Brad Cox Classes

Welcome to Commercial Music: Audio Engineering, Audio for Video, MIDI, Live Sound, Synthesis and Electronics.

I know some of you want to be here while others of you HAVE to be here. I get it. No worries. I hope to make this as painless as possible while having fun and you might actually learn something while developing an appreciation for the skill set. If you are going to be in the music industry in any capacity, your ability to effectively communicate with the Audio Engineer is ONLY CRITICAL or your project will be expensive... your call.

MUSC 1327 - Audio Engineering I: Overview of the recording studio. Includes basic studio electronics and acoustic principles, waveform properties, microphone concepts and miking techniques, studio set up and signal flow, recording console theory, signal processing concepts, recorder principles and operation, and an overview of mixing and editing.

MUSC 2427 - Audio Engineering II: Implementation of the recording process, microphones, audio console, multitrack recorder, and signal processing devices.

MUSC 2447 - Audio Engineering III: Advanced practice of procedures and techniques in recording and manipulating audio. Includes digital audio editing, advanced recording techniques, and advanced engineering projects.

MUSC 2448 Audio Engineering IV: The role of the producer. Includes recording, mixing, arranging, analyzing projects, session planning, communication, budgeting, business aspects, technical considerations, and music markets. Covers advanced techniques in recording, mixing, and editing.

MUSC 2351 Audio for Video: Advanced audio techniques for video production. Includes synchronization, automated mixdown, audio post production for video, and editing techniques. Lab required. Prerequisite: ARTV 1343 or MUSC 1327. 3 credit hours. (W)

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