Unless otherwise indicated, a grade of C or higher is required for all prerequisite
Learn to create, produce
and record music in a variety of genres using current music technology.
Gain hands-on experience in electronic music studio techniques
including: digital recording, audio editing, signal processing, mixing,
sampling, MIDI, synthesizers and drum machines. Acquire a historic
perspective of the development of electronic music and an understanding
of acoustics as applied to music production. Develop your listening
skills and your appreciation for a wide variety of electronic music and
for the world of sound. Great introductory course for aspiring singer/
songwriters, musicians, composers, producers, sound designers and
sound artists. No previous musical experience necessary.