This course explores the intersection of the technical and creative skills necessary to record and edit commercially-competitive productions in a personal studio recording environment. Through a number of self-produced recording projects, students will broaden and refine their command of: session etiquette, microphone selection, recording techniques, audio signal flow, DAW session management and file exchange, and signal processing. Audio editing techniques will include: comping, latency and phase repair, quantizing, amplitude editing, tuning, and sample augmentation.
IR-209 and IR-224
Fall, Spring, Summer