- Routing signals through a large studio console and patchbay, including equalization, inserts, busses, monitoring
- Use of the hardware effects rack, including compressors, limiters, reverbs, noise gates, and equalizers.
- Headphone mixes using Pro Tools buses, SSL sends, and studio hardware.
- Advanced drum recording techniques - including Recorderman, Glynn Johns, MS, ORTF etc.
- Microphone 'shootouts' - listening tests for common microphone applications, including vocals, drums, wind instruments, etc.
- Automated mixing in Pro Tools and using the SSL console.
- The use of digital filters for complex multi-stage filtering operations.
- Digital recording techniques are changing rapidly – this course will examine the latest developments in the field.
- Pro Tools Production Techniques, including: Virtual Instruments, Elastic Audio, Editing, Advanced Mixing and automation.
Lecture/demonstration. Students will work alongside the instructor; either in the large studios or Technology Lab. Students will be expected to complete regular assignments and projects outside of class time. These will be done in the large studios.
|Quizzes (minimum of 2)||30%|
Through lab and studio work, students will learn to understand and apply the following concepts:
- Patchbay/console routing
- Hardware effects
- Headphone mixes - hardware and software
- Advanced drum recording techniques
- Microphone selection for specific applications
- Automated mixing
- Digital filter concepts
- Recent advances in digital audio
- Pro Tools Production I
No texts or materials are required. All required hardware and software for the completion of assignments and projects is available in the studio
Course Guidelines for previous years are viewable by selecting the version desired. If you took this course and do not see a listing for the starting semester / year of the course, consider the previous version as the applicable version.
|Institution||Transfer Details||Effective Dates|
|There are no applicable transfer credits for this course.|