Electronic Sound

General

Prefix

MUSM

Course Number

433

Course Level

Undergraduate

Department/Unit(s)

College/School

College of Liberal Arts

Description

Development of audio recording and editing skills using portable digital recorders and in the studio. Sound-art projects reflecting different styles of fixed-media electroacoustic art based on recorded sound. History and literature of electroacoustic music.

Credits

Min

3

Max

3

Goals and Diversity

Learning Outcomes

Outcome

Understand and become familiar with the principles of acoustics and psychoacoustics.

Outcome

Understand and become familiar with history and literature of fixed-media electroacoustic music and develop analytical approaches to fixed-media electroacoustic music.

Outcome

Develop skills for editing and mixing sound using DAW software.

Outcome

Develop skills using microphones and a DAW to record sound and will develop skills using microphones and a portable digital recording device to record sound.

Outcome

Develop skills using plug-in signal processing software to transform sound.

Outcome

Develop skills using a desktop computer to produce Red-Book Audio spec CDs.

Outcome

Develop the concept application and project management skills by creating fixed-media electroacoustic works demonstrating a variety of techniques and styles of music in this genre since 1950.

Outcome

Develop the concept application and project management skills by creating and presenting a finished acoustical work to the public during the course of the semester.

Dependencies

Courses

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Programs

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