Prerequisite: Successful completion of Audio & Recording Production I (fall)
This course will cover advanced techniques of audio technology and production focusing on the electronics and techniques involved in recording, mixing, editing, performing, and listening. The course will involve lecture, critical listening, discussion, writing and hands-on projects utilizing digital audio hardware and software in a professional studio setting. Required Materials: Textbook—Huber, David Miles and Robert E. Runstein. Modern Recording Techniques. 9th ed. Boston, MA.: Focal Press, 2017. Course Objectives: Upon successful course completion, students should be able to:
1. Understand the advanced techniques related to audio technology and production.
2. Use digital software to expertly record, edit, and mix audio.
3. Listen critically to recorded music and analyze the techniques involved in its creation.
4. Apply advanced technical knowledge to creative work.