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Established  1994
Nickname  MOSMA
Province  Manitoba
Founded  1994
Campus  Urban
Website  www.midoceanschool.ca
Phone  +1 204-775-3308
Mid-Ocean School of Media Arts
Location  Winnipeg, Manitoba, CAN
Address  1588 Erin St, Winnipeg, MB R3E 2T1, Canada
Type of business  Private Vocational Institution
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Mid-Ocean School of Media Arts (MOSMA) is a private vocational institution located in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Established in 1994, MOSMA was founded with a specific focus in delivering education in audio production technology through theoretical study and practical study including mentorships with recording artists, audio engineers and producers. The institution offers a six month diploma programme (Audio in Media) as well as a series of self-interest part-time courses.

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The institution as legally required is governed by The Private Vocational Institutions Act and Manitoba Regulation 237/02. This legislation provides consumer protection and ensures that the training gives students the skills and knowledge relevant to their chosen field of employment.

Curriculum

The Audio in Media six month programme is divided into three terms. Terms 1 and 2 include initial subjects of study such as acoustics, psychoacoustics, ear training and audio production equipment components such as audio production consoles, microphones, recording media and signal processors. Delivery of curriculum includes both theoretical introduction to subjects followed by hands-on work within three dedicated in school production rooms. Term 3 (Practicums) requires students to complete audio production projects such as music multi-track recording, radio jingle production and sound design for video. Students also complete a Live Sound module hosted by a local Venue with a live band.

The institution utilizes an assessment criteria divided into 40% theoretical/written tests and 60% practical evaluations. The Audio in Media program accepts a maximum enrolment of 15 students.

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Mid-Ocean School of Media Arts Wikipedia


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