Recording Arts 2

Students of this course study the course study the science and mechanics of digital recording. This course lays theoretical groundwork in acoustics and their relationships to electronic equipment used in the recording industry. The course equips students with the fundamental concepts and terminology necessary to pursue a career in the recording arts, and to establish a foundation for higher-level courses in the audio programs. Students learn basic recording and editing techniques and develop critical listening and viewing skills. This application class provides the student with an in-depth introduction to audio equipment, and techniques. Topics include basic studio procedures, equipment design, and proper use in addition to multi-track recording techniques. Students continue a deeper to study the science and mechanics of digital recording. Acoustics, and the micing of acoustic instruments will be studied along with their relationships to electronic equipment. The course will continue to equip students with the fundamental concepts and terminology necessary to pursue a career in the recording arts, and to establish a foundation for higher-level courses in the audio programs. Topics include intermediate studio procedures, equipment design, and proper use in addition to multi-track recording techniques.

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