Digital Technology and Sound Engineering

ARTM 310 (3)

Allows students to gain an understanding of the basic physics of sound, how we hear it, and how sound can be controlled and manipulated using acoustic and electronic techniques. The differences and similarities of live vs studio sound production will be studied. Students will learn how to use the understanding of these theories and techniques to better prepare them for musical performances either in a live setting or in the studio. Classes will include opportunities for hands on work with audio equipment. Prerequisites: BA Music: Worship Arts Majors. Must have completed 9 hours of MUSC courses. (Non BA Music: Worship Arts students need permission from the instructor. This course is not open to first year students).
Course Code: ARTM 310 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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