Production Concepts for the Contemporary Performer

Course Number
PS-522
Description

The course is a project-based, experiential learning exercise that will arm students with powerful tools and strategies in music production. Artist identity, vision and intention will provide direction for a recording project that will give students first-hand experience in the preproduction, recording and mixing process. Recording sessions will take place in a variety of venues, from professional recording studios with a large-format console, to project studios, to home recording set ups. Students explore the ways that the recording process can best serve their own professional and artistic goals, while collaborating with musicians and engineers.

Credits
2
Prerequisites
Written approval of program director
Required Of
CPPD graduate students
Electable By
CPPD graduate students
Semesters Offered
Fall Only
Location
Valencia
Department
CPRF
Course Chair
Magda Giannikou
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