MUS 170: Introduction to Audio Technology
This course is a general introduction and survey of audio recording careers, software recording platforms, audio hardware, acoustics/principles of sound and music recording and general applications in computer-aided recording. Students will learn to do a critical analysis of their strengths and weaknesses against the requirements for building a profession in the music and audio/sound recording and music production fields. The title of this course was previously Computer Applications in Music.
Level I Prereq: Academic Reading and Writing Levels of 6
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