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Where is the best place to study as a Sound Engineer?
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Any engineering field that interests you. There are all kinds (structural, computer, electrical, mechanical, metallurgical, chemical engineering etc. ad nauseam).
ive checked the best mechanical engineering universities in the world list ... most of them are in the usa ... then UK and some are in japan ... realy so much options
Try china or japan. They have really good colleges.
Need to qualify at least: a. Study - subjects and level - broadly: science and technology, arts/humanities, law, management, education; school, undergraduate, postgradua…te. b. Best - what do you mean by best: teaching, research, living conditions, climate, people, fees and so on. Following sites ranks the universities in the world: http://www.topuniversities.com/worlduniversityrankings/results/2008/overall_rankings/ Finnish students have scored the highest in PISA: http://www.oecd.org/pages/0,3417,en_32252351_32235731_1_1_1_1_1,00.html A lot depends on you purpose and perspective to life. Shaolin (China) can be best for some while Varanasi (India) for others. Eton (UK) yet for others. Good luck for your dream destination of study! Hell0! I may suggest to choose London in studying abroad with the United International College School in London.There are most students choose to study abroad in London for it is range of option to offer and as well as the variety London has to offer have their own social activities, ranging from trips outside London to events with teachers to parties we hold for the students. This information is available in the school and you can also find up to date activities, past events, photos and recommendations in the Student Community section. Find out more here: http://www.uiclondon.com
I have to answer with an opinion. I would answer with Texas A&M or UTD, both in Texas in the United States, but your very question itself could bring a global debate. I wo…rk with engineers from all over the world, and I find very few lacking in their education. The real question is: which one is best for you? Do not be put away from an institue in any highly developed country. Most places of highest education around the world are so excellent that you will never use everything you are taught. Your life work in electronics will be your true education. The EE just gets you ready to meet those challenges. In my opinion, considerations would include locations where I speak the language, those which have strict and demanding standards for completion of the degrees, and those which offer the important advantage of leading-edge laboratory and research work that may be funded by a large corporation or a government. I hope someone will refine my answer.
In India it is surely JNU or IIT but in abroad i dont know
The best place to study music is in a college of music. These people know the most about music and can answer your questions.
Finding a place to study depends on what kind of learner you are. If you have a photographic memory, you're a visual learner. If you can hear something and learn it, you're an… auditory learner. If you need to try something in order to learn it, you are a tactile learner. For visual learners, you should find a place that won't distract your eyes: somewhere without a television or pictures or a computer. You need to focus your eyes on what you're studying. For auditory learners, it is a good idea to go somewhere quiet, because you will probably get distracted. It's also a good idea to maybe put on some music in the back round to drown out any unnecessary noise. For all you tactile learners, like me, it's nice to study somewhere where you can move around. Instead of sitting at a desk, you could sit on the floor or on a couch. I've also found it's helpful to chew gum to keep me preoccupied. It helps keep focus and stops you from getting distracted. It's different for everyone, but these ideas will guide you to find the best place to study.
Any one without a muffler. Put a straight pipe on and it'll sound sweet.
If you want to become a sound engineer, you most likely will have to take a full program of several different, but related, courses. For example, at Video Symphony TV and Film… school, the curriculum includes 39 separate courses, including sound design, post production sound, pro tools essentials, voice over recording and production, etc. These subjects plus many more make up a full audio engineering program.
Because,Italy has great landmarks such as The Leaning Tower of Pisa,Patheon,The Colossuem and much much more. Prego Amico (Your Welcome Friend)
The best place to study can be either a quiet place in your house where you wont be bothered. Or maybe outside in a field, under a tree. But if you don't have quiet place in y…our house or a field. The best place to study is the library!
That is a personal choice only you would have to make. What would be music to your ears could be just a noise to others. There are companies out there that specialize in exhau…st systems and you can go their web sights and listen to their products and choose which sound you like the best, order it, receive it and install the system yourself or have a garage install it for you.
There is no "best place" for studying this type of engineering. However, the graduate schools of such universities as: * Georgia Tech * University of Texas at Austin *… California Institute of Technology * Stevens Tech * North Carolina State All are great places with advanced graduate engineering schools. There are many more than this, however, what is provided is a great place to start.
There are many great places to study in the country of Australia. The National Library of Australia would be a beautiful place to study. One could also find a gorgeous place o…f nature to study. Another place to study at would be the State Library of Western Australia.