Song Production 101 Using Garageband with Yonit Spiegelman

The perfect class for vocalists and songwriters who want to take their music to the next level! Garageband is a great DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) that comes with Apple products that can be used easily to compose or enhance the creativity of artists of any age.

Using the software, Yonit (NYC-based professional bassist, producer and songwriter) will teach you how to create a track using Midi tools and how to come up with harmonic parts, drum parts, instrument solo parts, etc.


Bassist, composer, guitarist, vocalist and producer Yonit Spiegelman has an international performance experience performing on stages in Israel, Austria, France, Belgium and the US,   sharing stage with Paul Simon and Valerie Simpson and recordings for Spanish multi Latin Grammy winner  producer Javier Limon as well as performing alongside noted prominent musicians such as Tower of Power, Asaf Amdurski, Tali Rubinstein, David Broza and the group Foreign Hues (lead by Spiegelman herself).

Graduate of Rimon School for Contemporary Music in Israel and recipient of Israel Musicians' Union Scholarship for Jazz Performance, Spiegelman received scholarship for musical excellence from Berklee College of Music and the Brian Oliver memorial scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music. After graduating Summa Cum Laude and receiving bachelors degree in arts from Berklee, Spiegelman was hired as an instructor for Berklee's acclaimed youth program "Day Sessions", teaching the next generation of outstanding performers ages 9-15.

Yonit Spiegelman has carved out an extraordinary career distinguished by superb recordings, thrilling live appearances, the great respect of her industry peers, the admiration of music critics, and the fervent loyalty of her fans. Today Spiegelman resides in Brooklyn NY, performing in NYC with her own original music group Foreign Hues and alongside noted musicians in NYC area. Spiegelman is currently teaching instrumental studies of guitar, electric bass, voice, ukulele and piano. Spiegelman's teaching has an emphasis on every instrument individually and helps students master the craft as well as revealing students to the logic and depth of music theory, assisting with performance and educational needs. Spiegelman has a large variety of students and lesson plans  - from the absolute beginner to the advanced and professional, known for successfully preparing for Berklee College of Music auditions (with 100% success rate*).  


You may attend the course in-person, at the Lessonface Studio at 451 West St., NYC, or online. Choose your preference when you enroll, above. All enrolled students will be able to watch the recording of the class, which will be available within 48 hours of the live class time.

The live class will occur from 4:30-5:30pm pm ET on March 13, 2018.

This class starts from zero! So you are welcome if you have no prior knowledge, or if you have just a bit but want to take it to the next level. All genres are welcome.

This class will be taught from the Lessonface Studio in the West Village of Manhattan to an in-studio and live online audience. Students are able to attend by physically coming into the studio OR by joining over the Lessonface high performing video conference platform. The class is covered by the Lessonface Guarantee - let us know if you are not satisfied for any reason within two days of the class and we will refund your tuition in full.

If you have questions or concerns, don't hesitate to be in touch by chatting at us within our office hours, calling 1-800-211-7058, or emailing jess@lessonface.com.