This unit follows on from Sound Recording Fundamentals with a variety of both theoretical and practical applications and aesthetics within the studio-based recording environment. Additional topics include frequency response/spectral range and shaping, dynamic range (to compress, or not to compress), DSP functionaility in pre- and post- production and analysis of audio mixdowns and concurrent mixing techniques.
2hr studio, workshop, class and student group focused projects
Class Attendance and Participation and presentation (20%), Recording Project 1 (35%), Recording Project 2 (45%),
Proficiency in an industry standard DAW and the ability to understand basic microphone and recording techniques.