Digital Media, Audio and Cinema
LCC Is the Regional Leader
LCC is the regional leader in Digital Media, Audio and Cinema (DMAC) training and education.
The DMAC program at LCC provides introductory through advanced training in:
Digital Cinema Production
Cutting edge Hollywood equipment that combines the ease of digital video with the quality and resolution of feature film production. RED Cameras have been used on movies such as:
- The Lovely Bones
- District 9
- Night at the Museum - Battle of the Smithsonian
- Angels and Demons
- The Book of Eli
Used extensively by indie film makers with limited budgets and fast-moving production schedules. This tapeless production format captures images directly to portable digital smart cards for rapid ingest into your AVID or FINAL CUT PRO editing workstation.
LCC has an extensive inventory of cameras and support equipment to support your learning and training needs.
LCC has an extensive inventory of tools used to support feature film style production. Lighting, grip and gear equipment from MATTHEWS, KINO-FLO, LOWEL and VINTEN are tools every student will use and train on.
LCC is the educational leader in Studio and On-Location Audio Recording technologies. Highlights of the program include:
- 40 Track Audio Recording Studio powered by the PRO-TOOLS HD Icon recording console. Featuring an extensive collection of contemporary digital audio plugs and vintage external processing equipment. This room is used extensively for music recording for CD and Web distribution, and as a development room for audio-for-film soundtrack development feature LOGIC PRO, SOUNDTRACK PRO, FINAL CUT PRO and AVID software applications.
- Eight Digital Audio Production Labs that use PRO-TOOLS HD and LE software applications to support your continuous learning and professional development. All rooms feature software plugs and external processing resources.
- On-Location Sound Recording Equipment for double system a sound recording for film and video production is also a feature component of training. LCC is one of only a few schools within the region that features training in this production workflow process.
Whether your professional audio engineering applications are oriented toward music based projects or sound for film and video - LCC offers training to suit your specific learning goals.
Communication, Media and the Arts Department
Gannon Bldg, Room 131
Phone: (517) 483-1546
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