Fredericton Audio Engineering school students from the Centre for Arts and Technology participated in the 3rd annual Shivering Songs festival recently, by volunteering their time to help with the setting up and tearing down of Signature Sound’s PA equipment. The festival ran from January 24-27th, with performances at the Wilmot United Church, Boyce Farmer’s Market, Beaverbrook Art Gallery, Cedar Tree Cafe, and Capital Complex. This year’s headliners included Sarah Harmer, The Sadies, and CBC’s Jian Ghomeshi.
Centre for Arts and Technology offers an advanced program that develops a broad range of skills for maximizing the potential of employment and career success in all areas, including studio, electronic music, live sound, music for TV and film, and game audio. The program also provides additional mentored time to ensure students gain experience in advanced music production, post production, engineering, mixing, mastering, composition, and applied acoustics. In other words, graduates are prepared for reality and prepared for success.
Scholarships are available for the Audio Engineering & Production program with a start date of April 2013, as well as for the Electronic Music Production and Studio Production programs.
For more details about scholarships regarding the April 2013 program start date, contact a Program Advisor via telephone at 1.877.369.1888 or email – firstname.lastname@example.org. Scholarship applications are due March 1st, 2013. Apply today!