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ATEC-611Advanced Recording Seminar (3)
Course Level: Graduate
Students explore advanced recording techniques employed in producing and recording a music project from inception to completion. Areas of exploration include, but are not limited to, preproduction arranging and planning of material, production and psychology in tracking, advanced and experimental microphone techniques, use of found acoustic space, re-amping of recoded material, use of samples, and software manipulation of audio. Students are given roles and exchange them, mirroring roles in a professional production studio, such as producer, first engineer, second engineer, and tape/ProTools operator. Usually offered every fall. Prerequisite: admission to graduate audio program.