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Audio Technologist Practicum

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Overview

Learn the implementation and maintenance of audio systems for music recording, film/digital cinema, web-based audio applications, and music creation/composition spaces. 

Practicum will become familiar with maintaining and upgrading software and hardware used in audio production as well as wiring and calibration practices, using a variety of test equipment. 

In addition to providing support in the production spaces, the participant will also be called upon to assist in facilitating artists in the setup and operation of audio systems for composition and creation.

What does the program offer?

  • Mentoring by staff audio technologist and audio recording and post engineers, as well as other technologists;
  • Classes with audio staff and internationally-renowned guest faculty;
  • Involvement in ongoing research and testing of new technologies for audio production initiatives;
  • Developing skills for basic equipment repairs;
  • Interacting with other international audio engineers as well as professional musicians and artists in other disciplines;
  • Access to professionally-equipped studio spaces.

Who should apply?

Applicants should have a combination of formal training and/or professional experience or aptitude in audio technology.

Basic practical knowledge of electronics and soldering is essential, as well as working knowledge of PC and Mac environments. Some knowledge of Pyramix and ProTools is desirable. 

 

Prizes Details: 

*The Tuition fee is covered 100% by financial assistance from Banff Centre.

Successful applicants will receive a daily living allowance while part of the program. Practicums are responsible for their own room and board costs but are eligible for subsidized Banff Centre housing based on availability. 

Deadline: 
03/04/2020
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Audio Recording Engineer Practicum | Media + Production

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The Audio Recording Engineer Practicum is intended as a continuing education experience for emerging recording engineers with mature artistic insight and advanced practical skills, including significant professional experience or a high level of professional training. Practicum participants learn about equipment, software, and recording techniques while working on a wide variety of projects.

Applications are being accepted for the following time periods:

September 30, 2019 – March 27, 2020 for international Applicants

September 10, 2019 – March 29,  2020 for Canadian citizens and permanent residents of Canada applicants only.

This is due to changes made by the Government of Canada to international student visa regulations, effective June 1, 2014. 

What does the program offer?

Engineers from around the world participate in our program to benefit from: 

  • Mentoring by staff producer, engineers, and technologists
  • Classes with audio staff and internationally-renowned guest faculty
  • Recording live concerts each week in classical, jazz, and contemporary genres 
  • Recording and producing professional recordings for the international musicians participating in music residency programs
  • Working with staff producers and engineers in conjunction with the video production team, recording and mixing lectures and presentations from visiting artists for online consumption
  • Supporting audio post-production and interactive media programs
  • Interacting with other international audio engineers as well as professional musicians and artists in other disciplines
  • Access to professionally-equipped studio spaces

Who should apply?

Applicants should have a combination of formal training and/or professional experience or aptitude in audio engineering. Working knowledge of Pyramix, ProTools, and File Maker Pro is desirable. Applicants will also have a practical understanding of file creation and management. 

Applicants will be able to manage resources and produce to schedule, as well as multitask effectively with strong time management and diplomacy skills.

*The Tuition fee is covered 100% by financial assistance from Banff Centre.

Successful applicants will receive a daily living allowance while part of the program. Practicums are responsible for their own room and board costs but are eligible for subsidized Banff Centre housing based on availability

Deadline: 
07/10/2019
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OPEN CALL for New Short Film or Audio for ArtSwarm, theme: Iron

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ArtSwarm is a fortnightly video and audio art programme for YouTube featuring only new, original content created by artists.

We need new content to broadcast each episode and are calling for new video or audio pieces to play of any sort, from experimental works to animation, poetry, drama, music or soundscapes, or anything creative. The main criteria is that work must be new, not shared online or previously published, and available for free public broadcast. You can find terms and full details here:
http://www.marksheeky.com/artswarm.php

Episodes have an optional theme. The theme for Episode 17 is Iron, and the deadline is 12pm on Sunday November 4th.

