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Learn All About Vocals in the latest masterclass offering by Studio Link, covering tips & tricks of vocal sessions, the vocalist-engineer relationship, the role of the vocal producer, vocal deliverables, and more. Featuring guest speakers Sharlene Hector (Basement Jaxx, UK), Huia Hamon, and Kevin Mark Trail.Read more >>
Past and present SAE students have an amazing opportunity to enter the 5th annual Cannes Corporate Media & TV Awards, an annual event which honours the world’s finest corporate films, online media and TV documentaries, in one of the world’s most relevant film centres: Cannes, France. Ambitious filmmakers from around the globe are being encouraged [...]Read more >>
These days, Janette is the founder and Managing Director at The Playground Creative Project Management, and is their expert on Business and Brand Strategy, Marketing, Communications and Project Management. Around the time she was studying at SAE Auckland, Janette Searle was had started moving into the production side of the film & television industry, where [...]Read more >>
SAE Film graduate Allan George has been taking his award winning short film ‘Sounds Perfect’ abroad, showing the world what upcoming Kiwi filmmakers have to offer. Towards the end of November, Allan was at the imagineNATIVE Media & Film Arts Festival in Toronto which celebrates the latest works by indigenous artists at the forefront of [...]Read more >>
Tune in to Face TV (Sky channel 083) on Thursday 5th December and Thursday 12th December at 8:30pm SAE Auckland’s Bachelor of Recording Arts students have recently had an exciting new project added to the program requiring them to put together a television episode in groups, from conception right through to seeing it televised. [...]Read more >>
Legendary Māori traditional instrumentalist, Dr. Richard Nunns, recently paid SAE Auckland’s Bachelor of Recording Arts students a special visit. Dr. Nunns is well known for playing the Taonga pūoro, for his collaborations with the late Hirini Melbourne (1949–2003), and is now regarded as the world’s foremost authority on Maori instruments. Along with Hirini Melbourne, Dr. [...]Read more >>