M9 – Sound Mixing
"Think Simple, Think Logic"
Learning Outcomes and
- Understand principles of sound and types of audio and recording mediums
- Identify types of sound accessories
- Identify performance characteristics of recording equipment
- Apply suitable sound recording set-up in accordance to workplace safety and health regulations
- Principles of sound, hearing and acoustics
- Types of audio signals
- Types of recording medium
- Types of accessories for microphones and sound recording equipment
- Performance characteristics of various types of microphones and sound recording equipment
- Techniques to operate microphones and sound recording equipment
- Relevant workplace safety and health regulations
- Safety precautions when handling equipment
Module is best for:
Sound Engineers, Film Crew, Project Manager, Event Producer
- Sound Mixing is an Art and here we will learn the techniques on how to achieve that
- Learn about cabling to connect the Audio Equipment to the Audio Devices and to ensure that the cables are tidy
- Learn what is the differences between Audio Mixer and Audio Interface and what are their usages
- Find out what combination of Audio devices will be best suited for your current production or event.
Up to 70% funding
Nett Fee :
Absentee Allowance :
40Hrs X $4.50 (Capped) = $180
(Above 40, Mid-Career)
Nett Fee :
(Below 40, Regular)
Nett Fee :
*Courses are subsidized by Skillsfuture Singapore.
*Enjoy 50-70% funding of course fees.
*Company sponsored are entitled for Absentee Payroll.
*Individual of 40 years old and above will enjoy the same funding and Skillsfuture credit could be used too.
*Freelancers who owe a Declared SME company are advised to sign up under Company sponsored category.
*Beginners may consider signing the entire package of the above 9 modules.
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