Sound Engineering

Sound Engineering Courses in Delhi

If you are passionate about music making process then this Sound Engineering Course is the best option for you. Take out hidden talent from yourself and explore the concept of music production deeply by getting admission in our sound engineering course. Understand the concept of sound production right from the basic to the advanced level. We have the team of technicians that would prepare you the best for your music career. Explore the modern techniques and production technologies by taking admission in the Sound Engineering Courses in Delhi.

Whether you are a beginner or an intermediate learner, our sound engineering course is for both. Our qualified and experienced teachers make sure to focus and give special attention to each and every student in the batch. Our specialists use state of the art equipment to make you well versed with the industry standard levels of sound engineering.

If you are also one of them who have the keen interest in music, sound effects, and recording then must avail the Sound Engineering Courses in India. We at Spin Gurus aims to develop the knowledge of music and sound for those students who want to become professional in this field. We always make sure to enhance the sound engineering skills of the desired students by putting our best possible efforts. At our academy, you will be learning in a highly structured classroom and a very friendly environment. We will teach you each and every concept related to sound in detail. You will be able to learn related concepts, methods of recordings, sound design, mixing, and other tricks and tips in order to produce the awesome sound and music. These tricks and tips and getting the advanced knowledge of sound engineering become essential today in this competitive world of electronic music. Our designed sound engineering courses have helped many candidates to achieve success and will surely prove to be a helping hand for you as well in making your career in this field.

Job Description

The job of a sound engineer is to create the album’s sound. They record, mix and edit music in various ways such as setting levels, microphones and sound manipulation methods. They are quite knowledgeable in recording technology, including analog tapes and digital multi-track recording programs like ProTools or Ableton. These individuals work alongside recording artists, assistant engineers, producers, runners and session musicians.

Career Opportunities

There are all kinds of jobs available for a sound engineer that includes audio engineer, audio operator, mixing engineer recording engineer, dubbing room engineer, broadcast engineer, broadcast technician and mastering engineer. They may also work as a production assistant, acoustic consultant, control operator, live sound technician, sound editor or a Foley engineer (this is the person who creates the sound effects).

Course Content


  • Introduction to Sound Engineering
  • Different Roles (Producer, Engineer, Assistant Engineer)
  • Types Of Producers
  • Signal Flow
  • Setting Of System
  • Intro To DAW
  • Types Of Signals

Recording /Microphone Techniques

  • Creating A Session
  • Type Of Microphones
  • Mic Placements
  • Studio Acoustics
  • Preparing Studio For Sessions
  • Types Of Recording
  • How To Run Session

Audio Editing Techniques

  • Understanding Wave Form Dynamics
  • Audio Stretching And Elastic Properties
  • Automating Audio Files
  • Editing Audio Files In Sessions / Projects

Acoustics & Studio Design

  • Designing / Construction Of Studio
  • Signal Flow In Studio
  • Understanding Studio Electronics
  • Acoustics And How It Works

Music Production And Techniques

  • Basics Of Music Theory
  • Starting With A DAW
  • Analysing A Song
  • Programming Drums
  • Importing Samples
  • Audio Warping
  • Quantization
  • Sound Layering
  • Sampling
  • Remixing
  • MIDI And it’s Uses
  • Modulations / Automation
  • Basics Of Mixing And Mastering
  • Exporting Audio Files As Per Industry Standards

Advanced Mixing And Mastering Techniques

  • Equalisers
  • Compressors
  • Limiters
  • Dynamics
  • Adding Audio And Midi Effects
  • Adding Effects Chain
  • Reverbs And Delays
  • Side Chain Compression
  • Parallel Compression
  • Vocal Processing
  • Side Chain Processing
  • Phasing
  • Mixing For Multiple Platforms
  • 5.1 Mixing
  • Mixing For Concerts And Clubs
  • Re-Amping
  • Analog / Digital Summing
  • DIY Mixing Presets
  • Avoiding Sound Leaks
  • Audio Chain Processing
  • Comparison With Reference Tracks
  • Mastering For Different Platforms
  • Stem Mastering
  • Understanding Clip And Peak Parameters

Music Theory And Ear Training

  • Scales And Types Of Scales
  • Chords And Type Of Chords
  • Chord Progressions
  • Harmonies
  • Inversions
  • Music History
  • Film Scoring

Music Business

  • How to start as a musician or music business
  • Making strategies for sales, marketing, publicity and promotions
  • Copyrights and how it works
  • Publishing your own music
  • Difference between major and indie labels
  • DIY (Do it yourself) for starters
  • Online and offline marketing
  • Knowing your audience
  • D2F engagement (direct engaging with your fans)
  • Maintaining a fan base
  • Data analyzing
  • Knowing current industry and it’s standards
  • Building a press kit
  • How to be an artist / manager

Audio For Films, Videos And Media

  • 5.1 Mixing
  • Dialog Editing
  • Syncronizing And Timecode
  • Foley, Sound Effects & Dialog Recording
  • Sound Designing For Films And Videos
  • Background Scoring
  • Recording For Animations
  • Creating Your Own Sound Effect Library

Live Sound

  • Designing A Pa System
  • Room Tuning
  • Live Sound System (Digital And Analog Sound Boards)
  • Live Recording
  • Live Internet Streams

Pro Tools 101

  • Getting Started With Pro Tools
  • Starting With Audio Recording
  • Importing Media Into Session
  • Midi Recording
  • Navigation In Pro Tools
  • Editing Techniques

Pro Tools 110

  • How To Configure Your Sessions
  • Using External Controllers
  • Managing Session Data And Files
  • Recording Midi And Audio With Advanced Techniques
  • Understanding Time Scale/Timeline
  • Starting With Virtual Instruments
  • Using Avid Elastic Audio
  • Quantizing And Editing Midi And Audio
  • Using Different Audio Editing Techniques
  • Using Different File Management Techniques
  • How To Transfer A Session
  • Learning Automation Techniques
  • Learning Sends
  • Bus Tracks
  • Aux Tracks
  • Plug-Ins
  • Master Track
  • Group Tracks
  • Exporting Stems And Labeling Them
  • Preparing A Session For Mixing
  • Preparing A Session For Mastering

Protools 130 Game Audio

  • Starting With Game Audio Workflow
  • Dialogue Editing
  • How To Work For Foley
  • Adding Sound Effects
  • Ambience Sound And Effects
  • Learning Music Scoring
  • Vehicle And Various Element Sounds
  • Learning How To Make Dynamic Cinematics
  • How To Export And Label Audio Track

Ableton / Logic Pro

  • Intro To Interface
  • Type Of Views
  • Intro To Project
  • Library Browser
  • Intro To Warping
  • Adding Different Type Of Tracks And Getting Started
  • Exporting Audio/Stems As Per Industry Standards
  • Getting Started With Making Your Own Tunes
  • Adding Different Type Of Effects
  • Getting Started With Midi
  • Starting With VSTs And Plug-Ins


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