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Masters in Audio Engineering in USA

Study Audio Engineering Masters Programmes

Audio engineering, which is sometimes referred to as sound engineering, is the discipline that deals with the technical aspects of sound production. As an audio engineer, you could work in a range of different areas. These include music production, video games, live performances and radio, among others. As well as working in pre-release production, you may also have opportunities to work with live performances, doing live sound mixing, sound reinforcement and sound checking.

During a masters in Audio Engineering, you will build upon the your knowledge and understanding gained at undergraduate level, taking your abilities to the next level. Some examples of modules you might study are:

  • Game Audio
  • Live Sound Reinforcement
  • Sound Design and Synthesis
  • Mixing for Screen and Broadcast
  • Advanced Digital Audio Applications

Study in the USA

With over 1.1 million international students choosing the USA as their higher education destination each year, the country is one of the most popular study abroad destinations in the world. There are consistently many USA based universities and colleges ranked within the top 100 in the QS World University rankings, and it is not uncommon for the top 10 rankings to be dominated by American universities as well. As one of the biggest countries in the world, you will have many choices when it comes to deciding where you want to study abroad.

Masters in Audio Engineering in USA in 2024

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