On Line Sound Recording courseAudio Recording School
£ 99 - (Rs 8,107)
- Intensive course
- 40 hours of study
- Online campus
- Support service
- Personal tutor
- Virtual classes
Frequent Asked Questions
· What are the objectives of this course?
The chance to work with real professional recording methods like the ones used in commercial recording studios.
Previous knowlegde about audio is not necessary
· What marks this course apart?
Though this On Line course in Sound Recording I it will be possible for the student to study in depth some knowledge related to basic principles, microphones, studio monitors, Amplifiers, Microphone Techniques, The mixing desk, The mixing desk signal route, Equalization, Compressors and Limiters, Reverberation and Delay, Multi-Effects, Outboard Devices, The patch panel and cables, Analogue recording, Multi-track recording, Synthesizers, Digital Audio, Midi Systems, Mastering and Room Acoustics
What you'll learn on the course
Teachers and trainers (1)
Sergio studied at MUR Productions . He worked as a sound engineer from 1990 to 1994 in different studios around Valencia during 95/96 in Valencia. In June 1997 he became a qualified specialist in Image and Sound Engineering. In April 2000 he obtained his Diploma qualification as an Audio and Sound System Engineer from the University of Valencia. In November 2000 he attended the Advanced Recording Workshop Course at the Recording Workshop in London. Currently he is coordinating the ars courses.
Do you want to achieve a better sound on your recordings or maybe match the sound quality reached by professional Sound Engineers?
- The chance to work with real professional recording methods like the ones used in commercial recording studios.
- Suggestions on how to achieve a sound quality similar to those heard on artist's recordings.
- Help in getting 100% out of the equipment and software available to you.
- The ars ON-LINE SOUND RECORDING COURSE is the key!
This is an introductory sound engineering course in which you will learn about the basics of the essential uses procedures and equipment of both analogue and digital sound recording. Furthermore you will study the theory and applied practises of such subjects as line-in, routing, settings and post-production techniques.
- Basic principles in sound
- Microphone techniques
- The mixer desk
- Signal path
- Dynamics processors
- Delay and reverb
- Connections map
- Patch bay
- Weld, cables and connectors
- Basic Recording
- Multi-track recording
- Digital audio, an introduction
- Midi systems
- Room acoustics