Sound Recording and Music Technology Capstone provides opportunity for students to develop, produce and edit a major sound recording based project in this studio/lab workshop. Emphasis is placed on developing advanced skills in pitching, planning, organizing and executing sound recording projects from inception to completion. In this workshop students work collaboratively, discuss, conceive, create and produce a work that displays the culmination of their knowledge, experience and production skills. Students work as producers, engineers and directors as the leader of their production. As part of this course, students organize and finish a complete portfolio of all their work that includes a résumé, reel, personal statement and cover letter. This course is subject to a course fee.
|The following courses must be taken prior to this course|
|SRT 159 - Recording Studio Production I|
|MUS 241 - The Business of Music|
|SRT 256 - Sound Recording Technology I|
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