Provides course work in essential music skills and digital recording techniques. Covers recording engineering, mixing, and mastering of recorded works. Uses a live studio environment to promote the development of practical skills.
- Select, set up, and place recording equipment for a variety of musical ensembles.
- Set up, manage, and use digital recording software including plug-ins.
- Communicate with musicians/clients using industry and musical terminology.
- Interpret artistic ideas and translate them into recordings.
- Prepare and master recordings for commercial release and sale.
- Studio recording engineer
- Studio recording technician
- Mastering engineer
- Basic computer skills
- Fundamental knowledge of music theory
|Course name||Credit Hours|
|MUS-117: Piano Class 1||2.00|
|MUS-126: Recording Studio Engineering 1||3.00|
|MUS-127: Audio Mastering 1||3.00|
|MUS-134: Music Fundamentals||3.00|
|MUS-138: Music Theory 1||3.00|
|MUS-139: Music Theory 2||3.00|
|MUS-141: Aural Music Skills 1||2.00|
|MUS-142: Aural Music Skills 2||2.00|
|MUS-226: Recording Studio Engineering 2||3.00|
|MUS-227: Audio Mastering 2||3.00|
|MUS-229: Advanced Studies in Audio Recording||2.00|
Music: Complete two credits