MUMT 300 EAR TRNG FOR REC ENGNRS (Fall 2019)Critical listening skills are developed through class demonstration and ear-training exercises. Specific skills include hearing and discriminating frequencies, mixes, etc. while listening musically to various production styles. Explores the ear, mechanics of hearing, and how the brain interprets sound. Discusses critical definition of what constitutes good vs. bad sound and how to incorporate the definition into music production. Develops deep listening skills. Prerequisites: MUSC 311 and 312. Two hours per week.MUMT 354 ADV AUDIO PRODUCTION (Fall 2019)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 355 TOPICS IN AUDIO PRODUCTION (Fall 2019)Expands upon the concepts covered in MUMT 234 and MUMT 354, focusing on advanced topics in modern music production. May be taken twice for credit. Prerequisite: C or better in MUMT 354. Three hours per week.MUMT 495 INTERNSHIP IN MUSIC TECH (Fall 2019)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.MUMT 496 MUSIC TECHNOLOGY PROJECT (Fall 2019)Required of music technology majors in the senior year of the B.A. in music program, but is open to all music majors. Project is intended to be a recording project, electronic music composition, acoustical analysis or other technological exploration. Project is of the student’s choice in consultation with a faculty mentor. Students meet weekly with their faculty mentor. Sign up in Music Department office one term in advance. Prerequisites: Senior standing, completion of core and permission of instructor. One hour per week with enhancement.
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