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Understanding the nuances of recording a voice or instrument requires a broad-based approach that combines art and science. From dramatic instrumental scores to hard-driving rock and roll, all genres and media require an attention to detail and a respect for the integrity of the finished product. If your dream career is to be involved in the making of memorable recordings, Full Sail University’s Recording Engineering Associate’s Degree Program can give you the building blocks to pursue a career working behind the scenes in professional audio.

Quality recorded audio is not only needed for great albums, but for the media that shapes our lives. To address the need for skilled recording professionals, Full Sail University's Recording Engineering Associate’s Degree teaches students the core fundamentals of what it takes to record high-caliber music and soundtracks.

You'll begin the program by learning the basics of music theory, computer science, electronics, and the recording equipment found in studios worldwide. Next, you’ll explore the world of digital audio, as well as the elements of show production. From there, you’ll further develop your ear for music, learn issues specific to the music business, explore how to write and develop songs, and build your background in music history. Finally, you’ll learn specific production techniques as well as postproduction for media such as television and video games.

If you’re looking for an entry into the world of audio recording and are ready to learn what goes into recording professional-quality tracks, this program will provide a solid foundation as you pursue your career.

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Full Sail University
Full Sail's Recording Engineering Associate’s Degree teaches the fundamentals needed to record quality audio for a variety of music genres and media.
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