Audio Engineering is a part of audio science dealing with the recording and reproduction of sound through mechanical and electrical means. The field of audio engineering draws on many disciplines, including Broadcast Engineering, Acoustics, Acoustical Design and Music.
A Sound Engineer is a person who understands the importance of the sound track, which works in conjunction with the visual image. Sound and picture share a symbolic relationship and the result is magical….the magic of Cinema industry.
A student aware of the importance of sound in our life, attending this course will learn both the technical and creative aspects of the recording and reproduction of sound.. Students practice in state-of-the-art equipment being used in professional studios and upon completion they will be able to work successfully and confidently in any avenues of the sound recording industry.
An audio engineer should be familiarized with the operations of sound Recording, Sound Reinforcement and Sound Broadcasting Systems. Moreover, in the recording studio the Audio engineer will do recording, editing, manipulations, mixing and mastering of sound by technical means.
Why should you become a qualified Sound Engineer?
To perform world class performance as a professionally trained Sound Engineer.
To satisfy the total needs of the promoters of your profession in the areas of Recording, Radio, T.V, Film, Live & Theatre Sound.
To hold proudly a powerful, accredited and recognized certificate from a reputed institution in your career.
To obtain a strong theoretical and practical background to overcome any encounters you may come across in your professional life.