Live Sound Fundamentals - Zoomed in

A sound engineer, also called an audio engineer, works in the music production industry. They are responsible for sonic manipulation of all kinds of sounds from a wide range of sources.

You can become a sound engineer without a degree. However, you will need to receive the appropriate training and get all the experience in the industry as possible.

12 sessions

  • Sound Wave basics/Analogue Signal Flow
  • Introduction to Microphones.
  • Analoge Signal Flow Sends and Returns/reverb introduction
  • Analoge Signal Flow Insert Points & EQs
  • Analoge Signal Flow Insert Points & EQs (Mixing)
  • Ear Training with Frequencies and levels
  • Digital Mixers Introduction
  • Digital mixers auxiliary sends
  • Microphones (feedback prevention)
  • Analogue Signal Types
  • Streaming audio for conferences
  • Open session for Q&A and revision and certifcate of completion
    And much much more!

All students receive:

Audio Engineering Skilltech Institute for Technical and Occupational Skills Training Co. L.L.C

Experienced Trainers

Sound Engineering Fundamentals are taught by Audio engineering skill tech founder and industry veteran Andrew James Ward.

Industry experts are bought in to teach advanced live sound concepts. 

Every Session Hands on

Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn” (Benjamin Franklin).

Small Note: Images are not stock footage, this will be your workspace.

Industry partner:7Hertz Professional Audio

All our students get a 10% discount with the Music Majlis (T&Cs apply)

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