Music Recording & Production
Theory and techniques for recording, editing, and producing acousticmusic. Topics include acoustics, audio perception, physics and electronics of transducers, analog and digital audio principles, stereo and multitrack recording, mixing, virtual instruments, and synchronization. Students will develop the technical and listening skills to understand and evaluate the aesthetics of recorded sound. Course may be used as an elective for students in the Acoustic Instrument Design and Electronic Instrument Design tracks of the Music Engineering minor. Students may not receive credit for both Music 140 and 142. Recommendations: Ability to play an instrument, musical literacy, MATH 30 or 32 or equivalent, PHY 1 and 2 or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Permission of instructor required.
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