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Difference between Music Production & Sound Engineering

We get a lot of inquiries from students who tell us that they want to learn Sound Engineering but what they mean is that they want to learn Music Production. This is a common misunderstanding and to make things clearer we thought we’d make this chart which will help y’all get…Continue Reading

Music Producers vs. Audio Engineers : Nomenclature of Names, Designations and Titles used in the field of music

The simplest explanation is that music producers compose or produce music while sound engineers record and mix music. The designation ‘Music Producer’ has come in vogue in the past twenty years or so. Sound Engineers have existed since the era of radio broadcasting that commenced in the 1920s. These lab…Continue Reading

Meet the Faculty – Aron Nyiro (Head of Drum Department)

                          What’s the hardest part about being a musician and what’s the best? I think the hardest part is probably handling uncertainty. As a working musician you necessarily have to be a freelancer. Therefore you’ll have busy times…Continue Reading

Meet the Students – Ruhika Rao

1. When and why did you start singing? I’ve been singing since I was in 2nd standard, I use to sing in a choir but my professional training stated in TSM only. 2. Which Instrument do you play I play keys and do know a bit of guitar but it’s just…Continue Reading

Meet the Faculty – Alfie Copovi (Head of Keyboard Department)

1. What is the hardest part about being a musician and what’s the best? I think the hardest part of being a musician is to realize that the music has been commercialized to the point of not encouraging creativity and originality. The instability of work as a performer is also…Continue Reading

Audio Production Glossary by Kishore Banan – Part 2

This is a glossary designed to educate any reader who is interested in learning about the various terms and jargons used in the world of Audio Engineering & Music Production. This glossary would be regularly updated with newer words. TS Cable – TS cable is a single core shielded cable…Continue Reading

Audio Production Glossary by Kishore Banan – Part 1

This is a glossary designed to educate any reader who is interested in learning about the various terms and jargon used in the world of Audio Engineering & Music Production. This glossary would be regularly updated with newer words. Control Room – Control Room is a room, which is a…Continue Reading

Meet the Faculty – Gianluca Liberatore (Bass Department Head)

  Gianluca Liberatore was born in 1990 in Palermo, Sicily. The Italian island is the major in the Mediterranean sea and it has always been hosting an astonishing mix of cultures. The search for diversity became for Gianluca an important feature in his musical experience. He started playing the guitar…Continue Reading

Meet the Students – Akhil Sindhwani

Akhil Sindhwani – Bassist Projects :- Absolution, Dwam Society, Swarantar, Solfege 1. If you could be one other artist for a day, who would you choose and why? Maybe an inventor of some sort. Could be science. Could be any other thing as well. 2. How and why did you…Continue Reading

Is western classical music and opera relevant to someone studying music today?

The answer to that question is a resounding and unequivocal yes! It’s like someone who’s studying painting and sculpture wondering whether the great Renaissance or Impressionist artists are worth knowing. In fact, for anyone interested in making a living from the fine arts, of which music is one, it should…Continue Reading