In the studio, you need to know much more than how to run the controls. You’ll need to have the ear to determine if a guitar’s A string is flat, or whether a vocal needs to be brightened up. When a signal or microphone fails, you’ll need to know how to effectively troubleshoot and fix the problem as soon as possible.
Your curriculum in the Recording Engineering program introduces you to all of the elements of sound – from music basics, to ear training and critical listening. You’ll also study audiotronics to learn how to properly use and maintain industry-standard recording hardware and software, as well as hands-on electronics knowledge so that you can wire, solder, and test equipment. Your coursework also includes industry-specific topics such as microphone theory and professional workflow, as well as the essential communication skills needed in the music business.