The Sound Production & Engineering minor is designed to familiarize the student with current trends in software and hardware associated with the creation of electronic music, while surveying the developmental history of music technology. In addition, it offers practical industry-related skills necessary to create electronic music for a variety of genres such as music for film, commercial music, abstract electro-acoustic compositions and more. The minor culminates in the formation of a portfolio reflective of works completed through the course sequence.
All courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted.
- MUAP 2146 Sound Production & Engineering I
- MUAP 2147 Sound Production & Engineering II
- MUAP 2148 Advanced Sound Editing, Mixing & Mastering
- MUAP 2149 Sound, Technology & Culture
- MUAP 2150 Studio Styles and Music Marketing Techniques
- MUTH 1099 Intro to Songwriting and Music Fundamentals
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