Center for Curriculum and Transfer Articulation
Major: 5334
First Term: 2009 Fall   
Award: CCL  
Total Credits: 39
CIP Code: 10.0203

Occupational Area:
Instructional Council: Music (41)
GPA: 2.00
SOC Code:


Description: The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Audio Production Technologies certificate and degree program offers students an opportunity to receive training on industry-standard equipment by instructors with real-world experience and professional resumes. Students learn the concepts and theory associated with recording arts technologies while applying them in lab settings appropriate to their skill levels. The program is designed to give students a foundation of knowledge, competency, and experience important in the commercial music marketplace.



Required Courses
MTC101 Introduction to Music Theory 3
MTC103 Introduction to Aural Perception 2

MTC180 Computer Literacy for Musicians (3) OR
+ MUC295 Studio Music Recording III (3) 3

MTC191 Electronic Music I 3
+ MTC192 Electronic Music II 3
MUC109 Music Business: Merchandising and the Law 3
MUC110 Music Business: Recording and Mass Media 3
+ MUC111 Digital Audio Workstation I (DAW I) 3
+ MUC112 Digital Audio Workstation II (DAW II) 3

MUC195 Studio Music Recording I (3) OR
MUC195AA Studio Music Recording I (3) 3

+ MUC196 Studio Music Recording II 3
MUC197 Live Sound Reinforcement I 3
+ MUC198 Live Sound Reinforcement II 3
+ MUC297AA Music Internship 1
Credits: 39

Program Competencies
1. Apply music notation including pitch, meter, scales, key signatures, intervals, triads, time signatures, and rhythm. (MTC101)
2. Apply aural skills necessary to hear relationships of intervals, rhythms, melody, and harmony in music. (MTC103)
3. Apply basic computer literacy skills, including generic applications and music-specific programs with hands-on experience. (MTC180, MTC191, MTC192, MUC295)
4. Apply commercial music and sound design techniques, using digital audio workstations and desktop music production system. (MTC191, MTC192)
5. Follow the procedures to copyright a song, publish it, and select an appropriate performance rights agency. (MUC109, MUC110)
6. Locate and use different levels of music industry professionals including entertainment attorneys, managers, agents, and concert promoters. (MUC109, MUC110)
7. Market musical products in such areas as music arranging/composing, score preparation, recording technology, audio engineering, postproduction for film and television, and the advertising industry. (MUC109, MUC110)
8. Apply pro tools editing and recording using the digidesign pro tools LE package. (MUC111, MUC112)
9. Use recording studio components: speakers, signal processing equipment and electronic keyboards and MIDI equipment in a studio recording session. (MUC195, MUC195AA, MUC196)
10. Apply generic signals flow concepts for recording consoles in different recording studios. Use recording studio components: recording consoles, recorders, microphones, and signal processing equipment in a studio recording session with various musicians. (MUC195, MUC195AA, MUC196)
11. Set up sound reinforcement systems for mixing live performances with various styles of music. Apply concepts of signal flow for concert sound and placement of consoles, loudspeaker arrangements and microphones. (MUC197, MUC198)
12. Produce and engineer a recording project from pre-production through delivery of the final mix. (MUC195, MUC195AA)
13. Integrate human relations, communication, and technical skills as an intern in an appropriate business or industry. (MUC297AA)
Last Updated: 4-28-09

All information published is subject to change without notice. Every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information presented, but based on the dynamic nature of the curricular process, course and program information is subject to change in order to reflect the most current information available.





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