This course focuses on beginner-level studio maintenance by combining lectures with hands-on lab activities.
This in-depth, project-oriented class gives the student intensive exposure to the creative and technical issues involved in advanced music mastering, editing, and delivery.
This course is designed to focus on the musical, vocal, and technical production skills in hip-hop record production.
This course allows the student to understand the history and business of dance music from its early disco format in the '70s and '80s to its wide variety of current styles and trends.
This course provides an immersion in the techniques and methodologies used in implementing sound and music assets into a video game environment.
This course is a survey of the history and techniques used in producing surround audio.
Interdisciplinary Arts Institute Seminar advances students' own interdisciplinary art projects, from the planning stage to the final public presentation.
In this course, students will complete a project that exhibits the skills/artistry covered in MTEC-P475 Interdisciplinary Arts Institute Seminar, and that will serve as portfolio material as they e
This course covers the theories and processes of music therapy, the history of the profession, and a survey of basic principles, methods, techniques, and applications.
An in-depth survey of global music product development with emphasis on the product life cycle.
A course that presents the essential elements of technology used for making music, including a brief history of music technology, a discussion of the physical and mathematical natures of various sy
This course will introduce students to the concepts and requirements that must be considered and implemented during the critical planning stages of a business startup.
A comprehensive study of media options available for the promotion of artists, products, and services.Includes a brief discussion of marketing plans, followed by a detailed look at both old and new
An in-depth study of important management techniques and approaches.
This course builds on the fundamental computer concepts taught in MB-255 and includes database development and design using Microsoft Excel and 4D database software.
The role of the intermediary in advising, representing, and furthering the careers of artists, focusing on the establishment of mutually beneficial working relationships.
Business aspects of producing and promoting successful tours and shows.
As the follow-up to MB-387, this course focuses on the actual use of web sites in business.
Combines an examination of advanced legal topics relating to the music business with a workshop approach to the development of negotiating skills.