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Diploma Of Audio Engineering & Sound Production

JMC Academy


About the Course

Technical skills are vital for a career in the audio industry, and this practical Diploma will provide you with a solid understanding of how to use a digital audio workstation and an analogue console, as well as how to operate live sound equipment. You will begin to develop and apply key skills relating to microphones, mixing consoles, recording and signal processors, and will receive an introduction to software-based recording systems, with an emphasis on editing, arranging and mixing.

Of course, you will also have plenty of opportunities to put your technical skills into practice - such as recording a band using multi-microphone techniques, or overdubbing other instruments to a multi-track recorder.

On a theoretical level, you’ll also learn all about acoustics, electronics, synthesis, sound design and music production, and you’ll gain a genuine head start when it comes to securing your dream audio job.

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By combining the fundamental audio principles with practical application and training on a range of equipment styles (traditional and contemporary), you will graduate with the ability and flexibility to undertake a wide range of industry projects. Integration across other disciplines within JMC Academy ensures that as a graduate, you will be able to approach your chosen industry with an innovative perspective and comprehensive understanding.

Subject
Introduction to the Audio Industry
Audio and Acoustics Theory
Music Production Analysis
Studio I
Electronics
Introduction to Electronic Music
Producing Live Sound
Studio II



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