Provides hands-on experience and guided practice in digital recording techniques, advanced digital audio mixing and mastering, and independent problem solving in the recording process. Covers recording sessions, computer files, microphone usage and placement, digitizing principals, audio acquisition options, midi integration, preparing complex digital audio files for duplication, advanced techniques in mixing room acoustics, preparing audio for mixing, software plug-ins, troubleshooting audio problems, equalization, stereo imagery, noise limitation, bit conversion, and session management. Students work in an actual digital recording studio recording a wide variety of instrumental and vocal ensembles. Builds upon the basic competency developed during MUS-191 and MUS-192. Applies advanced skills, workflows, and concepts of recording, editing and mixing on an Avid Pro Tools system learned in MUS-292: Pro Tools 110.
Credit for Prior College-Level Learning
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