The course prepares you for professional sound engineering careers in the media & entertainment industry. This course is certified by the Media and Entertainment Skills Council (MESC) India, and upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a NSQF Level 4 Skill Certificate for the job role of Sound Engineer.
Students who complete the Pro Sound Engineering course meeting the minimum entry requirements to the University of Hertfordshire are eligible to apply for progression to the third year of the B.Sc (Hons) Audio Recording and Production / B.Sc (Hons) Music and Sound Design Technology course at the University.
HARMAN TECHNOLOGY PARTNER
Harman is the world’s largest Pro Audio group, Many reputed brands such as JBL, Soundcraft, AKG, Lexicon etc belong to the Harman group. Students learn on such industry standard equipment.
AVID LEARNING PARTNER
Avid Pro Tools is the industry standard Digital Audio Workstation, It is used as the primary tool to engineer and produce music and film audio content. Students get trained on ProTools, Avid 100 level certification is part of the Pro Sound course.
ACCESS TO AUDITORIUM
Access our Auditorium to learn Live Sound Technology, our Auditorium is equipped with high quality equipment from brands such as Avid, RME, Shure, AKG, JBL etc. Students get practice bookings in the Audi.
ACCESS TO STUDIO
TSM features a high end studio complex comprising of multiple recording rooms and lab facilities. The Recording studio is equipped around a SSL AWS Console along with Avid Pro Tools Ultimate, Students get access to the studio for training and project work.
Along with regular industry visits to famous studios, venues and workshops, students also get industry exposure via the compulsory Internship module at the end of the course. No stone is left unturned in our quest to provide the best training possible.
True School’s Study@Home allows you to enrol in the first year courses of True School’s acclaimed 3 year Pro music programmes, and study them from wherever you are. The courses taught within the Study@Home music programmes mirror the ones taught on-campus, and let you earn the same number of course credits that you can transfer easily to the on-campus music programmes if and when you decide to continue into the second year.