This course in sound technology and its creative applications builds on the skills developed in MUSC2803/MDIA1005. You will have the opportunity to evaluate a range of conceptual, stylistic and aesthetic approaches to sound-making, and develop your technical skills when working in the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), and with sequencing programs. You will gain experience and develop skills in recording and post-production in professional industry-standard studios. Course assessment tasks are structured around specific projects that enable exploration, aesthetic cognition and the development of technical facility in the advanced application of various sound technologies.
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