Mixing and Mastering for the Songwriter/Producer

Course Number
CMAT-603
Description

Students enrolled in this course will survey techniques used by professional mixing engineers in finalizing an artist’s vision. Students will learn industry-standard approaches to setting up mixes in a DAW, building templates, and utilizing a professional methodology while increasing their facility with current software such as Pro Tools, Ableton, and Logic. Students will differentiate between the mixing and mastering processes, exploring the considerations of the mastering engineer, and learn to use industry standard software, including but not limited to iZotope Ozone, delivery of assets across a variety of platforms, as well as assigning metadata.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
CMAT-500, CMAT-501, and CMAT-662
Required Of
CMSP graduate students
Electable By
CMSP graduate students
Semesters Offered
Spring
Location
New York City
Department
CMSP
Course Chair
Will Wells
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