This is good news for the private audio college’s students, who will now be able to learn their craft with the added benefits of harmonic warmth on each channel and the natural characteristics of analogue summing
“We are looking forward to students being able to build every project with a very solid foundation the moment they plug a microphone into the desk,” said Keith Halpin, head of Audio Engineering and Sound Production in Brisbane. “This gives our students the ability to produce projects with the best possible sonic characteristic and provides them with the employment edge in a competitive industry.”
These additions come after the announcement that JMC are undertaking $10 million expansions to both the Brisbane and Sydney campuses, with the former receiving a new seven story building, and the latter gaining four new classrooms and seven rehearsal spaces.
For information head to jmcacademy.edu.au.