Description: (Formerly numbered 107.) Studio, four hours; outside study, eight hours. Limited to Ethnomusicology, Music, and Music History majors. Equally for singers using microphones or beat makers using samplers, electronic equipment and procedures permeate music making, and ability to understand their logic is key for any musician today. Practical technical aspects and procedures of equipment and software (sequencers, recorders, mixers, microphones, and so on) most commonly used in contemporary music making. Main sound processing types (equalizers, compressors, reverberation). Fundamental aspects of most widespread music production software and hardware. Letter grading.
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