Int'l Sound Engineering Masters in France
Blaise Pascal University (Clermont-Ferrand, France) and Studios 160 announce a program open to students and pros from all over the world.
In September 2012 a two to three year international Master’s program in sound engineering as well as a professional recording studio will open their doors in Clermont-Ferrand (France) to students and professionals from all over the world.
Blaise Pascal University -UBP- in Clermont-Ferrand (France) and Studios 160 signed a partnership that led to the opening of a state of the art recording studio in the physics department of the Science & Technology Department. Over 1.2 million euros were invested in order to bring the project to life.
His expertise in sound engineering brought him back to Europe in Clermont-Ferrand where he will once again engineer and share his experience. He is expecting to work again soon with renowned national and international artists at Studios 160. He will also work as an instructor in the engineering Master’s program habilitated by the French Ministry of Education at Blaise Pascal University.
All courses will be taught in English whether they are theoretical courses taught by teachers from the physics department of the UBP or training courses taught by the regional, national and international professional staff. Professionals such as Ryan Hewitt, John Paterno, Mike Clink, Carmen Rizzo and Al Schmitt who won 21 Grammies throughout his career (holding the record of Grammies won in one night in 2004 with 5 Grammies for « Genius Loves Company » by Ray Charles) will be there.