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For over 30 years creative students from around the world have studied at RAC and turned dreams into careers. Visit RAC's Audio School, Game Design School or Digital Media School.

RAC Montreal Student at work on a personal music project, exploring creative options in one of dozens of studios and workstations at our campus.

RAC Toronto Computer Lab situated in a 5.1 surround theatre for the ultimate learning and creative experience.

Students mix sound and music for film in three 5.1 surround theatres at RAC Toronto. 

RAC Montreal students record and mix live music in Studio A.

Our Foley studio at RAC Toronto is recognized as one of the best in Canada by leading film and television foley artists and producers.

Live recording session at RAC Montreal.

RAC is the only school in Canada with a Class A Neve recording console for the old school, classic sound. Hundreds of classic albums have been cut on a vintage Neve. 

Mixing for electronic games, albums, film& tv @ RAC's 5.1 Theatres.

Career Training Programs

RAC Digital Arts College offers career training in Sound & Music RecordingGame Design and Digital Media. Recording Arts Canada (RAC) prepares our graduates for jobs that lead to promising careers in these creative industries. Click here to apply to RAC.




Winter Session Starts in January

If you're serious about your music and your future, applying to Recording Arts Canada's Winter session is the best decision you'll make to achieve your goals. Click here to apply to RAC.

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RAC Grads = Success

Recording Arts Canada grads are working around the world in Sound and Music Recording companies, Film and TV Post, Game Design, Music Labels, and so many other creative fields. Click here to see a list RAC grads and where they work.

Astronaut Colonel Chris Hadfield w/ RAC grad Luke Leveille

RAC Sound and Recording graduate, recording engineer Luke Leveille and Canada’s “singing astronaut” Colonel Chris Hadfield addressed a conference of 500 school counselors this month in Toronto. On November 10, 2014 the Ontario School Counselors Association (OSCA) hosted its annual conference at the International Plaza in Toronto. This OSCA conference was titled Creating Pathways to Success.

RAC Montreal 7th Concert Series Review

Four very talented indie music acts performed at RAC Montreal's 7th Concert Series. Recording Arts Canada would like to congratulate Erik Lind & The Orchard, Clay and Friends, Backyard Dreaming and By The Glory for solid performances, and is pleased to announce that Clay and Friends took home the top prize for the best performance of the night, as deemed by a panel of industry professionals in attendance. 

Careers in Sound Engineering