Recording Arts Instructors
MediaTech InstituteHouston, TX
Full Time Job
Intro to Audio Instructor (Mondays) - Currently vetting and interviewing course instructors to… Provide students an introduction to basic audio terms and concepts, the differences between diverse types of microphones, live and studio console use, and processors. Students will learn how to route input and/or output signals for small PA systems and the use of audio consoles/mixers and other processors in the studio. Topics include routing, auxiliary send and returns, and onboard processing.
Studio Techniques Instructor (Fridays) - Currently vetting and interviewing course instructors to…Teach students how to spend most of their time in the recording studio and be required to attend and manage outside-of-class recording sessions. Students will gain hands-on experience with music mixing both ''in-the-box'' and in the studio through analog consoles involving cues systems, DI boxes, and microphone setup techniques for various instruments like drums, guitars, bass, keyboards, and vocals. Topics include out-board signal processors and plug-ins.
Music Business Instructor (Tuesdays/Wednesdays) - Currently vetting and interviewing course instructors to… Provide students with an overview of the various aspects of the music industry and organizational charts editing the various positions and jobs involved in the music business. Students receive instruction and direction in starting a business in the recording industry with emphasis on business plans, networking, trade publications, and conferences. Students also learn the in's and out's of the songwriting profession and how to protect their creations with music copyright procedures, laws, and requirements. The students receive information on how to publish their work and the business of publishing and licensing concepts. Students are provided information on the roles and responsibilities of agents, managers, and attorneys in the music industry with an emphasis on industry professional fees and expectations. The course also provides an overview of concert promotion, production including the planning of a tour, and the personnel needed to have a successful event. Students are given an in-depth introduction to record contracts, record production, and the diverse options in record label companies. Students receive lectures in music, radio, television, film, games, and advertising. Their learned skills enable them to work in any of these arenas. This course also provides insight on distribution and independent radio promotions.
$25- $35/ hr. DOE
The mission of MediaTech Institute is to provide educational opportunities in digital technologies, multi-media productions and entertainment industries that emphasize skills and knowledge that will allow the student to adjust through a lifetime of professional and technological change. We recognize that education is vital in developing skills needed for a productive society and essential in promoting the individual's sense of worth, values, and high ethical standards. MediaTech Institute is committed to offering a quality education that meets the needs of our students and the needs of the digital technology, multi-media and entertainment industries.
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