Students are introduced to the variety of programs and occupations in the arts, audio/video technology, and communications systems. Within this context, students will be expected to develop an understanding of the various and multifaceted career opportunities in this cluster and the knowledge, skills, and educational requirements for those opportunities.
Develop your skills and creative confidence while earning certifications in industry-standard software packages.
Learners in this pathway currently have the option to dive into the world of Audio Production. Audio Production students will be learning the fundamentals of editing and producing audio content using the Ableton software.
*Audio Production & Management is a half-day pathway and does not require any previous experience. Click here to request Audio Production in your Spring '24 class schedule.
Interested in audio engineering, podcast production, or sound mixing? Come join a community of audio enthusiasts and take a deep dive into the inner workings of the audio industry.
Learners in the Audio Production & Management Pathway will develop technical skills with an emphasis on production. Learners will be able to explore potential audio production careers such as audio for radio and television broadcasting, audio for video and film, audio for animation and game design, music production and live sound, and additional entrepreneurial opportunities and skill sets.
Creators would be prepared to earn their Ableton certification.
This class focuses on basic audio production techniques to be used in television production. Includes the use of basic audio equipment and mixer to produce audio tracks for radio and television production.
This course considers the language of MIDI, computer skills necessary to learn music software applications, and the process of design and set-up of a music technology workstation. This course covers the uses of computers in the music profession.
Digital Audio Technology I is designed to provide students interested in audio production careers such as audio for radio and television broadcasting, audio for video and film, audio for animation and game design, music production and live sound, and additional opportunities and skill sets. Digital Audio Technology I does not replace Audio/Video Production courses but is recommended as a single credit, co-curricular course with an audio production technical emphasis. This course can also be paired with Digital Media. Students will be expected to develop an understanding of the audio industry with a technical emphasis on production and critical-listening skills.