Do you have a passion for music and want to learn which technology makes for high-quality sound?
In the Audio Engineering Department you will learn how to create a variety of professional audio productions. In addition to in-depth specialist knowledge, you will get to grips with technical production and gain practical experience with high-quality, state-of-the-art equipment.
Course content (excerpts from the curriculum)
acoustics, microphones & loudspeakers, electrical engineering, DAW
sampling, synthesis, mixdown
mixing, production planning, signal flow & recording techniques
sound for media, game sound, sound design, postproduction & mixing
music production, live recording, editing, film sound or audio-book mastering
collaborative work processes in project work
financing, publication and marketing to target groups
research and analysis, project management and planning
Job profiles in the music industry:
Studio & Live
TV & Film
Learn and study
Course starts: March and September
Diploma: Professional training / Professional development
Bachelor: Full-time degree / Part-time degree
Master: Specialization / Professional qualification
Own notebook with internet access for theory tests, online lectures and lecture notes
Proof of intact hearing (audiogram)
For Bachelor’s Degree: high-school diploma/vocational diploma; alternatively: minimum age of 18 years & intermediate school-leaving certificate & assessment of suitability for studies
For Diploma: high-school diploma/vocational diploma; alternatively: minimum age of 17 years & intermediate school-leaving certificate
Your career advisor at the campus
Our career advisors on campus will show you the opportunities within SAE during an on-site visit and inform you about departments, course content as well as job prospects and are happy to answer all your questions individually.
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