Sound Engineering

Sound Engineering Services

Apart from offering profound services to our clients in sound engineering, we also offer sound engineering course for learners. With the help of sound infrastructure and trained professionals, we teach ‘Sound Engineering’ to learners not just in theory but through practical training. Once you have done the sound engineering course with us, you become a professional handling audio project, sound mixing and editing, sound designing and the science behind the acoustic etc. amongst others.

What do Sound Engineers do?

A career as sound engineer is not just exciting but highly rewarding as well because these are the professionals who run live shows like concerts and plays. They also record and produce in the studio, and work sound systems for radio, TV, and film crews. Thus, there are a wide range of jobs or responsibilities bestowed upon a sound engineer.

However, to become a professional sound engineer, a person must go through well designed training and then find a sound engineer to watch, help out, and take any chance to work with sound equipment. Nonetheless, we at C-Sharp Studio help you not just with training but also let you train with already working sound engineers so that you have practical exposure.

C-Sharp Studio Advantage

Being a leading name in the audio-video engineering, C-Sharp has the required infrastructure and professionals to train people who wish to learn about sound equipment. We teach the learners types of speakers and see when to use different types, know in details about all kinds of sound equipment, learn about cords plug, mics, soundboards and amps, etc.

Although some sound equipment is the same as it was years ago, C-Sharp Studio trains the learners about the latest technologies being used in sound engineering to help them stay current. With us you learn:

  • Fundamentals of Audio Engineering & Applications
  • Audio Cables & Interconnections and Movie Background Scoring and Automations
  • Acoustics & Studio Design and Mixing and Mastering and Analog and Digital Consoles
  • Sound Design & Synthesis and Recording or Microphones Techniques
  • Studio techniques and Principles of sound
  • Basic Electronics and Decibels and Custom Library Development
  • Sound Design & Synthesis and Advance Sampling
  • The Art and Physics behind Musical Instrument Development
  • The Power of Musical Instrument Digital Surface Music theory & Ear Training