Those of you who follow the page, know that I’m big on education. And while that might seem to be a surprise to some who knew me as a kid, it’s always been true, really, it’s just that my insatiable curiosity wasn’t always directed toward what is taught in school.
My guess is, that if you’re hear reading this, you often find yourself in the same boat, so from time to time, I like to cover some of the music and engineering schools out so you’re informed as to what music business education options are available to you.
Today, I wanted to take a quick look at Ex’pression College of Digital Arts in Emeryville, California. Emeryville is home to Pixar Studios and is a stone’s throw from Berkeley and San Francisco. Yeah!
From the Ex’pression website: “Expression’s Sound Arts Program provides students with the knowledge and skills to help shape the cutting edge of audio design and creation. The focus is hands-on experience needed to land audio and music engineering jobs, and access to digital audio equipment and software. Training in the Sound Arts Program at our school prepares students for the challenges of music recording, audio engineering, audio post-production for film and television, video games, live sound, MIDI production, studio management, and multi-media non-linear editing. Learn to use leading edge music and audio production software, such as Pro Tools.”
MusicBusinessPage.com has partnered with Ex’pression to allow our readers fast and simple access to their free information kit. You can learn more about their Sound Arts, Motion Graphics or Game Art and Design by filling out this super-quick form. Maybe you’ll end up working at Pixar!
Here are a few of Ex’pression’s famous alumni and faculty:
- Spencer Nilsen (School President) – Video Game Music Composer
- John Scanlon (Sound Arts Program Director) – Sound Engineer
- Yael Braha (Motion Graphic Design Program Director) – Graphic Designer, Filmmaker
- Jack Douglas (Teaches Studio Etiquette) – Record Producer
Like most other schools offering recording engineering degrees or Bachelor degrees in the music business, Ex’pression College for Digital Arts has a rolling admissions policy, which means that instead of thinking you have to wait until fall to go to school, they’ll take your application now. And in my book that’s a great deal.
To learn more about any of the Ex’pression degree programs and receive your FREE information packet for each program, request info on the next page, and click SUBMIT. You’re only as close to your dream as the action you take. Get started on your dream career today and lay down some thumpin?1?7 beats at Ex’pression College for Digital Arts, today!
More music business degree programs are available at the below schools where you can:
Learn video production by the beach at sunny Platt Media Arts College, San Diego
Rock out with the cats at Video Symphony TV & Film School in Burbank, California
Hang your hat with legendary songwriters in music city at International Academy of Design & Technology
Special thanks to all of our college sponsors, including Ex’pression, for helping to sponsor MusicBusinessPage and keep our great content alive for yet another generation of aspiring music business professionals!
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