Our Program Director Antonio Crespo had the opportunity to answer a few questions about our new A.E.C. – Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films in the podcast “Mon Carnet” (February 18, 2022) with Bruno Guglielminetti (in french).
Mike Cohen also talked about it in The Suburban : “Leading Montreal-based audio post-production training institution Formation Musitechnic has announced the launch of its newest program, Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films, with the inaugural class beginning in fall 2022. Students will now have the unique opportunity to not only learn sound techniques for immersive environments, such as simulations, but they will also develop the skills necessary to build these environments themselves…”
Formation Musitechnic Enters the Metaverse Environment
New cutting-edge program will give students the opportunity to master the most advanced and immersive audio technologies
Montreal, February 17, 2022 – Leading Montreal-based audio post-production training institution Formation Musitechnic is delighted to announce the launch of its newest program, Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films, with the inaugural class beginning in fall 2022. Students will now have the unique opportunity to not only learn sound techniques for immersive environments, such as simulations, but they will also develop the skills necessary to build these environments themselves.
“The new program at Musitechnic will provide a training ground for aspiring and existing sound technicians, designers, and editors to utilize the latest technology to create sound in a world where virtual reality reigns.” said Musitechnic president Mike Quan. “Offered in English and French, this Attestation of College Studies (A.C.S.) will run 16 months in length and will provide graduates, the tools they need to dive confidently into their dream jobs.”
Since 1987, Formation Musitechnic has always been committed to uniting innovation and creativity in its training approach and in the formulation of its A.C.S. With rapidly evolving technology, the way in which we experience virtual and physical environments is frequently transformed.
The Musitechnic team takes pride in continuously updating its programs and designing new ones to ensure that its students have the best of innovation and creativity at their fingertips. The A.C.S. in Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films will give them the chance to learn how to create and refine immersive audiovisual content, from music production in innovative formats to spatial sound design, mixing and integration.
A pillar of Quebec’s and Canada’s audio post-production sectors, Formation Musitechnic has been preparing industry operatives not just at home but across the world since its founding. With alumni working in some of the most notable production-related arenas in the world, including the likes of Netflix and Disney and for artists such as Céline Dion and Lara Fabian, the sky is certainly the limit.
“Since its inception, Musitechnic has been a trailblazer in providing state-of-the-art, next generation training to its student population.” said Antonio Crespo, Director of Programs at Musitechnic. ”The Sound Techniques for Video Games and Films program is another way in which we can help our students gain access to the highest professional horizons, with endless opportunities to shine on the international stage.”
Musitechnic Formation was founded in 1987 by the famous musical artist Gilles Valiquette as a pioneering institution in audio recording and sound design supported by computational means. It is a not-for-profit college-level art training institution that has been dedicated to the education of artists and technicians in the fields of music and audio for more than 30 years. Musitechnic also serves as a not-for-profit artistic incubator for research, creation, and development across a wide array of cultural and creative disciplines. These services are available to artists, technicians, creators, students, and the media industry at large. Musitechnic is an academic institution recognized by Quebec’s Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of Culture.