Students from the Audio Engineering 1-Year Program recently spent the afternoon setting up for their final projects in Studio 1 at Metalworks Studios. These students were given a hands-on opportunity to learn fundamental and advanced audio theory applications, as well as the production skill-sets required in the recording industry today.
The class brought in The BallRoom Babies, an indie rock trio from Toronto to record, and once the drums were setup, students ran a multi-track session with bass, guitar, drums, and vocals.
As part of the Institute’s Recording Engineering Theory and Recording Engineering Studio courses, students gain insight and are introduced to basic acoustic principles, microphones, signal flow, recording studio equipment, basic console operation, multi-track recording, session protocols and communication skills. Students are also encouraged to begin acting and thinking as recording engineers.
Check out the Time Lapse Video, created by Cory Revesz, below to see our hard-working students in action.