Recording and Mix Techniques for Musicians

Course Number
MP-205
Description

For non-MPED majors, this course is a hands-on study of modern recording, mixing, programming and post-production techniques, oriented toward musicians with the need to record themselves and others in a hybrid home studio recording environment. Through a series of hands-on projects, culminating in a final recording, programming and mixing project, students will learn the fundamentals of analog and digital audio technology, microphones, recording techniques, audio signal flow, DAW session management and file exchange, integration of MIDI with audio tracks, signal processing, editing and professional mixing techniques. 

Credits
2
Prerequisites
MP-114, and either MP-113, EP-225, MTEC-214, or SW-161
Electable By
All except MPED majors
Required Of
Recording and production for musicians minors
Semesters Offered
Fall, Spring, Summer
Location
Boston Campus
Department
MPE
Course Chair
Rob Jaczko

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