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Music and Audio Production Degree Programs

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Online Music and Audio Production  Degrees and Courses

Looking for online accredited career colleges and universities offering Music and Audio Production degrees. Each program from a Online Career College, a post-secondary for-profit institution, offers an education with an in-demand career field. Musicians are usually performing artists, but some are content to remain behind the scenes as composers and producers.

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Online Music and Audio Production Degrees

Go behind the scenes with audio production and engineering degrees

Behind every great album, TV show or movie, there's a great set of audio producers, engineers and technicians. With audio production and engineering degrees, you can find the training you need to work in this highly technical -- and creative -- occupation.

What does audio production and engineering generally entail?

Whether they're setting up recording equipment, monitoring input or editing and perfecting a project, audio production technicians are involved in most steps of a production. You'll find a range of careers within the specialization, from entry level technicians to lead editors. At all levels, audio engineering professionals blend their technical knowledge with creative skills.

What can I learn with audio production and engineering courses?

Audio engineering degrees range from 1-year vocational career training courses to associate and bachelor's degree programs. Any training program will include a heavy dose of technical and hands-on coursework. Here are just a few of the tools and technology taught in a typical audio production and engineering course:

  • Music or sound editing software like Avid, Digidesign and Pro Tools
  • Microphones including condenser, pressure zone and ribbon
  • Equalizers with overviews of channels, peaks and shelving
  • Audio mixing consoles to achieve noise reduction and prevent reverb

What careers can audio production and engineering degrees prepare me for?

Your career goals in audio production should help determine the degree level you pursue. Sound engineering technicians earned mean annual wages of $54,030 in 2010, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. The career is projected to see moderate growth between 2008 and 2018, with 1,200 openings for new technicians during the 10-year period.

Author: Amelia Gray

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