What Can You Learn from an Audio Engineering Program?
Audio Engineering schools teach students the art and technical craft of sound recording, music recording studio production and prepare them for careers in the field of music, video, TV, broadcasting and film.
Our audio engineering programs focus on the science behind sound and the techniques and equipment that can be used to capture and enhance it.
Audio engineering involves the knowledge of audio equipment operation and how to integrate each piece of equipment necessary in the everyday operations of recording studios, TV networks, radio stations, movie production houses and video game studios to name a few.
Most students don’t realize how much “sound” and audio engineering is involved in our everyday lives that we take for granted.
Have you gone to a live event? Concert? Sport event? play? Ect… 99% the time there is an audio engineer behind the scenes making those experiences happen.
Our audio engineering courses are taught in professional-quality studios by instructors that have real-life experience in the audio industry, many of whom have worked on world-renowned records and movies during their careers. They have “real life” experience, networks, and hands on experience they can teach you in person.
Audio engineering schools are a great place to start if you want to break into all types of industries from music to movies and live events. You’ll gain sound knowledge from experts of the audio engineering industry, while having a unique experience with other students you can collaborate with.
Our Audio engineering schools in the United States include a Music production training programs in as well and Audio production courses.
Recording arts school for music producers, sound engineers & music industry professionals are also known to have some type of Audio Engineering program that teach you
Some audio engineering schools offer a program online, and while this may seem like a good option or even “easier”, learning the art of recording, audio engineering, and music production requires many skills that can only be learned hands-on.
Don’t sell yourself short by trying to learn online from videos without any professional instructors that come from the industry, have achieved great results, or by collaborating with students in a class room environment.
The best audio engineering schools and programs can open a lot of career opportunities for students who are interested in music production, sound engineering and audio production. As you can see there are a lot of types of companies and career paths to consider and we can help guide you in the right direction based on your passion, experience at our school, and your strengths you gain in our program.
Students at our audio engineering schools will become familiar with acoustical engineering, noise control, even acoustical design.
CRAS is also unique amongst other audio engineering schools in that its faculty is made up of industry pros. This elite group of educators shares their industry expertise with students in small classes which are kept to a maximum of 12 students per class, ensuring that every student gets both hands-on experience and face time with the equipment and the instructors. Interested in learning more about our Audio Engineering program? Apply today