Leni Guenther graduated in 2010 and currently works as a freelance sound engineer with fully booked calendar, and she looks back on his college days as full of possibilities.
- As a student, you have the unique opportunity to directly translate what you learn in the morning to the reality in the afternoon. Go out into the corridor, talk to a musician, radio or TV producer and go. Every opportunity is there, it's just for you to reach out and take them, says Leni
Theory and practice
The program is now three years and leads to a bachelor's degree with focus on sound engineering. The first year you build a base with insight into many sound technical areas, such as PA technology, broadcast television and radio, recording techniques, knowledge of music and audio electronics. Second year immerses students in film sound engineering, music recording, surround sound and post production.
- Theoretical courses such as sound technical research, digital technology and of course great teachers have given me a breadth of knowledge and self-esteem, which made it possible for me to take many different missions in audio technology. Today I am freelancing as a sound engineer in radio, television, advertising and music, says Lenin.