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Your Career in Audio Starts at SAE

Discover why creators choose to study audio with Australia’s leading specialist in creative media education
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TAKING YOU OUT OF THE CLASSROOM AND INTO THE STUDIO

If a career in audio is music to your ears, you’re going to love the sound of our internationally accredited Audio courses. Whether it’s recording and mastering music production for bands, movies, and even video games, to managing live sound events, our Audio courses gives you the opportunity to truly touch the hearts of thousands of people.

To help you become an in-demand professional, we immerse you in:

  • hands-on industry experiences with specialist lecturers and mentors who bring in real-world learnings.
  • world class facilities with industry standard equipment so you can fast-track your learning.

GET INTO THE STUDIO

As a full time musician, SAE really pushed me to understand more about engineering and producing. I love how there is always something new and creative to be inspired by.

ASH GALE
MUSICIAN | FORMER MEMBER OF THE SUNDANCE KIDS

COURSES

THE COURSE

The Bachelor of Audio is designed to help you become fully-qualified across studio, post and live production. Amplify your talents with cutting-edge equipment like Neve, SSL and Audience consoles, and become proficient with Pro Tools, Logic Pro X and Ableton Live. With face-to-face guidance throughout the course as you work on delivering real-world projects in a state-of-the-art, studio-based environment, you’ll gain the experience you need to mix it with the best.

NEXT INTAKE:FEBRUARY 2018
DURATION:6 TRIMESTERS, 2 YEARS FULL TIME
AVAILABLE CAMPUSBRISBANE, BYRON BAY, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, PERTH
FEE HELPFEE HELP AVAILABLE

Stage 1

Learn the foundations of the audio industry like the essential technical skills and knowledge in your chosen discipline, and the skills you need to collaborate with other creative media.

  • Introduction to audio engineering
  • Microphones and signal processing
  • Principles of sound
  • Digital audio
  • DAW operation
  • Working with artists
  • Project management and professional etiquette
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Contemporary industry overview

Stage 2

Explore how your Audio work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice enabling you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists expanding your global stage potential.

Stage 2 has studio modules with projects based on your specialisation selection;

  • Studio Production

Complete your understanding of the sound aesthetic from a technological level to a production level use your skills to mix and master tracks from recording through to the final product.

  • Post Production

Focus on incorporating audio with the moving image while looking deeper into the aesthetics of literal and non-literal sound and the techniques of mixing for immersive sound formats and environments.

Stage 3

Now is the time to put all your new skills to the test by completing your compulsory internship. Gain real-world experience while also undertaking an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project that you will undertake.

YOU WILL LEARN

Learn the foundations of the design industry like the essential technical skills and knowledge in your chosen discipline, and the skills you need to collaborate with other audio professionals.

  • Start working with industry standard microphones, mixing consoles and digital audio work stations in the first trimester.
  • Develop high-level skills on industry-standard software, including Pro Tools and Logic.
  • Master your craft on small and large format consoles and record the music genres you are interested in.
  • Get practical experience in live sound, electronic music, audio post production, and audio for film and television.
  • Work with artists, designers, web, mobile and games developers, film makers, and animators.
  • Learn the principles of sound and audio technology – crucial knowledge for specialists in the audio industry.
  • Build your knowledge and skills on, and have access to, industry standard equipment and studio spaces.
  • Be part of a team that nurtures your talents, and encourages you to reach your learning potential.
  • Enjoy the benefits of being SAE trained – our audio students have achieved great success in the creative media industries. SAE graduates are known within the industry for their high-level skills and are in demand.

CAREER PATH

Graduate roles may include:

Studio engineer

Post production engineer – film and TV

Radio broadcast producer/engineer

Sound location recorder

Mastering engineer

Live sound engineer – F.O.H and monitors

Music producer

 

READY? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!


THE COURSE

Starting with the foundations, then ramping up to the highly specialised areas, the Associate Degree of Audio will see you amplifying your talents with cutting-edge equipment like Neve, SSL, and Audient consoles, while gaining proficiencies on software including Pro Tools, Logic Pro X, and Ableton Live. Our expert teachers will ensure you stay on track by providing face-to-face guidance throughout your entire course as you work to deliver real-world projects in a state-of-the-art, studio-based environment. Once complete, you’ll have just what you need to mix it with the best.

The Associate Degree is also designed as an excellent pathway to further study, enabling graduates to progress to Bachelor level qualification.

NEXT INTAKE:FEBRUARY 2018
DURATION:MIN 4 TRIMESTERS, 18 MONTHS FULL TIME
AVAILABLE CAMPUSBRISBANE, BYRON BAY, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, PERTH
FEE HELPFEE HELP AVAILABLE

Stage 1

Learn the foundations of the design industry which will give you the essential technical skills and knowledge you need to collaborate with other creative media.

