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
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Here’s a chance to prove your mad ad making skills!
This competition is open to all past and current Cape Audio College students, who all stand a chance to win themselves a brand new pair of Sure SRH440’s.
You have from now until 15h00 Fri 20th May 2011 to piece together a pilot for a Cape Audio College radio advert to be play-listed on Mutha FM, using the slogan, ‘Mix with the right people’.
This project is to be handed in to Yan Sanchez in a stereo audio file format with YOUR name in the file name any time before the deadline. You’re also welcome to come up with as many concepts as you like.
This competition is all about the CONCEPT of the ad in the first place, and the winner will get the opportunity of working together with the Cape Audio College staff to create the final version of the advert, gaining valuable in studio experience and a sweet set of headphones!!!
Start getting on that ASAP!! WIN THOSE PHONES
If you have any questions just jump on to the Cape Audio College forum and ask away.Share
This last Saturday, the 19th of March, Cape Audio College was graced with the soft, rhythmic melodies of Isochronous and their “icy” re-take on the track ‘The Silence’. Organized by one of our students for his band recording, we let the students come in on the weekend, seeing it was one of South Africas best up and comming bands, who also happen to be bassed in Pretoria. We were all quite surprised when a producer the band had been chatting to pitched up out of no where to help re-produce the single, even more surprising was that it was Jaime Sandoval, the Berkley Music School graduate from Chile! We end this article with some feedback from Isochronous through a little post studio interview. Read more »Share