ArtSwarm is published on alternate Fridays on YouTube. You can view any episode here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA9nkyW2ommzJCF0b2h8oNg/featured

Deadline: 
11/04/2018
Fee Detail: 
Free
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OPEN CALL for New Short Film or Audio for ArtSwarm, theme: Europe

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ArtSwarm is a fortnightly video and audio art programme for YouTube featuring only new, original content created by artists.

We need new content to broadcast each episode and are calling for new video or audio pieces to play of any sort, from experimental works to animation, poetry, drama, music or soundscapes, or anything creative. The main criteria is that work must be new, not shared online or previously published, and available for free public broadcast. You can find terms and full details here:
http://www.marksheeky.com/artswarm.php

Episodes have an optional theme. The theme for Episode 15 is Europe, and the deadline is 12pm on Sunday October 7th.

ArtSwarm is published on alternate Fridays on YouTube. You can view any episode here:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA9nkyW2ommzJCF0b2h8oNg/featured

Deadline: 
10/07/2018
Fee Detail: 
None/Free

OPEN CALL For new Video or Audio for ArtSwarm, theme: Connections

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ArtSwarm is a fortnightly experimental video and audio art programme for YouTube featuring only new, original content created by artists.

We need new content to broadcast each episode and are calling for new video or audio pieces to play of any sort, from experimental works to animation, poetry, drama, music or soundscapes, or anything creative. The main criteria is that work must be new, not shared online or previously published, and available for free public broadcast. You can find terms and full details here:
http://www.marksheeky.com/artswarm.php

Episodes have an optional theme. The theme for Episode 11 is Connections, and the deadline is 12pm on Sunday August 12th.

ArtSwarm is published on alternate Fridays on YouTube on this channel:
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA9nkyW2ommzJCF0b2h8oNg/featured

Deadline: 
08/12/2018
Fee Detail: 
None/Free

2018 Acast Audio Residency

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Audio-on-demand technology platform Acast—whose mission is to empower content creators— presents the 2018 Acast Audio Residency, organized as part of the upcoming audio and podcast festival, On Air Fest, slated for March 1-4 at Wythe Hotel (80 Wythe Ave at N. 11th Street, Brooklyn).

 

The 2018 Acast Audio Residency offers the opportunity to create and premiere new work at this year’s On Air Fest. It is open to early career artists, editors, and producers with an idea for an audio piece that has not been previously broadcasted, performed or exhibited to a large audience. New or in-progress works are welcome; finished pieces are not eligible.

 

Entries can take any form: poetry, narrative, sculptural, performance-based, fiction, field recording, ambient, interview, documentary, a hybrid or a surprise, as long as audio is the hero. Entries to be submitted here: http://onairfest.com/residencyDeadline for submission: 11:59pm EST, February 11th, 2018.

 

How to Apply: Submit your application using the fields http://onairfest.com/residency.  Feel free to upload audio, photos or other files to help illustrate your idea (but not required). The description must be 500 words or less, and include your answers to the following:

• What is the concept for your piece?
• Why are you uniquely suited to make this work?
• How do you envision this work will be presented at the festival? I.e. performed, exhibited, screened. Include both anticipated duration and physical space needs where applicable.

 

The Recipient will be presented at this year’s On Air Fest and hosted on the Acast platform; one night’s stay at Wythe Hotel; a three-day ticket to the festival; a $500 stipend for his/her work as well as a work crit with Caitlin Thompson, US Director of Content at Acast.

 

The 2018 Acast Audio Resident will be selected b a panel of judges composed of Gretta Cohn, Founder, Transmitter Media; Bill Curran, Programming Producer, Made in New York Media Center; Brittany Luse, Producer, Gimlet Media and Host, The Nod; and Sachar Matthias, Supervising Producer, BRIC TV and BRIC Radio; and Molly Webster, Reporter and Producer, RadioLab.

Deadline: 
02/11/2018
Fee Detail: 
FRE

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