Mixing Techniques 2

Course Number
IR-242
Description

This course is a study of the techniques and aesthetic considerations for mixing multi-track recordings in a DAW (digital audio workstation) environment. Student mixes will be critically analyzed with emphasis on technical choices and their potential impact on the listener. Topics include: common DAW procedures; asset management; mix organization and workflow; audio signal flow; editing; creative signal processing; and delivery. Class assignments consist of weekly multi-track mixing exercises in various musical styles, including both acoustic and electronic sources.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
MP-114, MP-115, and MP-205
Required Of
IRPD majors
Electable By
IRPD majors
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston
Department
MPE
Course Chair
Rob Jaczko
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