Music Production/Engineering (CTMPRO)
This program has been replaced by Audio Production and Engineering Certificate (CTMPEA). Students currently enrolled need to complete it by the end of the Spring/Summer 2019 semester.
If you have questions about this program please contact a program advisor or contact a general student advisor.
This program is designed for students who want to develop skills in music production and engineering that can be applied to jobs in TV, radio, and music studios. It provides the student with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in jobs such as a music sequencer or sound engineer, operating mixing consoles for a variety of events including band production, concerts, music festivals, and running studios. Students will develop skills in audio recording, computer applications, sound reinforcement, and sequencing and programming. While in the program, students will be affiliated with the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, and will assist WCC Media Services in producing events for the College.
- Humanities, Social & Behav Sci
- Performing Arts Dept
Requirements(Items marked in orange are available online.)
|MUS 162||Music Sequencing and Programming||3|
|MUS 170||Introduction to Audio Technology||3|
|MUS 175||Audio Recording Technology (Pro Tools Certification)||3|
|MUS 245||Composition and Arranging for Keyboard||2|
|MUS 248||Sound Reinforcement for Stage||3|
|MUS 275||Advanced Audio Recording Technology||3|
|MUS 285||Self Management for Working Artists||3|
- Total Credits Required
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