Professional Sound EngineeringAudio Recording School
£ 99 - (Rs 8,107)
- Intensive course
- 40 hours of study
- Online campus
- Support service
- Personal tutor
- Virtual classes
What you'll learn on the course
Film and Television
Sound recording techniques
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?
TOTALLY ON-LINE - Making the course available to you whenever and wherever you happen to be.
SIMPLE - Our easy to follow lessons make learning effortless as you pass from one lesson to another.
FUN - you'll never get bored with the over 100 specially developed videos, sounds and 3D examnples.
EASY TO COMPLETE - Our clear explanations mean there won't be anything too complicated for you to understand.
DIPLOMA - On completion of the course will be awarded with a certificate.
Our Sound Engineers have developed an on-line course that provides training with the same level of results as an in-school course, one that meets your needs. Our unique teaching method offers you a flexible sound recording course that adapts to your free time at a price that was previously unheard of for this type of training.
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
the table of mixtures
Ruteo of signal
Processors of dynamics
Retardations and reverberation
Map of wiring connections
Weld, cables and connectors
Introduction to the audio digitalis
Acoustic in enclosures