LIVE SOUND – DCSL61
Authorized by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research
Second cycle Academic Diploma (Master level)
Signal management techniques in live music contexts, with professional use of both analog platforms and digital mixers. Each student acquires mastery of live music recording techniques for production purposes.
The specific skills will grow as far as it is for the techniques for the use of radio frequency systems, setting up small and large stages, both as stage sound engineer and hall sound engineer.
It is a limited students number course, open to a maximum of 10 students, coming from Saint Louis pre-academic courses or selected through audition.
Professional training for the stage sound engineer
- sound engineer for live concerts
- Sound technician for theatres, clubs and auditoriums
- public competitions for teaching (upon reaching the 24 university or academic credits in anthropo-psycho-pedagogical disciplines and in teaching methodologies and technologies)
Since 2012 Saint Louis has participated in the Erasmus + program, which offers the possibility to every student of Academic level to live periods of mobility in other European and Extra-European Higher Education Institutes for study or internship projects.
Each student can therefore benefit of a maximum of 12 months of study or internship abroad for each study cycle (12 months max in the three-year first cycle, 12 months max in the two-year second cycle of academic studies), choosing one's destination among a wide and excellent offer of foreign partners that Saint Louis has established and consolidated over time.
Mandatory attendance to the minimum extent of the 80% of the lessons.
1. Consult the Admission Requirements and Study Plan section
Check that your self-preparation is in line with the skills required for the individual tests by clicking below on Admission tests and study plan
2. Fill out the application for admission
It is possible to submit an application form for the participation at the admission test to first and second cycle academic courses from the 3rd of February to 30th of April. Subsequent applications will only be considered on the basis of the remaining places available.
3. Wait for the convocation and take the admission tests
The admission tests are held on one or two consecutive days