Live Online ProgramsWHAT YOU’LL LEARN.
Our Live Online Programs are synchronous programs - that means they happen in real time. Live online students attend scheduled lectures alongside on-campus students.
How does it work?VITRUAL CLASSROMS.
Students log into virtual classroom meetings via video conferencing. Educational content is accessed via a digital classroom app. Students collaborate with each other and interact with their teachers in the learning platform.
What classes are offered?6 different class types.
Our programs are divided into 6, 1 month long modules:
- Production (1 month/40 clock hours)
- Engineering (1 month/40 clock hours)
- Songwriting (1 month/40 clock hours)
- Business (1 month/40 clock hours)
- Mixing (1 month/40 clock hours)
- Artist (1 month/40 clock hours)
Cost of AttendanceTuition and Equipment.
When enrolling in all six programs, the cost of tuition is $6,000.
When enrolling separately, the cost of tuition is $1,250 for each program.
There is a one time, non-refundable application fee due at the time of enrollment. This fee is to cover school costs of enrolling a student.
|Tuition||All Six Programs ( 6 months/ 240 clock hours }||$6,000|
|Production ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
|Engineering ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
|Songwriting ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
|Business ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
|Mixing ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
|Artist ( 1 month/ 40 clock hours )||$1250|
What equipment do I need to take the online programs?
Online students will need these items:
- Mac computer (all instruction is on MacOs)
- PACE iLok3 - USB
- Ableton Live software
- Pro Tools software
- Audio interface
- Midi controller keyboard
- Studio Monitors (optional but recommended)
Distance Education Equipment Requirements:
Students enrolled in the online programs will need the following equipment:
- The above equipment of similar or better quality
- A computer with webcam and microphone
- A strong internet connection
- Free Zoom mobile and desktop application and account
A: Lectures are from 11-1am Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, just like on ground. If you can’t make the lecture, you can watch a recorded version later. However, it is recommended that you make time to attend the lectures.
A: The Academy uses an online delivery system that is accessible from your computer or mobile device at any time.
A: Online students are able to ask questions during the lectures and remotely interact with their teachers via Zoom meetings and our online learning platform.
A: Yes, collaboration is encouraged between all students attending the Academy. Our online learning platform allows for communication with all students and teachers.
A: A high school diploma or GED.
A: The Academy is approved to operate by the Bureau of Private Postsecondary Education, a division of the California Consumer Affairs Department. The academy offers certificates of completion for their programs.