2013-09-30 07:00:00 - Brown Dogs' Roadie Schools' " Audio Engineering " course is now live. Developed by a working engineer with over 35 years experience mixing live sound, this course not only gives you the skill sets needed, but also the tools to mix on your computer.
Have you ever thought of working as a Stagehand for some venue or Roadie for some touring band? Then if so, you need to check out the folks at "Brown Dogs' Roadie School". ( www.browndogsroadieschool.com)
If you have ever looked into this industry, you discover that there are many different departments and skills needed to keep a venue open or a touring act on the road. Here are just a few; Stage Hand, Carpenter, Electrician, Lighting Designers, Riggers, Security and even Catering, all come into play here. Each one of these skills require much hard work and dedication to master.
But how does one get their foot in the door? Well, you could try to glean the information off the internet a
piece at a time, but I have found that when ever I have tried to learn something that way, it's like having a bag of jigsaw puzzle pieces, without the big picture on the box. It can be very confusing!
The founders of " Brown Dogs' Roadie School" have a combined experience of over 60 years working on this industry and are well known in their field.
Their goal at "Brown Dogs' Roadie School" is to create online lessons that will give the student the skill sets needed to work as a Stage Hand or Roadie. The school just completed, and has made available a course in "Audio Engineering" which not only gives the student the theory behind sound reinforcement, but actually gives the student a Virtual mixing board they can install on their computer. Along with the mixing board software, they provide audio tracks to full length songs that the student can download and load into their mixing board and use to hone their mixing skills.