Principles of Collaboration for Songwriters

Course Number
CMAT-653
Description

Students enrolled in this experiential and project-based course will synthesize information by surveying current paradigms in modern songwriting and production. Building on the soft skills needed to thrive in a collaborative setting, students will delineate between and experience a variety of roles, including producer, beat-maker, lyricist, top-liner, and others. Artistic and technical facility will be bolstered across a variety of traditional and electronic instruments, as well as singing and manipulation of a variety of DAWs as an integral part of success in this fluid and competitive field.

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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