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IPR Students at Work with the Pros on Applied Learning Projects

IPR students from every degree program work on applied learning projects as part of their coursework. Students work with industry professionals on real-world projects like short films, television pilots, and live events. Integrating applied learning projects into the IPR curriculum allows students to apply the skills they learn at school to actual projects, introduces them to the process …

IPR Offers Weekend Pro Tools Certification Classes

If you’re looking to add a little confidence to your Pro Tools game, get listed in Avid’s searchable database of Certified professionals, or differentiate yourself from your competitors when applying for audio engineering work, IPR’s Pro Tools certification classes are just what you need. IPR’s three-day, weekend workshop format are taught by instructors with 10+ years of …

Being Kevin Bowe: Inside the IPR Sessions – The Suicide Commandos

This blog is part a series of entries from inside the production mind of Audio Production & Engineering Associate Program Chair Kevin Bowe. Kevin will detail the audio production sessions that he and his Production Portfolio class run during the course of the term. Over the past year, Kevin and his class have worked with artists like …

Being Kevin Bowe: Inside the IPR Sessions – The Park Evans Trio

This blog is part a series of entries from inside the production mind of Audio Production & Engineering Associate Program Chair Kevin Bowe. Kevin will detail the audio production sessions that he and his Production Portfolio class run during the course of the term. Over the past year, Kevin and his class have worked with artists like …

Music and Entertainment Business Students Produce Radio Spots for IPR

The students of EB195 – The Business & Production of Commercial Media class have been hard at work during winter quarter. So far, we’ve written, recorded, edited and finished fourteen unique radio spots highlighting the best that IPR has to offer to entice new students into checking out our great school. These 30-second radio spots …

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