Online Audio Video Production Training
Get the Skills and Support to Become a Successful Audio Engineer or Video Technician
If you’re ready to make use of your creative skills, move up in life, and create a brighter future with a rewarding career, Laurus College is here for you.
Laurus College has helped motivated people acquire the skills, experience, and ongoing support to pursue successful careers. With our flexible programs, you can keep your day job and still have enough time with your family and friends while pursuing your educational and career goals.
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Skills for Success
If you’re motivated to earn and provide more for your family, feel valued and respected at work, and make use of your creativity and computer skills, train with us and you’ll have the support you need while you expand your critical thinking and problem-solving ability and develop your creative and technical skills in:
- Music Production
- Audio Recording Techniques
- Sound Design
- Video Editing
- and much more!
- Audio Production (Bachelor's)
Audio Production professionals engineer studio music, mix audio, and edit video electronic tools and media for use in products or creations, such as movies, music albums, live shows, and more. Career options: audio engineering, sound editing, audio technician, and mixing engineer Learn more.
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Audio Video Production
As a musical producer, songwriter, and recording engineer Vince’s credit list includes a national coast-to-coast tour as the lead guitarist for Theory of Flight, music licenses with Nintendo Wii and Fox Sports, compositions for several short films that debuted in Hollywood, and writing and producing pop music for national HOT AC radio with album distribution to Best Buy, Barnes & Noble, Amazon, Spotify, Pandora, and iTunes in conjunction with EMI.
The Las Vegas Weekly called Vince’s music “captivating”, and a Robin Leach article commented about his live performance saying, “I was hooked within 3 songs”. His singles “City of Lights”, “Spinning”, “Sinister”, “Set the Night on Fire” and “Worthless Symphonies” can be heard on national CBS and college radio stations across the country.
Vince has opened for artists such as Train, Sick Puppies, Zebrahead, Lit, Melee, Marcy Playground, and Imagine Dragons. With live performances on Fox and CBS news stations, as well as a Half-Time Performance at the UFL Championship on the Versus cable channel.
Vince was nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award for his work with Theory of Flight, and received a Vegas Rocks award for “Best Performing Artists”.
Vince holds a Bachelor’s degree in Contemporary Music from Greenville College, with instrumental mastery in guitar. He has a deep background in music theory, songwriting, composition, and orchestration.
Audio Video Production
Brittany N. Tate is a highly attentive, creative professional with 11 years of experience and a proven track record in extraordinary achievements. After earning a bachelor’s degree at Pepperdine University in Media Production, she earned a master’s in Mass Communication from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, with a concentration in Public Relations. She currently attends Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education & Psychology, where and is earning her doctorate in Educational Learning Technologies.
Her professional clients include Fox Entertainment Group, Warner Brothers Productions, and the Arkansas Sheriffs’ Association.
Brittany’s teaching philosophy is rooted in the principles of a growth mindset, where students are encouraged to redefine failure and are rewarded for an active learning process.
Audio Video Production
I’m a video engineer for musicians with a specialization in concert production & videography. I have done video production touring since late 2016 for many artists. Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, I have been on permanent furlough and decided to apply my skills into becoming an educator. The live entertainment industry is in desperate need of well groomed on the road technicians. Educating the next generation is the best way to pay my knowledge forward to anyone considering a future career in this industry. My philosophy is to simply pay it forward because no one gets ahead in life without an assist.
Quick tour of my past: I received my Bachelor’s in Criminal Justice – Sociology from UMass Boston & Master’s in Criminal Justice from Boston University. I am a Coast Guard Veteran & was Honorably Discharged. I then decided to pursue the video production field. I received my technical degree in Digital Video Production from Pinellas Technical College.
Audio Video Production
Carter Martin is a business owner, an educator and an independent filmmaker.
Carter’s short, Preservation of the Song, was a 30-minute dramatic film that played both nationally and internationally. It won critical acclaim, including Critics Choice in the Chicago Reader, Best of the Festival at the Illinois Film Festival, and First Place in Narrative at the University of Oregon.
Carter’s last short Spoiled received Best Independent Short at the Kids First Film Festival in New Mexico. His short Strangers placed third at the Indie Incubator Film Festival in Chicago, Illinois. Séance played in various Filipino and Asian film festivals.
Carter has been a member of the adjunct faculty for Columbia College Chicago’s Film Department since 1992. He served as the Assistant Academic Director for the Illinois Institute of Art where he developed curriculum for Digital Media Production. He has freelanced in videography, film and video editing, sound design and music composition.
Carter recently relocated with his family to Las Vegas December 2018. He’s currently teaching at UNLV in the Film Department and the Educational Psychology & Higher Education. He develops online courses for Rasmussen College as a SME (Subject Matter Expert) and has been adjunct faculty for five years.
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