School of Bollywood Music - Sound Engineering Courses in Mumbai
The music industry is booming in India, with everything from film, regional, classical to electronic dance music and Sound Engineering is one of them. It is the branch of engineering where engineers work on the technicality of sound.
A Sound engineering technician operates, assembles and maintains technical equipment that records, enhances, mixes or reproduces sounds. Sound engineers work in departments like advertising, music, movies, live performances and broadcasting.
Sound Engineering involves learning the skills in studio sound, live sound and sound for mediums like films, TV, videos, etc.
Our Sound Engineering course in Mumbai is a comprehensive, end-to-end course providing in-depth knowledge to make you a professional and expert sound engineer.
Our proficient faculties and state-of-the-art facilities at our music school enables hands-on experience in sound theory and sound creation.
In the music industry sound plays a very crucial role in sound engineering. Without sound, the cinematic experience is one that feels incomplete and handicapped. Dialogue, music, along with a whole lot of critical auditory components, make a motion picture successful.
The sound engineering training in Mumbai at School of Bollywood Music includes accurate study in core engineering lessons on in-studio mechanics, sound in film and television, and also about the sound acoustics.
Since the film industry itself resides in the heart of Mumbai, there is huge potential for the future of skilled sound engineers with Sound Engineering courses and classes in India.
School of Bollywood Music has collaborations with various sound studios and established sound artists in Mumbai which gives exposure to our students for live training and expert sessions.
Sound Engineering course at School of Bollywood Music is a complete package for students looking at a successful career as a versatile sound engineer.
Scope of Sound Engineering
As the television industry is growing speedily, opportunities for sound engineers to get jobs are also increasing.
A sound engineer can work as a broadcast engineer, sound editor and mixer, sound effect editor, music editor, Mixing engineer, Mastering engineer,re-recording mixer, studio engineer, dialogue editor, location sound engineer etc.Sound engineers can also work in the advertising, multimedia, and animation industry. Many sound engineers start their own recording studios as well!
School of Bollywood Music provides us the best training in sound engineering course.Find the curriculum of the Sound Engineering course here:
Sound Engineering syllabus
Role of Sound Engineer
A sound engineer designs and manages outputs and sound levels, takes care of handling physical sound equipment like microphones and amps and is responsible for the technical side of a live performance or a recording.
Among others, a sound engineer is responsible for the following activities:
- Sound Design
- Pitch Correction
- Editing and Mixing
If you’re looking to step into the Sound Engineering field, then School of Bollywood Music is here to help you in a variety of fields such as advertising firms, animation, radio stations, movies, multimedia, gaming, and more.
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.
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 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 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.
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 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.
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.