  • Introduction to audio engineering
  • Microphones and signal processing
  • Principles of sound
  • Digital audio
  • DAW operation
  • Working with artists
  • Project management and professional etiquette
  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Contemporary industry overview

Stage 2

Explore how your Audio work contributes to and interacts with broader culture and media practice enabling you to work with a variety of other disciplines and artists expanding your global stage potential.

Stage 2 has studio modules with projects based on your specialisation selection;

  • Studio Production
    Complete your understanding of the sound aesthetic from a technological level to a production level use your skills to mix and master tracks from recording through to the final product.
  • Post Production
    Focus on incorporating audio with the moving image while looking deeper into the aesthetics of literal and non-literal sound and the techniques of mixing for immersive sound formats and environments.

Stage 3

If you choose to progress to the Bachelor of Audio, you will be eligible to undertake Stage III.

This will allow you to put all your new skills to the test by completing an internship in industry. Here you would also gain real-world experience while also undertaking an interdisciplinary project of your choice to be the final and most ambitious portfolio project.

YOU WILL LEARN

Learn the foundations of the design industry like the essential technical skills and knowledge in your chosen discipline, and the skills you need to collaborate with other creative media professionals.

  • Start working with industry standard microphones, mixing consoles and digital audio work stations in the first trimester.
  • Develop high-level skills on industry-standard software, including Pro Tools and Logic.
  • Master your craft on small and large format consoles and record the music genres you are interested in.
  • Get practical experience in live sound, electronic music, audio post production, and audio for film and television.
  • Work with artists, designers, web, mobile and games developers, film makers, and animators.
  • Learn the principles of sound and audio technology – crucial knowledge for specialists in the audio industry.
  • Build your knowledge and skills on, and have access to, industry standard equipment and studio spaces.
  • Be part of a team that nurtures your talents, and encourages you to reach your learning potential.
  • Enjoy the benefits of being SAE trained – our audio students have achieved great success in the creative media industries. SAE graduates are known within the industry for their high-level skills and are in demand.

CAREER PATH

Graduate roles may include:

Assistant live sound engineer

Assistant studio engineer

Independent music producer

Assistant broadcast engineer

Theatre sound technician

Audio / visual technician

Location sound recordist

Online audio content producer

Sound editor

READY? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!


THE COURSE

In a matter of months, you will learn the key fundamentals in studio, live sound and electronic music production. The Diploma of Audio Production has been built in a way that gives you plenty of face-to-face time with expert lecturers and hours on the latest tools and software, getting you ready to apply your skills in collaborative studio based learning that mimics real life scenarios.

NEXT INTAKE:FEBRUARY 2018
DURATION:Min 2 TRIMESTERS, 7 MONTHS FULL TIME
AVAILABLE CAMPUSBRISBANE, BYRON BAY, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, PERTH
FEE HELPFEE HELP AVAILABLE

The experience

From your first day at SAE, you will be creating on the latest software and equipment. Don’t let that overwhelm you – our expert lecturers are there to guide you every step of the way.

  • Study in a collaborative, studio-based environment
  • Learn on industry-standard equipment
  • Learn as part of a small class
  • Learn from lecturers with extensive audio experience and industry connections
  • Apply industry-standard project methodologies throughout your studies

The skills

Complete a number of real-world projects with not only Graphic Design students, but students from other disciplines. You will further explore typography, design for print and media and pre-press to create professional projects relevant to their industry and further develop strong project techniques. Students will discover additional facets of the design industry including photography and working with other professional tools to develop a full sense of the design industry in its entirety.

  • Employability skills specific to creative media
  • Introductory project management and different project management methodologies
  • Teamwork and collaboration in the context of creative media
  • Scholarly techniques for further study

YOU WILL LEARN

Throughout your hands-on course you will gain an introduction to:

  • Foundation music theory including an understanding of musical form and structure, the way the human auditory system functions and how sound behaves in enclosed spaces and free-fields.
  • Operation of Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and basic sound console.
  • Sound recording, mixing and application of signal processors such as EQ, Dynamics and time-based effects.
  • Technical principles and practical applications of microphones in both studio and live contexts.
  • Digital technology in audio production including an analogue audio equipment connectivity, conversion methods, data storage and compression and transmission.
  • Assembly of a small scale digital recording system.

CAREER PATH

Graduate roles may include:

Assistant Sound Engineer

Studio Engineer

Live Sound Operator / Assistant

Radio / Broadcast Personnel

Junior Sound Editor

Voiceover Recordist / Engineer

Staging Crew

Junior Studio Administrator

Junior Sound Designer

READY? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!


THE COURSE

Through hands-on training, we’ll help you amplify your talents, refine your skills and be industry ready in a matter of months. In the Diploma of Music Production you will be guided by master lecturers who will train you in music production and sound design techniques, while also giving you great insight into the music industry.

As part of your course you’ll work collaboratively with a local music group of your choosing, to produce a recording of either a rehearsal or live performance. You’ll have the skills to prepare a production brief and be able to apply your music production skills to meet the clients brief.

