This program accepts GI Bill Veteran Funding, for Veterans who qualify.
Theory lectures delivered by experienced sound engineers and music industry professionals provide the basis for preparing students for work in recording studios, at live sound venues, in post-production studios and broadcast facilities.
SAE's Audio Technology Program has received industry and academic acclaim for over 25 years across the globe. This intensive program offers high-level, hands-on practical training in combination with advanced theoretical study. This powerful combination provides our students with the skills and knowledge necessary for success in the competitive creative media industries as well as equipping graduates for further study towards the degree level.
The Audio Technology Program is specifically designed to train students for entry level positions in the audio industry, such as commercial recording and post-production studios, as well as live sound events. Students will have the necessary management skills for entry-level management positions in the entertainment business.
The graduate will be able to enter the audio / music business as an effective professional in an entry level position in a number of roles on either the technical or business management sides of the music and broadcast industries: recording engineer, post production engineer, live sound engineer, studio manager, music business manager, audio film editor, or record company professional.
In addition to the regular class schedule, workshops are scheduled on Fridays. Topics include: Soldering, Drum Miking, 88R automation, Tape Machine Alignment, visiting Producers and Engineers.
Total Program Hours: 900
Incudes Weekly Individual Lab Time
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