MPR3223: Engineering Skills for the Music Producer

Credits 4
Course Length
4 weeks
Today’s music producer must be prepared to fill multiple roles—from composer and arranger to audio engineer. In the Engineering Skills for the Music Producer course, students will learn how maintaining the creative perspective of a composer or arranger will assist in informing and facilitating critical engineering decisions. Leveraging this cultivated mindset through work in technical applications will ensure that necessary outcomes can be met without compromising creative goals. Students will integrate their knowledge of music with sequencing, audio editing, and mixing techniques to create an appropriate mix. Students will then explore the relationship between mixing and mastering by applying standard mastering processing to their final mix to satisfy required technical specifications.

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