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Jun 29, 2016
Picture this; a 19 year old who just wanted to play guitar and record music as a hobby…..Have you heard a story like this before? Do you think you know how it ends?Riley MacIntyre is the embodiment of this story.  Riley graduated from CAT in 2009.  The story of his beginnings in Penticton, BC to his thriving career are both, amazing and inspiring.Riley became interested in recording...
Mar 10, 2015
Centre for Arts and Technology is excited to have K-Town Pizzeria present our Music @ Lunch Series!  Starting this Wednesday March 11th K-Town Pizzeria will be our sponsor for our Music @ Lunch Series.  Not only will we be hosting an Alumni Special -  A Acoustic Duo "Alyssa & Nathan" as our performers but because of this new partnership with K-Town Pizzeria... there wiil be...
Jul 24, 2014
Recently one of our Audio Engineering Graduates from Halifax, Tynan Dunfield was featured in a newspaper article in the "HERE MAGAZINE VOL.15 Issue 29/July 17-23, 2014". Congrats to Tynan, we are beyond proud of you! To check out some of Vogue Dot's music, visit their Soundcloud account. To read the article, view the PDF version from HERE Magazine. 
Jun 5, 2014
Last year, our Audio Engineering Department in Fredericton purchased a PreSonus StudioLive 16.4.2 digital mixer and recording interface for their ‘Live Sound Reinforcement’ class.  StudioLive mixers have become the industry standard for live sound engineers since it allows them to record and mix performances at the same time.  The StudioLive 16.4.2 has a plethora of programmable high-...
May 15, 2014
As part of year-long webinar series surrounding each of our programs and the larger national and international industry they are a part of, we are proud to announce another exciting webinar! Tune in on May 21st at 3:00PST to hear Audio Engineering Department Head Graham Cairns and Lead Instructor Meredith Schuurman discuss the Canadian Audio Engineering Industry. They will discuss the overall...
Apr 10, 2014
April 8th, 2014 - Centre for Arts and Technology Audio Engineering grad, Alan Jeffries, took home an ECMA for best roots/traditional solo recording of the year at the 2014 East Coast Music Awards.  The winning album is titled ‘Coffee ’til Midnight’ and was released in 2013.  ‘Coffee ’til Midnight’ was recorded live over the span of 3 days in rural Nova Scotia, accompanied by his...
Mar 25, 2014
Having second thoughts about your chosen career path?  Find yourself losing steam midway through post-secondary studies, worried that maybe your supposed dream field actually isn’t for you?  It’s never too late to switch gears and follow your true calling. Just ask Centre for Arts and Technology instructor Brad Perry. “When I first started university I was taking computer science, and...
Mar 3, 2014
Rahsaan, Justin and Ben have been classmates in the Audio program since day one at CAT, and have built their education and career goals upon their shared experiences at the college. Each of them started the program with different levels of music knowledge, but with the same common passion for all things musical. ‘I grew up in a family where music was an everyday thing’ said Rahsaan ‘But I knew...
Feb 17, 2014
Not many audio engineering students can say their department head sits among the top tastemakers in North America, but that’s just another advantage of studying at the Centre for Arts and Technology in Fredericton.
Feb 7, 2014
“I have a dream of doing sound for film”, said Brett Ardiel while attending the Centre for Arts and Technology. Brett is one of our earlier graduates of the Audio Engineering & Production program in Fredericton. Over the years, he has become a very experienced audio engineer within the Canadian documentary film industry, specifically for numerous CBC projects.

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