The Cape Audio College advisory committee is made up of a group of well known industry professionals from around Cape Town as well as Cape Audio lecturers and heads. The intention of the advisory committee is to bridge the gap between the institution (Cape Audio College) and the professional industry. As an institution that is dedicated to providing real world training that is up to date with current trends, it is vital for us to communicate with the professional industry. The main objective of this committee is to Read more »Share
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Open day is here once again! If you havent had a chance to come on down and have a look for yourself then this is your opportunity. The tours will begin at 10am with a talk from our very own head of institution Mr. Rae de Jager who will be answering questions relating to the college, audio training in general and employment opportunities within South Africa. Everyone is welcome so pull in and be blown away with the Cape Audio College experience. Read more »Share
And we have a winner! Over the past 3 months, CapeAudioForum.com (Our own technical forum) has been running a competition giving away an amazing microphone bundle from MXL microphones. This amazing prize was handed over to the student that showed the most active interest in the forum and was judged by quality of posts as well as involvement with other conversations. The most active member during this period was none other than Read more »Share
There are still a few places left for our one year Higher Certificate in Sound Technology course. The one year Higher certificate is an extremely popular course here at the Cape Audio College and has produced many fine engineers working both locally and internationally.
The Higher Certificate in Sound Technology is a 1-year certificate course that gives a great introduction to the craft of Sound Engineering through theory lectures and practical hands on training. The exit level outcomes of this course is designed to Read more »Share
In case you missed it, the Cape Audio College Live and Direct party took off last weekend at none other than Cape Towns new Zula Bar. Although a huge venue to fill, the crowds packed themselves in to enjoy our annual college party. On offer were 5 Bands, 7 DJ’s, promo girls, Disco Marv and the now legendary Kill or be Killed MC battle. The bands were great! The night kicked off with Llevado, a four piece rock outfit from Read more »Share
New developments complete in the cosy little corner that used to be studio 1. Studio 1 was always a well equipped studio, sporting the famous Mackie 8 Buss recording console, NS-10 monitoring and a pretty serious looking rack box. For years students have enjoyed the the benefits of this top end project studio setup. A full featured 48 channel analogue mixer provides great diversity when considering mixing and recording options. And the accuracy of the legendary Yamaha NS-10 studio monitors makes it a favorite with mix engineers.
The added addition came in the form of a good sized dedicated tracking area, specifically designed and treated for drum and guitar recording. Able to operate independently from the main live room and fitted with enough Read more »Share
Its time for another Cape Audio College Open Day! 10th September 2011! To find out more about the exciting possibilities within the the sound industry come on down and pay us a visit at Unit 8b, The Waverley Business Park, Mowbray, Cape Town. We are opening our doors at 10am, and closing at 2pm. There will be guided tours of the facility, as well as an industry talk presented by Terrence Adendorff of Kfm/Primedia. Make sure you don’t miss out on this opportunity!
Last week Friday, the Cape Audio College course director, Gaston Roulstone, was asked to head through to Bellville Studios to help Theo Crous with some technical issues he was having in his studio, so Gaston organized two Cape Audio College students to join him, giving them the opportunity to chat with South Africa’s biggest selling rock producer. Both Noel Kriegler, a first year student, and Daniel Brieter, one of our second year students, were very happy to be chosen to join Gaston on his Visit. Read more »Share