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le­ment the ex­ist­ing ana­logue stu­dio, which con­tains an Otari MX80 24 track, a MX 9000 Behringer Euro Desk and a full rack of ef­fects.

There also are six Pro Tools work­sta­tions us­ing iMacs.

Em­ploy­ment of­fered in the au­dio or me­dia in­dus­try is am­ple, as when an am­pli­fied sound is re­pro­duced in pub­lic, there is at least one, but more likely two or more, en­gi­neers in­volved.

SAE Ade­laide grad­u­ates now work in ra­dio, tele­vi­sion, theatre, film, live, hire com­pa­nies, stu­dios, ad­ver­tis­ing, con­ven­tion and AV.

SAE be­lieves the small class sizes, up-to-date train­ing and equip­ment, and com­mit­ment to pro­vid­ing a rounded au­dio ed­u­ca­tion means many stu­dents will en­ter the work­force.

SAE Ade­laide grad­u­ates now work in ra­dio, tele­vi­sion, theatre and film as well as other ar­eas.

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