Becoming an audio engineer, whether behind the console in a professional recording studio or behind the console at a rock concert, is a popular dream. But without the proper training from a respected audio engineering school, that dream is hard-pressed to become a reality.
At the Sheffield Institute inBaltimore, Maryland, we prepare students to work in these exciting environments through hands-on training. Our audio technician program is designed to give you the experience you need to succeed. As a student at Sheffield's music production school, you'll work side-by-side with your instructors while learning on the latest audio and recording equipment.
Whether you want to work in music, television or movies, the solid foundational skills you build in audio recording, audio engineering, production and remote recording while studying in our audio engineering program can help you get your foot in the door.
Upon completion of the audio engineering program, graduates can be qualified to apply for entry-level employment in one or more of the following positions:
Our audio technician program combines 96 hours of lecture time with 200 hours of lab time for a total of 296 hours. Typical full-time classes occur four days a week, are four hours per day and continue for 23 to 25 weeks. Part-time classes occur two days per week, are four hours long per day and continue for 43 to 46 weeks.
If you're interested in learning more about our music production school in Baltimore, Maryland, please request more information today.
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