Sound & Music Production Program

Overview     Curriculum     Student Experience     Tuition

Launch your career in less than a year

If you're ready to make a lifelong commitment to sound and music production, this program is for you.

Intensive 1-year training program

We designed this program to equip you with the real-world knowledge, experience, and opportunities you need to start your career.

Curriculum

Love what you learn. Our curriculum focuses entirely on sound and music production, so you can become great at what matters most.

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Student experience

Classes are just the beginning. Your development into a sound and music professional comes from our focus on improving your skills, projects, and career.

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Tuition

Tuition covers everything from textbooks to graduation dinner, and financial aid may available if you qualify.

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Next session: January 2020

Ready to launch your professional career in under a year?

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How do we compare to a university program?

Our program consists of 920 hours of specialized training—800 hours of curriculum and 120 hours of additional workshops—and it all happens in less than a year.

A four-year university program, by contrast, typically consists of 675 hours of major courses and another 675 hours of irrelevant elective courses. That's 245 hours less relevant training than our program, and it takes four times longer to finish it.

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Applicants have our full support.

Apply now and we'll personally reach out to offer:

 


1-on-1 feedback session with an RAC mentor


Functional skills & career plan assessment


Financial aid simulation with our registrar's office


Support throughout the admissions process

Recording Arts Canada is a sound and music production college with campuses in downtown Montreal and Toronto. We're registered by Ontario's Ministry of Colleges and Universities and by Quebec's Ministry of Education and Higher Education. Canadian students qualify to apply for financial aid, and international students qualify to apply for post-study work permits.