With the 48 Hour Film Project done and dusted we headed to Woodstock Eatery for the award ceremony on the 3rd of September to see how our film had done. We landed up doing really well and took home an impressive six awards for 2016. Representing Cape Audio College was our very own Deputy Head Gaston Roulstone, Yan Sanchez who handles Student Training & Development and Stefan “Sparky” Smuts who graduated in the Diploma class of 2015. (more…)
It’s this time of the year again where students get to work with seasoned professionals and other students alike to complete a short film in 48 hours. The project brings together a host of disciplines and ensures for 48 hours of sleepless nights, wild days shooting and very little time to edit everything before the Sunday 19:30 deadline. (more…)
Following the success of our 2015 radio spots that our first year Diploma students created, we decided to bring in industry professional Greg Smith to work with the students for their 2016 Radio Production 1 projects. In just six months, our 1st year students have already created radio spots that are of world class standards. Creative mentor and copywriter extraordinaire Greg Smith is amazed, but not at all surprised with the success of RP1 2016. (more…)
We decided to break from tradition of our annual graduation ceremony, and held a graduation ceremony in July for our recently graduated students. While our Diploma students only graduate at the end of the year, our Higher Certificate, Modern Music Production and DJ Academy students finished their courses in July already. To show our appreciation for our graduating students we decided to host a proper ceremony and a small party with snacks and drinks afterwards. (more…)
This week we had legendary producer Gabi Le Roux at Cape Audio College to do a lecture on music composition and production. Gabi Le Roux is the owner and the creative heart of Kaleido-Media and has worked with artists such as Mandoza, Lebo Mathosa, Danny K and Brenda Fassie. With a passion for production and years of professional experience in the industry, Gabi was the perfect person to come in as a guest lecturer for our second year Diploma in Sound Technology and Production students. (more…)
2016 has been an exciting year for Cape Audio College’s live sound society.
The year started of with the successful “Groot’ picnic at Groot Constantia. Where two of our second year students, under the supervision of Yan Sanchez (Student and Development Training), getting valuable hands on experience in setting up and mixing locals community acts. (more…)