MUS 170 - Music Technology II3
This course is designed for students who already possess a basic understanding of the important concepts of digital audio editing, MIDI, and synthesis. Music Technology II will allow students to explore audio recording/production techniques, classic electronic synthesis, digital processing, and electronic composition in depth. Students will create electronic music projects in the Music Technology Lab that are designed to utilize a variety of software and hardware to enhance the students’ technique as well as to increase understanding of the increasingly prominent role that technology plays in the music of our time. Students will be required to commit to at least one hour of lab time per week in addition to the scheduled class time.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of MUS 120; or permission of course instructor.
General Education Elective(s): Humanities
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