Media, Design and Dramatic Arts

Recording Engineering – Music Production

2 years Ontario College Diploma

Collaborate with artists to produce a song or album

Overview

Starts: September 2020

This program will prepare you for an exciting career as a music producer or engineer. Aspiring audio professionals will learn on state-of-the-art equipment the basics of acoustics, signal flow, automation, recording and mixing techniques. You will learn to produce multi-track recordings demonstrating a full range of audio engineering and music production skills. Learn to produce audio that drastically shapes a listener’s experience. Gain the technical knowledge and skill to be a professional audio engineer in today’s music industry.

Your Future Career

  • Recording engineer
  • Mixing engineer
  • Music producer
  • Field recordist
  • Composer for Film and Television
  • Live sound technician

What You Learn

  • Music production
  • Recording engineering
  • Editing and mixing
  • Digital editing
  • Live event sound production
  • Composing for film and television

OSSD or equivalent, ENG4C or ENG4U

Mature Student Status

If English is not your first language you must provide proof of English competency. You must have a minimum overall band score of 5.5 on the Academic International English Language Testing System (IELTS), or equivalent accepted English language proficiency test to be admitted to a postsecondary program at the college. Notwithstanding the above, the English proficiency standards required to obtain Study Permits and Temporary Resident Visas from Canadian Embassies vary around the world. The higher English language proficiency standard will apply.

Check out the Campus Bookstore to not only purchase your textbooks but also view your book list before the semester starts. 

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You will also need:

  • Headphones, over the ear - apx. $80.00

Ontario College Diploma

Learning outcomes represent culminating demonstrations of learning and achievement. In addition, learning outcomes are interrelated and cannot be viewed in isolation of one another. As such, they should be viewed as a comprehensive whole. They describe performances that demonstrate that significant integrated learning by graduates of the program has been achieved.

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