Degree in Mass Communication with Specialisation in Sound Engineering

Seamdu School of Pro Expressionism
In Pune

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  • Bachelor
  • Pune
  • Duration:
    3 Years
Description


Suitable for: 10+2 or equivalent / 3 year Diploma from a State Board of Technical Education

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Where and when

Starts Location
On request
Pune
15/1A, Baner Road, Balewadi, Pune, Maharashtra 411045, 411045, Maharashtra, India
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Teachers and trainers (5)

Asif Khan
Asif Khan
Faculty

Dilip Achtani
Dilip Achtani
Head - Academics

Mr. Dilip R Achtani, the brains behind creating the sound engineering course, a professional sound engineer have worked on Hindi and Marathi movies including Dev D, Oye Lucky Lucky Oye, Uladhal and many more. He has worked for a live sound and a post production company in the past. He has immense experience on software’s which are used in the Sound Industry. He has a very strong vision to provide the best of the education for sound in India.

Harold Raichur
Harold Raichur
Director

Kalhan Raina
Kalhan Raina
Faculty

Diploma in Audio Engineering from SAE College, Mumbai. Previous experience as an Audio Engineer/Post-Production Supervisor for Red Chillies Entertainment. Worked for different Live Sound companies and Recording studios in Mumbai. Experience as Audio Engineer / Music director for Independent films and documentaries.

Makarand Malawe
Makarand Malawe
Senior Faculty

Course programme

Specialization in Sound Engineering

Imagine you are watching a film, or playing a game or listening to a radio without sound. Well there won’t be any point if you can’t hear the music, or the sound track or the voise. Well Sound engineering & Design is where most of these aspects get covered.

Sound is a powerful film technique for many reasons. To begin, sound engages a distinct sense which can lead to a “synchronization of senses”-- making a single rhythm or expressive quality unifies both image and sound. The rhythm, melody, harmony and instrumentation of the music can strongly affect the viewer’s emotional reactions.

Sound also plays a very important role in Mass Communication as it can lead the viewer not only to see but also to believe in the visual content.

For full information on the course kindly refer to: http://www.seamedu.com/site/bachelors_mass_comm_sound/


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