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
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Always good to hear what our Cape Audio College graduates are doing. The Cape Audio College has been producing quality sound engineers for the past 16 years. Our graduates are working in all aspects of sound production in all corners of the globe. This time we catch up with Kyle Sanders who has been “making waves” with his band Wolftown. We thought we would catch up with him to see how things are going.
Andrew Rawbone-Viljoen, an ex-graduate from our Cape Audio College Diploma in Sound Engineering, finished his time with us seven years ago, in 2004. We catch up with him now, doing well, and busy recording some great SA bands; currently working with Watershed and Macstanley(formally known as Flat Stanly). After a lot of hard work and continuous practice, Andrew now co-owns Digital Forest Studio with his brother, Jeremy, who takes care of the marketing aspect at the studio. Cape Audio College recently headed out to Klein Constantia, to ‘Huis in Bos’ farm, where Digital Forest Studio lies nestled amongst vineyards and mountains. Read more »Share
The last two nights, 4th and 5th of October, the Cape Town sound engineering community had the opportunity to attend the Mic to Monitor Tour 2010, a very informative seminar brought to us by SEGMA. It was really great to see so many of our past and current students attending such a workshop. This gave them the opportunity to meet each other, as well as other working professionals in the local sound industry, from film to music to radio. Students were even able to use the breaks to chat and rub shoulders with high profile international engineers Graham Boswell, Peter Nash and Hugh Robjohns, who were the speakers at the event. Read more »Share