Audio Engineering students will record, edit, mix, process, and master real-world style projects using state-of-the-art computers, MIDI controllers, microphones, audio interfaces, software, and other equipment. Students will be able to explore their passion for music and audio on a daily basis. They will learn to record live instruments and vocals, create music by combining loops, recorded audio, and MIDI instruments, and learn how to use a digital live sound mixing console. Students will also learn how to open their studio and music industry best practices. They will also visit local studios.

Skills and Traits Necessary for Success:

  • Have a desire to be creative
  • Have the ability to work independently
  • Have the ability to work collaboratively
  • Take direction
  • Be willing to try new ways of working
  • Read and comprehend

Careers in Audio Engineering:

  • Work in television
  • Work in film
  • Work in video games
  • Tour with a band/musician
  • Own a studio

College Credit Opportunities:

  • 3 credits available through Tri-C

Industry Credentials:

  • Pro-Tools User Certification

Two Year Program Courses:

  • Musical Engineering
  • Audio Broadcast
  • Arts and Communication Capstone
  • Musical Concept
  • Music Ensemble and Composition

Instructor:

Mr. M. Andrew Bennekamper
m_bennekamper@chuh.org
216-371-7171, ext. 52166