Harbourside Institute Of Technology, Vancouver:
Located in the beautiful harbourside district of North Vancouver, BC, the Harbourside Institute of Technology (HIT) is one of Canada’s premier Audio Engineering and Music Production schools. We offer technically advanced audio training with Certificate & Diploma programs in Audio Engineering and Music Production, Pro Tools, Ableton Live and Advanced Recording Artist development.
Audio Engineering / Music Production / Recording Artist Programs:
Our courses cover the most widely used professional audio software programs, recording platforms, and production equipment: Pro Tools, RADAR, Logic, Reason, Ableton Live, and more. HIT differs from other audio schools because here you are always in the studio environment.
Class sizes remain small so everyone gets a complete 'hands-on' education. We provide every student with their own classroom digital audio workstation, loaded with the latest software and hardware, which functions as their own mini production studio.
Audio Engineering and Music Production Program - 9-months:
A nine month Audio Engineering and Music Production diploma program, providing 720 hours of integrated theory and real world studio practicals. Classes are 4 hours per day, 5 days per week. This program is for those who are serious about obtaining a career in the audio industry.
Course Modules include:
1. Recording Techniques
2. Acoustics and Studio Design
3. Album Production
4. Digital Audio Workstation Systems
5. Pro Tools 101
6. Pro Tools 110
7. Pro Tools 130 - Game Audio
8. Modern Mixing Techniques
9. Electronic Music
10. Music Theory and Song Writing
11. The Business of Music
12. Audio for Film, Video and New Media
13. Live Sound
Electronic Music Production Diploma Program: Ableton 9 (6 months)
A 6 month full spectrum Electronic Music Production diploma program, specializing in creating, recording, producing, live performance, and career development.
Pro Tools Training in 101, 110, 130 (Game Audio), 201 and 210M:
Pro Tools is the most widely used Digital Audio Production system in the world. The hardware and software was developed by Digidesign, a division of Avid Technology, and is used for recording and editing in music production, film scoring, and film/television post production. Avid manufactures systems that fit any budget, from $200 to $2,000,000. Because of the standardized software, these systems are all compatible with each other, which allows the user a great deal of flexibility.
HIT is in partnership with Avid's Educational Division, and offers official Pro Tools certification. Pro Tools 101, 110 and 130 certification courses are included in the Audio Engineering and Music Production Program and are also offered separately. Pro Tools 201 and 210 certification courses are included in the Advanced Recording Artist program and also offered separately.
You can record in a professional studio with a fully loaded Pro Tools system - save your session to a hard drive and work with it in your bedroom on your $200 system - move back and forth between any number of Pro Tools facilities. This puts world class production at the fingertips of anyone with Pro Tools know how.
Advanced Recording Artist Program - 3-months:
Sign a record deal with HIT Records and Maximum Music / EMI. Under the guidance of faculty advisors Mike Rogerson (Green Day, Goo Goo Dolls, Sheryl Crow), Sam Ryan (SOS Music) and Brian Watson (Maximum Music Group), this 3 month Diploma program is designed to take you through the entire production process, from concept to final product where students will be involved in all aspects of recording and releasing music, including A&R, Artist Development, Sales, Marketing, Promotion and Publicity.
The ARA program and Hit Records was developed to provide students with the opportunity of collaborating with award winning Engineers, Producers and Artist Management, while gaining hands-on experience working inside an artist run record label. Students will have access to some of Vancouver's top studio musicians to assist in the recording stages of their production.
Introduction to Basic Recording Techniques:
This course provides 24 hours of integrated classroom theory and ‘hands on’ studio practicals. It is geared towards recording studio hobbyists, musicians, and novices of all ages. Attendance is four hours a day, one day a week.
Ableton 101 Weekend Workshop:
This hands on workshop is designed to unlock the basics of electronic music production in Ableton Live .During the weekend intensive, each student will be provided an Ableton workstation to follow the instructor and work on assigned projects and exercises.
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