By the end of the SAE Certificate Course in Live Sound Engineering, students will understand the principles of sound (what it is, how it is made up, its means of measurement), acoustic and electronic instruments and the levels they create, as well as the equipment that can be used in a live performance (Mics, Mixers, Amplifiers, Speakers, Gates, Compressors, Effects Processors, Equalizers), Mixing desks, front of house and monitor mixing.
Moreover, students will be introduced to various types of speaker systems – including setting up and their application, will learn how the equipment is connected together and the connections used and gain structure, EQ and signal routing.
The students that will attend this course will be sure to notice progress and a substantial improvement in their workflow with Maya in just under 6 weeks. Our goal is to offer the best knowledge in the field and put them to fruition in a very short term. You will learn by doing, and you will learn from professional figures in the creative media domain. A solid theory & practical application is the key to mastering these skills.
With mixing tips and tricks that are used by some of the top names in the industry, this short course is invaluable for anyone looking to get the most out of their music. Upon completion of the course, students will know what mixing is, when to start mixing, what the different mixing approaches are and what consequences they have on the final product. Obviously, students will be taken all the way through the Dry Mix and Wet Mix and will have a full plate of Tips & Tricks from the Pros.
Students will learn everything they need to know in order to write, design, produce and provide structure for an electronic music track. Upon the completion of this course, students will: have working knowledge of Ableton Live's Session and Arrangement views, devices and typical routing paths; be able to sample and synthesize to create new sounds with a musical purpose; be able to layer together audio elements to create a full song; know the basic workings of digital audio, sound synthesis and audio mixing.
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