Unless otherwise indicated, a grade of C or higher is required for all prerequisite
In this course students gain hands-on experience recording a variety of musical instruments,
vocalists, and ensembles in a professional recording studio. With a focus on project
management and musical aesthetics across genres, it covers concepts including applied
acoustics, signal flow, microphone placement and techniques, signal processing, multi-track
recording procedures, mixing, client interaction, and session management. This course
builds on the fundamentals of audio recording and studio techniques introduced in
DGME 118 or MUS 290.