BCOM 266 Recording Arts II
This course provides a continuation of the study of recording arts. Students will acquire advanced skills in the art and business of audio production including broadcast production, music production, audio-for-media, and live sound reinforcement. Emphasis is placed on developing students to become studio engineers, post-production editors, live sound engineers, and music producers.
A thorough understanding will be gained in the areas of music law, intellectual property and business practices in today’s music industry. Students will use Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) workstations and digital audio software to produce music and audio with virtual instruments. Students will record, mix, edit, and produce a variety of broadcast, audio-for-media, and music sessions. At the conclusion of this course, students will produce an audio/video demonstration DVD with which to exhibit skills to prospective employers. The course concludes with an externship appropriate to student interest and ability.
NOTE: This course is taught at The New School as part of the A.A.S. in Broadcast Communications.
Pre-requisite(s): BCOM 265 Recording Arts I or permission of department chair; completion of all other previous program coursework with an average of “C” or better or approval of department chair.
Lab fee will be required
Terms Offered: Spring
Offered Distance Learning: No