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Music Technology & Business

MUM - Music Technology & Business

MUM 2600
Sound Recording I

(Offered fall and spring). Prerequisite or Corequisite: MUM 2600L. This course offers basic information in the art of recording vocal and instrumental sound with emphasis on understanding the functions of recording equipment, placement of microphones, making initial recordings of various groups or soloists, and the ability to mix-down the initial recordings.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
MUM 2600L
Sound Recording Lab

(Offered fall and spring). Prerequisite or Corequisite: MUM 2600. This course is designed to provide students with "hands on" experience in conjunction with live performance activities. This course may be taken four (4) times for credit. Basic computer skills in Windows are essential. Note: This course is a corequisite for MUM2600, MUM2601, and MUM2604.

Credit hours: 2Lab hours: 2
MUM 2601
Sound Recording II

(Offered fall and spring). Prerequisite: MUM2600. Corequisite: MUM2600L. This course explores advanced multi-track recording skills, microphone techniques, use of outboard equipment and live multi-track recording.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
MUM 2602
Sound Recording III

(Offered as needed). This course in music technology presents advanced techniques used in working with DIGIDESIGN PRO TOOLS hardware and software in professional studio recording and editing. This course will prepare students for MUM2604.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
MUM 2604
Multitrack Mixdown (Postproduction)

(Offered as needed). This course explores the process of preparing and transferring recorded audio from a source containing the final mix to a data storage device, and the application of signal processing equipment and as it relates to multitrack master mixdowns. In addition, software and hardware application of mixdown is applied to post-production practices.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
MUM 2720
The Business of Music

(Offered as needed). This course examines the fundamentals, guidelines and use of copyright law, contracts, agencies and management, publishing, song writing, recording production and marketing in the field of music.

Credit hours: 3Lecture hours: 3
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