ART200M: Audio Recording Techniques for Music Production
The first half of Audio Recording Techniques for Music Production takes place in Studio A and teaches students how to conduct a full music recording session, from setup to tear down. A significant portion of the class is taught in the studios and explores topics such as: album concepts, studio etiquette, advanced microphone techniques, pre-production and production techniques, and mastering. Students will receive training on a large array of studio equipment, including the SSL E-Series console and various outboard gear in Studio A. The second half of this course features a combination of classroom lecture and hands-on studio practice. Audio Recording Techniques for Music Production extends students' knowledge of recording into the areas of drum tuning and editing, recording non-traditional instruments, and advanced mic'ing techniques. This class also covers recording with an SSL4000E console including routing for mic and line signals, effects sends, and cue mixes.