Point Blank has announced it will open doors on a new electronic music school in China next year.
With schools in London, Los Angeles, Ibiza, and Mumbai, and a highly active online school, Point Blank will now partner with Chinese internet company NetEase and its dedicated music subsidiary Fever to open the first electronic music school of its kind in Hangzhou, the creative capital of China, which is one hour’s ride on the bullet train from Shanghai. Point Blank’s CEO Rob Cowan noted that the company is "thrilled to partner with Netease and Fever to open the first electronic music school of its kind in China. We are looking forward to training the next generation of Chinese artists and opening the doors to their success in China and on a global scale.”
Point Blank will first focus on delivering a specially formatted and comprehensive year-long Music Production & Sound Engineering Diploma, which includes subjects on music production, DJ skills, music composition, sound design, sound engineering, the art of mixing, audio for games, mastering, and more.
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