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AudioProduction

I want my ideas to be heard.

You don’t just listen to music. You live it. And your goal is to work in a studio, using your talent and the latest tools to create the music and sound that inform, entertain, stir, and inspire others. Our Audio Production degree programs will show you how to record, edit, mix, and master digital audio using industry-standard professional recording studio technology, including sophisticated Solid State Logic recording consoles. You’ll explore everything from producing live and studio music to designing sound for film, radio, TV, web, live performances, and other venues. With professional audio recording studios as your classrooms, we’ll work with you to develop your unique talents. You’ll be surrounded and inspired by other talented, creatively driven students. And you’ll be pushed, challenged, and, above all else, supported by experienced faculty*. Sound good?

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.

The Art Institutes program/s listed below are no longer accepting new students. Currently enrolled students can find out more about this program in the Course Catalog.

Degrees Offered

Associate of Science in Audio Production

Quarter Credit Hours:
90
Timeframe:
6 Quarters

Gainful Employment

Outcomes

Associate of Science in Audio Production

Outcomes

See ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/259 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

Bachelor of Science in Audio & Media Technology

Quarter Credit Hours:
92
Timeframe:
6 Quarters

Gainful Employment

Outcomes

Bachelor of Science in Audio & Media Technology

Outcomes

See ge.artinstitutes.edu/programoffering/258 for program duration, tuition, fees, and other costs, median debt, salary data, alumni success, and other important info.

Classroom Experience

I hear what you're saying. And I'm up for the challenge.

There’s nothing passive about professional audio. It’s constantly changing to keep up with consumers and their media. And there’s a need for creative minds with the skill and energy to produce audio content for everything from television, radio and film to advertising, video games, and the web. Working in a professional recording studio using industry standard equipment, you’ll start with basic technology, theory, and industry practices, then move on to such disciplines as audio recording, live sound reproduction, and audio for video. See our gainful employment pages for possible careers that match the program that interests you.

What Will I Study?

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Music has power. I want some of that.

The Audio Production curriculum is real-world, hands-on, and focused on helping you develop the skills to produce live and studio music and to design sound for a full range of media, from concerts to film to the web. You'll study:

  • Audio Technology
  • Remote and Field Recording
  • Music Fundamentals
  • Science of Sound
  • Audio Recording
  • Broadcast Audio
  • Music and Studio Business
  • MIDI Production
  • Professional Communication
  • Digital Audio Workstations
  • Audio Post-Production
  • Audio Electronics
  • Audio Engineering
  • Studio Recording
  • Audio Mixing
  • Audio for Interactive Media
  • Sound Design
  • Streaming Media and Webcast

I'm looking for my proving ground.

At The Art Institutes system of schools, creativity is our core, our calling, our culture. Our Audio Production degree programs are built on that creative foundation. It’s also built on our knowledge that a creative career is not for the faint of heart. Because it’s tough out there, it’s tough in here. But we’ll support you along every step of your journey. That’s why we provide the mentoring and real-world experience you need to prevail, with faculty* who’ve worked in the field and internship possibilities at successful businesses. You’ll be encouraged and expected to be bold. To take risks. To push yourself and the people around you. It won’t be easy. In fact, it’ll be the hardest thing you’ll ever love.

*Credentials and experience levels vary by faculty and instructors.