Since 1979, Full Sail University has helped students launch successful careers in the world of recording arts. And over the years, we’ve gained a profound understanding of the professional opportunities that this industry has to offer. It’s not just about recording a band in the studio anymore – audio and sound play a crucial role in every facet of the entertainment industry.
Since the career paths in sound and audio engineering aren’t limited to just one thing, we don’t believe your education should be, either. In our Recording Arts degree, you’ll get the opportunity to experience the different facets of the industry, as you develop the skills you need to get your hands on the controls in one of our several state-of-the-art recording facilities.
You’ll learn microphone placement as you engineer actual recording sessions with artists. You’ll sharpen your editing skills as you work with post-production audio for film and television projects on our digital workstations. You’ll get behind the boards as you mix sound effects for student-created video games. And you’ll become skilled on both digital and analog tools as you work in the studio to produce your own tracks.
Regardless of the project or assignment, you’ll be working alongside a group of fellow students, educators, and industry guests who all share your passion for sound. As you progress through the Recording Arts degree program, you’ll get the chance to directly apply what you learn in professional studio environments, and gain the experience needed to start a career in the world of recording arts.