Audio Engineering Course


Learn Audio Engineering to Master everything Audio! Learn to Record, Produce, Mix & Master audio to perfection in a studio environment. Ready for a career in Audio with Synthesis, Sound Design and Audio for Video. 

What is audio engineering?

Audio Engineering is the profession of working with the technical aspects of audio on specialised equipment to shape the sound of a recording or live performance, manipulating adding, editing and transforming the sound to its desired outcome via mixing, reproduction, reinforcement, audio effects and processing sound.

An audio engineer can be a studio engineer or a live sound engineer. The base knowledge of both would be similar, but their functions are based on where & how they work.
The Live engineer is responsible for engineering the audio of live events, for bands, Dj’s, musicians,  theatre performances, weddings, conferences, etc; so there are no do overs and everything has to be just right to ensure the desired audio output is consistent.

The studio engineer is responsible for recording and editing of audio in a studio for any purpose. If need be, Studio engineers have the added luxury of multiple takes and do-overs till the desired audio outcome is just right.
Almost all music heard today has been through the hands and ears of an audio engineer at some point. Audio engineers can further specialise as Music producers where they oversee the entire process of recording and electronic music production or specialise in one part of the process as Recording, Mixing and/or Mastering.

Audio Engineering

  • Film / Television
  • Radio
  • Television
  • Musical recordings
  • Computer games
  • Live music concerts
  • Theatre
  • Corporate events

Learn more about the Modules included in this program

“Ready for a career in Audio, this Program will help you write your own music, engineer a band or a live performance artist in the studio or in a live setting. Master everything Audio!”

Audio Engineering modules included in this program

CAD GXL2400 Microphone
Recording and Analogue Mixing

The science behind capturing sound using microphones and their recording techniques.

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Acoustics & Studio Construction

Acoustics play an important role in how you perceive and listen to music. Obtain a deeper understanding of different kinds of acoustic spaces and their effect on sound.

Pro Production training in all three DAWS: Ableton Live | Logic Pro X | Cubase

Music Production, DJ, and Audio Engineering at I Love Music Academy Module
DAW Ableton Live

Ableton Live is a software music sequencer and digital audio workstation for macOS and Windows. In contrast to many other software sequencers, Live is designed to be an instrument for live performances as well as music production with tools for composing, recording, arranging, mixing and mastering, as shown by Ableton’s companion hardware product, Ableton Push. 

Music Production, DJ, and Audio Engineering at I Love Music Academy Module
DAW Apple Logic Pro X

Logic Pro is Apple’s professional music production software. The software offers audio recording functionality alongside world-class virtual instruments, effects, and thousands of high-quality audio samples and loops. It features a one-time license purchase with feature-rich updates that are free life-long for Apple users. A favourite among composers and home studio professionals – Logic Pro remains one of the leading software suites in the music industry.

Steinberg Cubase DAW for Music Production
DAW Steinberg Cubase

Cubase is a popular cross-platform (macOS and Windows) DAW that is primarily MIDI and plugin instrument based. A pioneer in Audio Technology having introduced VST’s as well as a bridge between Audio devices and software in the early 90’s, Steinberg Cubase is arguably the most powerful music production DAW when it comes to MIDI, and it is no surprise that it is the DAW of choice for legendary film composers such as Hans Zimmer and Junkie XL. Similar in the workflow and UI of Logic Pro, it has a very large user base among PC users.

Modular Synthesizer
Synthesis & Sound Design​

Explore & Manipulate various parameters of Sound using both Hardware and Software Synthesizers to create your own unique sound.

audio post production
Audio Post Production​​

Enhance the visual experience of film/television through the medium of sound.

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Who should attempt the Audio Engineering Course

Advantages of an Audio Engineering Course​


Music surrounds us everywhere – on the TV and radio, at restaurants and bars, and even in the elevator you use to get to work every day. You may not realise it, but this is all part of the world of Sound and Audio Engineers, in which a musician’s creations are ‘produced’ and thereby transformed into the polished tracks on your iPods and radio.

Of all our senses, vision is considered the dominant sense. Yet somehow hearing or audio is the most stimulating. Audio enhances our visual experience and helps us better understand the environment around us.

Audio engineering is the future of digital music. With the help of virtual and hardware instruments, engineers use computers to produce their own compositions. Our comprehensive Diploma Program will show you how to put down your ideas and those of other musicians, record in our recording studio and produce in the production suite to achieve a professional sound. At I Love Music Academy, we’ll start Audio engineering by covering the theory and different styles of music. Next, we’ll explore the recording studio space, with an emphasis on audio mixing techniques, sound transmission, audio dynamics, then mixing and mastering techniques, both in the analogue and digital realms. Students of Audio engineering are taught the ins and outs of the DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations). All these concepts will be followed up with hands-on projects in which students will need to log in studio time. Our Recording Studio is equipped with state-of-the-art hardware and software for Audio Engineering.

