Some Important Things You May Not Know About Audio Engineering School

The CRAS Recording Program and Audio Engineering School

Introduction:

Completing high school is a milestone achievement in any student’s educational career. New avenues open up for you here, such as audio engineering school. You are the crossroads where each road will take you along a path of specialization. It is natural that you will feel confused. You require the best guidance at this point of time. You should remember one thing. You must choose the field of study you feel comfortable. You should know your interests. People will give you advice. Listen to them, think it over, weigh the options in your mind, and do what interests you the most.

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Revengineering Series – Effects on Any Instrument

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“Revengineering” is defined by CRAS as reverse engineering – taking a sound and using engineering to bring it back to it’s simplest form.

CRAS Graduate and seven-time Grammy Award Winning engineer Darrell Thorp is hosting a series with CRAS where you can ask questions on topics we think Darrell could provide great feedback using “Revengineering”.

This weeks topic was “Effects On Any Instrument” and here are the questions asked by you, with Darrell’s answers!

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5 Simple Tips When Starting a Career in Music Production

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Are you a struggling student, musician, music producer, or audio engineer who’s trying to start out a career in doing what you love?

There are basically two reasons why you are suffering right now. It is either you don’t know what to do to push your music career or your do not know how things are done. The worst part of it all is that you may have a different vision, usually inaccurate, about what it really takes to start and develop a long-lasting, stable and successful career in the music industry.

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Tips for Working in Live Sound

Live Sound is one of the disciplines that we teach at the Conservatory. Each part of audio engineering has it’s unique challenges, as well as a shared set of common skills. The success of a gig depends a lot on how prepared you are, and how you handle the challenges that will come up on the job site. Knowing how to use the gear is one thing, but there are also some core life skills that can come into play and make your work life a lot easier! Today I’d like to focus on some pieces of advice to consider when looking to work in the Live Sound arena:

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Revengineering Series – Mixing a Kick Drum

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“Revengineering” is defined by CRAS as reverse engineering – taking a sound and using engineering to bring it back to it’s simplest form.

CRAS Graduate and seven-time Grammy Award Winning engineer, Darrell Thorp, is hosting a series with CRAS where you can ask questions on topics we think Darrell could provide great feedback using “Revengineering”.

So let’s see the responses from Darrell on the first topic “Mixing a Kick Drum“:

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