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Audio / Radio Production | COMM | 2303

Concepts and techniques of sound production, including the coordinating and directing processes. Hands-on experience with equipment, sound sources, and direction of talent.

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Audio Electronics | MUSC | 1323

Basic concepts in electricity, Ohm?s Law, circuit analysis and troubleshooting audio problems. Topics include soldering techniques, audio electronic alignment procedures for tape machines, console maintenance, and sound reinforcement equipment maintenance.

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Audio Engineering I | MUSC | 1327

Overview of the recording studio. Topics include basic studio electronics and acoustic principles, waveform analysis, microphone design and placement techniques, studio set up and signal flow, recording console theory, signal processing concepts, tape machine principles and operation, and an overview of mixing and editing. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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Audio Engineering II | MUSC | 2427

Major topics include the recording process, microphones and placement techniques, audio console operation, multitrack recording and signal processors. Audio software includes Pro Tools and Digital Performer, Spark and Peak audio editors, Toast and Jam CD editors, Acid looping software. Students learn basic tracking techniques, studio set up and break down and participate in 32 hours of recording sessions. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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Audio Engineering III | MUSC | 2447

Advanced practice of procedures and techniques in recording and manipulating audio. Includes digital audio editing, advanced recording techniques, and advanced engineering projects.

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Audio Engineering IV | MUSC | 2448

Examination of the role of the producer including recording, mixing, arranging, analyzing projects, session planning, communications, budgeting, business aspects, technical consideration, and music markets. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.

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Audio Engineering Practices | MUSC | 2201

Application of the concepts and techniques presented in Audio Engineering I and II. (May be repeated three times for credit. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.)

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Audio Engineering V | MUSC | 2457

Analysis and practice of the operation of a large format, computer-automated analog mixing console. Includes console?s signal flow and operation as they pertain to tracking.

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Audio Post Production | FLMC | 2330

The technology, creative application and requirements for producing audio soundtracks for film and video. (This course explores the technology, creative application and requirements for producing audio soundtracks for film and video projects. Topics include time code, synchronization, mixing, Foley, dialog replacement, sound effects and location sound. The students will work on computerized workstations to produce finished audio tracks for various projects. Students are required to attend additional lab hours outside of class.)

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Audio/Radio Production I | RTVB | 1309

Concepts and techniques of sound production including basic recording, mixing, and editing techniques.

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