NEXT INTAKE:FEBRUARY 2018
DURATION:MIN 4 TRIMESTERS, 15 MONTHS FULL TIME
AVAILABLE CAMPUSBRISBANE, BYRON BAY, SYDNEY, MELBOURNE, PERTH
FEE HELPFEE HELP AVAILABLE

The experience

From your first day at SAE, you will be creating on the latest software and equipment. And don’t let that overwhelm you – our expert lecturers are there to guide you every step of the way.

  • Study in a collaborative, studio-based environment
  • Learn on industry-standard equipment
  • Learn as part of a small class
  • Learn from lecturers with extensive audio experience and industry connections
  • Apply industry-standard project methodologies throughout your studies

The skills

This course has a strong practical focus, underpinned by key theoretical components. The  content is informed by our strong links to industry and our 40-year history in designing and teaching creative media courses.

To complement your technical skills, you will graduate with skills across:

  • Employability skills specific to creative media
  • Introductory project management and different project management methodologies
  • Teamwork and collaboration in the context of creative media
  • Scholarly techniques for further study

YOU WILL LEARN

Throughout your hands-on course you will gain an introduction to:

  • Foundation music theory including an understanding of musical form and structure, the way the human auditory system functions and how sound behaves in enclosed spaces and free-fields
  • Operation of Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) and basic sound console
  • Sound recording, mixing and application of signal processors such as EQ, Dynamics and time-based effects
  • Technical principles and practical applications of microphones in both studio and live contexts
  • Digital technology in audio production including an analogue audio equipment connectivity, conversion methods, data storage and compression and transmission
  • Assembly of a small scale digital recording system

CAREER PATH

Graduate roles may include:

Assistant Sound Engineer

Studio Engineer

Live Sound Operator / Assistant

Radio / Broadcast Personnel

Junior Sound Editor

Voiceover Recordist / Engineer

Staging Crew

Junior Studio Administrator

Junior Sound Designer

 

READY? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!


THE COURSE

Whether you’ve worked within the creative industries for years, hold a creative media qualification and seeking to deepen your knowledge to pursue greater career prospects, or want to refine and explore a specific creative media project, SAE’s Master of Creative Industries is the next step to defining your creative niche.

Throughout this course, you’ll learn from industry thought-leaders, collaborate with your peers, extend your network through our global reach and solidify your own reputation within the creative media industry.

The Master of Creative Industries offer a progressive, learning experience like that of no other. With the benefit of no defined discipline specialisations, we’ll guide you to select modules that meet both your individual creative and professional aspirations and provide the appropriate foundation for your capstone project.

NEXT INTAKE:FEBRUARY 2018
DURATION:MIN 4 TRIMESTERS, 15 MONTHS FULL TIME
AVAILABLE CAMPUSONLINE
FEE HELPFEE HELP AVAILABLE

Why ‘Master it’ with SAE

Driving you to explore and further your ideas, practice-based learning framework will consist of interactive online modules, collaborative peer learning projects and occasional intensive on campus workshops; leading you to test your ideas in a series of Creative Media Projects, including a final capstone project.

As an SAE student you will have access to SAE’s industry-leading campuses, filled with the latest equipment and software.

All ideas need a place to grow and people to nurture them and our reputation as the leading global specialist in creative media education comes from 40 years of pioneering creative minds.

YOU WILL LEARN

The course has been designed to meet both your individual creative and professional aspirations with the choice of discipline and non-discipline specific electives and core modules to provide the appropriate foundation for your capstone project.

  • Core Modules:

Core modules are taken by all students regardless of their discipline specialisation. This allows you to not only extend or deepen your speciaised knowledge and / or skills but engage with students from other disciplines to broaden them. Practical based modules underpin the core graduate Masters program (Graduate Studio 1, Graduate Studio 2, Graduate Minor Project and Graduate Major Project). This is supported by parallel research and critical perspective modules (Critical Inquiry, Research in Creative Industry Practice and Creative Industry Perspectives).

  • Electives:

Choose to deepen your knowledge and skills within your existing discipline or complement this experience with cross-discipline electives. To compliment your discipline skills, there is a suite of common electives in innovation, entrepreneurship and marketing.

Of your ten electives, one is mandated (The Creative Practitioner) and another is from a selection of entrepreneurial and marketing electives. The other eight electives may be drawn from a wide selection of non-discipline specific and discipline electives.

CAREER PATH

As an SAE graduate, you will be prepared to take on strategic and leadership roles within the creative industries. You will be aware of new developments and be able to research and troubleshoot trends and opportunities.

You will also have the entrepreneurial and communication skills to take your personal vision to the next stage. The contemporary media environment is complex and exciting. It looks for leaders who are willing and able to explore, test ideas and respond to new possibilities. Your training will have made you a conscious innovator.

You may be eligible for an exit award of Graduate Certificate in Creative Industries or a Graduate Diploma in Creative Industries (non-degree) upon completion of the first trimester or the first two trimesters respectively.

READY? START YOUR CAREER TODAY!


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