Music Technology (MUTC)
An introduction to notational tools, sound reinforcement, recording, sequencing, video capture/editing and music-specific web design and social media.
A comprehensive overview of composing through a digital audio workstation. Topics include vocoding, sampling, synthesis, film scoring, automation, and bussing through a series of interactive projects.
Fundamentals of acoustics audio recording for all types of instruments and ensembles including microphone selection and placement, acoustical treatments, professional practices and applications in related fields.
Prerequisite: MUTC 320. Production techniques in a variety of styles with an exploration of the roles that production, artists, and finances play in the process from conception to finished recording.
A study on compositional techniques in electroacoustic music with an emphasis on interactivity. Lectures are designed to compliment student projects in a variety of topics including hid, electronic instrument design, live coding, and real-time processing.
Studies of a topic of music technology.