succeed where others fail.
- REMU-UT 1271 THE BASICS OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP (NCRD-UT 8515 for non-credit enrollment)
T&R 6pm-9:30pm | 2.0 credits
Instructor: Bill Richards
This course is designed for students who are interested in future careers as innovative music executives and industry leaders. Topics include: different revenue sources; company operations and management; identification of new opportunities; effective market research techniques and strategies for successful implementation; and new venture formation. Strategies for successful leadership will be discussed as students focus on the career paths and the circumstances behind the success of key music industry leaders and innovators (through reading assignments, in-class presentations and guest lecturers). Effective communication techniques will b learned in a series of collaborative class exercises involving public speaking, business letter writing and deal negotiations. This course is not for ReMu majors.
- REMU-UT 1309 VOCAL PERFORMANCE WORKSHOP (NCRD-UT 2524 for non-credit enrollment)
W&F 1:30pm-5:00pm | 2.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Gerry Geddes
Hitting the right notes is important, but a real and effective performance in made up of so much more than musical proficiency. A good song tells a story, and a good singer is a storyteller and actor. This workshop emphasizes this aspect of singing - allowing students to develop a personal, natural, and conversational style. This enables a more direct connection with the performer's audience. The classes will cover lyric interpretation, song selection, arrangements, tempo, focus, physicality and movement, microphone technique and overcoming nerves. The focus is to help students to develop their personal performance skills, to make a song their own, and tell its story in a way that is unique to them.
- REMU-UT 1501 STUDIO RECORDING FOR THE MODERN PRODUCER/ENGINEER I (NCRD-UT 8501 for non-credit enrollment)
TWRF 9am-12:15pm | 4.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Michael McCoy
Studio Recording For The Modern Producer/ Engineer I is a hands-on music recording course that familiarizes students with the practical aspects of the recording process. Taught by veteran professional Recording Engineers from today’s Music Industry students will be introduced to the basics of recording through lectures, demonstrations, supplemental reading and assignments. Students will utilize our state of the art world class SSL console equipped recording studio to explore topics which include: analog signal flow, the propagation of sound, hearing and audio perception, microphones types, usage and microphone placement techniques, equalization and signal processing. The course will culminate with the students recording and mixing an original song.
- REMU-UT 1700 PRODUCING WITH BOB POWER (NCRD-UT 8580 for non-credit enrollment)
TWRF 1:15pm-5:00pm --> first two weeks ONLY (May 27-June 6)
3.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Bob Power
Producer/Mixer/Recordist Bob Power (Erkyah Badu, Common, D’Angelo, A Tribe Called Quest) will present a balance of practical and conceptual information designed to expose students to the various recording and production techniques he uses to create his consistent brand of effective production. This studio class is centered around an in-class production executed by Mr. Power with a prominent New York based artist with accompanying session players.
- REMU-UT 1701 THE ART OF MIXING WITH BOB POWER (NCRD-UT 8581 for non-credit enrollment)
MTWRF 1pm-5:15pm --> last week ONLY (June 9-June 13)
2.0 credits | $260 lab fee
Instructor: Bob Power
Commonly referred to as a mystifying ‘Dark Art,’ mixing records involves composing a final assemblage and balancing of a song’s recorded elements, with the final goal of enabling a recording to deliver a clear and emotional intended message. In this week-long, intensive master class, world-class record mixer and producer Bob Power will provide a complete exposition of his mix methodology and technique in the state of the art facilities of the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music.
More recorded music courses are available outside of our bootcamp schedule. For the full list of Recorded Music Summer courses. Click here.
- REMU-UT 1037 INTERNSHIP/CAREER SKILLS FOR THE MUSIC ENTREPRENEUR (students MUST enroll in this course FOR CREDIT)
Instructor: Lauren Davis
- International students may NOT participate in the internship program
- Students who would like to participate in the internship program must email the following components to Adam Underhill (email@example.com) no later than APRIL 15 in order to be considered:
- Cover Letter & Resume - applicants must express interest, discuss what kind of internship they are hoping for, and how many hours per week they would like to intern; and
- Unofficial College Transcript - applicants must show successful completion of college level course work, and that they have successfully earned at least a 3.0 GPA.
