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Combo Course

Sound Engineering and Music Production are one of the most versatile qualifications to hold in the music industry. Sound Engineering includes a variety of aspects from music production and music composition. Therefore, the School of Bollywood Music brings you a combo course in music production and sound engineering for students who look forward to an all-around development of music skills.

The music production and sound engineering course in Mumbai by the School of Bollywood Music focuses on all the major aspects of music production which include mixing & mastering, recording, arrangement, hard disc recording, Scoring, Foley Selection, Title & background score within the creative context of sound engineering.

With hands-on learning supported by one to one mentors, the Sound Engineering & Music Production course is a complete package to quickly start making music and evolve their skills.

Combo courses of Sound Engineering and Music Production in India are a rarity and the School of Bollywood Music has taken this opportunity to impart complete knowledge of the two most important fields in the music industry with experienced faculties and high-end tools for training. Check out the complete curriculum of the combo course.

Course Details
Duration18 Months
Total Sessions216
Fees185000/-

( Inclusive of Taxes )

Curriculum - Sound Engineering + Music Production


Music Theory

Music theory is the foundation of every song. This module includes guidance for fundamental music concepts such as pitch, notes, intervals, major keys, minor keys, chords, and chord progressions.

Composing

Music Composition will help you achieve a perfectly finished music tune from a bunch of loops. It includes various elements like rhythm, beats, harmony, applying vocals, finishing, etc. We help you enhance the skills like making the right phrasing of the tune, calculation of notes in any particular phrase, commercial value in a tune, etc

Arrangement

The Arrangement module includes laying the various music pieces along a timeline to build a final piece of track. The course also includes Ableton Live, which has an Arrangement View to arrange, edit, and finish songs.

DAW

In this module, you will learn the basic features, functions and workflow of DAWs through hands-on training and lectures on basics. DAW module also includes the process of creating templates, recording audio, MIDI, and much more.

Recording

Once the song is written, the recording is the next step. The Recording module is based on imparting knowledge about various recording techniques, understanding various tools, and most importantly, the right method of recording.

Mixing and Mastering

Mixing & Mastering involves comprehensive learning about various tools and techniques used for mixing music. You will learn about audio effects such as EQ, delay, reverb, compression, distortion, etc. You will get a clear understanding of the concepts involved in mastering the track for release.

Sound Design

The Sound Design module involves techniques about film scoring and soundtrack work like foley and special effects. Our faculties have a systematic approach for sound designing concepts.

Background Scoring

Background Scoring is related to providing background music in films, albums, etc. For students looking to make a career in the film industry, this module will be proven as a milestone to getting familiar with how background music works and the process of music scoring.

Songwriting and Lyrics

The songwriting and lyrics writing is closely knitted with music production. In this module, you will learn through analysis, examples, and sessions to compose songs in different genres. Highlights of this module include basic skills of lyrics writing, arranging your original compositions, and producing them.

Introduction to Sound

The Introduction module provides introduction to sound engineering concepts like sound theory, terminologies, and other basic knowledge about sound. The module differentiates the difference between sound and music which is a much larger misconception in the students.

Basics of Electronics

The basics of electronics include an in-depth understanding of various electronics of a sound studio and how the instruments contribute towards making the sound.

Studio Technology

This module explains the fundamentals of studio techniques such as Quantisation, Sampling, Bit-Depth, Analog-to-Digital Conversion, and Digital Signal Processing. Studio Technology also includes the working principle of various interfaces as well as Software DAW's.

Acoustics

Acoustics is the science of a sound wave’s generation, transmission, reception and its effects. The Acoustics module also covers the aspects of studio design such as room dimensions, soundproofing, isolation with various materials, etc.

Microphones and Speakers

For sound engineers, knowing the working principle of loudspeakers & its types, basics of amplifier circuits, crossovers and drivers are crucial. This module focuses on understanding specification charts to follow parameters such as amplifier power, sensitivity, distortion, rating, etc.

Recording

Recording module develops skills in sound recording and editing multi-track audio using a DAW. A deep study about the DAW tools, its setup, configuration, and settings. Perform recording on various pro tools and understand the technicalities.

Mixing

After recording the music, it needs to go through the creative process of mixing. The module includes setup, audio editing, vocal editing, pitch correction in the tracks, etc.

Mastering

Mastering is the process of taking an audio track and preparing it for distribution. In this module, students learn about 'polishing' the sound for the final outcome, providing consistency and making it ready for distribution to public channels.

Film Sound

The module discusses different film sound workflows used on set or in sound studio and discusses concepts of sync devices, continuity sheets, etc. It also includes concepts of sync sounds and location recording. Students will also learn about various sound recording instruments.

Career Path


Music Director
Music Producer
Composer
Arranger
Sound Designer
Music Programmer
Music Supervisor
Session Artist
Educator

Recording Engineer
Mixing Engineer
Mastering Engineer
Film Music Mix Engineer
Foley Artist
Sound Editor
Location Sound Engineer
Acoustic Engineer
Educator

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