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Clark, Colleen

Faculty, Music
Teacher Education & Technology Center (TE) 305
cmclarksalisburyedu



Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • MUMT 354-001 ADV AUDIO PRODUCTION
    Intensive audio production course designed to expand upon the concepts covered in MUMT 234, focusing on post-production techniques. Relevant topics include automation, quantization, drum replacement, advanced signal processing and mastering. Edit and mix live recordings, as well as produce studio creations with the intent of contributing to a class compilation CD at the end of the course. Prerequisite: MUMT 234. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • MUMT 400-001 MUSIC ACOUSTICS
    Provides a broad overview of various aspects of musical acoustics, a very unique area of study where both science and music unite. Explores the science of sound and how the ear responds to it. Explores the study of sound generated from various types of musical instruments, the human voice, real world acoustical experiences, electronic generated sound and their application to musical acoustics. Prerequisites: PHYS 121. Three hours per week.
  • MUMT 495-001 INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC TECH
    MUSC 495 is not a traditional course held in a classroom on campus. Eligible students find an occupational setting that relates to their career aspirations in the music technology field. Workplace duties will be negotiated with an employer who will serve as mentor and supervisor. Provides an outlet for students to gain practical hands-on experience in a professional setting by applying theoretical, technical and musical skills learned in previous coursework. Prerequisites: Senior standing and permission of the department.
  • MUSC 202-001 INTRO TO MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
    Broad overview of various hardware and software applications in music. Explores historical and current uses of music and technology through composition and presentation projects, online forums, web-page design, and other forms of production. Basic consideration of ethical, aesthetic, economic, and social issues involving music technology applications are also explored. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education Requirement IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).
  • MUSC 498-013 SENIOR PROJECT
    Required of music majors in senior year of the BA in music (traditional and music technology) tracks but it is open to all music majors. Designed to be a research paper, recital or composition. This project is of the student's choice in consultation with a faculty mentor. Students will meet weekly with their faculty mentor. Sign up in music office one term in advance. Prerequisite: Senior standing, completion of music core, permission of chair. Three hours per week with enhancement.

2014 Summer I

  • MUMT 495-001 INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC TECH
    MUSC 495 is not a traditional course held in a classroom on campus. Eligible students find an occupational setting that relates to their career aspirations in the music technology field. Workplace duties will be negotiated with an employer who will serve as mentor and supervisor. Provides an outlet for students to gain practical hands-on experience in a professional setting by applying theoretical, technical and musical skills learned in previous coursework. Prerequisites: Senior standing and permission of the department.

2014 Fall

  • MUMT 234-001 BEGINNING AUDIO PRODUCTION
    Covers the basic skills and techniques required for media recording. Emphasis is on studio procedures, microphone techniques and principles of digital recording. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • MUMT 354-001 ADV AUDIO PRODUCTION
    Intensive audio production course designed to expand upon the concepts covered in MUMT 234, focusing on post-production techniques. Relevant topics include automation, quantization, drum replacement, advanced signal processing and mastering. Edit and mix live recordings, as well as produce studio creations with the intent of contributing to a class compilation CD at the end of the course. Prerequisite: MUMT 234. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • MUMT 356-001 LIVE SOUND PRODUCTION
    Provides an overview of the audio technology required in a live performance setting. Gain hands-on experience in setting-up and operating live sound systems, as well as study-related topics, including gain structure, power handling, system design and live recording. Work with SU Event Technical Services to assist with the audio production at campus events. Prerequisite: C or better in MUMT 354. Two hours per week.
  • MUMT 495-001 INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC TECH
    MUSC 495 is not a traditional course held in a classroom on campus. Eligible students find an occupational setting that relates to their career aspirations in the music technology field. Workplace duties will be negotiated with an employer who will serve as mentor and supervisor. Provides an outlet for students to gain practical hands-on experience in a professional setting by applying theoretical, technical and musical skills learned in previous coursework. Prerequisites: Senior standing and permission of the department.
  • MUSC 202-003 INTRO TO MUSIC TECHNOLOGY
    Broad overview of various hardware and software applications in music. Explores historical and current uses of music and technology through composition and presentation projects, online forums, web-page design, and other forms of production. Basic consideration of ethical, aesthetic, economic, and social issues involving music technology applications are also explored. Three hours per week with enhancement. Meets General Education Requirement IIIA or IIIC (Prior to Fall 2008: IB).

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