Audio Engineering Celebrity Guest

Posted on March 5th, 2012 - Written by: Trebas Toronto

Noah Mintz in Action

Noah Mintz in Action

Masting engineer “Noah Mintz” will be a guest lecture for our audio engineering students on April 4. Noah Mintz is a Senior Mastering Engineer at Lacquer Channel Mastering. With over 13 years experience specifically and exclusively in professional mastering, (and many more previously in audio production) Noah’s philosophy has always been “less is more.” With a strong emphasis on “vibe”, Noah’s sonic signature has been left of some of Canada’s most successful indie and major label acts.

Noah’s signal path is one of the best in business, with gear by dCS, Lavry, Sontec, Manley Labs, Maselec, Neve, Weiss, Dangerous, Crookwood, GML and Chandler Limited. All of the gear has been modified and tweaked by renoun tech to the mastering stars, Chris Muth.

Noah has a sizable discography which includes The National, Great Big Sea, Sarah Harmer, Sarah Slean, Blue Rodeo Broken Social Scene, Death From Above 1979, Marble Index, Danko Jones, The Rheostatics, The Dears, Len, Hayden, Howie Beck and Stars. We look forward to his visit!

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Trebas Institute Holds Entertainment Management Workshop

Posted on February 27th, 2012 - Written by: Trebas Toronto

Entertainment Career College offers “How to Get Started in the Music Business” workshop.

Trebas Institute, a private college specializing in career training for the entertainment industry, will be hosting an entertainment management workshop on March 12, 2012. The workshop, entitled, “How to get started in the music business and get your demo heard,” will feature music producer and label owner, Trevor Shelton.

The workshop will be held at 7-9 pm at Trebas’ Toronto campus (2340 Dundas Street West, 2nd Floor). Shelton will cover a variety of topics related to the music world, providing an overview of the business side of the industry, and an array of suggestions and tips for artists, bands and engineers looking to get a foot in the door.

Shelton is currently a director of operations at Rammit Records and Media Hub in Toronto. He is well known for producing Marvin Gaye’s last concert tour, which went on to sell millions around the world. He was also A&R at Current Records, where he worked with acts like The Parachute Club and Martha & The Muffins.

Established in 1979, Trebas Institute is a trusted industry source for audio production engineers, sound designers, entertainment managers and a variety of professional roles in the lucrative film and television production sector. With a number of well-known instructors, Trebas’ practical, hands-on learning ensures that graduates have the experience and confidence needed to step directly into the workforce.

Trebas Institute was the first digital audio school in North America, and the first to introduce 3D Film production training. It is registered as a private career college under the Private Career Colleges Act, 2005. The school offers a wide range of entertaining training programs, including: Audio Engineering and Production/DJ Arts; Film and Television Production and Postproduction; Entertainment Management; and Event and Venue Management.

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Film Student Having Fun with New Cameras…..

Posted on February 24th, 2012 - Written by: Trebas Toronto

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Testing new HD cameras

Trebas students are setting up the TV studio with the new HD cameras to shoot Phil’s new talk show, “Strange Disorder” hosted by Chris Ho. How exciting!

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Michael Williams Talks About Whitney on Global’s The Morning Show

Posted on February 14th, 2012 - Written by: Trebas Toronto

Our Placement Coordinator and former MuchMusic VJ, Michael Williams, starts a full day of interviews on Global talking about his meetings and interviews with Whitney Houston.  Check out this clip…..

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Film/TV – Having a blast learning!

Posted on February 9th, 2012 - Written by: Trebas Toronto

Trebas Students at Feb Freeze

Trebas Students at Feb Freeze

Trebas Institute Film/TV students had a great field trip Wednesday February 8th to the annual February Freeze, the CinequipWhite annual industry trade show at the William F. White Center – 800 Islington Ave.

There was more new technology for the Broadcast & Motion Picture industry on display and at their fingertips than ever before, and the event was a big hit. Students were hands on with some of the newest cameras and accessories as well as support equipment, lighting, grip, audio, and much more.

Students also attended some extremely educational free training seminars on various topics for a wide range of skill levels where they participated in demos, asked questions to industry professionals and tested new equipment on site. From seasoned Pro’s to Students, there was something for everyone.

Kalman Szegvary says: “As I walked around and talked to the exhibitors and eventually told them that I was from Trebas Institute, they immediately said that they really enjoyed the my students as they all had great questions that were very professional in nature. I was very proud of my Trebas film group”

The Trebas Institute would like to thank Jonathan Stainton from CinequipWhite for the inviting us to the event!

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