Atlanta Institute of Music and Media has a uniquely effective approach to vocational training for musicians, production, and engineering students utilizing a well-rounded curriculum, classroom instruction, private instruction, audio, DVD and video labs, a computer lab and live clinics. The AIMM faculty is comprised of industry professionals whose education and work experience as session players, performing artists, producers, engineers, and instructors have prepared them to teach the demanding curriculum.
The AAS degree program in Audio Post Production is the technical application of music, dialogue, sound design, and location audio for film, television, gaming, and all new media forms of expression. The program consist of courses designed to provide students with the necessary education to further his or her recording and engineering abilities.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media provides Audio Post Production program students with the instructional environment necessary to develop both their technical and practical talents. Students will acquire the skills to advance their musical aptidude and gain knowledge in the field of audio post production. The program also includes applied general education coruses and gives the students the ability to obtain Pro Tools Certifications in music production and audio for film post production.
Students in the Audio Post Production Associate of Applied Science program are required to complete the requisite number of General Education credits. Students wishing to attempt to transfer general education credits completed at other institutions must demonstrate appropriate comparability to the applied nature of the general education courses available at AIMM. Students must show proficiency on the instrument of their focus as described in Admissions procedures.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media provides Music and Technology program students with the instructional environment necessary to develop both their technical and musical talents. Students acquire the skills to advance their musical aptitude and gain knowledge in the field of recording and engineering.
Our M&T AAS degree has an instrument of focus (Bass, Drums, Keyboard, or Guitar), with courses specific to that instrument, as well as recording and engineering courses. The program is designed for the musician who also wishes to gain knowledge in the field of recording and engineering, in order to open opportunities in today's ever-changing music industry.
By combining music and media, we help our students expand their income opportunities because AIMM graduates are prepared to step into to most in-demand positions today, including live event and studio recording, music composition and performance, audio engineering for music, gaming, film, television and more.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media provides the non-beginning student with the instructional environment necessary to develop his/her talents and acquire the skills to become one of today's professional musicians or engineers. AIMM's Instrument curriculum accomplishes this through live performances, class and private instruction, audio and video computer lab instruction, and live clinics featuring today's most well-known and innovative artists and music industry experts.
The Atlanta Institute of Music and Media's programs are taught by professionals whose work experience, certification and/or music degrees give each instructor the necessary background to teach the demanding curriculum.
As a close-knit community, our students are exposed to a diverse range of musical styles, experiences and backgrounds.
Atlanta Institute of Music and Media is state-certified by The Georgia Nonpublic Postsecondary Education Commission, and nationally accredited by The Council on Occupational Education. AIMM is an approved Veteran training facility, and financial aid is available for those who qualify.
The brand-new Associate of Applied Science Degree in Audio Post Production is now offered at AIMM. Learn Pro Tools (and get certified in the process), Ableton Live, DAW editing and processing, keyboard skills, electronic music production, studio acoustics, physics of sound, MIDI synthesis and sequencing, location sound, ADR and foley, the art and science of mastering, and so much more!
In this edition of FaceTime FastLane, AIMM drum graduate Josh Baker shares his experiences while on tour drumming for legendary artist Mariah Carey! He's been all over the world with Mariah, and in this episode, Josh gives us a quick peek at life on the road with one of the biggest names in music.
In this FaceTime FastLane interview, AIMM recording graduate Jay Foye joins us from Tokyo Japan and talks to us about his travels there (and in Seoul Korea earlier this month) while working along side multiple-Grammy-winning songwriter/producer Brian Michael Cox! And hear about his future endeavors working with Tamar Braxton, Levi Johnson, Dollhouse, and many others!
For more than a quarter century, AIMM has been placing producers, engineers, sound designers, artists, and musicians in the entertainment industry. Are you next? You could be! Join AIMM and get on the list!
Definitely check out AIMM, get a good tour of it, go to Open House, go to the orientation, and you'll find that it's really professional. All the instructors really know what they're doing--they're all industry professionals and have been for years. You get a lot of hands-on activity and a lot of time to work on your projects on all the gear.
Sound Designer at Hi-Rez Studios, and Founder of Neutrino Gaming--creator of the iPhone/iPad app Aries Revenge