Music Tech Syllabus

Music Tech Syllabus - Syllabus MUSIC TECHNOLOGIES MUS 3305...

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Syllabus Troy University • John M. Long School of Music • Music Industry/General Music Program MUSIC TECHNOLOGIES MUS 3305 2:00-2:50PM T-Th MUI Technology Lab Professor: Robert W. Smith Office: Smith 108 E-mail: rwsmith@troy.edu Course Description: This course of study will include a conceptual and skill-based overview of basic music technologies. Students will experience various applications through production projects including stereo recording, sequencing, audio editing, and music notation, among others. Regular class meetings will be supplemented and replaced with lab sessions scheduled throughout the semester. Prerequisites : MUS 2230 Survey of the Music Industry Supplies: Blank CD/DVD, USB Flash Drive (512 MB Min/1GB Recommended), External Hard Drive, Headphones (Please see the School of Music website for a recommended list of equipment) Objectives: 1. The student will display a strong knowledge of key concepts related to music technology. 2. The student will experience a variety of software packages in Music Technology, and the conceptual organization and ideas behind these software packages. 3. The student will complete technology-based projects including (but not limited to) stereo recording, sequencing, notation, and audio editing. 4. The student will critically evaluate music in various forms of media. 5.
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This note was uploaded on 04/22/2008 for the course MUI 3305 taught by Professor Smith during the Spring '08 term at Troy.

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Music Tech Syllabus - Syllabus MUSIC TECHNOLOGIES MUS 3305...

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