|First Year / First Semester|
|MUS-127||Fundamentals of Music for Sound Engineers||3|
|MUS-129||Introduction to Audio Recording||3|
|MUS-133||Audio Recording Techniques I||3|
|MUS-135||MIDI/DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) I||3|
|MUS-134||Audio Recording Techniques II||3|
|MUS-136||MIDI/DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) II||3|
|MUS-227||Live Sound Reinforcement||3|
|MUS-228||Business of Music||3|
|Total Minimum Credits||24|
- To prepare students to demonstrate skills for entry-level employment in recording studios.
- To provide students the exposure to technology and software associated with the recording of music.
- To provide students with the skills for entry-level employment as audio engineers with live performance talent.
Program Student Learning Outcomes
At the end of the program, the graduate will be able to:
- Organize, manage, engineer and edit a recording session.
- Discuss a wide variety of equipment, hardware and software related to the recording and editing of audio files.
- Provide sound reinforcement in a live-concert setting.
- Describe critical issues related to the music recording profession.
- Recording producer
- Audio engineer
- Sound mixer
- Music technician
- Music composer/arranger
- Professional musician
Professor Michael Billingsley, Coordinator
(856) 227-7200, ext. 4563