September 18, 2018

Audio Engineering (Introduction and Advanced Programs, Group Classes) Enrollment Now Open for September Classes – Early Fall reduction for 55 hour program: $1,395

NEW COURSE HOURS for our 55 hour “Introduction to Audio Engineering Program”.  Begins September 10th, Mondays and Wednesdays from from 10:00am – 2:00pm or 6:30pm – 10:30pm.  Spring special
reduced for a limited time to $1,395. CLICK HERE TO ENROLL or call to schedule – 703 532 9033 and confirm days or nights on Mondays and Wednesdays.
For our 100 hour group program – please call to schedule.

Outline:  Choose either “55 hours – Introduction to Audio Engineering” or “100 hours – Advanced Audio Engineering”. These programs are comprehensive using state of the art equipment and studios.  Students attend lecture classes in the studio and then learn “hands on” in small groups with the instructor in the control room.  The programs focus on recording studio audio engineering and studio techniques.  Program enrollment in the 100 hour program includes a new hardware interface and Pro Tools recording software that easily installs on many computers; the 7th edition David Miles Huber “Recording Studio Handbook”; a question and answer workbook, and a “Pro Tools Official Courseware Manual”.

These are SCHEV (State Council for Higher Education in Virginia) approved programs, authorized to award “Certificates of Completion” to the graduated student.

Program time allotment for “Introduction to Audio Engineering” – 55 hours
(scroll down for 100 hour program):

– (48) hours of comprehensive lecture and instruction with the engineer/instructor in both Cue’s control rooms and studios.  Included in this time is the recording and mixing of a “real recording artist”, where the student participates in the sessions to both learn and implement these professional phases of audio recording and mixing.

– (7) hours of Studio Lab time where the student practices and hones his or her new audio engineering skills in a real recording studio.  Assignments are given along with general experimentation of various audio processing, recording and mixing software where the student commands the helm of the “recording engineer’s seat”.  The building of confidence and fluency of their new knowledge of engineering in the control room is achieved most effectively through repetitive implementation of these skills.

Topics covered include:

  • Studio setup application and theory
  • Microphone selection and placement
  • Audio signal processors :  Mic preamps, equalizers, compressors, limiters, and multi-effects generators – with an emphasis on both analog rack mount units and software “plug-ins”
  • Analog and digital recording systems
  • Recording, editing and mixing
  • Pro Tools Software theory and application and general DAW logic
  • Analog and digital mixing consoles
  • Studio monitors and the critical listening environment
  • Acoustics and waveforms
  • Studio psychology and managing client expectations

Additionally we facilitate discussions pertaining to industry related “job and career” requirements, peripheral knowledge and skills that accentuate the applicants credentials, and a mock-up job interview with the school’s director or course administrator.

Upon successful completion of the 55 hour program, Cue Studios’ Center for Audio Engineering awards a “Certificate of Completion” to the graduated student.

After the course the student is encouraged to schedule an internship at Cue where he or she will observe and render tasks, participate in real recording sessions, and gain first hand knowledge of the inner workings of a successful recording studio business.

Schedule a free interview

If you’re serious about your audio education, call our course administrator at 703 532 9033 to schedule a meeting with an instructor.  You’ll meet in the studio/classroom and observe first-hand the environment and equipment used in your program.

Fee:  $1,395

If you would like to enroll in this program, click here for our online shopping cart.

Program time allotment for “Advanced Audio Engineering” – (100 hours):

– (75) hours of comprehensive lecture instruction with the engineer/instructor in both Cue’s control rooms and studios. Included in this time is the recording and mixing of a “real recording artist”, where the student participates in the sessions to both learn and implement these critical phases of audio production.

– (25) hours of Studio Lab time where the student practices and hones his or her new audio engineering skills in a real recording studio.  Assignments are given along with general experimentation of various audio processing, recording and mixing software use where the student commands the helm of the “recording engineer’s seat”.  The building of confidence and fluency of their new knowledge of engineering in the control room is achieved most effectively through repetitive implementation of these skills.

– Included with the 100 hour program is a hardware interface and Avid Pro Tools recording software.  Both easily installed on most computers.

Topics covered include:

  • Studio setup application and theory
  • Microphone selection and placement
  • Audio signal processors : Mic preamps, equalizers, compressors, limiters, and multi-effects generators – with an emphasis on both analog rack mount units and software “plug-ins”
  • Analog and digital recording systems
  • Recording, editing and mixing
  • Pro Tools Software theory and application and general DAW logic
  • Analog and digital mixing consoles
  • Studio monitors and the critical listening environment
  • Acoustics and waveforms
  • Studio psychology and managing client expectations

Additionally we facilitate discussions pertaining to industry related “job and career” requirements, peripheral knowledge and skills that accentuate the applicants credentials, and a mock-up job interview with the school’s director or course administrator.

Upon successful completion of the 100 hour program, Cue Studios’ Center for Audio Engineering awards a “Certificate of Completion” to the graduated student.

After the course the student is encouraged to schedule an internship at Cue where he or she will observe and render tasks, participate in real recording sessions, and gain first hand knowledge of the inner workings of a successful recording studio business.

Schedule a free interview

If you’re serious about your audio education, call our course administrator at 703 532 9033 to schedule a meeting with an instructor. You’ll meet in the studio/classroom and observe first-hand the environment and equipment used in your program.

Fee: $3,750

If you would like to enroll in this program, click here for our online shopping cart.

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