This course is all about sound engineering and recording arts. Mixing modern technology with the more traditional skills, such as aligning and operating tape machines, using industry standard microphones and general studio skills required for industry practice supported by a good theoretical knowledge. Subjects covered include sound engineering and studio recording skills, advanced music production and listening skills, mixing & remixing, mastering, sound for moving image, acoustics & psychoacoustics, synthesis and sampling. This would be the next step for any music producer or sound engineer.
Life in the Studio
You will get a deep understanding of all the elements of working in a studio environment, including listening skills, mixing and remixing, mastering, acoustics, psychoacoustics and much more.
dBs Music is not a standard university campus. Our dedicated facilities support a learning community dedicated to the creation of music and sound production skills. We are extremely proud of the support, care and attention you will receive as well as our friendly, inspiring and creative learning environment.
Whether it’s our classic Neve mixing desk or the very latest software plug-ins, you are always guaranteed to get your hand on the very best gear at dBs Music. You will have a thorough understanding of packages like Pro Tools and Logic Studio on completing this course.
This course is for the incredibly focused and ambitious student who wants to enter the industry at the highest level.
The minimum entry requirement for applicants with A levels/AS levels/ BTEC is 160 UCAS points plus a minimum of 4 GCSEs at grade C or above including Maths and English. Other similar qualifications may be considered on an individual basis.
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Last updated September 25, 2015