The Introduction to Sound Engineering

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The Introduction to Sound Engineering Short course is designed to give students an insight into how the technical aspect of the Live Music Industry works. This short course focuses specifically on the technical know-­‐how of setting up, managing and engineering sound for live events.

 

Aims

By the end of the Kabarak University Short Course in Sound Engineering, students will:

 

Understand the principles of sound, acoustics, electronic instruments and the levels they create. Learn about equipment that can be used in a live performance i.e. (Mics, Mixers, Amplifiers, Speakers, Gates, Compressors, Equalizers), Mixing desks, front of house and monitor mixing. Additionally, students will be introduced to various types of speaker systems – including setting up and their application.

You would benefit from this course if:

  • You want to embrace a career in sound engineering or you simply want to study further in this area;

 

  • You are an artist who performs live and you need to have great sound;

 

  • You are passionate about live music and are looking for a job in this field;

 

  • You own a live music venue and you want to offer your clients the best;

 

  • You work or volunteer at a Church

If you fall in any of the categories above, then the 2 week short course at Kabarak University is a practical program that will equip and empower your knowledge on how Live Sound works. The Course combines all the key components plus additional topics that will get you to being a real sound engineer.

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