Schedule & Tuition
Enrollment Deadline: January 13
Class Begins: January 30
Easter Break: April 7 – 10
Memorial Day: May 29
Class Ends: June 2
Enrollment Deadline: July 31
Class Begins: August 15
Labor Day: September 5
Thanksgiving: November 24 & 25
Class Ends: December 15
Tuition for the Spring 2023 Audio Production Certificate program is $12,000, which includes a $200 seat reservation fee and all supplies and materials needed for the program. Tuition may be paid in full upfront or in two installments (50% at least 2 weeks prior to the first day of the semester and 50% at week 9 of the program). Payments may be made by check or by card.
For more information regarding tuition and paying for our program, please contact Melissa Bateman email@example.com.
I’m considering other audio production programs. What are some advantages to Tweed’s Audio Production Certificate program?
- Students are learning and working in the studios by the end of week 1.
- Our collection of gear gives students an opportunity to learn both vintage and new, common and uncommon gear so they’re able to work comfortably in a commercial recording studio.
- Our program incorporates the business and legal issues that musicians, engineers, and producers face as they start and navigate their careers.
- Our students spend a minimum of 3 full weeks and several class dates during the program recording between 10 and 15 bands and artists. Our students graduate with credits for this work that can be included on their resumes and websites.
I work full time. Can I enroll in your Audio Production Certificate program?
Students are in class from 10am until 5pm during the week and are required to work after hours as part of the curriculum. They must also periodically work late hours in recording sessions. For this reason, it is incredibly difficult for a student to successfully complete our program while working full-time.
How will my certificate from Tweed help me get a job after graduation?
Dedicated students who graduate from our program will have a strong foundation in audio production and engineering, beginning with the basic physics of sound through the mixing and mastering of songs. Students will have an understanding of the business and legal issues of the music industry and will have encountered numerous engineers, artists, and producers in the Athens and Atlanta area. After working in multiple recording sessions, students will graduate with credits that they can include on their resumes and websites. Our instructors and staff will help connect and advise students as best they can, taking into account the student’s career and personal goals, as well as production and engineering skill sets.
What Our Students Are Saying
My favorite part has been just coming into this experience and just being with and meeting new people that are into music like me, that have the same passion, and working with them.
I had a wonderful experience with your staff and faculty, y’all truly care and seem to have a vested, true interest in our well being in and outside of the facility. In fact, I am quite stunned at the degree to which I was helped with my problems. That’s something I am very grateful for, and also something that educational institutions typically lack.