Sound Recording and Music Technology A.A.S.

SRT Program Outcomes

On completion of th Sound Recording and Music Technology (SRT) AAS degree program, worth 62 credit-hours, you will:

  • Integrate knowledge and theory of recording industry, sound recording and music technology into productions.
  • Use professional sound recording techniques and tools to record, engineer and edit music productions as well as conceive, plan, write, record and edit pieces, projects and production packages.
  • Create a professional portfolio including résumé, reel, personal statement and other promotional materials in both print and online.
  • Apply knowledge of guitar or piano, tonal harmony, and aural theory to a performance and through productions.
  • Apply practical knowledge of terminology, process, procedures and use of current technology to entry-level employment in the recording industry and sound recording field.

Changes to the SRT program effective Fall 2016


Course Offerings

SRT 104 Introduction to Sound Recording Technology
SRT 130 SRT Software Workshop I
SRT 131 Live Sound Recording and Reinforcement Workshop 1
SRT 159 Introduction to Music Production
SRT 214 Evolution of Sound Recording Technology
SRT 230 SRT Software Workshop II
SRT 231 Live Sound Recording and Reinforcement Workshop II
SRT 250 Sound Recording Technology I
SRT 256 Sound Recording Technology II
SRT 259 Music Production
SRT 290 Sound Rec & Music Technology Capstone
SRT 297 Sound Recording & Music Technology Internship I

 


Curriculum

FIRST SEMESTER

COM 111 Mass Media and Society 3
MUS 110 Music Appreciation 3
SRT 104 Introduction to Sound Recording Technology 3
MUS 140 ++ Introduction to Digital Music Technology 3
ENG 101 English Comp 1 3
MUS 150 or
MUS 170 ++
(16 Credit Hours)
Guitar Class 1 or
Piano Class 1
1

SECOND SEMESTER

SRT 250 Sound Recording Technology 1 3
MUS 141 ++ Digital Music Technology 3
Elective* Discipline History* 3
MAT Math to Meet Core Goal 3 3
ETP 110 Entrepreneurial Essentials 3
Elective**
(16 credit hours)
Workshop Elective** 1

THIRD SEMESTER

SRT 256 Sound Recording Technology 2 3
SRT 159 Introduction to Music Production 3
MUS 241++ The Business of Music 3
AST or BIO or
CHE or PHY
Lab Science to Meet Core Goal 8 4
SPC or THA
(16 credit hours)
Speech or Theatre Course to Meet Core Goal 1B 3

FOURTH SEMESTER

SRT 259 Music Production 3
SRT 297 Sound Recording and Music Technology Internship 3
SRT 290 Sound Recording and Music Technology Capstone 1
MUS 240++ The Art and Business of Songwriting 3
ESW 255 or
ESW 207
Human Sexuality or
Food and Culture

3

Elective***
(14 credit hours)
Workshop Elective*** 1

TOTAL SEMESTER HOURS CREDIT: 62

  *

Choose One for Second Semester History Elective

COM 213 Rock and Roll, Radio, and the Recording Industry

SRT 214 The Evolution of Sound Recording Technology

MUS 111 Popular Music in America (1900-Present)

  ** Choose One for Second Semester Workshop Elective
SRT 130 SRT Software Workshop I

SRT 131 Live Sound Recording and Reinforcement Workshop I

*** Choose One for Third Semester Workshop Elective
SRT 230 SRT Software Workshop II

SRT 231 Live Sound Recording and Reinforcement Workshop II

++ All students must either pass a fundamental musicianship placement test OR take MUS 120 (Fundamentals) before taking any course marked with++.
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