Sound and Music recording technology has undergone tremendous change, and the music business continues to evolve rapidly. RAC helps aspiring and creative individuals gain a competitive advantage by training them in our world class studios and cutting edge digital labs.
RAC's program revolves around practical hands-on instruction. Our students are composers, recording engineers, mixers, beat makers, recording artists, foley artists, sound effects designers and live sound engineers. If you're serious about your career, RAC's Sound and Music Recording program is the best choice you can possibly make to achieve your goals.
Recording Arts Canada's Sound and Music Recording program designers, teachers and guest lecturers continue to make us proud; recording, mixing and producing projects that have won Grammy, Juno, Golden Globe and Gemini awards. These pros have worked with artists such as Sting, David Bowie, Sheryl Crow, Shania Twain and Le Cirque du Soleil, to name a few.
RAC grads acquire the competitve advantage they need to succeed in the business. One recent example is Recording Arts Canada grad Luke Leveille, who has worked with artists Drake, Wiley, Ghostface Killah, P. Reign, The Weeknd, Gentlemen Husbands, Majid Jordan, and producers Noah “40” Shebib, Boy1da, Carlos Illangelo, Damon Sharpe, Pro Logic and Gavin Brown, to name a few.
Students at Recording Arts Canada develop the skills required to launch their career in this creative and competitive industry. Learn Sound and Music Recording by studying in one of the best-equipped audio colleges in the world. RAC students learn the skills and technologies audio production professionals use everyday. Over 50% of that training time is spent working hands-on with the equipment and working with our instructors.
RAC has cultivated an intimate and sensitive learning environment that encourages students to creatively explore and experiment. Our highly successful approach to learning has helped our students develop impressive sound and music recording skills. The objectives and contents of the Sound & Music Recording program revolve around developing solid skills in digital sound production, music recording, computer-assisted sound design, electro-acoustics, MIDI, music for film and television, post-audio, and surround sound mixing and recording. Our Sound & Music Recording program reflects all of the major components of the rapidly evolving audio production universe. The methods and technology used in heavy metal works just as well for hip-hop, be-bop, house, or country. RAC students work and learn in a wonderful world of creativity, technology and opportunity. Come and visit RAC to see for yourself.