engineering

Black Friday Deals – 2018

That time of the year is here once again…the day where the majority of items across the globe are discounted as part of the Black Friday sale. We here at Sound Training College understand how precious money can be so we wanted to compile a list of the best & most relevant Black Friday deals we could find! Many places are offering huge discounts, so whether its a new plugin you’ve been after but was just that little bit out of budget, or if you wanted to pick up a particular synth that you never got around to, NOW IS

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Graduate Interview Series – Owen Lewis – Class Of 2006

Here at STC, we’re always keen to find out what our Graduates are up to. We recently got a chance to talk to one of our Graduates from 2006, Owen Lewis. Originally from Limerick, Owen now lives in Nashville, Tennessee “The Home Of Country Music”! Check out Owen’s journey in the recording industry, from placements in studios in Ireland, to moving to the United States, and the contacts and experience he had while studying here! We would like to thank Owen for taking the time out of his busy schedule to chat to us!!    

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STC Graduates – Class of 2017

Here at Sound Training College we do our utmost to keep up-to-date with what our graduates are up to. We feel it is very important to see how their careers are developing and this year is no different. Recently, we got to talk to a number of our Studio Engineering & Music Production and Live Sound, Lighting & Stage Production graduates to see what they thought of the course, what their experience was like and what they are doing with themselves now! Both our Studio Engineering & Music Production and Live Sound, Lighting & Stage Production courses prepare our students for work

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STC Student Showcase – Modem Button Factory Takeover

Many will tell you that the ability to read a crowd and keep people on the dance-floor will, more than likely be one of the top skills of any DJ or producer. With many of the DJ’s there are in the world at the moment, there has been massive scrutiny around some performers just pressing play and letting the software do the work, or playing to a supposed backing track. But with the invention and development of equipment such as Push from Ableton or Maschine from Native Instruments, it has only added to the creative and energetic side of a live performance.

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