Extended Diploma In Sound & Music Technology
Vocational Training Program | Level 04 | Equivalent University 1st Year
Are you ready to take your next big step? L.E.B Extended Diploma in Sound Engineering - Level 04 program takes a hands-on and direct approach to providing you with the skills needed to move in to a higher role in audio and music technology industry. All tutors are industry professionals who bring a vast amount of real-world experience to the program. The diploma has a major focus on key topics & practical projects.
On completion of the program you will be confident working in any studio anywhere in the world, even starting your own studio or move on to further studies.
L.E.B Sound & Music Technology Level 03 or City & Guilds Level 02 Diploma in Sound & Music Technology.
Fees / Funding
Total Course Fee : 220,000 LKR
Examination Fee : £ 350
Registration Payment : 55,000 LKR
Payment Plan : 27,500 LKR Per Month (X 6 Months)
Total Course Fee : 330,000 LKR
Examination Fee : £ 350
Registration Payment : 70,000 LKR
Payment Plan : 52,000 LKR Per Month (X 5 Months)
What careers can this lead to?
These qualifications could help you work as a:
A studio engineer works closely with producers in a studio. Sometimes studio engineers double as the producer and work independently.
An assistant engineer usually works in a studio setting as well. They are often apprentices to studio engineers who own or work in large facilities.
A recording engineer is someone who focuses specifically on the aspect of recording sound.
Game & Audio Design Engineer
A game & audio design engineer helps work with the sound engineering on video games, as well as how to appropriately add sound to the game.
A mix engineer focuses on mixing together different tracks to mesh and create a new track.
A mastering engineer smooths over the results of a mix engineer, making the final product into a whole.
A monitor engineer works with live sound engineers to help the performers at a live event hear themselves.
A systems engineer manages the entire experience of sound at live performances. Systems engineers manage both live sound engineers and monitor engineers, and also work to set up the entire live sound system at many live events.
Audio Post Engineer
An audio post engineer works to mix and edit audio for television and movies.