The audio engineering course, is aimed at the students who want to learn how to record, edit, mix and master their tracks professionally.

About the Course

Students will first learn about the different types of microphones, how a typical studio is put together and how everything is connected, as well as getting familiar with the studio hardware used in the CSS recording studios.

Through the combination of theory and practice, students will learn and experiment on the various microphone recording techniques.

Then the learning will progress by teaching the use of equalization, dynamics and effects, before embarking into exploring mixing and mastering techniques.

Finally, students will combine the knowledge that was gained from the course to record, edit, mix and master their final project, to successfully complete the course.

The audio engineering course, is aimed at the students who want to learn how to record, mix and master their tracks professionally


The lessons will take place in the classroom, mixing / recording studios and the main recording studio as required. Students will have to their disposal the latest software, as well as a wide variety of hardware, including: wide choice of microphones, a variety of studio hardware, electric guitar / bass guitar amplifiers and instruments.


Due to the fact that the classes are small in size, students will benefit from having more time to experiment with the equipment and also receive better individual support by the teacher.

Is this course for me?

This course is designed to help students towards a career as a studio sound engineer, audio technician or mixing engineer. Also, most of the skills that will be acquired during the course, are applicable to live engineering too.

Enrollment periods


Course length

10 months
Two hour lesson once per week

Student requirements

Completion of the Music Production course

(Desirable but not necessary)

Basic Piano skills
2nd musical instrument


  • Principles of Music Technology
  • Use of Hardware Equipment
  • Principles of Audio Production
  • Audio Engineering Principles
  • Acoustics
  • Setting up Cue Mix and Communication in the Studio
  • Preparing a Studio Recording Session
  • Setting up the Recording Environment
  • Signal flow in a Typical Recording Studio
  • Multitrack Audio Recording Techniques
  • Advanced Audio Recording Techniques
  • Advanced Microphone Techniques
  • Use of Dynamics
  • Use of Equalization
  • Use of Effects
  • Mixing Techniques
  • Mastering Techniques
  • Use of External Audio Hardware
  • Final Audio Engineering Project