The audio production industry offers keen competition, but Sanford-Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Audio Production degree program can help you can develop the skills and techniques that are important in this exciting field.
In our associate-level Audio Production degree program, you can learn industry-current techniques in recording, mixing and mastering. Our training program offers students the opportunity to gain a solid foundation in music concepts as well as learn about current trends in digital audio production. With a combination of general education courses and focused concentration courses, you can feel confident that you are gaining a well-rounded education.
Upon completion of Sanford Brown’s associate-level Audio Production program, you should be able to mix audio recordings in standard surround sound formats, record and edit digital music, master and digitally re-master audio recordings, and other essential skills.
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Below is a sampling of course topics included in Sanford Brown's Associate of Applied Science in Audio Production degree program.* Classes are led by instructors with relevant career experience.
*Course curriculum is subject to change.
These are some of the exciting careers in the field of digital audio production. With the right education and your own initiative, one of them could be in your future:
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