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Digital Studio Management (Short Course)

  • by WABMA
  • Course level: Intermediate
  • Total Enrolled 0
  • Last Update February 7, 2020

About Course

A studio manager oversees the daily operations of a station’s production and live studios. He/she ensures that input and output sound are properly sourced and edited

Description

S/he ensures that all sound equipment are maintained; that presenters and producers are assisted in the use of sound for their programmes; that commercials are produced and edited to the highest possible standard; that the current studio technology needed is available; and, that business operations of the studio are scheduled seamlessly.

What will you learn?

Participants will learn:

– Basic Studio Fundamentals

– Types of studios

– Tools of trade

– Studio equipment and their practical uses

  • Hands-on training with Audio Mixer/console
  • Acoustic facilities

– Computer audio production

– The Broadcast Chain

– Current studio technologies & software

  • Hands-on training

– Producing Commercials

– Producing music demos

– Producing informercials

– The Business side of studio management

– Project (student-produced projects)

Duration:

(1): Short Courses –  (1, 2 or 3 Days)

(2): Long Courses

a. Basic – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)

b. Intermediate – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)

c. Advanced – 4 Weeks (including 1 week of internship)

Short ICT Courses – (1, 2 or 3 Days):

– Producing Commercials

– Producing music demos

– Producing infomercials

– The Business side of studio management

  • Commercializing a studio for income generation

– Opportunities & Current Trends in studio management

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18 Courses

3 students

15,000.00