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Live Sound Engineering for Music and Performance

Non-Accredited • Non-Accredited

Live Sound Engineering for Music and Performance

Non-Accredited • Non-Accredited

Type of LearningTraining

Course CodeA6502

Study ModePart time / evenings

DurationThis course lasts 6 weeks, 1 evening - 3 hours p/w

Awarded ByThis course is awarded by Burnley College

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About the course

This course will give you the skills and understanding to set up and deliver front of house and monitor mixes for live performances. This course is aimed at musicians, school teachers, drama producers, theatre technicians, house of worship engineers, event organisers, AV and IT technicians, venue owners and anyone interested in live performance. 

 

over the duration of the course you will cover areas including: Introduction to Live Sound, Analogue and Digital desks, Gain and Analogue desks, Gain structure – analogue and digital desks dbfs, Auxiliaries, Monitors & EQ, FX & Dynamics, Digital Mixing, Stage Setup, Mics, DIs & Channel Patching, Groups & Mixing Techniques, Sound Checking & Live Mixing, Multi track play back, Amps, Speakers, Crossover & PA Systems, Further Mixing Techniques – parallel processing, Wireless RF / Wireless Workbench, Array Calc d&b, De-Essing and Frequency Conscious Compressing , Side Chaining & Trigger Inputs, Graphic Equalizers and there use on both Front of House and Monitors.

 

Upon completion of this course you will be equipped with the necessary skills to manage all aspects of live sound for performance and there may be further opportunities for voluntary work at The Grand.

Type of LearningTraining

Course CodeA6502

Study ModePart time / evenings

DurationThis course lasts 6 weeks, 1 evening - 3 hours p/w

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Awarded ByThis course is awarded by Burnley College

Entry requirements

There are no formal entry requirements. However there will be a short, informal interview to ensure the course meets the desired outcomes and is appropriate for the applicant.

Modules

N/A

Assessment

There are no exams on this course. Assessment is via engagement in sessions and practical completion of tasks across areas including: Introduction to Live Sound Analogue and Digital desks Gain and Analogue desks Gain structure – analogue and digital desks dbfs Auxiliaries, Monitors & EQ FX & Dynamics Digital Mixing Stage Setup, Mics, DIs & Channel Patching Groups & Mixing Techniques Sound Checking & Live Mixing Multi track play back Amps, Speakers, Crossover & PA Systems Further Mixing Techniques – parallel processing Wireless RF / Wireless Workbench Array Calc d&b De-Essing and Frequency Conscious Compressing Side Chaining & Trigger Inputs Graphic Equalizers and there use on both Front of House and Monitors

Careers & Progression

Progression could include working in live sound for gigs, theatres and events and working on theatre sound design. On the course you will work with others sharing a similar interest, subsequently there will be networking opportunities within the group.

Additional Details

Equipment Supplied

The course will be delivered at The Grand in Clitheroe using their Digico SD12 and Dnb Q-Series PA system

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