Be it for tracking an Artist in a Band Recording or enhancements and designing sound for other media like Film, Television or Game audio, we cover it all, including the 3 vitals of Audio for Visual Media – human voice (Recording), music (Scoring) and sound effects(Fx). These form a core part of this course in the Audio Post Production module for Audio Engineering.

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 Fundamentals of sound

  • Waveforms, Phase,
  • Metering systems,
  • Frequency spectrum
  • Wavelength & Amplitude
  • Sound propagation
  • Decibels & Frequency spectrum
  • Mono, Stereo, & Surround

Music & Beats  Foundation 

  • Making Beats
  • Beat, Bars and tempo
  • Tempo and Genre
  • Rhythm Theory

    Music Theory

  • Notes and scales & Pitch
  • Make patterns with pitch
  • Keys and scales
Recording & Analog Mixing
  • Studio Routing
  • Analog Mixer
  • Dynamic processing
  • Time-based processing
  • Microphones
  • Digital Audio
  • Recording & Mixing

Acoustics & Studio Construction

  • Sound Absorption
  • Dampening
  • Impulse Response
  • Practical Sound isolation
  • Standing Waves/Modes,
  • The Listening Position & Placement/Fitting
  • Room Acoustics for the listening Environment
  • Floating floors, Walls & Ceilings
  • Live Room & Control room Design

DAW : Ableton Live

  • Arrangement view
  • Session view (Different modes
  • Warping
  • Midi , Audio recording & Intro to Ableton Push
  • Simpler
  • Drum rack + Impulse
  • Dynamic processing
  • Parametric EQ & Semi-parametric EQ , Autofilter
  • Delays – Ping Pong, Filter Delay & Grain Delay
  • Reverb & Echo
  • Chorus, Phaser & Flanger
  • Other Ableton Utilities
  • Macros & Racks
  • Mixing & Mastering

DAW: Apple Logic Pro

  • Logic Interface
  • Midi & Instruments
  • Logic Audio Plugins
  • Soft Synths in Logic
  • Recording & Editing in Logic
  • Mixing & Mastering

  DAW: Cubase

  • Intro to Cubase
  • Creating your first session
  • Making your first audio recording
  • Importing media into the session
  • MIDI in Cubase
  • Mixing 
Synthesis of Sound
  • Basics of Synthesis
  • Subtractive synthesis
  • Additive Synthesis
  • Wavetable Synthesis
  • Granular Synthesis (Sampler)
  • FM synthesis
  • Generators and Processors, Properties of Sound, Pitch, Timbre & Loudness.
  • Sample-based Synthesis
  • Hardware Synths (Korg & Moog)
  • Third Party Software Synths and Emulations
  • VCV Rack intro
Audio for Video
  • Intro to Post Production
  • Role of sound in film and Use of Sound to enhance the story and transform a film.
  • Technical Terminology
  • Sound for Films
  • Voice
  • Foley
  • Background score & FX
  • Sound Design
  • Special Effects
  • Editing Audio clips
  • Syncing with Video

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Yamaha HS8 | SoundCraft Signature MTK22 Analog Mixer | Ableton Push 2 | Roland GW7 workstation | Arturia Keylab 61 | NI Komplete S49 |  Moog Little Phatty | Beyerdynamic DT880 Pro | Shure SM57 | Beyerdynamic TGV35DS | Lewitt DTP Beat Kit Pro7 | Rode NT1-A | Mac Mini + Live Instruments | Lexicon DBX 166 XS Compressor / Limiter / Gate – Harman Audio | MX200 Lexicon Pro – Legendary Reverb and Effects

Audio Engineering - Student Success

We encourage our students to seek out challenging assignments and make fame their goal for success. The journey to fame is through the quality of work and music that they release. Here we showcase some of our talented students, who have put their technical and music sensibilities out there and gained recognition though their assignments & music. We wish them all the fame and success and are proud to have been a part of their journey.

AE student rtunjya gujral

Rtunjya Gujral

Promo Producer at Nick India, X - MTV India

Arpir Gawri Audio Engineering student

Arpit Gawri a.k.a 32 stitches

Music producer @ Universal Music & Sony
Cofounder @ Music High Court

RDK singh Audio Engineering student

RDK Singh

Geet Raag Studio Music Producer

Jay Pei Audio Engineer

Jay Pei

Faculty - Global Music Institute X- Lost Stories Academy

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