RAC's facilities have been used by internationally acclaimed artists including Shania Twain, Michael Bolton, Sarah MacLachlan and Le Cirque du Soleil. Our studios feature the best digital and analogue technologies available. Our "Dolby® certified Surround Mixing" Theatres and Foley Studio have hosted acclaimed film clients such as The Matrix Reloaded (Warner Bros IMAX 2003), Skulls III (Universal Pictures 2002), and Space Station (IMAX Corp 2002).
Beyond the financial aid options available, we offer three scholarships that we feel promote a strong student body. Take a look at each below, and get in touch with one of our academic advisors for more information on these opportunities at each campus.
Students at RAC have the privilege of joining an elite network of staff, grads, and fellow students, all of whom are highly driven and motivated by a concise career plan. Having a career plan that leads you to achieving your future aspirations while addressing your current strengths and weaknesses is a key success factor for any aspiring professional across all industries.
At RAC, we encourage students to create a plan for the future that takes into account your end goals, as well as your current skill set and level of experience. We offer a reward in the form of scholarship money to those who best demonstrate how serious they are about their career and their education at Recording Arts Canada.
You'll have to meet with one of our academic advisors and present your career plan in a one-on-one interview. The interview lasts 15-45 minutes long, and consists of a Q&A session intended to assess how thoroughly you've planned for your future in sound & music.
Considering these points when building your career plan will help you prepare for a successful interview.
The following points do not count towards your evaluation.
You have a unique opportunity to apply both your aptitude as an RAC student, and your influence as a local artist, to a "pay-it-forward" model with the intention of spreading music throughout your community. Community leadership can be manifested through a vast range of actions, from offering lessons to underprivileged community members, to providing technical workshops and mentorship to at-risk youth, to pursuing social entrepreneurship that aims to build stronger musical community roots on a macro level.
The first step is to meet with one of our academic advisors and discuss your intentions with respect to community leadership. What types of actions do you think can serve the community best? What evidence do you have to support your position? (Strong community leadership addresses issues that the community itself identifies as an issue, not necessarily what you assume is an issue). How does your skill set, both as an artist and as a person, compliment the actions that've been identified? Your community leadership can come in the form of an individual venture charged by personal experience or through RAC's Community Leadership Program.
An individual venture is an action plan that you've devised to address a local social issue that's important to you. With the help of an advisor, your venture, if approved, will be co-ordinated and implemented during your time as an RAC student.
Our leadership program offers various opportunities for you to give back in ways that best apply your strengths to those who could use it the most. Inquire within for more information.
RAC's staff, grads, and studios are responsible for over half a billion tunes sold over the years. The pedigree of everyone in the RAC community is world class, and we seek out future students whom we believe can contribute to this standard.
A meeting with one of our advisors is required, whereby you'll be engaged in discussion with respect to sound & music theory, techniques, opinions, and philosophy. In addition, you must submit your portfolio and/or a suitable demonstration of your talent.