Use the digital audio workstation Pro Tools to master the art of audio engineering and sound design. Living Arts College has been preparing high-end talent for the music and audio industries for over 30 years. Find out how we discover, develop, and graduate today's professional creative talent at the School of Audio Production & Design at Living Arts College.
The Audio Production & Design program at Living Arts College provides you with hands-on experience using the same equipment that world class professionals use in the audio industry. Details count, and a deeper understanding of this equipment will greatly increase your professional worth.
The Audio Production & Design program at Living Arts College also includes valuable insight into the business aspects of the audio industry, including marketing and promotion. Promote your own success!
Why not work at a high-end console? Born to Rock Studios at Living Arts College features Solid State DUALITY, a dual analog and digital mixing system found in some of the top audio production studios around the world.
As you pursue your education and career in Audio Production & Design, it is important to keep in mind that business and entrepreneur skills are essential for success. Plan to engage in the business side of audio creativity!
Let us help you move your potential into the studio!
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Turn your passion for music into a skillset that focuses on higher rewards
The Audio Production & Design program at Living Arts College is a unique program that takes creative skills to a new level for the aspiring Audio Producer. Professionals working in today's audio industry face an array of obstacles, and competition is keen and aggressive. The Living Arts graduate, however, has the advantage because he or she is prepared with breakthrough skills and a strong portfolio of technical and creative competencies.
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Build upon key fundamentals while working in a studio environment.
Go beyond music theory. Work in small teams to practice the fundamentals of music production using Pro Tools audio engineering software. Additionally, you will learn promotion and advertising strategies designed to market your audio products and services.
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The curriculum for improving your professional potential and standing out from the crowd.
To succeed in the audio indsutry, you will need a platform that combines design excellence with measurable business and studio management goals, and this is what the Audio Production & Design program at Living Arts College can give you. Program content includes:
Foundation Study|Audio Production & Design Studio Development|General Education|Website Marketing|Portfolio Development
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Living Arts College is proud to use McDSP plugins on all its Pro Tools DAWs. Music production, post production, game audio, and sound design curriculum are enhanced by the highly effective and sonically excellent processors by McDSP. McDSP is an innovative Silicon Valley audio software company founded in 1998 by Colin McDowell. Beginning with the release of the pioneering equalizer plug-in FilterBank, McDSP has continued producing industry acclaimed and award-winning software titles. McDSP audio signal processing technology can be found in pro audio plug-ins for popular digital audio workstations including Pro Tools and Logic, the Avid VENUE and S3L live sound systems, Reason, as well as licensed algorithms in the gaming industry. McDSP audio algorithms are used by companies such as Activision, Bioware, and Microsoft, and in consumer products like the LouderLogic and Retro Recorder iPhone.
“I have always felt that I was so lucky to be a student here. My experience with Living Arts College has been great. The staff here are always keeping it interesting. The thing I admire the most about Living Arts College is the support I receive from everyone at the school. I wouldn't have been able to achieve what I have achieved without that caring environment.”
"Living Arts College is the definition of 'America's Creativity College.' Students that come here are passionate about their work, which in turn creates a brighter future in not only the communicative arts industry, but the communities surrounding."
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MY CREATIVITY: TELLS A STORY
Our students are telling their story live on the radio. Audio Engineering Graduate Kaya Black is now working at KIX 102.9 in Raleigh, NC. Kaya is an on air personality on weekends from 10am-2pm on Saturday and 12pm - 6pm Sunday. After gaining the skills and knowledge in Audio Engineering from Living Arts, Kaya has...
Center Sound Records makes it in the studio with the release of Bridges by Lynn Anderson. The unique music scores were created with the help from our professor Craig Brandwynne. Center Sound Records was founded to provide a wide array of services including recording, production (audio & video)...
From Audio Student to On-Air Broadcast Talent, former Living Arts student Frank Carbone has been very busy since graduating. With his business savvy and extensive industry training, Frank was able to start his own successful events and production business and eventually gained much experience with shift radio...
UrMOM band has recorded their original tracks and video for the cover to the music band Tool. The recording and video was produced at the Living Arts College campus B2R—Born to Rock Studios... You can follow the band at @UrMomtheband Listen2urmom#Fortysixand2
THE SOUNDTRACK FOR "THE WOLF"
Debra Hooper, vice president and campus director invited Lauren Kennedy to come into B2R recording studios at Living Arts College to have her show recorded. Professor Craig Brandwynne and a few students recorded the full pit orchestra for the soundtrack to this show to be used at the performances...
See the trailer for a new movie that our Audio Engineering students worked on called "Union Bound"!
Our Audio instructor Craig Brandwynne was the supervising sound editor. Nicholas Bagwell was the dialogue editor / sound mixer. Jeremy Allred, Maxwell Gratzer...