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Recording Arts Courses 1
ADVANCED DIGITAL AUDIOThe Advanced Digital Audio Course provides students with an opportunity to expand their knowledge and skills in digital audio workstation theory and technique. Within this Course, students will apply their workstation skills to highly specialized concepts and procedures, such as advanced synchronization, surround production, and the data compression, and encoding used for the Internet, DVDs, and multi-channel feature films.
ADVANCED MIDIThe Advanced MIDI Course builds on the fundamentals learned in MIDI. Advanced MIDI production techniques such as control surface operation, mixing techniques and synchronization are covered. Students also survey the effect of MIDI on the modern recording studio environment. Students learn how to interface computers with musical instruments for recording and live performance applications.
ADVANCED POSTPRODUCTIONThe Advanced Post Production Course takes the student into advanced audio postproduction techniques in a project-based setting. Students work to complete the soundtrack and score for film projects in surround sound utilizing digital audio workstation and postproduction techniques from previous coursework. Students collaborate to meet project deadlines in delivering a completed film for theatrical presentation.
ADVANCED RECORDINGThe Advanced Recording Course introduces the theory and operation of large-format audio consoles and digital audio control surfaces. Students will master the audio signal flow of the consoles and control surfaces as well as the computer automation and recall systems they employ.
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCEThe Behavioral Science Course introduces students to the psychology of self-evaluation, self-motivation, self-awareness, and self-focus. This course provides an overview on current and historical theory as it pertains to the above-mentioned areas. Students are also introduced to the techniques of time management, organizational skills, active listening, and producing effective presentations.
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