Next time you’re watching a movie or TV show, take a moment to notice what’s going on behind the dialog, then go further in and listen behind the music soundtrack. All of those car crashes, door slams, foot stomps and dogs barking… every tick of a clock and bomb blast is recorded, laid in, synchronized and mixed by a team of audio engineers.
The CRAS Master Recording Program II teaches you how all of this is accomplished, from synchronization, surround sound, to dubbing, to foley and on-site audio. Many of our students who originally thought of a career in music are attracted to the many opportunities in sound for film.
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BE PART OF THE ACTION – ON SET, & IN STUDIO
At CRAS, we want to see you succeed in both the classroom and the real world. During our 11-month program, we teach you the skills you need to become an audio engineering chameleon, equipped to handle situations both on-set as well as in the studio. The 12-week internship is an integral part of this process.