Good Sound Engineering Courses? (1 Viewer)

tim

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Anybody have any recommendations?

Looking to learn more about studio and live sound engineering.
Interested in somewhere that uses both analogue and digital recording equipment and has flexible time with course lengths.

Thanks.
 

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Music Centre or Pulse are probably ok.
In that they'll place you in studios as part of the course, which is probably the most important part in some ways.
Damn, they're pricey though.
 

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When I did the sound engineering course in Senior College Ballyfermot years ago they had the highest academic qualification available in sound in the country at the time. But consider going abroad. There's also some great courses in Belfast from what I've heard, and of course London and elsewhere too.
 

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