Diploma in Sound Engineering
Sound engineering itself is an art blended with the science of sound.
 
It comes from the collaboration of Acoustics, Computer Science, Broadcast, Physics and Electronics. It comprises of creative use of Audio (Sound) and Technical use of Software’s and Acoustics,recording, manipulation, mixing, reproduction, and reinforcement of sound. Sound engineers work on the "...technical aspect of recording—the placing of microphones, the turning of pre-amp knobs, the setting of levels, the nuts and bolts."  

The physical recording of any project is done by an engineer.

Many Sound engineers creatively use technologies to produce sound for film, radio, television, music, electronic products and computer games. Sound engineers also set up and operate sound reinforcement systems for concert, corporate, theatre, sporting and other events.


Sound engineering concerns the creative and practical aspects of sounds including speech and music, as well as the development of new Sound technologies and advancing scientific understanding of audible sound.
Sound engineers develop algorithms to allow the electronic manipulation of Audio signals.
    
S ound Engineering:  Full time Diploma Course

Duration: 9 months (Theory + Practicals + Project)

 
Topics covered:
 
  • Introduction to sound, its origin, basics and science.
  • Anatomy i.e. structure and Physiology i.e. function of human ear.
  • Process of recording
  • Types of Media
  • Microphones and its types.
  • Speakers and its types
  • Cables and Connectors.
  • Digital theory of sound
     & Principles of recording
 
  • Microphone positioning
  • Basic recording skills
  • Advanced recording skills
  • Multiple microphone settings
  • Processors: Dynamic, Effect, Equilizers.
  • D A W’s : Protools, Nuendo
  • Basics of D A W’s. : Recording and Editing.
  • Advanced D A W’s: Programming, Sampling, Mixing, Mastering.
  • Location Sound Overview 
  • The Current State of Audio Recording Technology
  • Audio Post-Production Overview
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