One of the Top 25 Music Schools
The Hollywood Reporter - 2016
MUSIC & Recording
Music means something different to everyone — but to some, it means everything. Here, aspiring composers will evolve beyond writing; they’ll diversify their talents and learn how to become indispensable.
Engineers will not only train their ears; they’ll practice on (and learn the science behind) industry-standard recording equipment. Those interested in the production of live events will do more than study the elements of a great performance; they’ll build those skills in live venues, with real audiences and real performers.
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Students receive an introduction to music production fundamentals such as recording and sequencing. Credits can transfer to the Audio Production undergraduate degree.
This program is designed to encourage independence and entrepreneurial thinking as students learn audio essentials and business skills for the audio production industry.
Students learn about roles in the industry through music-specific subjects like artist management, music copyright and publishing, music business models, and concert management.
In this program, students develop an understanding of contemporary music hardware and software technology, as they build their music theory knowledge through original compositions.
Students get the opportunity to experience the different facets of the audio industry, as they develop the skills they need to get their hands on the controls in professional-level recording facilities.
Students in this program build experience at concerts and live shows, becoming familiar with concepts such as lighting and sound design.