- Most industry internships typically take place for the full 12 weeks of summer, with some variation. While a shorter-term internship may be possible, students should prepare to stay in New York for the duration of the summer if they are interested in finding a summer internship. Participants able to stay in New York for at least 6 weeks are invited to apply to our Summer Internship program. Bootcamp students should plan to intern during the three weeks of the Bootcamp, and continue for at least the three weeks following, if this is the case. Summer session options, are as follows:
- REMU-UT 1037.001 -- May 27-July 3 (6 weeks, first 3 weeks are during the Bootcamp; this course meets as needed and by appointment)
- REMU-UT 1037.002 -- July 7-August 17 (6 weeks; this course meets as needed and by appointment)
- If admitted to the internship program, you will begin to work with our Internship Coordinator on the identification of potential internship sites, refinement of your resume, and submission of your applications, with the goal of having an internship arranged by the time you arrive in NYC. Please see our Internship website for detailed information regarding the program, which will provide you with the opportunity to apply the knowledge gained from the Bootcamp in a real-world setting.
VISA & REGISTRATION INFORMATION FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS
We welcome international students! In most cases, international students who want to enroll in NYU Summer classes must obtain a student visa in order to attend. It is important to allow plenty of time between admission and the start of the program to ensure that all visa steps are completed. As such, all international students must submit their application in full, including language proficiency scores, by March 15, 2014. After submitting the application, international students will receive the 1-20/DS-2019 application via e-mail. The I-20/DS-2019 application is due by April 1. Detailed information on Visa application procedures and other important information for participants traveling from abroad is available here: http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/summer-sessions/summer-in-nyc/apply/international-students.html
VIDEO: International Registration Instructions - http://specialprograms.tisch.nyu.edu/object/internationalregvid.html
HOUSING & MEAL PLAN INFORMATION
Discounted housing in the NYU dormitories is available to both credit and non-credit participants. Rates range from $181 - $394 per person/per week depending upon the level of accommodation. Full details and applications are available on the NYU Summer Housing website: www.nyu.edu/summer/housing
Rates for NYU meal plans range from $130 - $160 per person/per week depending upon the number of meals desired. Full details are available on the NYU Summer Housing website: www.nyu.edu/summer/housing/dining.htm
ESTIMATED COSTS Tuition is dependent upon your course selection. All Bootcamp students are required to register for at least 6 credits, or the non-credit equivalent. Tuition is paid per-credit, with applicable registration and lab fees.
More information on tuition can be found here: http://www.nyu.edu/bursar/tuition.fees/summer14/visiting.html
More information on financial aide can be found here: https://www.nyu.edu/financial.aid/forms/summer-visitor.html
For-credit tuition can be calculated by taking the number of credits the student wishes to enroll in and multiplying it by the price per unit, which for visiting students is $1,251.
Additionally, there is an initial $355 registration fee for first point and $64 registration fee for each additional credit. Please note: Production courses utilizing the Institute's lab and/or studios have a $260 lab fee in addition to the standard tuition & registration costs.
The cost of non-credit courses is listed in each individual course description on Albert, NYU's registration system.
|Summer 2014 Tuition Costs|
-- $2,502 - 2 credits
-- $3,753 - 3 credits
-- $5,004 - 4 credits
-- $7,506 - 6 credits
-- $10,008 - 8 credits
| Non-credit equivalent:
||-- $1,755 - 2 credit equivalent
-- $2,630 - 3 credit equivalent
-- $3,505 - 4 credit equivalent
-- $5,630 - 6 credit equivalent
NYU Visiting Student Application Available Online:
Saturday, February 1, 2014 @ 9:00am (EST)
Summer 2014 Online Course Registration Begins:
Tuesday, February 18, 2014
International Student Application Deadline:
Friday, March 15, 2014
Internship Application Deadline:
Students interested in interning must submit the required components no later than April 15, 2014 (see Internship information above)
Last Day to Register for Bootcamp Courses Online:
Monday, May 26, 2014 (after this date, all course registration must be done in person at the NYU Student Services Center)
The 2014 Summer in NYC Visiting Student Application is available starting February 1st, 2014.
If you are eligible to participate in Summer in NYC as a visiting student, please follow the steps below to apply. Visiting students may only apply to one NYU program at a time.
- Complete the online application form. Fill out the Summer in NYC Visiting Student Application to begin the 2-step "application" process. The information collected on this form will generate your NYU IDs so that you can complete the second step of the process. Processing time for applications is 1-2 weeks once the online application form is received. All communication will be made by e-mail. Be sure to provide an e-mail address that you check regularly.
- Select and register for 3 Bootcamp courses including Music Industry of NY.
Once you receive your enrollment letter, which includes your NYU ID Number and NetID, you will be able to complete this step. Instructions to register can be found under Critical Instructions for Admitted Students.
REMU-UT 1707 The Music Industry of New York (for college credit)
NCRD-UT 8500 The Music Industry of New York (for non-credit)
PLUS two additional courses from the list above for a total minimum of 6 credits