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Education in Recording Engineering

Discussion in 'Studio Lounge' started by MightyMilk, Nov 22, 2004.

  1. MightyMilk

    MightyMilk Guest

    Hello all, first time poster here. I am getting ready to transfer to a college, where I can get a graduates degree in Audio Engineering. I am interested in possibly working in both the music and film industry if its possible (doing audio in both I mean), as I am not sure which I would rather work in if I had to choose. At this point, I am having a tough time finding anyone in my area with a vast knowledge of good schools to take a look at. This is where you come in :D . Any list no matter how small, with a little detail about each would be greatly appreciated.
    Thank you
  2. johnwy

    johnwy Well-Known Member

    :? Graduates degree? Highest degree I have seen is a Bachelors in Science!! :cool:

    Here Is a link to the Mix Online Education Directory


    ......and if someone offers a graduates degree in Audio Engineering let me know! :wink:
  3. Thomas W. Bethel

    Thomas W. Bethel Well-Known Member

    See this information sheet at the AES

    http://www.aes.org/education/pritts.html and


  4. johnwy

    johnwy Well-Known Member

    thanks :cool:
  5. MightyMilk

    MightyMilk Guest

    Thank you both of you

    That's a great list, I'm printing it out now to start highlighting and making my calls. :D

    I appreciate the help
  6. halo206

    halo206 Guest

    Hey MightyMilk!

    I go to Umass Lowell for a BA in music with a focus in Sound Recording Technology. I'm a sophomore here and i like it a lot! It has a great analog program as well as Pro Tools, and Nuendo. We have amazing recording spaces as well. They also offer a Masters in Sound Recording Technology, I believe its a 2 year program if your interested in doing that.

    There are other great schools out there too - Ithaca College, Boston Art Institute, those are all in my area im sure there are a ton other places too.

    Good Luck!

    - Mike

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