Sequencing and Production Techniques

Course Number
CW-191
Description

The course covers the necessary tools, techniques, and applications of MIDI sequencing and digital audio for writing and production. Main topics include the MIDI standard and its applications, set up and use of digital audio workstations (DAWs), integration of MIDI and audio tracks/sources, use of software synthesizers, basic mixing techniques, audio theory, equipment, and techniques. Through practical examples, activities, and projects the student will learn how to effectively use a DAW to write and produce music. Emphasis is on technological needs of the contemporary writer.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
AR-111 and MTEC-111
Required Of
CWPR majors
Electable By
CWPR majors
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Valencia
Department
CWP
Course Chair
Amparo Edo Biol
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