Music Mixing & Mastering
Classes Start: September
For those seeking to further their education in professional sound engineering, our Music Mixing & Mastering program offers extensive specialized insight into the art and science of music mixing and mastering. With an extensive curriculum developed by top industry professionals, this post-graduate program encompasses both digital and analog technologies and techniques and takes career focused students through the latest concepts and advanced techniques used to mix and master today’s hit music.
- Graduates earn a Diploma in Music Mixing & Mastering.
- A post-graduate program designed for students that have successfully completed a recognized diploma program in Audio Engineering.
- Intensive practical experience in the concepts and artistic styles used to mix and master contemporary music.
- Applied applications of classic analog and current digital techniques.
- Studios and labs are equipped with the industry standard technologies, including SSL, AVID, Neve, Studer, Apogee, UAD, Manley, Focusright, iZotope, Slate, Waves, MCDSP and WaveLab Pro.
- Studios and labs are equipped with Neumann, Yamaha, KRK, M&K, JBL, Mission and Westlake Monitors.
- Our exclusive educational partnership with Metalworks Studios provides students with an unprecedented learning environment and networking opportunities.
- The Music Mixing & Mastering program is approved by the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities under the Private Career Colleges Act 2005.
AREAS OF STUDY INCLUDE
- Analog and Digital Music Mixing Techniques and Technologies
- Applied Mastering Techniques and Technologies
- Advanced Digital and Analog Signal Processing Techniques
- Analytical and Critical Listening for Audio Professionals
- Entrepreneurial Business Strategies for Audio Professionals
- Control Room Design Principles
- Applicants must have OSSD or equivalent and a recognized Diploma or Degree in Audio Engineering.
- Acceptance in the program is limited and subject to an academic acceptance interview.
- It is also expected that applicants show keen interest in engineering technologies, possess advanced creative aptitude and computer literacy.
- Program applications and a guide to the application process can be found at http://metalworksinstitute.com
- 30 Weeks – Full-Time Program
- 690 Hours of Instruction
- Typical class hours range between 22-24 hours per week
- 10-12 additional study hours per week are recommended
3611 Mavis Rd. Mississauga ON. Canada L5C 1T7
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