Planit


Studio Sound Production

Forth Valley College

Venues

Stirling Campus

Content

Interested in getting the most out of your recording - perhaps as part of a band, your own solo work, for home recording or even for specialist sound design? This introductory course will give you a hands-on starter on the workings of a modern recording studio. Working with a specialist member of staff to identify the skills you most want to pick up, you will be introduced to planning, setting-up, recording and editing within a studio environment, as well as getting the chance to try your hand at recording some of your work.

Course content includes:

Introduction on the workings of a modern recording studio; Working with a specialist member of staff to identify the skills you most want to pick up; Introduction to planning, setting-up, recording and editing within a studio environment; The chance to try your hand at recording some of your work.

Entry Requirements

No formal entry requirements, although some experience in basic sound recording would be an advantage.

Progression Routes

This course allows participants to enhance their knowledge and skills in the subject area which may assist in gaining entry to formal qualifications.

Start Date

September, January, April

Qualification

Other

Study Method

Part time (evening)

Course Length

12 weeks

Department

Creative Industries and Media

SCQF Level

6

Cost

£100.00

Career Area

Performing Arts

Career Sectors