Xtreme Music, a music record label and art organisation based in Ghana has launched a training program for young people in Tamale, Ghana. The training program is set to offer small group and one-on-one instruction, and the opportunity to serve workshops in music styles.

Many music educators, have since Ghana gained her independence, emphasized the need for the study of African music.

The program will focus on lessons that teach students with diverse learning needs and will aim at producing amazing outcomes for young people using innate knowledge of the skills that some of these children possess i.e. perfect pitch, excellent memory.

The organisers said the training will “engage young and creative engineers to learn the construction of fundamental mixing techniques that apply digital audio workstations like Pro Tools, DP and Ableton.”

Additionally, the workshop aims to impart proper production methods at every stage of the song-making process while allowing participants to mix along in real time.