Introduces students to audio elements, signal flow, and multiple DAW's within a multimedia audio production environment.
Introduces CE students to sound design within multimedia productions, and gives an overall understanding of a sound designer’s role in a collaborative design process.
Introduces students to audio elements, signal flow, music theory, and multiple DAW's within a music production environment.
Operates, maintains, updates and repairs hardware systems, and ensures that programs are broadcast on time to the highest possible level of quality.
Provides a wide range of hands-on technical assistance in the operation of multi-media and distance education equipment.
Engineers high quality radio imaging, production, effects, music beds, artist IDs, and listener voices.
Supervises, maintains, and repairs audio and video equipment, as well as assisting students with hardware inquiries.
The process of designing atmospheres, sonic textures and ominous ambience, as well as forming soundscapes suitable to the specific production, and giving the viewer the best experience of the show.
The process of writing, arranging, and producing instrumental music for the piece, as well as determining the types of instruments and voices needed to achieve the intended effects of the composition.
The process of audio recording, mixing, producing, and studio installations, as well as consulting with producers, writers, and collaborators to determine the overall sound requirements and approach.