MUSIC MIXING & MASTERING DIPLOMA
For those seeking to further their education in professional sound engineering, our 30 week Music Mixing & Mastering program offers extensive specialized insight into the art and science of music mixing and mastering. With an extensive curriculum developed by the top industry professionals, this post-graduate program encompasses both digital and analog technologies and techniques and takes career focused students through the latest concepts and advanced techniques used to mix and master today’s hit music. To be considered for acceptance into this program, applicant’s must have a diploma in audio production and/or audio engineering.
This is a Post Graduate Program.
To apply to this program you must first successfully complete a recognized Diploma Program in Audio Engineering.
- Graduates earn a Diploma in Music Mixing & Mastering.
- A post-graduate program designed for students that have successfully completed a recognized diploma program in Audio Engineering.
- Intensive practical experience in the concepts and artistic styles used to mix and master contemporary music.
- Applied applications of classic analog and current digital techniques.
- Studios and labs are equipped with the industry standard technologies, including SSL, AVID, Neve, Studer, Apogee, UAD, Manley, Focusright, iZotope, Slate, Waves, MCDSP and WaveLab Pro.
- Studios and labs are equipped with Neumann, Yamaha, KRK, M&K, JBL, Mission and Westlake Monitors.
- Our exclusive educational partnership with Metalworks Studios provides students with an unprecedented learning environment and networking opportunities.
- All of our full-time diploma programs are approved vocational programs under the Private Career Colleges Act 2005.
AREAS OF STUDY
- Analog and Digital Music Mixing Techniques and Technologies
- Applied Mastering Techniques and Technologies
- Advanced Digital and Analog Signal Processing Techniques
- Analytical and Critical Listening for Audio Professionals
- Entrepreneurial Business Strategies for Audio Professionals
- Control Room Design Principles
- Applicants must have an Ontario Secondary School Diploma or equivalent and a recognized Diploma or Degree in Audio Engineering.
- Acceptance to the program is limited and may require an academic assessment and acceptance interview.
- It is also expected that applicants show keen interest in engineering technologies, possess advanced creative aptitude and computer literacy.
- A guide to the application process can be found here.
- 30 Weeks – Full-Time Program
- 690 Hours of Instruction
- Typical class hours range between 22-24 hours per week
- 10-12 additional study hours per week are recommended